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Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)
Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly Bedroom 11
Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly Bedroom 11
Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD
Where do you get closet rod that pulls down like this? Excellent idea!
The Cabinetry I used for this design is Bentwood -- Available at our showrooms in the NY area
Call us at the showroom. 516-746-3435...Here are the details about this apartment: http://www.kitchendesigns.com/blog/index.php/2010/07/02/nyc-apartment-makeover-kitchen-bath-o
This is a neat closet idea if you can't do walk in
For masculine spaces, consider natural woven shades or bold stripes. Something I always tell my clients is that texture and graphics are the ideal design elements for a modern manspace.
#2021-60 Provence Creme. Please call DID at 314-205-2010 for any design help!
The duvet cover was owned by the client. One of our talented designers would be happy to help select a similar duvet for your home. For more information, give us a call 314.205.2010. Thank you!
allpopart.com looks very promising, it looks like you can create something very similar to the piece in this photo. Please call DID at 314-205-2010 for any design help!
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
East Village Studio
I love the idea of the stairs w/o handrail, but how do you get away with it. Perhaps even on the wall side as not to close it off?
I love the design. Very livable, the staircase drawers, clean lines, natural wood cupboards, walls and storage for continuity. Well done.
this is on extreme homes called fish bowl, beehive, piano it was just released:)
I would agree with Jordan. In our shop we have really begun to sense homeowners wanting to have "real" wood in the floors and homes. The influx of mass produced product from overseas often seems too shiny.
INTERIOR DESIGNER CHAD LOVE LIEBERMAN, CHAD LOVE, MIT, 2010
Mezzanine Ideas - Create a bonus bedroom. Built up and away from floor level, mezzanines can conjure room space out of thin air! This compact bedroom in a New York studio is brilliantly designed to make use of every square inch. The steps, for example,
Making use of fabric samples
This is a clever idea; make a pill home and then make a framed piece of the same fabric.
looking for headboard ideas... this looks fun
Headboard idea could also be a great piece of art for living room
Maybe design a headboard that uses some of the fabric from the quilt
covering it with a variety of fabric samples. In this example, the designer attached the samples with decorative tacks.
Blogger and mom Cherie Marcel found herself with a surplus of discontinued high-end fabric after working in a design shop. Rather than scrap the pieces, she turned them into a patchwork
Use remnants for a unique patchwork design. Creative decorator Cherie Marcel didn't let her fabric samples go to waste; instead, she used them to fashion a fabulous headboard.
Fredman Design Group
Harwood was used instead of carpet throughout most of the home to reduce exposure to dust and allergens, as well as eliminate the need to use harsh cleaning chemicals. Area rugs hand-woven from organic wool and silk and colored with vegetable dyes and other natural materials were laid over the floors
Our design team sourced this fixture specifically for this 2010 Healthy Home design and could certainly do the same for you and your project! Feel free to reach out directly to 312.587.8150 to discuss the possibilities!
Hello lindamcdonald - to my knowledge, yes. This was the healthy home design
Healthy Home 2010. Good luck with your project!
Hello noodlenumberone! This bedframe was a custom-built from green, untreated/low-VOC materials for this Healthy Home 2010 project, but our design team could
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
CHAD LIEBERMAN LAWSUIT, INTERIOR DESIGNER CHAD LOVE LIEBERMAN, CHAD LOVE, MIT, 2010
Mezzanine Ideas - Fit in a whole floor. The steeply pitched roof of this home has been filled with a mezzanine running down its central, highest part. A bedroom, built-in wardrobes and a bathroom at the far end have been designed and decorated in pure white to tie in with
Open design to 1st floor and ceilings
Longpré designed the top floor to maximize the space and maintain an airy, loftlike feel. The combination headboard and shelving is actually the back end of a walk-in closet.
Fit in a whole floorThe steeply pitched roof of this home has been filled with a mezzanine running down its central, highest
bedroom, built-in wardrobes and a bathroom at the far end have been designed and decorated in pure white to tie in with the white ceiling and help the space feel light.
Where did you get them custom made? Did you buy the beads or did the company that customizes them pick them out? I love them and have a great idea to use them as a divider.
What an amazing room. I am a design professional and was wondering if you would consider sharing the source for your custom beads? Thank you.
I love this idea and again it might be great for the basement or even my next bedroom.
I think I like this idea.
Love bed and some of the design. Do not like the poll design around the bed
Love this idea, just not the style
clever design trick to bring scale and framing to an area
cool idea of haning beads / chain to frame
What kind of nests will you create in your home today? Will you add a fabric canopy to your living room? Will you add series of over-sized spindles to mimic a four-poster bed? Maybe your change will be
Scheer & Co.
Harlem Apartment - Bedroom
You can get instructions for the project here: http://www.thestudiolo.com/2010/07/diy-tufted-burlap-headboard.html
The headboard is a diy project. You can get instructions for the project here: http://www.thestudiolo.com/2010/07/diy-tufted-burlap-headboard.html
I am really only adding this picture because I noticed the print inside the lamp shade and I love this idea!
Killy and Oliver have gleaned plenty of practical tips for decorating a small home. Most importantly, edit edit edit! "Small spaces are wonderfully warm and cozy, but they get easily cluttered," says Killy. "We are rigorous editors of stuff now, but are surrounded only by the most important things in