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The fantastic aged gray on this oak flooring is really lovely. Going for that calm, timeless french country look? This would be a good choice for flooring.
Thanks to a range of possible materials for the panel inserts, these sliding doors from Modernus are insanely versatile. Use with glass to let in light, or try wood or lacquer inserts for a more defined division of space.
These folding doors have a great mid century modern feel to their design with a contemporary take. I like the idea of adding architectural interest and separation while letting light flow in.
If you're looking to make a statement in your entry way, this door definitely sets the stage. The intricate wrought iron pattern adds strength, design and delicacy to the picture for a beautiful effect.
There are enough finish and material options for this door to make your head spin, making it perfect for customizing a look to fit your particular space.
This photo doesn't do the flooring justice. It is spectacular, but with one small exception. I bought it because it had both dark- and light-stained boards, and I figured that it wouldn't be dated by choosing one finish over another. What I didn't count on was the flooring turning a wonky shade of...
If you're looking for flooring that fits that cabin chic style, then hardwood is definitely the way to go. The hand-scraped oak planks look broken-in (in a good way), kind of like your favorite jeans.
I love pocket doors for their space-saving design, but these in particular are pretty great for other reasons too. Not only does the frosted glass let in light, the etched pattern adds interest.
Natural cleft slate has tons of texture and really gives you the option natural stone at a more affordable price point. Super in entryways or mudrooms, bathrooms as well.
A rustic elegance is characteristic of this look. Elements have a handmade, forged metal quality. Some pieces look as if they were bought in antique shops.
I love this door concept for contemporary, open spaces like lofts. It give you the opportunity to create separation but maintain the open feeling of a space.
Classic as can be, this faceted glass knob is a go-to in a period feeling kitchen, mixed or used on their own.
This door has the double advantage of a nice wide, substantial profile and wonderful beveled glass to let the light in. It's a great way to add light to the entryway and make a statement.
I like the light feeling the glass panels give this door. It's a great way to create privacy while still allowing for an open feel.
This oatmeal Roman shade is 97 percent linen and 3 percent cotton. It is available with a blackout liner to keep the bedroom dark. I have versions of this in cloth and natural wood on all the bedroom windows in my home.
Who would've thought that blinds could help you save money and the environment? Hunter Douglas, blind manufacturer extraordinaire, has created a patented honeycomb construction that reduces energy loss at the window up to 50 percent. The secret is that each blind segment is a honeycomb shape, with...
This bronze tile has a great industrial feel to it that would compliment a contemporary setting. Even though it's dark, the finish brings a light to any space it's used in.
Custom 2 1/4" solid cypress doors. Door cores are reclaimed from the scrap from the roof framing. Hardware is custom made exposed track, farm style in stainless steel.
Curtains, curtains and more curtains! I don't think I can stress enough how quickly and easily a set of curtains can change the entire look of a space, especially a dining room. I love these ikat panels from West Elm because their pattern is just enough to be interesting without being overpowering.
Years ago I had a bad experience with bamboo floors: They showed every dent and divet. But I understand the product has improved, so this beautiful honey-toned flooring is now a good option.
I like that these windows can be mixed together in multiple numbers to create non-traditional bay or bow windows. This really allows you to create a unique architectural and design feature in your home while flooding the space with light.
Composed of modular panels, this door system can open things up and conversely, close them off. Light and self-closing, this system can help create a new series of convertible spaces in a large open floor plan.
Enjoy the delicate beauty of flowers in your room each day with this splendid sheer curtain. The morning sun will create a delightful diffusion of light through the floral pattern.
Add drama to a modern space with this monochromatic knob that reflects light in every direction. The mosaic square is made of chrome and measures 1 1/4 inches across.
I love white penny tile. It serves as the perfect backdrop for woodwork and is a natural approach to decor. Imagine a rustic vanity or bath cabinet resting on this beautiful flooring. It’s sure to brighten up any space, and it offers a slightly vintage feel and feels airy and light.
I love the geometric craftsman design in this stained glass window. I think windows like this are a great way to add architectural and overall design interest to hallways, stairwells or above bookcases.
If your porch gets the afternoon sun, you may want to add drapery to filter out some of the light. I looked around for some on rings, but grommets seem to be the norm.
Ths gorgeous door is available in transparent or opal safety glass, which allows you to borrow natural light from one room to the next, and if you choose, keep an open view from one room to the next.
I love the how practical and simple Roman shades are. This creamy hue lets a diffused morning sun light sneak into your bedroom and wake you up.
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