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John Maniscalco Architecture
Cole Valley Hillside
threshold is unavoidable, whether it's because of existing conditions, the style and engineering of the door or another reason. Keeping that threshold low and unobtrusive is key in these instances. You'll want something minimal to step over, and something that tends to visually recede into the background
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
A picture ledge mounted relatively low can ground a space and help tie together simple furnishings.
Van Wicklen Design
look at the big map!'," Van Wicklen says. The rolling bed tray is from IKEA as well. The bed linens are from Pottery Barn and she found the blinds at Lowe's.
Alexander James Interiors
The gunmetal grey velvet is also used on the bed base to complete the enveloping feel. With a bed like this, the rest of the furniture needs to stay low-key for a restful feel.
Joel Antunes photography
Kennington Water Tower
Balance high ceilingsWhen the ceiling is high, try hanging pendant lights low. These decorative Plumen bulbs with red flex make a feature of the need to suspend them so far down. A pair of red table lamps echo the flex and soften
Amy Lau Design
West Chelsea Loft
Asian. Enter low bed frames, oriental-printed fabrics and sliding screens. Those wanting to be subtle take their lead from Japanese styling, while bolder personalities
Van Wicklen Design
BARN DOOR BEDROOM
The designer of this room and the knotty pine barn door says the low cost of the material is certainly appealing. “But we also like the casual nature it lends any interior,” says Jeanette Forney Van Wicklen of Van Wicklen
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
7. Choose or revamp a dresser. Look for a dresser that complements your bed but is not identical in style. If you have the space, get a long, low dresser; it will provide lots of display space, and it won't tower over the bed. If you move frequently, consider a tallboy style, since it will fit