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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brush Prairie House
Ideabooks5,997
Questions7
love the idea of storing wood above the fireplace like this, and all built-in with the brick -- perfect for an outdoor fireplace!
firewood store...log store built in
“Light fixture” — mkbent
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Country French Estate: Breakfast Nook
Ideabooks3,984
Questions6
Look at how the wine is stored.
A savvy design like this is the perfect way to store your wine. You don't even have to get out of your chair to reach it.
cool way to store wine
“Possibly a small booth with wine in the above walls” — tunajake
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Ideabooks8,848
Questions3
I love this look too. If I were going to do it, I'd start where I often go--strolling down the aisles of my local big box hardware stores. For this we'd head to the plumbing section first and look at the selection of metal rods. This color is very modern, but also consider copper. It's a warm look
Hufft of Hufft Projects. "To break it up a bit, we wanted to give the appearance of floating boxes, which are also practical since they can be used to store things like visitors' hats and gloves. The walnut stools provide”
Hufft of Hufft Projects. "To break it up a bit, we wanted to give the appearance of floating boxes, which are also practical since they can be used to store things like visitors' hats and gloves. The walnut stools provide a place for guests to sit down when they take their shoes off."
“Love this as a room divider!” — cookglick
Leclair Decor
3 Reviews
Personal Home Tour
Ideabooks6,727
Questions3
task of painting every single wall in the house. Oh, and throw the garage and front entrance doors in there also. Thankfully Melissa works at a paint store so we were able to receive a few free cans and some really good deals on others. Quick shout out to Benjamin Moore and Pittsburgh Paints reps. After
few have actually been changed twice. Always a learning curb, right? We splurged on a few pendants from specialized shops but most have been big box store purchases to keep us on budget. Don’t worry, when we strike it rich we’ll have Moooi pendants galore. After the hard (wasn’t that bad) labor came time
of the art in the house are pictures we took ourselves, had printed locally and mounted in Ikea frames. We also headed down to the local art supply store and bought a few canvases on sale. Using left over house paint we created some large bold abstract pieces. A year has now passed since we first got
“Wall color” — Michelle Janes
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks8,432
Questions9
veneer top and it is worn out and needs to be replaced. YOu can find these pretty easily in junk and antique stores - at least here in New England. The chairs were also found at an antique store but they are newish. They are called "Authentic Hitchcock Chairs" and are signed "Nichols-Stone" and they have
nothing fancy. I is very worn and probably needs to be replaced but I can't do it! You can find these type of tables pretty easily in junk and antique stores and they are not too expensive.
matches the original rustic wood floors, where Phoebe the dog makes herself comfortable. A black iron electrified oil lamp sourced from an antiques store hangs over the table. The corner cabinet houses Kristin's hand-painted ceramics.
“floor” — neut11
Niche Interiors
24 Reviews
San Francisco Charmer
Ideabooks1,597
Questions8
#antiques. Hunting for antiques in person will give you the most information — especially important when you are just starting out. Look through antiques stores and "barns" (where multiple vendors sell together), fairs, flea markets, auctions and #estate sales. You may even have luck at local garage sales or
antiques. Hunting for antiques in person will give you the most information — especially important when you are just starting out. Look through antiques stores and "barns" (where multiple vendors sell together), fairs, flea markets, auctions and estate sales. You may even have luck at local garage sales or
“BM Nimbus” — lkpabst
Megan Buchanan
Le Marche St. George
Ideabooks572
Questions1
rustic and reclaimed pieces that Larsen has collected over the years. "Most of the furniture is off of Craigslist and various secondhand and consignment stores. Our whole family is addicted to treasure hunting," she says. "There were days of stripping off all the layers of wallpaper," Larsen recalls. "The
furniture from craigslist and second hand stores "There were days of stripping off all the layers of wallpaper," Larsen recalls. "The ceiling was sealed, and the walls got a skim of plaster to soften
rustic and reclaimed pieces that Larsen has collected over the years. "Most of the furniture is off of Craigslist and various secondhand and consignment stores. Our whole family is addicted to treasure hunting," she says."There were days of stripping off all the layers of wallpaper," Larsen recalls. "The ceiling
“Paint faux” — dmurgai
Maria Killam
19 Reviews
Holiday
Ideabooks3,309
Questions3
Freestanding shelves, especially a pyramid-inspired style, work well in a corner. Store extra dishes and pretty containers on the open shelves for a great-looking display.
Freestanding shelves, especially a pyramid-inspired style, work well in a corner. Store extra dishes and pretty containers on the open shelves for a great-looking display.
“BM montgomery white” — nandanad
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