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114 note card boxes Dining Design Photos
Mark Brand Architecture
Art of Transition-Dining Area
Love the inset metal boxes w/ sculpture. Absolutely love the painting! Gives the elegantly defined but conservative room zing - the tone ref to your architecture.
that is architecturally appropriate to the period of the home. A ROUND table that serves multiple functions as an intimate dining table, a game table, card table, conference table, laptop table, drinks table for two comfy chairs, or a buffet for food for casual dining keeps the flow moving to the kitchen
Beautiful single-floor library w/round card table in the middle of the room.
Dining room & birtday
Box as book case, box to hold bottles
Idea for crate and cheese box
The old wooden box used to keep books in with the little vases on top. Love the
my client was empowered to put two of the train tables on Craigslist, and they sold the very same day. She used the money from the sale to buy gift cards for the movies, because movie watching was something they loved to do as a family. It was the perfect alternative to having unloved objects in their
cookie cutter affair; there are numerous variations of panel widths and heights and surface applications. Seen as both a wall application and cabinetry, note that the different widths look cheerful and cottage-like when painted white and accented with colorful decorative touches.
sarah & bendrix
love the valentine wall. It could also be framed "special" cards through the years. - - Like so many things, I wish I had thought of it earlier in my life.
Shadow box for art and memories
Perhaps you and your family would prefer to make your own cards. Maybe you enjoy baking and decorating to the max; that’s just not my thing. We all get to decide how to celebrate.It’s seems like such a small thing
user veronika uses bits of pink around her home as an accent color with neutrals and whites. The result is decidedly unfussy, and strikes an original note.
Madison Modern Home
Chalkboard Table DIY Project
Love the idea for the card table!
Chalk board paint for office desk - notes
doodling at your kitchen table, then they’ll be right at home with this nifty idea. Another fun thing you can do is use the surface to write chalk place cards on those nights you’re hosting friends or family.
nice table note
Marcus & Willers Architects
Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
note canned lights in ceiling rafters
Note that the table is matched with matching as well as black chairs
LED strip light around room with distribution of recessed boxes
framing boxes for lights recessed in rafters
LED rope lighting edge of ceiling. Boxed out recessed lights
becomes dark and cavernous. So he added custom dimmable LED tape cove lighting to cast a nice wash on the walls and ceiling. He then created framing boxes for LED can lights as a form of recessed lighting placed into the exposed rafters.The table and chairs were made by Amish craftsmen in Indiana and purchased
Dallas, TX: Jen & Reed Wilcox
I'm mounting a tv above my gas fireplace but I do not know where to put the blue ray player, cable box, game console etc?
moved our TV above the fireplace. Since we were redoing the whole room, my husband was able to run cables and speaker wires through the walls. The cable box and other accessories are on a perpendicular wall. Do you have the option of running wires through the walls or is that a limitation?
nice wall color with the gold stencil Analytical gray (light gray) and 2 shades darker on the card for the feature wall.
Castleberry Hill Loft
23. Get What You Need From the House You HaveSometimes a full remodel just isn't in the cards, no matter how badly you need or want it. Houzz readers appreciated how this ideabook encouraged them to make the most of their home with some simple
use that guest room only two or three times a year. That formal dining room hosts a celebratory dinner four times a year, and that hall closet has boxes in it that you moved from your last house and haven't opened since. These are all wasted spaces. Why not make better use of them? Repurposing a room
that guest room only two or three times a year. Also, that formal dining room hosts a celebratory dinner four times a year, and that hall closet has boxes in it that you moved from your last house and haven’t opened since. These are all wasted spaces, so why not make better use of them? Repurposing a room