325 store Hall Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sproule-Rowen
Ideabooks7,176
Questions7
You can choose a hue from a nearby paint chip, pick the next color up or down on the same paint chip, or even have the same color mixed at the paint store with white added to make a lighter version. The beauty of this method is that, while it will give your home interest and depth, you also can rest assured
You can choose a hue from a nearby paint chip, pick the next color up or down on the same paint chip, or even have the same color mixed at the paint store with white added to make a lighter version.
You can choose a hue from a nearby paint chip, pick the next color up or down on the same paint chip, or even have the same color mixed at the paint store with white added to make a lighter version. The beauty of this method is that, while it will give your home interest and depth, you also can rest assured
“Nice.” — galescoupons
Joan Heaton Architects
Vermont Farmhouse
Ideabooks6,510
Questions3
Smaller crocks can hold kitchen utensils or flowers, while the larger ones are perfect for storing umbrellas or rolls of wrapping paper.
Very large pieces of stoneware, such as this 15-gallon vessel used to store umbrellas in an entry, may have handles.
“Love the bench” — sinkhouse5456
Modern Hall
Ideabooks4,536
Questions4
Great way to store books and utilize normally unused space.
interesting way to store/display books! and note horizontal railing
how to store cds
“The ceiling lights” — Lívia Gomes
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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Joanna Madden
Ideabooks1,221
Questions1
Love this for storing my antique plates.
perhaps a way to store serving pieces
Decorate and store
“Interesting storage for trays, would like to have this in a butlers pantry.....” — elsa58
Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
1 Review
Mountain View Hallway
Ideabooks2,971
Questions3
Those are custom acrylic frames. Try your local plastics store: Have a hole drilled in each corner of the acrylic sheet, as well as the artwork (here Japanese Chiyogami paper), and pull tight with wire. Voilà!
not necessarily the style but consider the paper from creamers store for lanterns
custom runner with unexpected edges. Grab a box of Prismacolor pencils and plan designs like this one on graph paper before hitting the carpet tile store.
“Bathroom” — smiodek
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
Ideabooks7,071
Questions11
Hello, a pocket door can be purchased at any building supply store like BMC. The hardware (track and trucks) are Hafele.
consider a low-cost alternative to refinishing: Apply a fresh topcoat of nonyellowing polyurethane, found in the flooring section of a home improvement store. Be sure to very lightly sand the floors with a pole sander and fine-grit sandpaper. No heavy sanding is necessary here. You are just looking to knock
“Great Nelson Bench” — helenjamjam
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Ideabooks2,125
Questions3
use the proper hanging equipment. Don't be afraid to ask questions at the gallery or shop where you are buying the art, or from your local hardware store.
“Like the color of these steel bars on the windows” — lynettelewis
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
True Residence
Ideabooks2,876
Questions4
detailwork can go a long way in bringing the original luster of a vintage piece back.If you’re unsure of which products to use, a visit to your local tack store or an email to an online tack shop should result in some quality guidance.
“Simple wood framing on doors” — tamwal59
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