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Indese
P and P Marrakesh Hua Hin
Ideabooks1,118
Questions2
Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones.
Think about the traffic flow, try not to direct traffic through it but around the seating area or set up two seating areas
Decorate--5. Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room —
Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid
Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones. Try to direct traffic
“walls and ceilings” — mmcknox1
Arcanum Architecture
Mountain Home Residence
Ideabooks18,316
Questions19
new place.” If you are the guest, give your best guess about how long you may need. If you really don’t know, just ask what would work best for the host. Who will cover groceries and meals? Do you want to eat together or separately? Really think about this and come up with a plan. This may be one area where
Is this a free stay? Most people don’t like to talk about money even in the best of circumstances, but this is so important. One awkward conversation could save you years, maybe even a lifetime of conflict
the guest, and have the means, offer to pay what you can.How long will the visit last? You may not have an exact answer, but you still need to talk about it. Come up with a ballpark figure. Are you looking at days, weeks or months? Again, this may feel awkward and not very gracious, but it needs to be
“family room” — reesastrasser
About:Space, LLC
3 Reviews
Modern Coastal
Ideabooks404
Questions3
About:Space, LLC
“Rug” — scsm007
John K. Anderson Design
9 Reviews
Pacific Heights
Ideabooks82
Questions0
“I like this couch (what you can see of it), but the chairs are a little staid...rug is too busy for” — Mary Hardy
Candace Barnes
4 Reviews
Nob Hill Residence
Ideabooks488
Questions0
is a link to learn more about the bench. http://candacebarnes
“mirrors, colors” — lichele
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks7,038
Questions9
How funny, Ive seen this and thought the same....I am SO painting my old piano. I have thought about it for ages, but this room shot has convinced me!
7 tips for going minimalist:1. Begin with the end in mind. Think about how you want your home to be. Browse through the ideabooks you’ve already created and look for themes. Only after you’re clear what you’re shooting
didn’t always like me. When you get rid of things, you’ll focus on what you paid or that you still really, really love an item. You may feel shame about the money you’ve wasted, but holding onto stuff you don’t want or need is not the answer.3. Forgive yourself. When the feelings of shame surface, take
and animals, but asking yourself this in the abstract can be a helpful exercise in pointing you to what really matters. Bonus tip: Don’t speak glibly about this to people who have actually survived a fire, or you may be throttled.The 3 stages of decluttering, simplified:Sort things into “keep” “give” and
“ceiling” — Ray Gable
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
Ideabooks6,534
Questions8
7. Bright, bold pillows. The great thing about black or brown leather is that just about any-color throw pillows can work. Try changing the colors up seasonally, with fresh blues and greens in spring and summer, and
look better. Light-colored leather may stain more easily, and very delicate leather can get scratched up, but otherwise there is not much to worry about. One of my favorite leather pieces is the superversatile Moroccan pouf (shown here). Used as a footrest, a coffee table or extra seating, it can fit
“Bookcase” — grannysrb
Amelia Bennett
Thinking about scale
Ideabooks3,457
Questions3
What about below the radius transom window with scallop?
Thinking about scale
“Drapes” — reneejunette
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