72 Educational Living Design Photos

Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Denver Country Club Home
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2. We go through a rigorous education and training process, just like other pros. Certifications are one way to check that an interior designer is qualified to take on your project, says Schumacher. “Another way to qualify an interior designer is to look at their education and make sure it matches up
up with what they do for a living,” she adds. Take into account both a design-related education and professional certification to get the fullest picture of your interior designer’s qualifications. Schumacher, for example, has a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Colorado State University, studied
“Paneling” — erinstrong
Homestead Construction
2 Reviews
Hilda Worthington Smith, Historical Restoration
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beam above the mantel, the sweet space wears its heart on its sleeve, so to speak. Later, Hilda Worthington Smith, a renowned educator, turned the house into a school that educated female immigrants. Today, after undergoing a complete restoration by Homestead Construction, it serves as a couples’ retreat
“Coffee table” — Shelly Janssen
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Real Estate photography in he Bay Area SF
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educational touches, rich
“Blinds for arched window” — jermfultz
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Louise Lakier
1 Review
library
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Higher education
“Caits library” — kmwood87
Works Photography Inc.
Works Photography Inc.
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What Determines the PriceThe artist. An artist's career, popularity and scope of work have a big impact on a piece's price. Look at the artist's education, past exhibitions and sales history. Many artists base their prices on what previous pieces have sold for. "Some artists purposefully price their
“Layout” — graceyko
ACR Villa Skovly
Bestumveien
Ideabooks3,601
Questions8
design eras the structure has survived, including Carrara marble and antique furniture."The project management of historical houses usually involves educating everyone involved in the project," says Ranke. "I try to keep as much of the historical elements at all times, but sometimes it is necessary to improve
“lightness” — cmarleau
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
While at CHil Design Group
Ideabooks19,316
Questions9
leather on the chair in the foreground at the very bottom of the photo is definitely not your cheap, bi-cast or bonded leather. Take a little time to educate yourself on the grades of leather. Tip: Mix the "high" with the "low." I know we don't all have the budget to use $300-per-yard designer fabrics, high-end
“Mountains” — phantombeatz09
Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC
31 Reviews
LINDENWOOD CIRCLE
Ideabooks3,684
Questions10
inspiring. Austin is one of the most amazing cities in the United States; it's an incredible town that has a healthy mix of government, technology and education. And the landscape is so picturesque; we are nestled in the Texas Hill Country and a branch of the Colorado River, which makes for spectacular sunsets
“Colors, not style” — marilynjones3
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