11,586 time out Eclectic Home Design Photos

CM Glover
1 Review
Kitchen Renovation for a Professional Chocolatier
Ideabooks1,693
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The Time out to enjoy the Essence of the Coffee experienve
in a pod, press the button and voilà, coffee. They do, however, produce more waste and are costlier to operate (those pods are pricey), and you miss out on the delicious scent of fresh coffee beans in the house.
in a pod, press the button and voilà, coffee. They do, however, produce more waste and are costlier to operate (those pods are pricey), and you miss out on the delicious scent of fresh coffee beans in the house.
“Coffee station” — nzafirson
Katherine Robertson Photography
3 Reviews
Houzz Sandra and Ken Praterkatherine robertson photography_47.jpg
Ideabooks303
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wil try to find out, she orders everything wholesale since she is a designer
2 chairs me and emily on time out
“Chalk wall” — meinekindersindtoll
Anita Diaz for Far Above Rubies
Anita Diaz
Ideabooks1,213
Questions3
My time out room! What a stress reliever while sitting here... You can get a lot of thinking done out here...
“Gray floor boards” — lisab1964
Gander Builders
10 Reviews
Nebraska
Ideabooks306
Questions0
Time out?
“Original” — mimi4261
Pour Toujours
Girls' world
Ideabooks1,149
Questions2
Now that's a time out chair! Nutcracker, you are on my must-find list.
“Belle chaise!” — brigittehache
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
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◦Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” ◦Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. ◦For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table, Play-Doh table or sandbox. ◦Put out bubble machines and turn on fun music
•Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” •Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. •For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table, Play-Doh table or sandbox. •Put out bubble machines and turn on fun music
the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table, Play-Doh table or sandbox. Put out bubble machines and turn on fun music
“We have a see saw” — Courtney Massey
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Leawood Residence
Ideabooks2,996
Questions6
yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window. Don't skimp.
don't skimp on drapes fabric yardage that's 2.5 times the width of the window
half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window. Don't skimp.
If choosing drapery, don't skimp on fabric. Go 2 to 2 1/2 times width of window
rods - also for fixed side panels need fabric 2 times width of window
Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only)
“don't skip on drapery/read” — ouggie
Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Kids Studio and Mudroom
Ideabooks3,889
Questions5
My all time favorite white-Ben Moore 'Decorators White', used the same on the walls and ceiling just different finishes.
drawer for gloves, hats, mittens and more. “People are amazed when they see my kids come in and put that stuff away, but it had been my goal for a long time. I pushed them for a while, and it worked,” Sterling says.Cost breakdown: Because Sterling is a designer, there were no design fees for this project
drawer for gloves, hats, mittens and more. “People are amazed when they see my kids come in and put that stuff away, but it had been my goal for a long time. I pushed them for a while, and it worked,” Sterling say
Day 4: Tackle a problem zone. Decluttering tasks: If you have a large household, consider adding extra closed storage — piles of coats out in the open look messy, even when the coats are neatly hung on hooks. If you have children, make sure the storage is easily accessible and clearly marked
“ecky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: A Creative Space for Kids and Storage for All AFTER:” — mbail
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