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AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
The Medic's House
Ideabooks66
Questions0
Scott, ‘but in many cases you’re going to be working together for at least a couple of years and speaking to each other every day. You could be best friends or you could drive each other bonkers.’
“Excellent contemporary design” — Peter Abatan
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Marin Kitchen Renovation - Featured on CalFinder website
Ideabooks5,781
Questions4
Oriaharel, I would look into ThinkGlass. They have two types of glass: One is Crystal, almost colorless even with a 1.5" thickness; The other one is Aqua a greenish color. The blueness of the glass seems natural, it has to do with the ambient light and the angle.
quality that can't be match by any other material.
6. Glass-front base cabinets. Many kitchens have glass only on upper cabinetry, but it can look just as good below, too. Glass doors on base cabinets can deliver an extra visual punch and spice up cabinetry that faces other rooms. Keep in mind that when
“frosted glass cabinet” — destinychantae
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
Ideabooks19,850
Questions15
Is this a steel window? Any other windows come aluminum/metal clad that won't set me back $5k?
this one in a contemporary loft kitchen, should be used for what they're intended: rolling pie dough, chopping and cutting vegetables and other ingredients, and other daily tasks."Kitchens need functioning work surfaces," she says. If you really want to keep your surface from getting completely worn, she
“Shelving, etc for kitchen. Less cabinets.” — dotyanzovino
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks6,614
Questions18
It would be difficult to fully appreciate the shape of these sconces if they were in any other hue against that off-white background. In red, you see every arm and curve. More red around the home: Hollywood Glamour in Black, White and Red Your
fabulous. See the way the objects are paired into little conversations in random locations on the table? One section is looks more scattered while the other side is stacked and structural. Effortless and elegant, and put together just enough.
“The coral things on the wall” — Erek Horne
Becki Peckham
Modern Home In The Middle Of St. John's
Ideabooks5,865
Questions6
on the other. The couple worked with Martin Palmer to install built-in seating in an amazing polished concrete.
The living room is Susan’s favourite room in the house. Its G Romano sofa can comfortably sleep four. The room has floor-to-ceiling windows on one side and a fireplace on the other. The couple
“windows” — ballroombiker
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
Ideabooks6,749
Questions2
Group images on a theme. Gather framed pieces and other finds on a gallery wall that expresses something about who you are. Arrange them close together vs. around the space for greater impact.
unify this attractive vignette on a covered porch. The variety is expressed by three-dimensional nonframed objects, including the paddles, the fish and other discoveries from the sea. Their presence makes the grouping of framed prints all the more interesting.
“Prente” — flatlet
Daleet Spector Design
9 Reviews
Santa Monica, CA
Ideabooks6,078
Questions10
3. Deal with problems in person. Just as when your neighbors are being too noisy, any other problem should be addressed promptly and in person. It may seem easier to write a note or dash off an email, but written complaints can seem more mean spirited than you intended, and may shut down communication
if you do not particularly like him or her, it is in your interest to find a way to get through it together. On a related note, don't gossip about other neighbors! It may feel like bonding to complain about shared problems, but gossiping generally only deteriorates relationships.
“Table and chairs” — amawood
Lucy McLintic
Blue nursery by Four Walls and a Roof
Ideabooks16,547
Questions15
figure out what to do with the picture rail, wall above the rail, and ceiling. Do people usually paint these all one color? Thinking of painting the other 3 walls a soft green from the wallpaper.
Branch out. This serene nursery uses a bold David Hicks geometric wallpaper on one accent wall, and balances it out with sweet birds on branches on the other side. Note the way the branches seem to emerge from the trim around the door. Tip: Bring your wallpaper to the paint store to have a matching paint
the baby’s room dimension and texture by adding wallpaper up to the picture rail. For a fresh feel, use two different wallpapers that complement each other in scale. Don’t have a chair rail in the room? Adding one is a fairly easy project that you can do yourself with a few simple tools.
“pretty” — Katheryn Evangelista
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