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Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Phinney Ridge House 2
Ideabooks1,151
Questions2
table out from the center to add leaves,” she says, “it’s generally easier — not only to extend and retract, but you also don’t have to find a place to store those extra leaves. This is a good option if you're constantly expanding and reducing the table.”
table out from the center to add leaves,” she says, “it’s generally easier — not only to extend and retract, but you also don’t have to find a place to store those extra leaves. This is a good option if you're constantly expanding and reducing the table.”See more on extendable dining tables
“light fixture” — holliclark
gosto design & lifestyle
Eemnes home
Ideabooks3,400
Questions5
Vinyl lace tablecloth for Betsy - get it at local fabric store and hem with some Stitch Witchery
Vinyl cuts like this are great for high-traffic dining rooms and often have more of an edgy, modern feel than traditional lace. Ask your local fabric store for samples of vinyl lace. Get a few yards cut of your favorite fabric and have the edges hemmed at your dry cleaner, or do it on your own with a little
“Madera” — cristinabotero
Jennifer Hagler
My House
Ideabooks2,431
Questions2
Hagler's dining room is subtle but bold in her signature crisp black and white palette. Ikea sideboards store essential dishes, while decorative items are put on display on shelves. "I like simple things," says Hagler. "Too much color overwhelms me, so it
Hagler's dining room is subtle but bold in her signature crisp black and white palette. Ikea sideboards store essential dishes, while decorative items are put on display on shelves. "I like simple things," says Hagler. "Too much color overwhelms me, so it seemed
“Mesa” — fernardini
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Glass staircase
Ideabooks7,285
Questions5
Great stairs reminds me of apple store
This is like the glass stair at the iconic 5th Avenue Apple Store. Not for the faint of heart.
“Glass stairs” — justintime79
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
Ideabooks8,460
Questions9
art. If you have a piece of fabric that begs to be hung as art, it's easy to make it happen. Pick up canvas stretchers or a blank canvas at an art store, and use a staple gun to attach your fabric."
art. If you have a piece of fabric that begs to be hung as art, it's easy to make it happen. Pick up canvas stretchers or a blank canvas at an art store, and use a staple gun to attach your fabric.
“Canvas” — k_still
Garland Mill
Lancaster Net Zero Home
Ideabooks532
Questions1
Dining 15. Use real dishes and cloth napkins every day. 16. Try an alternative to plastic wrap. Place a plate on top of a bowl to store leftovers in the fridge or purchase reusable dish covers.
Dining15. Use real dishes and cloth napkins every day.16. Try an alternative to plastic wrap. Place a plate on top of a bowl to store leftovers in the fridge or purchase reusable dish covers.
“Dining room” — ntimmeriv
Donahoe Group
Private Residence 1045
Ideabooks5,091
Questions12
traditionally used for barn doors. If you search sliding barn doors online you'll get lots of options. Also, you can check your local farm supply store and find hardware that is often less expensive.
DoorsIf you want your hammered metal to really move, then a door may be in store for you. Evocative of a door in a streamliner, this one is hammered tin laid over a wood substrate.
“Polished floor” — nyqba
Patty Kennedy Interiors, LLC
Seacoast rustic modern kitchen
Ideabooks10,119
Questions3
I store the pot lids in a rack in the bottom cabinet drawer.
preference; some people like the look of hanging pots and pans, and others prefer a clean, uncluttered look. If you don't cook often, I'd recommend storing your pots and pans in a pantry or closed cabinet, so they don't collect grease and dust.
“Wonderful space saver for small kitchen area.” — kathwoll
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