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20th century's "mid-century modern" furniture boom, as seen in SFGirlByBay's home.
For furniture longevity and mobility, choosing a
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New YorkThe abundant charm of this home makes visitors forget they’re in an apartment unit. Schofield kept multipurpose function in mind with the furniture and layout. See more of this home
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Port Washington Residence
The bed, headboard and nightstand in the master bedroom are all one piece of furniture, designed by ways2design and fabricated by DCL Furniture. The shelf on the right side of the bed can fold up and out of sight or stay down for use as a nightstand. Artwork: Frank Arnold; lamps: Signal, Jieldé; curtains:
white paint and bold, colorful furniture and accessories.
Paint it: Brick spaces made for kids and play can be made much friendlier for little ones with white paint and bold, colourful furniture and accessories.
It's The Little Things...
It's The Little Things That Make A House A Home
6. Furniture placement. Instead of having guests entering between the opening, placing a furniture here helps define the dining area and acts as a console table for the foyer.
Caitlin Moran Interiors
drawn to bright, clear colors? Deep, glossy and glamorous ones? Soothing neutrals? Color transcends styles, so you may find you prefer traditional furniture mixed with bold colors and patterns. If you are getting hung up on which colors to choose, go through your favorite tear sheets or Houzz photos focusing
drawn to bright, clear colours? Deep, glossy and glamorous ones? Soothing neutrals? Colour transcends styles, so you may find you prefer traditional furniture mixed with bold colours and patterns. If you are getting hung up on which colours to choose, go through your favourite tear sheets or Houzz photos
includes family heirlooms, such as the bird tile.Cabinetry: T and C Joinery; chairs: replica Eames, Matt Blatt; light: Mega Bulb Pendant, Great Dane Furniture; salt and pepper grinder: Eva Solo, Top 3
Contemporary Family Room
Built-ins, like this bed, take up a smaller footprint than freestanding pieces of furniture. And because the furniture is part of the surrounding architecture, it takes up less visual space as well. Plus, you can get the benefit of extra storage.