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Eclectic Living Room
Ideabooks2,767
Questions6
assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).” “That proportion assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't
Height As a rule of thumb, choose a shade that's two-thirds the height of the base. That proportion assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).
Height As a rule of thumb, choose a shade that's two-thirds the height of the base. That proportion assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).
“مابين الدرايش” — hmd5
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,205
Questions6
Style Secret: Overscale Art Walls in contemporary rooms don't usually have much in the way of adornment: no heavy moldings, no plate collections, no family photo groupings. So they're a perfect foil for large works of art that shine best amid gallery-style simplicity
Style Se­cret: Over­scale Art Walls in con­tem­po­rary rooms don't usu­ally have much in the way of adorn­ment: no heavy mold­ings, no plate col­lec­tions, no fam­ily photo group­ings. So they're a per­fect foil for large works of art that
Walls in contemporary rooms don't usually have much in the way of adornment: no heavy moldings, no plate collections, no family photo groupings. So they're a perfect foil for large works of art that shine best amid gallery-style simplicity
“Space” — Joel Tirinanzi
Van H. Robinson
Chicago Single Family Residence Living Room
Ideabooks2,307
Questions4
One thing to be careful about is that armoires with single doors (especially if equipped with a big, heavy mirror like this one) can tip over on you when you open the door. If it’s filled with heavy things, this isn’t a problem. But if not, you might want to secure it to the wall using one of those
One thing to be careful about is that armoires with single doors (especially if equipped with a big, heavy mirror like this one) can tip over on you when you open the door. If it’s filled with heavy things, this isn’t a problem. But if not, you might want to secure it to the wall using one of those
“Lov this amour” — 1robbinrene
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks2,339
Questions2
replacement if a part becomes damaged. Pros: Even, prolonged heat; decorative classic design; replaceable components. Cons: Long heat-up times; heavy weight; higher maintenance; higher price. Choosing between steel and cast iron often comes down to economics. Given the same funds, purchasing a steel
Heavy duty. This intense, vintage style is strictly for heating — you won't be able to view the flames since there's no glass on the doors. Heavy-duty construction means money saved on the heat bill. Tip: Use piles of firewood
“Wood buring stove” — wendie17
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Study
Ideabooks3,694
Questions5
Stuart. "It was easy to convince her that we were going to do something amazing."True to his word, Stuart and his team created a jaw-dropping, pattern-heavy space swathed in Kiely's iconic multistem motif. He then pulled directly from the wallpaper's leaf colors to design the custom built-in units and floating
Stuart. ‘It was easy to convince her that we were going to do something amazing.’True to his word, Stuart and his team created a jaw-dropping, pattern-heavy space covered in Kiely’s iconic multistem motif. He then took inspiration directly from the wallpaper’s leaf colours to design the bespoke built-in
“cozy with all around wallpaper and built in shelves painted.” — Jennifer Duckworth
L.Pumpa Designs
2 Reviews
W Boston
Ideabooks4,691
Questions10
the walls or ceiling, and choose double- or triple-pane windows to block street noise. Layers of textiles, like thick, fluffy rugs on the floors and heavy drapes, can also help buffer sound.Quiet, Please! How to Cut Noise Pollution at Home
the walls or ceiling, and choose double- or triple-pane windows to block street noise. Layers of textiles, like thick, fluffy rugs on the floors and heavy drapes, can also help buffer sound.
“Love the color of the walls” — rala2012
Lucy and Company
61 Reviews
lucy and company
Ideabooks14,012
Questions27
sofa with a subtle overall pattern. As a rule, synthetic fabrics are more durable, colorfast and cleanable. Tightly woven fabrics and fabrics that are heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will leather. Avoid satins, brocades and damasks unless the sofa won't get much use.
with a subtle overall pattern. As a rule, synthetic fabrics are more durable, colourfast and cleanable. Tightly woven fabrics and fabrics that are heavy will stand up to wear and tear better, as will leather. Avoid satins, brocades and damasks unless the sofa won’t get much use.
“livingroom” — jturse13
Bonesteel Trout Hall
1 Review
Pacific Palisades IV
Ideabooks628
Questions2
speaks volumes. Consider the scale of both beams and room. You don't want the beams to feel too heavy for the space.Tip: Install additional lighting right in the beams. This can be useful if you want to hang a heavy pendant light and the ceiling joists don't line up.
“Piano and chairs layout” — Stephenie Hanschka
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