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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Sproule-Rowen
Ideabooks16,971
Questions12
post on here that states that the color is NORMANDY. This cannot be true, I got a swatch from BM and Normandy is grayish and not blueish. I'd kill for
heavy color and large expanses of it on a wall make a blue room. But by choosing a near-neutral blue, this bedroom's color scheme isn't dictated by the
take center stage. But also consider... Neutral is a pretty broad term. Choose a shade with undertones that add interest (the stony gray-blue shown here
space to take centre stage. ALSO CONSIDER: Neutral is a pretty broad term. Choose a shade with undertones that add interest (the stony grey-blue shown here
It is a Benjamin Moore color: Normandy...Paint color Normandy by Benjamin Moor
“Nicks office” — claveck
Lark Architecture
Logan Square Condo
Ideabooks1,221
Questions0
desk. Why: If you don’t have room for a Murphy bed in the home office but want to include a place for guests, a loft bed is a great option. Choose a twin
desk.Why: If you don’t have room for a Murphy bed in the home office but want to include a place for guests, a loft bed is a great option. Choose a twin
over desk.Why: If you don’t have room for a wall bed in the home office but want to include a place for guests, a loft bed is a great option. Choose a twin
“Desk on bottom, bed on top” — lauralayton
Sabal Homes
1 Review
Maybeck in Mahogany
Ideabooks4,830
Questions8
Choose bedside tables with storage. Tulip tables may look elegant, but if storage
Storage is always an issue, be practical and choose drawers in your side tables.
space to stow your bedside reading, of course — but if you have extra room, why not also tuck in extra sheets or a spare blanket?
space to stow your bedside reading, of course — but if you have extra room, why not also tuck in extra sheets or a spare blanket?7. Contain spare pillows
space to stow your bedside reading, of course – but if you have extra room, why not also tuck in extra sheets or a spare blanket?7. Contain spare pillows
6. Choose bedside tables with storage. Tulip tables may look elegant, but if storage is an issue, you need something with drawers, shelves or a cabinet
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Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks4,676
Questions6
dramatic bedside lamps to create impact and add a sense of luxury in your room. Choose simple, classic designs and make sure they are always turned on when buyers
on one side of the room. Hotels do a great job of this. There’s a reason why 90 per cent of hotels have the same floor plan: because it’s simple and it
…but why waste your time on dreams when you know your team has what it takes to deliver
Lavish linensComfort is a key element to consider when designing any bedroom. Choose high quality luxurious cotton sheets – there’s nothing better than slipping
10. Choose natural-looking scatter cushionsBeautifully positioned scatter cushions
“Colors” — la_rohr
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks11,169
Questions14
office furniture. Let's face it, many of us choose to work from home because we can't stand cubicle farms. So, why would you want your own home office to look
office furnitureLet’s face it, many of us choose to work from home because we can’t stand cubicle farms. So, why would you want your own home office to look
said: “Black velvet, if you please”Who said it: Alannah Myles in Black VelvetWhy we agree: Used sparingly, and appropriately, velvet can add a strong sense
“Interesting” — kendra_aka
Capital Building
9 Reviews
SOUTH COOGEE - House
Ideabooks180K
Questions71
Why is the ceiling dropped above the bed?
I see some vents there but I don't see why it had to be dropped?
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1. Choose calm, restful coloursCreate a sophisticated palette for the master bedroom
Choose calm, restful coloursCreate a sophisticated palette for the master bedroom
“Jack's wallpaper” — susie1der
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
45 Reviews
Danish Luxe Revival
Ideabooks7,820
Questions7
sets and one comforter later, I persuaded him he needed a duvet cover.Him: "Why do I need a duvet cover? I have a comforter."Me: “Yes, the duvet covers the
from getting dirty, and you can switch up the look when you want to.”Him: “Why would I need to switch up the look? What determines when it’s time to do that
explain the virtues of freshening up a look and him trying to understand why anyone would need more than one look anyway. To be fair to my ex, he was all
about function and practicality. Many men are. If he already had sheets, why did it matter if they matched? Who was going to see them? Did having a more
“Color of brown” — exec07
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks33,488
Questions24
turquoise blue. More: Great Ways With Orange and BlueHow to Choose the Right CoralHow to Choose the Right Blue
Which is why orange and turquoise go so well together. The hot color of coral is mitigated
meaning to touch up? Give them the ultimate makeover with high-gloss paint. Choose an unexpected shade, and you’ll have instant conversation pieces.
A simple rectangular shape is one of the easiest silhouettes you can choose. This is a great option for a bright color, a room that already has a lot
“Upholstred headboard” — godislove88
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