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Contemporary Home Office
I can see a ski area in the backround. Where is this house.
New Energy Works Timberframers
The Vermont Street Project
South Park Design Build
New Construction - Lawrence Park, Toronto
Love the skiing door, shelves etc.
Lee H. Skolnick Architecture & Design Partnership
North Haven Residence
Maggie Stephens Interiors
Queen Anne Two Bedroom
What do decorators do? Decorators work with furniture, "soft" furnishings like fabrics and rugs, accessories and colors to pull together a room or an entire house. All decorating jobs begin with a conversation between you and your decorator.This is when you can discuss style and color preferences, budget
you were under the impression that hiring a decorator would be the last decorating decision you need to make, think again. While a decorator is there to facilitate the process, it is still your home, and your input is invaluable.San Francisco Bay Area decorator Maggie Morgan of Maggie Rose Interiors says
budget and the scope of your project. You might hire a decorator for a one-day consultation to get ideas you can then implement yourself — or work with a decorator to complete a project from start to finish. Your decorator may create mood boards, go shopping, transport and install furniture and accessories
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Accessible LEED Residence Office
i like how it is decorated
Love the whole decor here
spot in the house like a converted attic that allows enough room for personal touches such as a loveseat, a rug, Chinese garden stool end tables, decorative accessories and bookshelves. Cozy and professional, one would not be embarrassed to bring a client by for meetings.
Minimal decor...Decor pillows...decorative pillows
Katie Ridder Rooms
Nice decoration balance and mix of textures
rooms. A Parsons table in bone-colored lacquer doubles as a decorative table and a desk space in this urban living room. Ridder placed this desk right in front of the window in order to take advantage of the high-rise view. When decorating a living room, you want your furniture to help your guests feel
feel at ease. The design should welcome them, look amazing, but not feel over decorated. Ridder always starts her living room designs with a furniture plan. This is the basic organization of the room, which Ridder says should contain multiple seating areas, all with comfortable seating, tables, and good
good lighting. "A successful living room beckons you to explore, then invites you to stay for awhile. Less a product of decoration than sensibility, it projects an understated confidence that infuses its furnishings and puts guests at ease," writes MacIsaac.