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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Dana Worlock
Ideabooks2,429
Questions7
Long, open spaces like this one can be tough to furnish, but these homeowners used color to create continuity in this 1940s farmhouse. Here preppy stripes work as a neutral pattern, weaving in the sunny hue from the patterned
Long, open spaces like this one can be tough to furnish, but these homeowners used color to create continuity in this 1940s farmhouse. Here preppy stripes work as a neutral pattern, weaving in the sunny hue from the patterned
“Rug” — foursunshinegirls
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Noho Loft
Ideabooks1,074
Questions4
build a collection. In the same home office shown in the previous photo, a trio of framed black and white photographs also makes an impact as the homeowner waits to acquire other meaningful pieces.
build a collection.In the same home office shown in the previous photo, a trio of framed black and white photographs also makes an impact as the homeowner waits to acquire other meaningful pieces.
“Wallpaper” — sanna32
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
Ideabooks362
Questions4
The hardwood floors in the living room are original. The previous homeowners had painted them, and they had since been stripped, but the result was not what the Johnsons wanted. "They were beautiful hardwoods, but the color
The hardwood floors in the living room are original. The previous homeowners had painted them, and they had since been stripped, but the result was not what the Johnsons wanted. "They were beautiful hardwoods, but the color had turned an orange-yellow. I didn't like that, so I decided I was going to
“põrand” — botu
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
29 Reviews
Ft. Lauderdale Interior Design - Contemporary Comfort
Ideabooks290
Questions1
The homeowners kept the original wet bar in the living room for convenience when entertaining. “Since it shares the space with the formal living room, we wanted
AFTER: The homeowners kept the original wet bar in the living room for convenience when entertaining. “Since it shares the space with the formal living room, we wanted it to feel more like a built-in and not a typical bar,” Ronderos says. Note the thick wood framing around the shelves.How to Create a
“Shape of Bar” — gloriaj0y
Josina Bergsøe
livingroom
Ideabooks1,766
Questions2
Bring some fun back into reading by thinking outside the box with your reading chair choice. Here, a homeowner takes the beanbag out of the kids' room and pairs it with a floor lamp. The delightful duo lets you sink into the beanbag for hours on end as you
Bring some fun back into reading by thinking outside the box with your reading chair choice. Here, a homeowner takes the beanbag out of the kids' room and pairs it with a floor lamp. The delightful duo lets you sink into the beanbag for hours on end as you
“side panel windows” — gloversville
Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd
Madeline Island
Ideabooks3,636
Questions5
The homeowner was wary of building anything too fancy. “She wanted it to feel very simple and relaxed,” says architect Christine Albertsson of Albertsson Hansen
The homeowner was wary of building anything too fancy. “She wanted it to feel very simple and relaxed,” says architect Christine Albertsson of Albertsson Hansen Architecture in Minneapolis, who collaborated on the home with project manager Mark Tambornino. To give the home an informal feeling, Albertsson
“living room into kitchen feel” — Janbo Jones
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
DWR Living Room Remodel
Ideabooks3,339
Questions4
These Philadelphia homeowners were the winners of our Dream Living Room sweepstakes, for which they received $16,000 in furniture from Design Within Reach, a company known for
15. These Philadelphia homeowners were the winners of our Dream Living Room sweepstakes, for which they received $16,000 in furniture from Design Within Reach, a company known for
“Coffee table” — milnemdesign
Chris Jovanelly Interior Design
14 Reviews
Living room
Ideabooks2,545
Questions7
By contrast, you can see how this homeowner chose to partially cover the windows, even though there was plenty of room for stack. It’s all a question of personal taste, and there usually is
By contrast, you can see how this homeowner chose to partially cover the windows, even though there was plenty of room for stack. It’s all a question of personal taste, and there usually is
“Drapes” — Helene Diamond
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