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Heather Merenda
Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
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Full-Tilt Reinvention for a 1950s Ranch
Patti and Rick, Beautiful redesign of a '50's ranch kitchen! Do you recall the floor space available on the long sides of the island. I know they recommend 4', but I wonder if 3'8" or less is wide
worked on. "We removed all the walls between the kitchen, dining and living areas to create a totally open space," says Houston. "I love to cook, and that’s where we all hang out." The couple sought help from Curt Olbrecht, a cabinet builder, who installed their new teak cabinetry. Bar stools: Glenn, Ikea
“love windows” — anrdonnelly
GO LOGIC
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
Ideabooks13,434
Questions5
kitchen pantry, powder room, mud room and laundry closet. LEED Platinum certification; 1st Passive House–certified home in Maine, 12th certified in U.S.; USGBC Residential Project of the Year Award 2011; EcoHome Magazine Design Merit Award, 2011; TreeHugger, Best Passive House of the Year Award 2012
abhorrent, there’s only one thing for you to do: completely hide them away. Take your cue from this tucked-away laundry, which has a cute little rope clothes line and a neat sliding door so the whole thing disappears in an instant. This line is also handy for those must-dry items if it’s raining outside
“Track door laundry” — lucaskch
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Family Loft
Ideabooks581
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Small clean workspace include adequate storage to hide clutter and accessories. Photos by Eric Roth. Construction by Ralph S. Osmond Company. Green architecture by ZeroEnergy Design.
“The entry is a multifunctional space that serves three main purposes,” Horowitz says. It’s an urban mudroom, complete with coat closets, cabinets and a sofa. It’s also an office, with a built-in walnut desk and flip-up cabinet doors that conceal things like printers and paper. And because the sofa folds
“The placement of the equipment and books” — Eve Dela Vidad
Design Transformations
6 Reviews
Urban Organic
Ideabooks4,338
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Here is a link tot he Birds and Butterflies wallpaper available online. http://shopmaddieg.com/catalog/product/view/id/100344/s/birds-and-butterflies/
1. Window styleThere’s no reason not to be stylish and oh so practical while attending to the daily chores. The days of washhouse dreariness should have disappeared with the invention of whiz-bang automatic laundering devices, but it’s taken us far too many decades to catch on. These drying racks placed
“Utility l Ideas” — Lynsey Stephens
Foley Fiore Architecture
8 Reviews
Central Park West Penthouse, Manhattan
Ideabooks4,532
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David Foley of Foley Fiore Architecture says this client, with whom he’s collaborated on numerous projects, always wants a bench somewhere. “This one was really fun,” he says. “It’s wide enough to put your feet up and really lounge.” Teaming up with metalworker Jake Ducharme of Metalmorfis, he hung
some of the other metal design elements they discovered behind the walls, which they kept exposed.Foley adds that the hanging bench is stationary, as it’s anchored to the wall directly behind it.
“hanging bench” — slbarnum
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
Ideabooks13,827
Questions9
It looks custom built. What is the railing and newell made out of? Simple 2x4's? I'm trying to find someone local to build something similar and using this as a reference. Great piece!
CG&S Design-Build
“beam for support” — wenderscrabb
Grace Blu Designs, Inc.
18 Reviews
Pink, Orange & Chocolate Pre-teen Bedroom
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hey I was wondering what the wall colour was? P.S love it! :D
patterns that carried through to the '70s — a look that couldn't stand out more in a house full of pastels and florals. The pinks, oranges and big geometric cutouts in this room still feel girly enough for Sally but have more edge.
When I was a kid in the '70s, my room had orange and pink polka dots
“everything” — dadesign7
BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
Planters
Ideabooks41,692
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number of identical planters in a row will give your garden a more formal, designer feel. It’s a look that’s easy to achieve – go for simple, dark planters and fill with striking foliage that will grab people’s attention.
“Modern look (very clean and simple)” — Tanner Watkins
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