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Lauren Ostrow Interior Design, Inc
13 Reviews
Bedroom 3
Ideabooks11,258
Questions11
I like the built in shelves for our living room
I like the shade of green. it gives it a earthy feeling, like living in a garden.
“Sophias Room” — Alma Ventura
Younique Designs
2 Reviews
Teen Girls Bath and Bedroom San Antonio, TX
Ideabooks21,586
Questions23
living room
“pink chair” — vicky1992
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: New York City
Ideabooks340
Questions2
cut basketballs. Closed storage is kept to a minimum, even in the boys' room. In order to prevent clutter, objects are given away when they have lived out their use by the family. "We hate clutter", says Cortney. "We have no problem getting rid of anything... It's just stuff." Photo: Adrienne DeRosa
“Wall art.” — riseham
Robeson Design
13 Reviews
Robeson Design Kids Bonus room
Ideabooks7,066
Questions7
Living room- big couch, storage
“Boys room” — daniela01
BDR Executive Custom Homes
Beach side House
Ideabooks1,748
Questions2
Make it for living marassi
“This is awesome!!!” — Lesli Peek
Soucie Horner, Ltd.
Metropolitan Grace
Ideabooks24
Questions0
restful interiors of this heart-of-the-city home are an antidote to urban living, and busy professional lives. As well, they’re an ode to enduring style that will accommodate the changing needs of the young family who lives here. Photos by June Suthigoseeya
“Want the maps” — erinliz615
Lennar Raleigh
The Salter II
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Boy's bedroom in the Salter II at Kitts Creek in Morrisville, NC. NEXT GEN "The Home within a Home." Multi-generational living is going to be more popular than ever, and the Salter II won’t disappoint.
multi-generational living
Dona Rosene Interiors
14 Reviews
Mirage Residence
Ideabooks532
Questions2
Great idea of our living room windows, then to tie it into an ottoman coffee table...even better.
living room 1
“Love!” — DeLana Henry
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