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M Valdes Architects PLLC
Prarie Meets Pampa Pavilion
How are the polycarbonate sheets installed for cold weather?
Am renovating a screened porch in Chapel Hill, NC. I would love to know how the polycarbonate sheets for the windows are framed and installed? Is there weather stripping? Would you
It has polycarbonate sheets that are set in when the weather gets colder.
Same as previous picture with steps put up, fully flysccreenede, poly carbonte sheets set in in winter, use colorbond sheeting in sides to stop animals climbibg and ruining screens.
clear view. The windows are actually sheets of polycarbonate that are simply screwed in. During the summer, the clients unscrew the plastic sheets and store them under the pavilion, leaving it open. When the weather cools down, the clients reattach the sheets to keep things cozy.
“tea house for lake” — raellerson1
1 Review
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
The sheets create cozy / colourful space
Love the shade above the patio setting
stressful, kids gets sick — and romance gets pushed to the back burner. By setting up a special place in your home for you and your sweetie, you'll be encouraged to spend part of the day together — just the two of you. An outdoor setting like this provides instant romance. Plan a date at least once a week
creating a sense of place for those who come here. Why it works:• Draped canopy: Panels of fabric (possibly several repurposed drapes, shower curtains or sheets) were stitched together and suspended to create a casbah-like roof overhead.• Fanciful flooring: Outdoor area rugs soften the floor and add a jolt
keep the space from feeling too closed in and dark.Design tip: Recreating this look is fairly simple — you just need supports for the cloth and long sheets of fabric. However, be sure to attach the fabric firmly to the supports or it may blow away to land on other parts of your garden.
“Curtains for pergola” — Alexandra McClenahan
complementary colors/patterns to a batik print
room from winter blah to spring beautiful in minutes. Although not as intricate or delicate as Indonesian hand-drawn batik, this John Robshaw block-printed set inspired by his travels in India shows how your bedding can be a colorful, painterly canvas.
Cunningham and Foster worked with artist Victoria Molinelli to design a wallpaper that uses the Tilton Fenwick logo for the guest bedroom. The peacock print is echoed with a bold metal peacock above the bed — a lucky find at the flea market. "We're biased," says Foster, "but we think it turned out beautifully
In honor of the bird with a big ego, celebrate with a double dose of peacock motifs. Printed wallpaper, layered with bold metal wall décor, emphasizes the admiration of this phenomenal fowl.Browse: 10 More Highlights From High Point Market16
“rug!” — fyn_
Annette Tatum
Sheet tents for impromptu backyard camping!
4. Camp out Haven’t got a tent? No problem! All you need are some sheets, a tarpaulin and a mild night. Get the kids to help you create the perfect shelter by tying sheets over tree branches, clotheslines or a well-placed rope. Everyone should have an air mattress and a
Set up campIf you are hosting a summer party, make use of your outdoor space by setting up a camp of mini tepees. They look great and are fun to play and hide in, plus a garden is open to the elements
11. Camp out in the backyard. Setting up the tent, roasting s'mores over the fire pit and telling stories in the dark is just as fun for little ones whether you are deep in the mountains
“Fun” — melvinrobinson
Design Manifest
Naomi's House
The nailhead/upholstered headboard is from Urban Outfitters, the Marilyn print is from Cozamia http://cozamia.com/gallery/Marilyn-Monroses.htm The Pillows are from Caitlin Wilson http://caitlinwilsontextiles.com/?p=product&sku=48&d=1&pre=p!category|c!pillowcovers|patt!|s!|fabric!
Where can I buy this Marilyn Monroe print?
Where can I buy this print?
like the whole vibrant Indian touch to it, we have something similar http://www.houzz.com/photos/14670923/SOLFERINO-WHITE-AND-CORAL-KING-DUVET-AND-SHAM-SET-5-PIECE-traditional-duvet-covers , We custom made this for a client http://www.houzz.com/photos/7749199/Custom-Handmade-Bedding-modern-bedding-san-francisco
complementary colors/patterns to a batik print print on the pillows may be a winner
“american pop-culture and multi ethnic crafts pair well thought a common color scheme” — valoop
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
the setting table lamp., wall picture, curtain, bedspread
WeaveCrisp or soft? If you like your sheets with a little snap, choose percale, which is a plainer weave than the more supple sateen. Neither is inherently better; it's a matter of personal preference. Jersey sheets — which you probably think of as T-shirt sheets — are made with a flat knit that keeps
but also means they can be prone to slipping and sliding on the bed. If you live somewhere that gets extremely cold, consider nubby cotton flannel sheets, unsurpassed for keeping you toasty.
“good” — my homr
Mary Best Designs
4 Reviews
Mary Best Designs
Guest Room, Robert Allen Fabric on window treatments and accent pillow, Serena & Lilly duvet, sheets and bamboo nightstand
I like the sheets, comforter and throw pillow
looks like my set up in upstairs room
Robert Allen Fabric on window treatments and accent pillow, Serena & Lilly duvet, sheets and bamboo nightstand
“LOVE that nightstand!” — rainsw6
Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
rug, remove a piece of artwork or toss a big white sheet over your most vibrant piece of furniture to get an idea of what the room would look like without it.
Edit, edit, edit....remove pieces temporarily to see how the room works without it....cover a piece of dark furniture with a white sheet to see hoe that looks in the room etc
watering or, even better, that sits on a bed of rocks within the container of your choice. Keep the rocks moist and they will help provide a humid setting for your plant, but make sure that the liner is never sitting in water.
just to see how the space looks and feels without them, before letting go permanently. Roll up a rug, remove a piece of artwork or toss a big white sheet over your most vibrant piece of furniture to get an idea of what the room would look like without it. Tell us: What is your biggest challenge in creating
“lite fixture” — Sierras Glen Developers, LLCq
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