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8 Reviews
Craft Room
Ideabooks18,908
Questions12
Create activity-specific zones. If you plan to use your space for multiple activities, delegate specific areas for them. For example, if you love to sew, make a sewing corner. If you have a child
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Charlie Barnett Associates
Presidio Heights Residence
Ideabooks27,407
Questions11
Plan for windows. The last thing you want in a room where you’ll be spending hours upon hours is the absence of ample light. Natural light in particular can have a direct impact on mood and motivation. “For a successful conversion of an attic into a home office, the room should allow for a well-proportioned
“window” — jb3asl3y
Alexander James Interiors
Beechwood Manor
Ideabooks1,799
Questions3
Take in the viewBay windows create a purpose-built space for a desk and seating in an open-plan living room. Not only will the office location benefit from maximum daylight and an inspiring view, the shape of the bay forms a natural visual cocoon around the furniture to help separate it from the rest
“escalera para la biblioteca.” — jessicaglezf
Jackson Cabinetry LLC
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,823
Questions2
other week, or for the refrigerator to be cleaned out once a month, write it down. It may take an additional 30 minutes up front, but it will make the plan clear to people who don’t live in your brain — like your spouse, kids or (if you’re lucky) housekeeper. Documenting the systems that work for your
“Color” — armcow23
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Woodchuck Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks6,699
Questions6
here as a separate task. When making your budget, of course you’ll begin with what you can afford and how the cost of your house fits in with your plans for the future. When you’re ready to get down to details, include everything that will go into the project: the cost of the land, fees and taxes, design
“this works, I love the office in the kitchen” — morriedezara
Sylvia Martin
1 Review
Sylvia Martin
Ideabooks6,403
Questions7
Remember, unless you go the faux hide route, cowhides are a natural product. No hide is the same. If you plan to purchase a hide online or by catalog, be aware that not all hides will look the same as the product shots. Many hide websites have a catalog of images where they have photographed every single
“Drapes” — gee_
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Domicile id
Ideabooks36,893
Questions21
Similar to getting organized, you'll want to have realistic expectations when thinking about going paperless. If you don't plan toss the papers once they're scanned, your new system won't work. And even if you request every bill reminder to come by way of email, know that there
“diakosmitiko gia grafeio” — Voula Mikr
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Library
Ideabooks16,722
Questions12
" he says. "The day before the sheetrock was to go in, I was on site and could see that these raised dormers would be an improvement to my original plans; because the workers were there, I found out the cost of creating them was minimal." The change was made on the fly, and these added angles bounce the
“Tafel” — brysonic
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