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Dan Waibel Designer Builder
8 Reviews
Art Deco Influence
Wrapping the built-ins around a corner to cover two walls allows the TV and fireplace to share the focal point without having to be above and below each other. The light wood of the cabinetry and shelves echos the color of the hardwood floors, while the white molding complements the home's architecture.
“Built-in shelfes” — dorkaszalai
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
made without regard to future projects. This concludes my top 10 common decorating mistakes. Check out Part 1 from earlier this week for help on the other five stumbling blocks to good design. How about your experience? Is there another mistake that you think belongs in the top 10? More: How to Get
“window treatments” — shimaree85
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Vine Hill Road Straw Bale Residence
dust. Even in rural environments, where some would argue that natural ventilation is sufficient, there can be benefits to filtering out pollen and other allergens.Do you live in a home with a certified mechanical ventilation system? Share your thoughts below!Read about green building
“Door” — jmac8686
Kelly Donovan
My Home
rooms in the home. Because of its location and size, it serves several purposes. The front door is at one end of the space and the kitchen is at the other, so the area has become an entryway, an office, a playroom and a living room all in one. The yellows and grays in this room dictated the color palette
“Wall color” — gwendolyngraham
TerraCotta Studio
Clairemont Whole House Renovation
Arrange your pillows artfully. It’s fun — swap them around, try out some from other rooms, maybe pick up a new cover or two in a new color to add to the mix. (You can just put them over those throw pillows you’re sick of.) Once you’ve mastered that, fold up your throw and try it in different places —
“Brown and orange” — mlleighton
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Cove Road Residence
short divider can add coziness to a nook; this one only extends the width of the windowseat. The divider emphasizes the horizontal and picks up on other rich woods used throughout the home. More: Dividers for Modern LivingThe Open Floor Plan: Creating a Cohesive SpaceTen Great Ways to Use Room Screens
“The window” — agnes karori
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
evening to discover a few of your finned friends have disappeared. ‘Just because you like certain fish, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll like each other!’ warns Roland.
“Pool table light” — dalithered
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
3 Reviews
everything was going to be OK. Identifying what she wanted the space to feel like for herself and her children was the perfect starting point. All other things radiated off the central desire to create a warm and comforting space. Her love of antiques, well-made furniture and richly textured fabrics
“Sofa” — ncaylor
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