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Kichler
3 Reviews
Outdoor Decrative Lighting
Ideabooks4
Questions0
outdoor decorative pendant
Seaside Interiors
4 Reviews
Spring foyer
Ideabooks386
Questions1
Easter decor
love the holiday (easter) decorations
easter foyer/decor
“Console setting for foyer” — rabiajal
Kelly Hoppen London
1 Review
Notting Hill Townhouse
Ideabooks7,716
Questions4
Ambient lighting coming up from behind the walls complements the townhouse’s natural light. Silk carpet runners line the stairs and set a dramatic tone in the hallway. Mirror: B & T Antiques; flowers, vases: John Carter
Ambient lighting coming up from behind the walls complements the townhouse's natural light. Silk carpet runners line the stairs and set a dramatic tone in the entry. Mirror: B & T Antiques; flowers, vases: John Carter Flowers
“Stair” — mojisaber
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Dufner Heighes Inc
New York City townhouse
Ideabooks3,779
Questions7
townhouse, front stoop, lantern, topiaries, entry hall, globe light
New York City townhouse
Classic townhouse entry
“bull nose effect” — Bill Bruffey
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lim-Kimberg
Ideabooks578
Questions3
In an even smaller application, Cor-Ten steel is found on a planter and framing a portal in the front of this townhouse. Here the rust is clearly used to complement the color of the door, both on the opposite spectrum of the blue steps and the variegated blue tiles
In an even smaller application, Cor-Ten steel is found on a planter and framing a portal in the front of this townhouse. Here the rust is clearly used to complement the color of the door, both on the opposite spectrum of the blue steps and the variegated blue tiles
“blomlåda” — walewska
Heide Hendricks
6 Reviews
Red Hook Townhouse
Ideabooks811
Questions6
perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up. Take my advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!
Lack of wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously
Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit
2. Lack of wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up. Take my advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!
Lack of wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up. Take my advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!More: 12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better
“BIBLIOTECA” — alpuche
J F ROESEMANN BUILDERS INCORPORATED
Chelsea Townhouse
Ideabooks18
Questions0
Chelsea Townhouse
“Colors” — pemmoore
JD Ireland Interior Architecture + Design
1 Review
Kalorama Residence
Ideabooks3,068
Questions1
Staircase for townhouse
“Stairs and railing” — cwhattam
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