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Isolina Mallon Interior Design
3 Reviews
Dinning room
Ideabooks1,249
Questions5
FLOOR TO CEILING - DEFINITELY WOULD STORE ALL BOOKS INSTEAD OF SEVERAL BOOKCASES....
don't want to invest in a shredder (or refuse to find a spot to hide this eyesore) there are plenty of shredding resources out there.Most office supply stores offer shredding services for around 75 cents per pound. With most file boxes weighing 5 to 15 pounds. when filled with paper, it's not a bad idea to
“floor” — tblazi
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Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Phinney Ridge House 2
Ideabooks1,267
Questions3
table out from the center to add leaves,” she says, “it’s generally easier — not only to extend and retract, but you also don’t have to find a place to store those extra leaves. This is a good option if you're constantly expanding and reducing the table.”
table out from the center to add leaves,” she says, “it’s generally easier — not only to extend and retract, but you also don’t have to find a place to store those extra leaves. This is a good option if you're constantly expanding and reducing the table.”See more on extendable dining tables
“wall clock” — jenny101
KATE JOHNS AIA
4 Reviews
19th Century Farmhouse Renovation; updated photos by Mick Hales
Ideabooks7,816
Questions7
Like the shelves to store cookbooks and nick nacks
Banquettes, like the one shown here, can offer loads of hidden storage under the seat or in drawers below. Additional books and decorative items can be stored above on open shelving. Just be sure the shelves are well supported, with brackets or anchored to the studs, so they hold the weight of the books
“banquet” — andrew333
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Chalkboard Table DIY Project
Ideabooks5,290
Questions1
2. Turn an old table into a cheese platter Pick up a can of blackboard paint from your local hardware store or paint supply shop and spray a small old table with it. Bring it out when entertaining and label the cheeses being served, for a touch of grown up
Table for store
“Chalkboard” — tcepero
Caisson Studios
2 Reviews
Caisson Studios– Interior Designer Los Angeles
Ideabooks3,567
Questions6
I love the built-ins for storing dishes and things in a small house!
... or better yet, nestle in two corner cabinets. This is such a handy way to store those unwieldy platters and tureens that don't fit into the kitchen cabinets and to display beloved pieces of china and silver.
“Corner cabinets” — glassfrog
Kathryn Ivey Interiors
4 Reviews
DC Residences
Ideabooks4,249
Questions5
cute chairs and could be a thrift store find
statement, you can save a lot by using inexpensive fabric to upholster the cushions. Search for $1-a-yard fabric in the clearance bin at your local fabric store or use fabric remnants from past projects to update the seats inexpensively. Each cushion will take about 1/2 yard of fabric, so you can update six
“Print on cushion” — dixieann13
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks7,551
Questions12
This is a 1x6 painted tongue and groove ceiling with a v-groove. You should be able to find at most hardware stores. You will want to prime the entire board in a similar color to the finish color since wood will move and if there is a gap showing the groove you
Add a simple runner and arrange candlesticks in a line. These don’t have to match, and the inexpensive glass candlesticks from Ikea or the Dollar Store can look like a million bucks.Another element worth noting in this room is the drum shade pendant light. Using a favorite lampshade with a simple kit
“Light Shade” — thehurds33
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Dining Area
Ideabooks37,282
Questions31
These sconces were purchased at a small antique store in Newburyport, MA but similar ones can be found on Circa Lighting. Thanks for asking! Kate
kitchen, like this lovely window seat, will entice the entire family to congregate while meals are being prepared. Window seats are also great for storing large kitchen items that are rarely used or even toys for the little ones.
“Love color” — miyakawado
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