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Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
my office
What about thin brick on the back wall? Could be cool.
the most important factor to consider," says Triggs.A general contractor from Oasis Design and Remodeling says, "Good design is not just about throw pillows, it is about balance, scale, lighting, color, among other things. Some aspects of that are taught, some are innate." Houzz user cjbirk adds, "a license
“decorator” — lindawinslow
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
Whether you're remodeling, moving into a new home, or just looking to update your space, Interior Style can assist you with every facet of the project - from the master plan down to the last doorknob.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Tahoe Modern
Master bath - love!!! Tile; cabinets, ceiling, everything about this.
The bedroom opens to the master bath. “We had thought about dividing these rooms with a barn door,” says Triggs. “But it just didn’t work.”
The bedroom opens to the en-suite bathroom. ‘We had thought about dividing these rooms with a barn door,’ says Triggs. ‘But it just didn’t work.’
“Floor cabinets” — khart3369
Birdhouse Interior Design
remodeled kitchen
I like the look of these kitchen tiles - but not that it's ceramic. Do cork tiles come in a black/white combination? What about rubber tiles?
Ceramic TileThe quintessential kitchen flooring surface, ceramic tile is a fail-safe bet for just about any style and budget. Your options for color, size, shape and pattern are virtually limitless, so you can create the look that suits you best, whether
slippery; a honed or textured surface can provide slightly more traction. Grout needs periodic sealing and special cleaning to keep stains at bay.Cost: About $3 to $8 per square foot, uninstalled. How to Shop for Ceramic Tile
“can do floor but maybe rug less dizzyness” — dbittle
David Howell Design
1 Review
Upper East Side Apartment
best example to those who used to tell us about the space ..........this is how we can use it without creating any -ive space......
of precious real estate. I’ve found clients actually looking at my book collection and ask what I’m reading and by extension thinking about. This can say a lot about you.In terms of space for physical reference materials, I personally dedicate very little space to this. Code books, graphic standards
“bookshelf alta pared abajo” — paoreguero
The Works
9 Reviews
Sellwood Library House
I am starting to think about built in closets and shelves
13. Thinking about remodeling next year? Use downtime this month to begin creating ideabooks and scouting for pros, and have an initial discussion about the job.Tell us: What is on your home maintenance list this December?
“Office” — maureenwil
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
Fort Solonga Family Room
Our fireplace is about where the right window is located. Diagonal sofa placement.
A few things to think about when rearranging furniture:Go for it. Move it around. If it doesn't work as you thought, move it again. Make sure everything is not just pushed against the wall. This is the most common "mistake" in decorating.Think about creating intimate spaces within a room
“Layout” — ranisanthanam
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
studios, built in lieu of an attached addition onto the main house, tread lightly on the land, with a rooftop providing the space to garden. Learn more about rooftop gardens and green roofs
The lower cabin is a yoga studio; relaxation and inspiration begin atop its living roof.See more about these two woodland cabins
“Green roof” — milionaire
robert kelly
9 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
range hood looks like part of architecture rather than a big metal industrial kitchen, not sure about pilasters but like from the mantlepiece style trim up. FYI-when range was added to original house it was placed in the original in kitchen cooking fireplace
The oversize brackets on either side of the stove are one of Kelly's favorite parts about this kitchen. Since he wanted the hood to stay in line with the rest of the style, Kelly built it himself. Using a drywall box around a hood insert, he accented it with molding and trim to create a simple but elegant
1. Pocket-Size Vintage-Style KitchenHomeowner: Robert Kelly of Piedmont, CaliforniaRobert Kelly's vintage-style kitchen is only about 145 square feet, but he doesn't need much more space — even with kids and pets around. Kelly's home was built in the 1920s, and preserving the original
“cool oven” — alinam1
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