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Peninsula Custom Homes
1 Review
Vintage Retreat
Ideabooks1,150
Questions4
your list for Santa. Create a wish list — your Santa Claus list. Write down everything you would like to do if money were no object. Then figure out which things you can do, which things you can’t do, which things have to be done now and which things can wait. “If you don’t have that master list, it’s
your list for Santa. Create a wish list — your Santa Claus list. Write down everything you would like to do if money were no object. Then figure out which things you can do, which things you can’t do, which things have to be done now and which things can wait. “If you don’t have that master list, it’s
“Red walls and pine furniture” — soberg
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks4,287
Questions6
6. Make lots of lists. Being sick takes us out of our usual daily routines, and if you’re not too groggy, this can be a good time to step back and think about what your goals and dreams are. If you find it difficult to write in a journal, I suggest making lists. Lists are easy. They roll right
right onto the paper with practically no effort. To get started, try listing things you want to accomplish in the next 12 months, things you would do if you didn’t have to worry about time or money, or things you want to change, upgrade or fix around the house.
“Doors” — tsettel
Kerrisdale Design Inc
Dunbar Home
Ideabooks7,768
Questions13
inspiration images, make a list of all of the elements you like about the photos. Try to move beyond "mood" words ("serene," "fresh" etc.) and nail down specific furniture styles, colors and accessories that you want in your space. Using the room shown here as an example, you might list: Upholstered headbo
and black accentsRound mirrorBench at foot of bedList each detail separately: "nailhead trim" and "upholstered headboard" each get a separate line. The reason: If you get too specific, you can get stuck trying to track down one item from your wish list (an upholstered headboard with nailhead trim); this
“arrangement of the furniture” — mkm949704
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
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Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Algoma Retreat
Ideabooks7,271
Questions3
Extra Room. Make it a sleeping room. As I get older I have really come to enjoy a nap on the weekends, so a sleeping room would be high on my list. No phones, no TV, no reason for anyone else to disturb your sleep
Sleeping room. As I get older I have really come to enjoy a nap on the weekends, so a sleeping room would be high on my list. No phones, no TV, no reason for anyone else to disturb your sleep.
weekends, so a sleeping room would be high on my list. No phones, no TV, no reason for anyone else to disturb your sleep.
2. Sleeping roomAs I get older I have really come to enjoy a nap on the weekends, so a sleeping room would be high on my list. No phones, no TV, no reason for anyone else to disturb
“The white walls let nature add the color” — jadewherry05
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks5,242
Questions9
have your wish list complete, pick your top five items, in order of importance, and have your partner do the same. It's important to know which items are the most meaningful to each of you and where there is some wiggle room.To take it a step further, work together to make a joint list of priorities.
This list should point to five things you want to create in a home together, from the specific (uncluttered, sunny) to the less tangible but equally important (warm, laid-back).
“blinds and wall lights” — Sean Oldfield
A Good Chick To Know
1 Review
Haute Culture
Ideabooks2,697
Questions4
find unique wall hangings just about anywhere: metal sheets used to cover radiators, garden fencing, punched tin doors, woven screens, baskets … the list is endless. Check your own garage, attic and storage shed, and keep an eye out for curbside freebies — you never know what you may find!
find unique wall hangings just about anywhere: metal sheets used to cover radiators, garden fencing, punched tin doors, woven screens, baskets … the list is endless. Check your own garage, attic and storage shed, and keep an eye out for curbside freebies — you never know what you may find!Show us: We’d
find unique wall hangings just about anywhere – metal sheets used to cover radiators, garden fencing, punched tin doors, woven screens, baskets … the list is endless. Check your own garage, roof space and garden shed, and keep an eye out for kerbside freebies during council clean-ups – you never know what
“Wall decor” — spontillas
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Ideabooks13,273
Questions19
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as a nightstand); and some pieces you may want to alter (repaint an armoire and line the glass doors with burlap). Once you have your list of keepers, make a fresh list of what you still need, including supplies for refurbishing your old stuff. And don't forget, you can always shop other rooms in your
“paint color” — Sherry Clark
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Pacific Heights Residence - Bedroom Suite
Ideabooks11,933
Questions22
Arteriors has one that's identical for around $2000 (ouch). You can also try Ebay and Graig's list... the style is based on a vintage design and you may get lucky and find one for a great price that way!
While I love our current master bedroom, if I were to put one on my wish list this would be it. Expansive, with stunningly detailed windows, a beautiful fireplace anchoring a large seating area and a striking bronze light fixture—this
These spaces can be very quiet places where you can get away and spend time writing, reading or just contemplating. If a sitting area is on your wish list, allow at least an extra 150 square feet of space to accommodate furnishings.
“idea for sitting area in master bedroom” — james9900
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