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36 Reviews
Split-level make-over
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Clients needed a space to highlight their grand piano, but wanted a space that could be re-purposed in the future. In lieu of the piano, it would make a cozy reading room. Cory Laws
“Voilà ce qui serait possible chez nous et simple à faire” — lindarobichaud
GL Callow Building & Remodeling
2 Reviews
Coopersburg Repurposed Porch Fretwork
Ideabooks1
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Coopersburg Porch Re-purposed Fretwork
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Zakopane in the Sierras
Ideabooks6
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Hand made front door from 350 year old re-purposed teak, hand painted ceiling done in Norwegian rosemal'ing in Telemark style, Black Forest hand carved staghead in Mahogany with real shed antlers, Montana basalt chimney, and 19th century crystal chandelier from an estate in Maine.
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
back entry with cubbies for children
Ideabooks3,421
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Bags for individual purposes. I like this built-in area for the things that need to leave the house...where can we put this?
Love the idea of organizing things in bags/baskets to re deliver to certain rooms/places (ie. friends house- lost items, things
speciic basket, bin, bag for LIBRARY returns for other purposes by front door
Each bag has a purpose: Goodwill, Library return, etc.
mudroom cubbies - bags for things that need to go out of the house (Goodwill, special recycling, etc.) so it looks neat but is visible as you're leaving
“Using totes as temporary storage.” — teamthomas316
House of Earnest
1 Review
Erin Souder Houzz Tour
Ideabooks2,391
Questions4
color used downstairs, which was painted by the previous owner before we bought it 8 years ago; I would like to use color to help with a long, dual purpose room we have visually divided into a TV/gathering area with presently the use of placement of furniture( L shaped arrangement w/ glass and marble based
find yourself, pillow in hand, stalking the house, intent on smothering your loved ones? Perhaps you could use a little support, after all. For the purposes of this article, we'll refer to our different camps as the Naturally Organized and the Not Naturally Organized, but both parties will be referred
your home, you may scoff at the suggestion that picking up one piece of paper or a solitary little pencil is really going to make a difference, and you're right, unless it really is a battle of the mind and the only single thing is the pervasive thought "Later," which never comes.
“Door frames” — Oona Gorman
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
Folding doors
Ideabooks680
Questions1
you that a transom is most useful in separating the framing from a door from the framing of a window. I think this example pretty much nails that purpose from a modern perspective. The chunky wood beam above the glass doors is committed to the six separate Frenchies below, while the beams in the roof
you that a transom is most useful in separating the framing from a door from the framing of a window. I think this example pretty much nails that purpose from a modern perspective. The chunky wood beam above the glass doors is committed to the six separate Frenchies below, while the beams in the roof
“doors” — bwier
Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
Ideabooks1,538
Questions3
fill them with soil and pop in a few plants. This can be a wonderful way to give new life to an old piece that is too rundown to use for its intended purpose.
Plant a piece of furniture and give new life to an old piece that is too run down for its intended purpose. Line the drawer interiors with waterproof p[lastic, fill them with soil and pop in a few plants.
in a thrift shop in Los Angeles, the chest was repurposed in her "jungalow as a planter. It draws the eyes up to papier-mâché animal heads and is purposely placed by the window, exposing the plants to natural light. Tip: Don't be afraid to use apothecary chests creatively. Pull out drawers strategically
fill them with soil and pop in a few plants. This can be a wonderful way to give new life to an old piece that is too rundown to use for its intended purpose.
“Reusing the furniture for plants” — curiousarcher
Peregrine Design Build
12 Reviews
Mudroom
Ideabooks16,824
Questions8
Multi-purpose rooms make so much sense. This space answers the needs of most families: lots of storage for shoes, a place to hang a coat, leave a message, keep schedules
If you happen to be a type A personality, like me, you're going to especially love these first few images. Built-in storage is a dream and makes it possible to customize a space to exactly fit your needs. The
“handbag rack” — mowgii
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