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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Leawood Residence
Ideabooks2,880
Questions6
yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window. Don't skimp.
don't skimp on drapes fabric yardage that's 2.5 times the width of the window
half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only), you can get away with fabric twice as wide as the window. Don't skimp.
If choosing drapery, don't skimp on fabric. Go 2 to 2 1/2 times width of window
rods - also for fixed side panels need fabric 2 times width of window
Professionals use fabric yardage that's two and a half to three times the width of the window for fully functional drapes. With fixed side panels (for show only)
“colors” — arlac
Temple Blake Limited
1 Review
West London refurbishment
Ideabooks1,236
Questions1
1. You’ll save time. You may not know how structural choices can impact the installation of the mechanical system. Or about options for new materials or technologies that might be cheaper, better or more appropriate than what you are familiar with. Figuring those things out takes time, and lots of it
designer with up-to-date knowledge of building science can get building projects through with the minimum number of revisions. Since each revision takes time to be completed, having fewer revisions will allow you to get your permit faster. Low-quality or incomplete documents can delay your construction. Hiring
1. You’ll save time. You may not know how structural choices can impact the installation of the mechanical system. Or about options for new materials or technologies that might be cheaper, better or more appropriate than what you are familiar with. Figuring those things out takes time, and lots of it
“Floor” — vcdesign
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Day Residence Interiors
Ideabooks4,770
Questions6
etc.— and orient the furniture accordingly. If you plan to watch television in the room, the ideal distance between the set and the seating is three times the size of the screen (measured diagonally). Therefore, if you’ve got a 40-inch set, your chair should be 120 inches away.
etc.— and orient the furniture accordingly. If you plan to watch television in the room, the ideal distance between the set and the seating is three times the size of the screen (measured diagonally). Therefore, if you’ve got a 40-inch set, your chair should be 120 inches away.
“Windows?” — alanlinda
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
Ideabooks12,551
Questions6
was a bit daunting in the beginning, this is now Weiss's favorite spot in her home. "I somehow managed to fit it in and actually add to it from time to time," she says. Sofa: Charles Series, B&B Italia Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
Visit design and art websites to see what emerging artists are doing and how art is being used in homes. Take your time. "Give yourself time to develop your own taste in art and, when the time comes, to contemplate whether you really love a piece and want to live with it," says Singleton.Think long term
of her artwork was initially daunting, this is now Weiss' favorite spot in her home. "I somehow managed to fit it in and actually add to it from time to time," she says. Sofa: Charles Series, B&B Italia
“Wall art” — malaver72
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Living and Dining
Ideabooks3,063
Questions6
To protect against pine’s tendency to yellow or darken over time, the architects lightly whitewashed, or “pickled,” the wood.
exposed trusses with lightly whitewashed pine to prevent it from darkening over time
To protect against pine’s tendency to yellow or darken over time, the architects lightly whitewashed, or “pickled,” the wood.
To protect against pine’s tendency to yellow or darken over time, the architects lightly whitewashed, or “pickled,” the wood.
“Свет” — davydova11
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Cove Road Residence
Ideabooks2,594
Questions0
Consider combining your office with an area that is never used at the same time. For many of us, it doesn't work well to be in a room where other activities are going on at the same time. It can be very hard to concentrate with the distraction of others in the space. At first glance
10. Consider combining your office with an area that is never used at the same time. For many of us, it doesn't work well to be in a room where other activities are going on at the same time. It can be very hard to concentrate with the distraction of others in the space. At first glance
10. Consider combining your office with an area that is never used at the same timeFor many of us, it doesn’t work well to be in a room where other activities are going on at the same time. It can be very hard to concentrate with the distraction of others in the same room. At first glance
“Office space built-ins” — bdwilli
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
Ideabooks3,828
Questions12
me five Why is it that every time I see a gorgeous creamy yellow, the name is never listed :( Write a comment
i really love the colors and comfort of this room. it feels done and at the same time comfortable to sink into
you get home to bed, it's getting late!"If your friends tend to stay well past what you consider closing time, tell them in advance it will need to end at a certain time.Tell us: What is your all-time best easy-entertaining tip?
go with gentle cues. If you're ready to go to bed but the guests are still going strong, try one (or more) of these friendly (yet clear) signs it's time to go.Blow out a few candlesTurn up the lights a bitMake a pot of coffeeStart packing up to-go containers if you're sharing leftoversRun the dishwasherSay
“Wall color” — stl2014
Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks1,832
Questions6
Your budget might be tight, but I’ve seen time and time again that trying to save money on design actually can cost homeowners far more in the end, in dollars and frustration. Homeowners often underestimate
save money, but we find that the best way to avoid problems in construction is to invest time with your designer or architect upfront to think about the construction process during design. This takes far less time than fixing mistakes that happen when the walls are going up. Although it isn’t often pointed
“Ventanas de vidrio, diseños” — anaraquelm
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