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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Jeanie Engelbach
Engelbach positioned the sofa and box bench seating facing each other to allow for conversation, TV viewing and entertaining. “Floating the living room in the center of the space allows me to see and appreciate the dining room, library and foyer all from the sofa,” she says.
“fun colors and space” — boyerred
Klang & Associates
Rustic Modern
Pair garden stools or other accent tables in place of a coffee table.
“Color matches” — swmurfree
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
out the key concepts – what they like about it. So rather than painting everything orange, I’ll look at the shapes, the way things interact with each other – it’s about the subtleties rather than what’s obvious.’
“Love colours” — pete_jod
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
as accidents occur, and clean the surface using a damp mop and timber floor cleaning solution, when necessary.As well as regular cleaning, there are other ways you can protect your floors so they look and feel good underfoot for years to come: lay down rugs or mats in busy areas, stick felt pads under
“woodwork2” — Saravana Anantha
Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Double upWho would have thought that a window treatment could be so clever? These double tier, top-and-bottom shutters can open independently of each other so you can control the light and privacy levels as you wish.
“Upper and lower shutters.” — sdw714
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Basement Renovation
A collection arranged from tallest to largest is a collection among other neat objects in this room.
“Not a very deep built in.” — ajim88
Amelia Bennett
Thinking about scale
Now we enter the world of top treatments. Swags and jabots are at the other end of the spectrum from curtains: They are inherently and irrevocably formal in feel. The horizontal portion that swoops across the top is the swag
“curtains” — wendybs
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Oregon Coast Home
build an entire home theatre in order to enjoy a night at the flicks. Frame your favourite movie posters on the wall and line sofas one behind the other for an equally epic home cinema.
“We have to go a step” — suzyt73
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