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Debbie Basnett, Vintage Scout Interiors
Western Springs Living Room
model is it? love to get one myself. thanks a lot.
I love the brass side table by the leather chair. Where is it from?
I love this coffee table. Where can I buy it?
Where is the rug from? Love it!
Where is this couch from??? I love it
Where can I find those curtains? I love them, but can't quite make out the exact pattern.
Love the rug. Where did you find it?
exactly what I'm looking (without much success). I would love to know length and color, and most importantly, where it's from! Thanks in advance!
where is lovely blue sofa from or is it custon?
Where are the curtains from? i love this yellow.
I love the glass coffee table, where can I buy it ?
I love the rug! Where did you get it?
I'm loving the fabric on the curtains. Do you have a source? thanks!
sarah & bendrix
Love the chairs, please tell me where to purchase them. Thanks
love the valentine wall. It could also be framed "special" cards through the years. - - Like so many things, I wish I had thought of it earlier in my life.
family would prefer to make your own cards. Maybe you enjoy baking and decorating to the max; that’s just not my thing. We all get to decide how to celebrate.It’s seems like such a small thing, and yet it’s these little traditions, these small securities and expressions of affection, that wind their way
eye. I love the mix of frames, different backgrounds and sizes...all with a unifying theme.
Blogger Veronika of A Few Things from My
The more hearts the better! I love the idea of picking up hearts in various places and framing them to create a wall full of love. Even better would be if they all had handwritten love messages on them.
John Kraemer & Sons
I'd love some ideas for privacy in this area. As you can see, there is some slope. There is also a wire and a utilities easement on my property, so it is best if I plant just inside the wire if I'm going to plant things that will grow above 10 feet. I can't really
Love the window seat cushion. Can you tell us what thickness it is and if it is foam or down or what was used
will grow quickly. I'm considering arborvitae, Italian cypress, or clumping bamboo in containers (don't want it to spread past my property). Would love your advice. This is a pretty busy alley because many of my neighbors on my block park in the back of their properties in garages, and it is not paved
my yard. I love this room, though. Sorry for the confusion!
Love the windows! Actually love the whole thing. Lots of details and lots to look at without it being cluttered. What is the ceiling color? Super pretty!
What is the countertop, and would love to see a better picture of those splashback tiles!
I love this open shelving and counter arrangement. How did you put it together?
love the floor! Is it paint? What color?
remodeled where the original back wall of the house was opened up to the rear porch addition. The porch ceiling is 7ft and the main house ceiling is 10ft. We had to level the floor joists with blocks on the porch due to rot and termite damage. But, that is temporary because the termite damage is extensive
Sounds nice! We were on a tiny inner city lot. Yes, we put on a new back porch:
Degnan Design Builders, Inc
Pewaukee Lake House
Love them but they hung wrong, they are upside down.
was new construction so we were able to do these things. I can see why that would be a problem on a renovation. We have a remodeling project coming up where we plan to use no gutters, but with a 3' overhang and 2' cantilever on the original home, we are 5 ft from the foundation. We plan to swale and use
It does, however we're working on a retrofit project with a similar roofline built in the '20's and this type of solution would be prohibitive at best. We're looking at recreating a concrete troth system of which some remnants exist on
Omg i love this! Would make an awesome green house!
Glad you like it. The house is "green" in many ways (green building) but do you mean an actual greenhouse? We used many reclaimed materials and took indoor air quality and energy efficiency measures in this project. It also follows Sarah Susanka's "Not So Big
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
2010 Colorado Homes & Lifestyles "Home of the Year"
Love the wall color. Do you know what it is? Thank you, cpatrie
Where did you find such a large sattee/bench seat? I love it
Love the simplicity of the table! Where was it purchased?
Love the comments! :) Thank you!
It photographs well, but I am not a fan of the big bench or couch for dining table seating. And I think the end chairs are lovely, but these particular ones look heavy to pull up to the table.
most modern tables if you wear ballet flats and this position gets really annoying after hours of sitting that way. (Ergonomics tells us that when we sit at the computer - or dining table- our feet should be flat to the ground, and our knees should be even with our hips - never lower. If you are mindful
tell me which Ikea cabinet this is? I tend to get overwhelmed when I am in Ikea and I have about the same space as you and would love to know the style. thanks!
Love the "burst of color " throw rug. DO TELL....where I can get one!
Clutter everywhere translates to the house being too small. Put things in storage that you won't need for a month or two, have a garage sale before listing or hide things in cabinets and closets if necessary to make your home appear clean and uncluttered.
smaller than your current one, simply apply the same criteria as you did to clothes. (And then keep your guard up: You will probably have to divest things several times because the cook in your family will undoubtedly whine and complain and raid the disposal pile.)
Love the Wall! How was it done?
The writing on the door thing
The Message! I love the message!
love this idea - big motto scrawled across the door.
love this idea for the pocket door
Love the unorthodox placement... made with black contact paper.
Tami made this graphic mural in the bedroom for Josh. "We like to surprise each other with artful things. It was such an eyesore before, especially as the first thing you see coming up the stairs," she says.Her inspiration for the mural came from a photo of typography painted over a door. She made the
approach to decorating using stick-on letters to draw attention away from a rather homely door. I love the sentiment, because it also applies to our imperfect living spaces: Instead of waging war on them, learn to love them.
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