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Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Kellogg Road Residence
Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors; Build by REFINED, LLC; Photography by Troy Thies Photography; Styling by Shannon Gale
availability and pricing, please contact us directly at design@oharainteriors.com. Thanks! Best of luck, - Martha O'Hara Interiors oharainteriors.com
This Osbourne & Little wallpaper is available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. Contact us at design@oharainteriors.com for pricing. Thanks!
You can contact us directly for details. Thanks! Martha O'Hara Interiors design@oharainteriors.com
That rug came through our showroom. You can contact us directly for details. Thanks! Martha O'Hara Interiors design@oharainteriors.com
tile floor. There are tons of options when it comes to ceramic tiles. Your local showroom should be able to help you find something like this for your home! Best of luck, Martha O'Hara Interiors oharainteriors.com
“bench and storage for shoes hats etc” — Jenny Hood Harris
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Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Urban Living - Pacific Heights
JDG designed the interiors of this smartly tailored Pacific Heights home for a client with a great eye for art, antiques and custom furnishings. Photos by Matthew Millman
I love the fullness of the stools, and the fun fabric. Where are they from, or are they a custom design from your firm?
The stools are from Edward Ferrell & Lewis Mittman and are upholstered in Galbraith and Paul's design Mountains in black.
simpleness but beauty of the designs
round tsble and hockers underneath good for small room
STYLIST TRICK #4 TO A DECORATOR LOOK Use greenery to create height. Branches and tall blooms are elegant ways to create dimension in small spaces or enhance a heigh ceiling. Set your cuttings
I like the idea of a small table and chairs with appeal to read/write/mark papers/etc. this kind if space can be made beautiful when not in use but then converted to a super useful space as needed.
“Great center piece/table!” — brockandmonica
Jacob Lilley Architects
Mud Room
Mud Room Ideas We Love at Design Connection, Inc. | Kansas City Interior Design http://www.DesignConnectionInc.com
Small cubbies and use of baskets to organize
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Shoe ZoneTaking your shoes off at the door not only feels great — your floors will stay cleaner. Even if it's nothing but a designated spot beyond the door, having a place to kick off your shoes is key. But if your entryway feels overrun with footwear, establish a system to keep the amount to a minimum
“rangement” — isabelleaube
Terra Nova Construction
4 Reviews
Entry Foyer
of open space in the molding. Proportions are great and want to do the same in my home
First house! It's very small only 850 square feet. I LOVE the openness if the living room and dinning area and kitchen
gut/renovation of a 80+ year old home. These balusters, whether original to the home or added at some point during it's lifespan, were salvaged and refinished as part of the project. After doing some quick searching though, I did find a product that is close in design: "Sheraton Wood Twist Balusters
maintaining its color and laid nicely on the original trim of this old home. If you have any other questions we'd be happy to help you out!
Yes, that is a door built-in to the wood paneling underneath the stairs. Good catch on the small knob, that is about the only way you can tell that there is a door
“Stairs” — grange4
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Green Oaks Atherton
We are working on our dream home
appreciate your interest in this design. In answer to the question regarding plans for sale, its not something I typically do. The focus of my practice is providing a service for people like you, who are looking to build their dream home. I work with property owners to create a design that meets their vision
thanks for your question and I appreciate your interest in this design. In answer to your question regarding plans for sale, I'm actually in business to provide a service, not a product. I work with property owners to create a design that meets their vision for a specific property. 'Floor Plans' are
for. The images you see on Houzz are posted to inspire you, and show what can be achieved. If you'd like to find out more about how we can apply our design expertise on your behalf, please contact me via email or telephone. Regards, Ellis A. Schoichet AIA 650.343.3452 or info@EASAarchitecture.com
“n” — sierra1646
Alexander Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Minneapolis Residence
very similar layout to our century home
Entrance area and small window in the door
love how the arched entry way, pillars, and small ledges divide this from the
Small jut outs, defines small entry
small half wall separates foyer
Great Small Entranceway
Alexander Design Group, Inc.
Entry design
“para puertas de los cuartos o principal” — marcela8
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Erie Custom Home
Bench design, baskets. small charging station, storage drawers
Simple, small space design.
Bench with small desk area
Small space entrance
The small storage cabinet set
Erie Custom Home
“Bench design, baskets. small charging station, storage drawers” — ldorr
Zoe Feldman Design, Inc.
Georgetown Townhouse
In response to another pic, the designer wrote "Farrow and Ball Cornforth White in modern emulsion finish--the entry, living room and stairs are all the same color"
In this small entryway the radiator cover is even used to it's full potential.
Dilemma: An Extremely Narrow HallWith an entryway this narrow, a table (or even floating shelf) is out of the question. Use what little floor space is available to wrangle umbrellas in a chic holder, and attach a few small hooks to the wall to hold keys. Design details: In a tiny
“Window covering” — trish_engman
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