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Kerrisdale Design Inc
Dunbar Home
Ideabooks8,689
Questions14
you might list: Upholstered headboardNailhead trimChests as nightstandsMarbleCreamy tones and black accentsRound mirrorBench at foot of bedList each detail
to create in your bedroom. Once you have your inspiration images, make a list of all of the elements you like about the photos. Try to move beyond "mood"
specific, you can get stuck trying to track down one item from your wish list (an upholstered headboard with nailhead trim); this way you can create your
to create in your bedroom. Once you have your inspiration images, make a list of all of the elements you like about the photos. Try to move beyond ‘mood’
“Bedhead and Bench” — caj3
Peninsula Custom Homes
5 Reviews
Vintage Retreat
Ideabooks1,384
Questions4
Write your list for Santa. Create a wish list — your Santa Claus list. Write down everything you would like to do if
to be done now and which things can wait. “If you don’t have that master list, it’s hard to prioritize,” says interior designer Amy Luff of Viva Luxe Studios
Write 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
to be done now and which things can wait. “If you don’t have that master list, it’s hard to prioritize,” says interior designer Amy Luff of Viva Luxe Studios
“curtain ideas” — Debbie Gallagher
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks4,691
Questions6
journal, I suggest making lists. Lists are easy. They roll right onto the paper with practically no effort. To get started, try listing things you want to accomplish
6. Make lots of lists. Being sick takes us out of our usual daily routines, and if you’re not too
“Windows” — paris1959
Washington DC Interior Designer
Harrison Interiors has been called a “hidden gem,” with a walk-in studio and a 50-mile service area that spans from Leesburg to Annapolis, Gaithersburg to Woodbridge.
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Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks5,575
Questions10
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
Step 3: Set Your PrioritiesOnce you have your wish list complete, pick your top five items, in order of importance, and have your
“Wall lights” — coletrain777
A Good Chick To Know
1 Review
Haute Culture
Ideabooks3,110
Questions4
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
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
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
“Nice simple detail” — Billy Evangelista
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Pacific Heights Residence - Bedroom Suite
Ideabooks12,592
Questions22
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
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
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
“Pretty mix of traditional and modern furnishings.” — jennshoe
BRIAN PAQUETTE INTERIORS
TREE HOUSE
Ideabooks1,645
Questions0
Decide what sort of books to read. Before coming up with a specific book list, think about what kind of books your group is interested in reading in general
and memoirs? Chick lit? Or you could decide to work your way through a book list (there are tons out there) like the New York Times’ notable books or the
“Books” — kandacepound
Kara Cox Interiors
Family Home
Ideabooks11,661
Questions15
say … optimistic. While there are exceptions, any project involving a long list of tools and supplies, and/or any project you have never done anything like
“les rideaux” — joyanne50
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