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Sylvia Martin
1 Review
Sylvia Martin
Ideabooks14,511
Questions18
privacy curtain
“Candles” — deirdrewyse
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Carmadillo Kitchen|Dining
Ideabooks6,096
Questions6
buffet and privacy
“dining chairs” — oldhousegirl
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
34 Reviews
West Coast Hampton
Ideabooks12,654
Questions19
can have privacy!
“Wall color” — ccd81
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
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2 Gays & a Design, LLC
6 Reviews
Ansley meets NYC Townhome
Ideabooks1,093
Questions1
light and privacy in a dining room
privacy at bottom, light through top
Privacy and light issues will be the determining factors
Prob want these kinds of blinds in dining room for privacy
the privacy blinds and the blue
blinds that raise - can block views or give privacy
both? Privacy and light issues will be the determining factors in this decision.
“lamp” — gmenesesrojas
PLATEMARK DESIGN
6 Reviews
Brookline Residence
Ideabooks21,195
Questions11
where privacy is not as much of a concern, consider using café curtains. Covering the lower half of your windows will provide a sense of privacy where you want it most, while still allowing sunlight to stream in from above.
offer privacy, creating a sense of serenity
2. The right window coverings. In the kitchen and living areas, where privacy is not as much of a concern, consider using café curtains. Covering
sense of privacy where you want it most, while still allowing sunlight to stream in from above.
where privacy is not as much of a concern, consider using café curtains. Covering the lower half of your windows will provide a sense of privacy where you want it most, while still allowing sunlight to stream in from above.
“Cafes and bench” — frumpyma
The Fechtel Company
2 Reviews
The Albury House
Ideabooks5,290
Questions7
Thank you for contacting The Fechtel Company. We appreciate your questions about our home finishes and furnishings. We are sorry that we are unable to answer them since the data is archived and not easily obtained and additionally for privacy reasons.
Thank you for contacting The Fechtel Company. We appreciate your questions about our home finishes and furnishings. We are sorry that we are unable to answer them since the data is archived and not easily obtained and additionally for privacy reasons. We are sorry we are unable
“love the color” — caretadavis
Douglas Design Studio
7 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks10,851
Questions11
illusion of privacy but actually reveal far more than desired. For maximum light blocking and privacy, use blackout lining.
illusion of privacy but actually reveal far more than desired. For maximum light blocking and privacy, use blackout lining.
and/or for privacy.
“Window and door balance” — salvati88
CAST architecture
10 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks3,286
Questions4
looking for privacy. However, when properly designed, a narrow plan can offer this privacy. A thoughtful zoning layout allocates private spaces farther away from public spaces in the plan shown here. Transition zones, such as the denser core in the center, are visual tricks that increase the sense of dis
n and privacy. Even very minimal transition zones act to reframe space and tell us that we’re entering a different place. In this case they delineate the public and private realms.
about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection from adjacent spaces. They’re like short trips with a clear beginning, middle and end.
about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection from adjacent spaces. They’re like short trips with a clear beginning, middle and end. In this way we understand that the spaces are physically separate even if only by a few feet.
“Pour les fenêtres” — raymondnaubert
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