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Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Glamorous Boudoir
Ideabooks10,064
Questions13
comfortably locate a television anywhere else besides over the mantel. Here, the designers at Lucy Interior Design used the black-on-black look to minimize its impact in the room.
comfortably locate a television anywhere else besides over the mantel. Here, the designers at Lucy Interior Design used the black-on-black look to minimize its impact in the room.
“The valence” — yestrepsky1
Erika Bierman Photography
7 Reviews
Erica Islas for Good Shepherd Charity Project
Ideabooks9,305
Questions8
Problem: It has stubborn wrinkles.Solution: If you are purchasing large quantities, store the burlap rolled on the bolt to minimize this problem. In small quantities, it is easiest to keep it folded for storage, but this folding will lead to creases. Iron burlap on medium heat
Problem: It has stubborn wrinkles.Solution: If you are purchasing large quantities, store the hessian rolled on the bolt to minimise this problem. In small quantities, it is easiest to keep it folded for storage, but this folding will lead to creases. Iron hessian on medium heat
“Small bedroom” — agnihill
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Cook
Ideabooks4,960
Questions2
ocean views and create sheltered outdoor spaces . Windows were positioned to let in maximum natural light, capture ridge and ocean views , while minimizing the sight of nearby structures and roadways from the principle spaces. The interior finishes are simple and warm, echoing the surrounding natural
“!” — damiaina
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Northbrook House
Ideabooks7,324
Questions10
total darkness, depending on your needs.The blackout curtain here extends from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, assuring complete darkness while minimizing the presence of the sliding glass doors.
“curtains at one end” — dustychick
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks6,366
Questions2
Turning the idea of window treatments on its head, these walls of sheers seem to hang directly from the ceiling. In a contemporary space, minimizing the complexity of hanging systems and focusing primarily on the structure of the treatments cleans up the lines. Pure vertical movement and softness
“LOOK AT DROP CEILING WITH COVE LIGTING AND CURTAIN COVE” — Irma Crespo Diaz
Scott Edwards Architecture
West Hills Remodel
Ideabooks124
Questions0
This remodel and addition to a 1950s ranch in the Portland Hills added 2,000 sf in addition to the 1,500sf existing footprint. The design, centered around the Living, Dining, and Kitchen hub, is nestled into the hillside and takes advantage of the commanding views to the south. With a modest budget,
“Interesting” — jimbo1047
Thomas Lawton Architect
Treehouse
Ideabooks2,538
Questions4
FrontierGroup, This low impact design includes a very small footprint (500 s.f.) that required minimal grading, preserving most of the vegetation and hardwood tress on the site. The home lives up to its name, blending softly into the hillside by use of curves, native stone, cedar shingles, and native
“Sliding bathroom door” — onicaross
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
Ideabooks6,298
Questions4
standards requiring a much higher elevation. The goal was to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for the new house include Alaskan cedar shingle panels interspersed with glass sections. The home has three
“Bed” — aubsniffles
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