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The lucite Chair and the Mirrored Steamer Trunk where is it from? Is this something you designed yourself?
mirrored ottoman makes small room feel larger
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Small area decor...small and narrow...Glamour Home...Dwelling Designs
Kendall Wilkinson Design
Presido Heights Timeless
Is it specifically designed for kitchens, or is it the same as a bathroom towel bar?
price for the residential customer, and has numerous colors and styles to match virtually any decor for kitchen seating or for seating for your custom home bar or pub, rec room, office or restaurant.
"bar area" - stools under small lip. Back access to cabinet in corner.
Birdhouse Interior Design
I love the tile on the floor. I wonder if there is an opposite (large black, small white) that could be done....
Pair a dark shade with bright white for a crisp look that feels at home in traditional and modern rooms. This paint color is actually a deep brown, but if you want something more bold, go straight for black and white.
That’s brown on the walls (Benjamin Moore’s Branchport Brown), which complements the wood vanity. Black grout was used for the floor tile, but as the designer cautions, you have to avoid harsh cleansers if you want to retain its color. More: White Toilet, Black Lid: Trending in a Bathroom Near You
The Cross Design
Love this design! The Subway tile is gorgeous.
Range. I think this is the one we picked at Mountainland design
Small eclectic simple
Love for a small kitchen
The Cross Design
The homeowner discussed the rug in the ideabook featuring her home. "Tam recently purchased the rug at Urban Outfitters for a great price. It came with black lace on two edges, which she opted to remove."
shelving - open shelving to not make space feel small
Use floating shelves. This open look does not require any special custom corner pieces and makes a small kitchen look larger than it really is. The only drawback is dust — I recommend using pieces you use and wash all the time, and giving the shelves a
clutter. You can resist it by using single-color dishes and matching everything in neutral tones. Or you can embrace clutter and make it part of your design by proudly displaying things like spices and mismatched dishes. It helps here that everything else is bright white.
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Like the the stencil designs--the shirt, shoe, etc. Fits with the laundry theme.
small, basic, no special cabinet surrounds for w/d
9. Your laundry room will be "loads" of fun with a touch of whimsy here and there. If there's one room in your home where you can let your hair down and have some fun...it's the laundry room. Have at it!
Dave Adams Photography
French inspired garden home by landscape architect David Gibson. Architectural & Interior Design Photography by http://www.daveadamsphotography.com
contents but separate structure for home office?
Pale washed wood work allows the use of richer wood tones and textures...the armoire, tables, suitcases, carpet, artwork, textiles, flowers...to provide layers of warmth to this small narrow room without making it appear
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
A Shelter Island fisherman's cottage
break the look. Regardless of what it is, I love when the floors are either a bit lighter or darker (espresso) than the normal browner tones most homes have installed.
Chalk board.. Small part of the wall
Chalkboard paint provides an ever-changing backdrop to the cottage kitchen. See the rest of this home
This family must have a lot to say! The entire space is a great example of the power of a black and white color palette in design, softened just slightly by the pale wood floors. I would enjoy eating a sandwich sitting at this island, while reading through the notes on the wall
Cottage kitchens are often tiny and require clever storage solutions. This designer has kept things simple with the black-and white palette, then allowed for some fun with the chalkboard wall.