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Slot lighting into unusual spacesIn an awkward space, think laterally about lighting. Here, a row of spots set into the sloped ceiling above the bed are teamed with illuminated inset shelves and directional lamps to provide a flexible mix of bright and soft lighting.
Simplicity in a more modern setting. The wall hangings are clustered into one linear spot, and the need for lamps and cords is eliminated with these great chandeliers above the bed--perfect for overhead reading light.
crazy--or trip) but what this room does excellently is keep a simplicity. Amidst the varied finishes of furniture and patterns of textile, the room is set up simply and each element sticks to a simple and straightforward shape.
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
Kuikawa 4 twin room
guests will have a little room to move around. The benches at the end of the bed remind me of hotel rooms, too - and doesn't everyone like a place to set their suitcase while they unpack?
an all-in-one concept, except for the bathroom that’s tucked away down the back. A built-in cabinet contains a fold-down bed, a closet, a home office set-up – and there’s even room for a bar. Delve into more of the details
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
By the bay
own piece of furniture. It will definitely be a one-of-a-kind.TIP: Complete a couple of drafts of what you’re going to write. Follow the lead of this set of drawers which features one ‘hero’ word surrounded by a smaller text. Once you start, you don’t want to stop because you made a mistake.
Lisa Hallett Taylor
added vintage-inspired tropical furnishings, accessories and wall decor. When Kelsey returned, she was thrilled with her surprise room makeover.Desk set: Ratana; paint: Dunn Edwards; Island Oasis quilt, prints, accessories and wall decor: Bamboo and Beyond
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
Built In Beds in Hallway
childhood, when the cabin was heaven for old linens, dishes and furniture that weren’t being used at home.To create this look, resist the urge to buy sets. See a pillow you like? Just grab it and continue your hunt. Visit antiques stores and look for old wool blankets and quilts. One trip to the dry