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Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
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heart and brain of our home."
heart and brain of our home." Refrigerator, microwave: Elmira Stove Works; lights: Quoizel; cabinets: Kitchen Tune-Up
heart and brain of our home."Refrigerator, microwave: Elmira Stove Works; lights: Quoizel; cabinets: Kitchen Tune-Up
“Victorian inspiration” — Chelsye Evans
Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
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in your brain that increase appetite, and there's a measure of scientific evidence to back that up. However, that's no reason to shy away. "Red can really make a statement and warm up a room," Williams says. If you're not sure you want that much stimulation, start small by sprinkling in accents such as
“Coloured cabinets” — rdc623
ANNA CARIN Design
Mill Hill Terrace
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precoffee brain-fog time. Clear off a section of a counter near the stove or an outlet, depending on what you need for your coffee brewing method. Gather your coffeemaker, kettle, coffee beans, grinder, coffee filters and cups. Also keep any add-ins you like at hand — I avoid sugar in my coffee, but a scoop
“black marble backsplash with white veins” — Kristine Kakuno
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A Lakeside Contemporary Spreads its Wings
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causing your brain to take in an overload of visual information as your eyes scan your environment, whether you know it's happening or not. Using solid doors lets you shut everything off to create smooth surfaces and less distraction.
“cabinets -- wall to wall” — silverschmidts
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Melissa & Guillermo
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“Spooky stuff in jars” — Hank Gill
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Melissa & Guillermo
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Sarah Greenman © 2012 Houzz
“Jars with decoration” — darioqgarcia
Tess Fine
Bruce Rosenbaum
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creative brain to marry the past with the present, form with function, art with science," says Bruce.
creative brain to marry the past with the present, form with function, art with science," says Bruce.
“cool” — Nadia DeRouen
Urban Design Associates
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Organic Southwest
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but my brain cannot get around living in this kitchen for more than a week.
“Kitchen” — sidsum4
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