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A Beach Cottage
A Beach Cottage
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grow in small and weird containers. Any type of leafy green, such as loose-leaf lettuces, basil and others will grow well in small pockets of soil.
What goes Well in small containers
Here is a short list of garden plants
grow in small and weird containers. Any type of leafy green, such as loose-leaf lettuces, basil and others will grow well in small pockets of soil. Some herbs grown in desert climates can be planted in nontraditional containers too. These herbs, along with the tough-as-nails succulent family, grow with
grow in small and weird containers. Any type of leafy green, such as loose-leaf lettuces, basil and others will grow well in small pockets of soil.Some herbs grown in desert climates can be planted in nontraditional containers too. These herbs, along with the tough-as-nails succulent family, grow with
“Curtain fabric” — paulax12
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4 Reviews
Dining
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of open space. could work for our front porch
Could heating ducts over the top shelves in the kitchen and distribution lines along the walls (behind a fake beam or indirect lighting) provide more ceiling space in the dinning room?
Like the small patio with rock wall
Love the fold away door design
living space – makes the impact of clerestory windows even more dramatic.
“floor and ceiling contrast in pattern” — Nadia Pustovalov
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Waterscapes Condominium Suite
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Condo -streamline, neutral colors, use of space
for a small space simple and class
small space arrangement
Clever use of small space.
Utilising combined living space
in the small space...Small space...Small living room...efficient space...Perfect design...Small table set up...small dining table
“Shelf above” — tdaylet
Glenn Robert Lym Architect
9 Reviews
Family Room
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ceilinged space, yet curiously also a pavilion out in a garden.
floor, the space feels inviting and warm, regardless of the ambient air temperature.
Trick," designed by Frank Gehry: http://hivemodern.com/pages/products.php?view=sub_product&sid=534 The table could be an antique. Here's an extension table from Room & Board that looks somewhat similar (it comes in a maple or cherry stain too): http://www.roomandboard.com/rnb/product/detail.do?produc
A rare example of modern design that I actually like!
The chair is called the "Hat Trick," designed by Frank Gehry: http://hivemodern.com/pages/products.php?view=sub_product&sid=534
by the design of apple baskets, and he used strips of maple to form these interesting chairs. There is an entire Hat Trick Series that includes other chairs and tables that are all made from these maple strips. If you'd like to learn about Frank Gehry, I recommend the documentary, "Sketches of Frank
“Nook” — daburchman
AHMANN LLC
1 Review
Kitchen View
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as the garden, while allowing spacial definition. Additional renovations included updating the kitchen and master bath, as well as creating a formal office paneled in stained cherry wood. Photographs © Stacy Zarin-Goldberg
Floor space minimums for a design like this
What would be the floor space requirements for a nook bench like this? My kitchen has no eat in area and this may be the best option. I just want to know if I would have enough space for it to allow easy ingress/digress
Whatkind of design professional would I need to build this windowseat?
I have an existing bay window that needs to be changed, but I also want to build a seat with a high back like this. I have been to design build firms but I am not confident they had the know how. I am in NJ (not in MD, unfortunately)
“Counter top” — punkybelser
Niche Interiors
20 Reviews
San Francisco Interior Design
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make my small room look bigger?
love the ornate light fixture hanging over suh a diminuitive space - beautiful touch!
I like the dining table topper idea.. Good for our small space.
small table two chairs litttle wall space
Small can be chic. Create the mood of a chic little café by cozying your table up to a wall and adding art and a light fixture. For this look, go for lighter-scale pieces such as the airy table with metal legs and the vintage chairs shown here.
“Table chairs idea small” — auntdeb3
thirdstone inc. [^]
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LG House - Dining
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(Edmonton) Design :: thirdstone inc. [^] Photography :: Merle Prosofsky
- the space is min. 16' in length and even wider. I would prefer 'sisal' unless you have another suggestion. :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Very cool. Need outdoor space in my near future..Private!
fluid space. The homeowner created the painting based on one he saw while on vacation in Bali. The table and chairs are from Ikea.
fluid space. The homeowner created the painting based on one he saw while on vacation in Bali. The table and chairs are from Ikea.
“chairs” — tesslll
Modern Dining Room
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of the space (natural and electrical). For a countertop, like the white countertop shown in the photo shown, a durable less likely to scratch surface may be desired. The surface could be a marble, a limestone or a travertine. This appears to be a prep space which means if it's natural stone it should
s and design (glass, matte, etc). For walls in a shower, we stayed in a new 4-star hotel last year and they had used an almost white silestone type product on the walls. It was like what we see with granite slab showers but less porous and probably easier to maintain. We use white glass tile that has
glass. Designer tip: clear glass has a greenish tint to it and the thicker the glass the more green you notice. Consider "Starfire" which is a low-iron glass and looks almost clear. Aloha!
“dark islan的lightcounters” — michelleaeng
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