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Margaret Donaldson Interiors
8 Reviews
Southern Living Idea House
Ideabooks4,337
Questions2
Open space under. Not sure about
CUT INS: If any spaces or little nooks..
Good use of dead wall space
small space open top
Utilizing space under the seat
small space
“Window seat with out bookshelves” — debbiekinert
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Home office
Ideabooks19,690
Questions13
sofa...space underneath, sleek and comfy i'd assume.
eclectic space its depth. Nearly every surface in this living room brings something different to the party: the nubbly Oriental rug over coarse sisal; the rich wood of the floors and trim; the thick, lush upholstery fabrics and sleek desk. A rich collection of textural elements makes a space appeal to
Eclectic space its depth. Nearly every surface in this living room brings something different to the party: the nubbly oriental rug over coarse sisal, the rich wood of the floors and trim, the thick lush upholstery fabrics and sleek desk. A rich collection of textural elements makes a space appeal to
“Patio/Porch Door Idea” — msjones58
Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Kids Studio and Mudroom
Ideabooks3,933
Questions5
First I want to say congrats on an amazing space, the befores and afters are so great to compare, well done! I'd like to know the distance from floor to bottom of ceiling joists, as well as distance from floor to bottom of light fixture. Looks like it might be just above
ecky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: A Creative Space for Kids and Storage for All AFTER: Thinking about how her family bundles up helped Sterling track down the best mudroom organizing system. The children
out, consider buying new ones. Instead of choosing a typical doormat-size rug by default, consider if a larger rug or runner would better suit your space — a larger rug has more dirt-trapping power.
out, consider buying new ones. Instead of choosing a typical doormat-size rug by default, consider if a larger rug or runner would better suit your space — a larger rug has more dirt-trapping power.
“Mud Room” — ferrerlisa
Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
Ideabooks14,303
Questions17
making any space appear bigger. And you don't have to limit yourself to just one: Consider placing mirrors on opposite sides of a room, or do an arrangement on a wall.
Mirrors dissolve a room's boundaries and reflect light, making any space appear bigger
mirror between Windows expand space reflection
Mirrors dissolve a room's boundaries and reflect light, making any space appear bigger. And you don't have to limit yourself to just one: Consider placing mirrors on opposite sides of a room, or do an arrangement on a wall
Mirrors dissolve a room's boundaries and reflect light, making any space appear bigger. And you don't have to limit yourself to just one: Consider placing mirrors on opposite sides of a room, or do an arrangement on a wall.
“mirror on the wall and curtains” — goodgirl8085
LoMa Decor
3 Reviews
Orange Drive
Ideabooks2,809
Questions6
Create a little separate space with desk facing out into the room or looking out the window
inviting office is what a home workspace should be all about: one-off pieces of furniture and treasured knickknacks creating the most inspirational of spaces.
Pretty for a small office space
8. Try a relaxed look. More like a beautiful living room than a place for toilng, this eclectic and inviting office is what a home workspace should be all about: one-off pieces of furniture and treasured knickknacks creating the most inspirational of spaces.
“Office” — juliec27
Julie Ranee Photography
VE
Ideabooks1,286
Questions5
@lolakona, the bedding was from Ikea. Thanks for checking out my space :), cheers!
Perfect idea for the funny looking attic spaces. color just basically eliminates the crammed look
8. Decorating above the bedKeeping heavy wall items away from beds doesn’t mean looking boring. Alternatives to decorating over-bed spaces are bright colours and simple lightweight letters (foam if possible and attached with strong glue), or painted on. Talk with paint and DIY consultants
“Chair” — Engrid Smith
Green Goods
3 Reviews
Green Goods
Ideabooks1,798
Questions4
considerable amount of traffic. Green Goods divided the 280-square-foot space into a kitchen and dining area, leaving a significant aisle between. By tilting the island slightly towards the kitchen work area, the team was able to add space for two bar stools without interrupting the pathway.
considerable amount of traffic. Green Goods divided the 280-square-foot space into a kitchen and dining area, leaving a significant aisle between. By tilting the island slightly towards the kitchen work area, the team was able to add space for two bar stools without interrupting the pathway. Dining chairs:
The home's main rooms surround the kitchen like spokes on a bicycle. The cooking space's unique layout takes all the foot traffic into account. See more of this kitchen
“Colors!” — maryceggleston
Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
Ideabooks1,396
Questions0
plants add to the space's jungle vibe."
The same deep green — Mint Sprig, by Behr — gives the kitchen's window trim an eclectic touch. A brightly striped rug, hanging tapestries and leafy green plants add to the space's jungle vibe.
love the term "jungalow" - fits this space perfectly!
the colors and the creativity with the space
Mint Sprig, by Behr — gives the kitchen's window trim an eclectic touch. A brightly striped rug, hanging tapestries and leafy green plants add to the space's jungle vibe. See more of this home
“colored window frame” — oesterreicht
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