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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks27,384
Questions18
sit on? Doing similar install in small space
what to do first. Choose one small thing you can do every day and then just do it. Look around. Start with what’s visible. What messes do you see? Are the counters cluttered? Clear them off and then make keeping them clear and wiping them down every night a commitment. Once that’s a habit, move to another
able to do it. And even by how soon you find you can’t not do it. That’s when things get exciting.Don’t worry about the rest. The impulse is to go all-out, but you need to ignore this. You’ve lived with this mess (figurative or actual) for some time; you can let it go a little longer. Once you’ve tackled
trying to do everything at once (see the absurd string of resolutions above) is setting yourself up for failure. If you want to organize your home, you need to start with one room, and even then you’ll want to narrow your focus.Choose an exercise. What’s the small habit you’re going to make? If you decided
“Reclaimed” — chloejsala
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks18,983
Questions10
morning , do you have this beautiful sink in the color Blue ? thank you
choice or do they also clean up better?
things to do every single day. Right now I'm working on wiping down the master bathroom sinks. Some days I do it in the morning, others I don't hit them until bedtime, and some days I forget altogether, but I get to them the next day and they stay tidy.
room, but do make sure the scale is right — typically, it shouldn't extend beyond the width of the vanity.
3. Do it every day. If you make whatever you're working on a daily habit, your likelihood of success will be so much greater. Those of us who are Not Naturally Organized tend to be all or nothing in our home-keeping endeavors. We'll let areas go for weeks (months! years!) until we can't take it anymore
“céramique du plancher pouvant être placées sur le mur, robinetterie” — wwwrodolphe
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mimi and Eric
Ideabooks13,734
Questions3
night. To do: While imagining your perfect day at home, be sure to explore with all of your senses — what do you see, hear, smell, touch and taste throughout the day? Who else is there? What do you do?
“Love the plants” — lorisue12
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Eric H. Gjerde AIA
6 Reviews
View from Walnut Street
Ideabooks22,057
Questions29
Do you have pictures of bedrooms, bathrooms, back yard, grarage?
How many bedrooms and bathrooms does this house have? Do you have pictures of the bedrooms, bathrooms, back yard, garage?
do you know the square footage of this house?
need to do a pave walkway but can't decide on the color. I need something that doesn't take away from the yellow.
question: Do you know of an asphault shingle brand that will not turn black/dark after 5 or 6 years. We put Tamco shingles on our house 7 years ago and it is already turning. Almost all of the newer architect type shingles seam to turn. We've asked the local roofing salesmen and no one seems to be able
house. Do you have the floor plan?
college guys do a thorough cleanup: beds cleaned out and mulched, trees pruned, shrubs trimmed and the lawn raked within an inch of its life and mowed. The lack of a massive spring cleanup was my first cause for alarm. Next, holes began to appear in the lawn of the side yard. This yard was small and melted
“Shrubs” — ashleyshaner
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Richland, OR: Connie and Obbie
Ideabooks1,570
Questions2
Tell us: Do you have any touchy-feely, stinky or talkative plants you’d suggest? Do you have any experience using the above plants in a sensory garden for children? More: Butterfly Gardening: Delight the Eyes With Living Sculptures
What do you like about this photo? Flowers
Tell us: Do you have any touchy-feely, stinky or talkative plants you’d suggest? Do you have any experience using the above plants in a sensory garden for children?More: Butterfly Gardening: Delight the Eyes With Living Sculptures
What do you love about gardening? CA: I didn't know I liked gardening until I had space to garden. This place is called Richland for a reason. The soil is amazing. First I started a little perennial garden, and then I just went crazy and started digging everywhere. I don't know anything about gardening
“I want to live here.” — sdnewell
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2011 - Artist's Retreat
Ideabooks11,925
Questions9
looking to do something similar to this post which is quite beautiful
windows do not conflict visually with the other house windows
do NOT like this. what is missing?
inviting? Do you want it to feel elegant, cozy, casual? Start a list that you can add to over the month as you think of things you need.Order your turkey early, especially if you are planning to get a heritage bird (they do sell out).Choose recipes and figure out who will be making what.Do a walk-through
“Porch” — callaber
MAC Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Dune View
Ideabooks19,350
Questions14
So why do we have hallways? Of course, sometimes nothing else will do. Most of the time, you have to have some way to get to all the rooms in your house. But that doesn't mean a hallway can't function as another space. A great way to deal with a hallway is to give it a second purpose. Maybe it can be
where do you fit that much-needed study area? Free up a wall by consolidating beds (with bunks or daybeds), then use that free wall for one long, shared desk. It may be helpful to put a partition between each child's area ... otherwise there may be some serious turf wars over desk space.Create a Study
“bunks” — shaunnyc
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Ideabooks64,287
Questions41
If so, do the homeowners like the counter top depth or do they wish it were deeper for more food prep space?
And do you have to seal it often?
will do one for the local builders too). also i see the grey you said you use and although i could come close on my own do you remember what the blue you used right next to the tile work and across the ceiling?? It is in the picture showing the island and the Dark grey cabinets in the background. Thank
this. Do you have a reference? I'm in the NE and wonder if it is from that area given the site of the reclamation?
like to do preliminary walk-throughs with the contractors once the schematic designs are done so we can get some ballpark estimates and find out if we're on the right track or need to pull back some to fit the budget.What to Look for in a Contractor's ContractStep 8: Get ready for demoThe big day is upon
“wooden island countertop” — etart
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