1,852 BuiltforLife Eclectic Home Design Photos

gogo gulgun selcuk
kids room
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Put map print inside of life ring
overboard...hahaha. BUT I like the striped curtains and the life preserver could be cool if done right...maybe as a frame for art???
life preserver with "Wing" name
Life saver...life buoy as frame...Life ring as frame...Life ring...life preserver...life ring idea
“Simplicity and colors” — meray96
sarah & bendrix
living room
Ideabooks17,600
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you no longer do, or develop some more routine in your life. Keep in communication with your tribe so you dance to the beat of the same drum. Keep your shared values before you and your life and home will stay more organized and enrich your life.
particular space. Go with something personal that makes you smile and, above all, is comfortable. Overly designed rooms don’t really translate in modern life. A pillow collection and an art arrangement that are seemingly haphazard, as shown here, create a dressed-down look with plenty of style.
indestructible and very easy to clean. This avoids Mistake No. 2: Choosing materials, finishes or furniture that won't hold up to your lifestyle. Life is too short to spend it fretting about every spill or sticky little hand. Although it might mean you need to give up the idea of a white sofa, or
“The pillows” — jramya86
Enclosures Architects
Eigenberg Residence
Ideabooks1,646
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When was the last time you smiled when you saw beige? Life is too short to swaddle oneself in burlap. Color makes us happy. Decorate your way to happiness.
supreme. Even the edgiest souls didn’t venture far from ecru and oatmeal. Why break this habit? When was the last time you smiled when you saw beige? Life is too short to swaddle oneself in burlap. Color makes us happy. Decorate your way to happiness.
supreme. Even the edgiest souls didn’t venture far from ecru and oatmeal.Why break this habit? When was the last time you smiled when you saw beige? Life is too short to swaddle oneself in burlap. Color makes us happy. Decorate your way to happiness.
“lights” — pjwarnke
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
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picture. But once you stop ogling its life-size presence, check out these fabulous checkered buffet chests. They are too good to be true. This space’s sense of whimsy mixed in with the traditional is just what every room needs.
Horse. The city version of farm life with no cleanup! More: Browse design
This dining room explodes with life in the company of a life-size rearing horse.
“the life sized horse” — Tobbi Oakenfull
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Bold dramatic statements
Ideabooks6,677
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This scintillating early-spring green (Picnic 6731 by Sherwin-Williams) brings the entire room to life …
Green (avocado, kelly, grass, etc.) is a secondary color with harmonious emotional content. Green draws life from yellow, while blue lends a calming effect. One of the only unanimous forms of beauty is nature; green is the predominant color in nature — commonly
4. Green (avocado, kelly, grass, etc.) is a secondary color with harmonious emotional content. Green draws life from yellow, while blue lends a calming effect. One of the only unanimous forms of beauty is nature; green is the predominant color in nature — commonly
This scintillating early-spring green (Picnic 6731 by Sherwin-Williams) brings the entire room to life …
“green wall color” — featherings
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Wonder Walls
Ideabooks835
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Give old things a new life. In her own
Olympic table tennis champion. "I love mixing family photos and mementos with trinkets and found objects. It gives me great pleasure to breathe new life into old things," she says. Tip: Use type cases to corral miniatures and smaller finds. The case backs help all the little things stand out.
Give old things a new life. In her own home, Bagner filled a corner with a collection of tchotchkes: Sun-Maid raisin packages, miniature beer bottles, a framed picture showing cigarette packet designs with felines from the 50s and a certificate from her father, who was an Olympic table tennis champion
champion."I love mixing family photos and mementos with trinkets and found objects. It gives me great pleasure to breathe new life into old things," she says.Tip: Use type cases to corral miniatures and smaller finds. The case backs help all the little things stand out.
“printers rack” — budagal2013
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks5,645
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Living room + a little paint = new life for an old mirror. An old mirror, or even the mirrored door of an old armoire, can be refurbished with a coat of color on the frame. If you have some
7. Living room + a little paint = new life for an old mirror. An old mirror, or even the mirrored door of an old armoire, can be refurbished with a coat of color on the frame. If you have some of your wall color left, try lightening it with a bit of primer or white paint for a subtle tonal look.
7. Living room + a little paint = new life for an old mirrorAn old mirror, or even the mirrored door of an old armoire, can be refurbished with a coat of colour on the frame. If you have some of your wall colour left, try lightening it with a bit of primer or white paint for a subtle tonal look.
“Mirror” — blakemarler
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
Colorful Ranch
Ideabooks1,870
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This saddens me; we know much better now that animals deserve the life they were given. Real men and women embrace the sanctity of life. and do not celebrate taking it. I wrote you on this before and the response was that the animal heads were fabricated;
photo of my home on this Houzz page. I’m sorry you feel that we’ve disparaged these animals and the sanctity of life. As the owner of the home featured here, let me assure you I do value life and I do love animals. The taxidermy specimens you see here are all antiques and most were collected from persons
goats, birds, dogs, and cats - to name a few. We adore animals and do not engage in or support hunting. My interest in antique taxidermy comes from a life-long love of natural history museums, which are filled with old and new taxidermy. These mounted specimens have long been used to educate adults and
“Breakfast nook” — mbaldwin1217
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