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Steel Modern Fireplace
Ideabooks3,000
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Work with what you have. This space was designed by the incredible Antonio Martins as a part of a remodel. Rather than deal with an expensive, time-consuming demolition, Martins commissioned Scott Adkins of Redwood City, California's Profab Metal Design. Adkins situated a new steel fireplace surround over
“Fireplace” — kristyelies
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
5 Reviews
My Houzz: The Perpetual Reno
Ideabooks548
Questions2
Drywalling our bedroom can wait." — homeowner Michelle TemporaleThis was such a refreshing statement. It's OK to let your home go or put off time-consuming restoration projects when your free time with family is so precious.Full story: Raw Aesthetics Rule in a Toronto Family Home
“Floors” — Sarah Helmer
Annette English
Manhattan Beach Sanctuary
Ideabooks8,638
Questions12
1. Clear off the mantel. If your mantel is consumed with knicknacks, clear it and begin with a fresh start. Search your home for a piece of art that makes a statement and assign it as your new focal point. Keep secondary accents to a minimum.
“Coffee table” — hskragt
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
Ideabooks12,552
Questions22
ry design fair. Mingle with design professionals, discover the latest from product exhibitors, attend workshops and meet with other design-savvy consumers and media. Not to miss is the 3rd annual "Conversations in Design" symposium featuring 12 international "Trailblazers and Trendspotters." The symposium
“Couches for family room” — gretchencase
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Dafna Zilafro
Ideabooks31,853
Questions14
elsewhere. I had trouble syncing the system when I tried it at home. It's a great idea but not quite ready for the mass market. Audio companies know that consumers want wireless products and are developing them as quickly as possible. But achieving a quality product is a lot more difficult than we'd like. As
“סלון” — 210276
CCI Renovations
8 Reviews
Canterbury
Ideabooks826
Questions3
has been called “working art” since first exhibited in 1949 at the Detroit Institute of Arts museum. Post World War II hailed the beginnings of the consumer revolution in America – a time when people began buying masses of goods and consequently needed storage and display spaces for these goods. Eames’s
“Frame with black border” — allanafrankel
CITYDESKSTUDIO, Inc.
4 Reviews
Golden Valley Mid Century Remodel
Ideabooks477
Questions1
This would be time consuming, but cool
“Fireplace” — vancityliving
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
a country house
Ideabooks1,568
Questions1
space consuming
“Buffet” — sofiavianag
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