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Eemnes home
Ideabooks941
Questions1
Norm 03 for my bedroom or entrance...
tile flooring in this traffic-heavy part of the home. A glossy taupe paint on the stairs is in line with the neutral color palette. Pendant light: Norm 03, Normann Copenhagen
Normann Copenhagen Norm 03 Lamp
“Flooring” — brichman
The Fechtel Company
2 Reviews
Villa Ravenna
Ideabooks15,392
Questions9
The Fechtel Company. DalTile supplied custom medallion. .... Main Foyer stone was provided by Alpha Tile. Details: MA ALST L 18 x 18 H&F dyelot #10/03
DalTile supplied custom medallion. .... Main Foyer stone was provided by Alpha Tile. Details: MA ALST L 18 x 18 H&F dyelot #10/03
“Tile” — maryoakie
Imagine Construction
3-Crete Panels
Ideabooks317
Questions0
Imagine Construction- Garden Grove, CA Orange 3-Crete Panels used to jazz up the entry way of this Palm Springs Mid-century home.
Imagine Construction
“Maia and Jim” — Nancy Shaver-LeForte
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Foyer: Bryant Keller Interiors
Ideabooks4,814
Questions5
with lots of pillows...cool idea” “Chinese the c year of the horse” “Chinese-patterned red wallpaper gives this space such depth and richness. Try to imagine the same wall in a sage green or beige — feels pretty blah after this, right?” “In Chinese culture red symbolizes good fortune and joy — in many Eastern”
zebra wallpaper, tiger-print pillows (both from Scalamandre) and animal accessories are a tribute to Albert Hadley, who was a huge animal lover.Keller imagined his client to be a young working woman from an old-money family, so she has pieces that are old and new. "It's a more traditional look with a modern
Chinese-patterned red wallpaper gives this space such depth and richness. Try to imagine the same wall in a sage green or beige — feels pretty blah after this, right?
“Under stairs wallpaper” — mdraydon
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
Mount Bonnell Modern
Ideabooks1,770
Questions2
Imagine how stark this facade would look without this beautiful tree? Building a deck to surround an existing tree is a classic strategy to create liveable
Imagine how stark this facade would look without this beautiful tree? Building a deck to surround an existing tree is a classic strategy to create liveable
“Concrete finish” — francesbreid
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks1,149
Questions1
starts at the beginning of every project. “We start by going back to the basics of design — solar orientation and siting of the home,” Horowitz says. “Imagine a pyramid where design is at the base, building envelope is the next layer, followed by systems and renewable-energy sources at the top. The full potential
” — Jen DalleyI had no idea so many people besides Ed Begley, Jr., were living off the grid. Accomplishing this is not as far-fetched as you might imagine; if you’re intrigued by the idea, be sure to bookmark Dalley’s guide.Full story: Off the Grid: Ready to Pull the Plug on City Power?Did something you
“great layout” — mcrandall26
Allison Cosmos
1 Review
The Front Door
Ideabooks9,683
Questions7
Imagine showing up to a new friend's house for the first time and knocking on a door like this ... you'd know right away that this person is going to throw
iled pattern is super bold, but it totally works with the muted gray exterior for this house. I love the statement the artist makes here. Can you imagine how different it'd be if the door were just a simple black or brown? Next: Browse entry doors More: What Does Your Front Door Say? Doors With Character
“Door” — nytro
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks4,371
Questions5
Limestone tiles continue inside the the front door and throughout the rest of the home. I imagine the cold stone feels incredibly refreshing on your toes during those muggy Austin summers!
Limestone tiles continue inside the the front door and throughout the rest of the home. I imagine the cold stone feels incredibly refreshing on your toes during those muggy Austin summers.
“12x24?” — brandee
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