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clark kitchens and construction
5 Reviews
Venice Walk Street house
Ideabooks835
Questions1
opposite each other, as this can create a traffic jam if both appliances are being used simultaneously. Also, try to keep appliances away from any corners, as corners prevent full access to the appliance, and the adjacent cabinets cannot be opened if the appliance door is also open. This applies to your cabinets
but all other cabinets should open freely without banging into another door or a drawer. 4. Pay attention to appliance and cabinetry clearances. While your goal should be to arrange your appliances into efficient work zones, watch for any awkward adjacencies. Avoid placing major appliances directly opposite
but all other cabinets should open freely without banging into another door or a drawer . 4. Pay attention to appliance and cabinetry clearances. While your goal should be to arrange your appliances into efficient work zones, watch for any awkward adjacencies. Avoid placing major appliances directly opposite
“Backsplash with blue and cream” — rnrmom22
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Eric
Ideabooks1,336
Questions3
bit? Other than that, I love it!
on the other side, 48 inches is even better, but going beyond 60 inches is too wide in most cases.
on the other side; 48 inches (122 centimeters) is even better, but going beyond 60 inches (152 centimeters) is too wide in most cases. However, if it is a U-shaped kitchen, you could get away with up to 96 inches (244 centimeters).
on the other side; 48 inches (122 centimeters) is even better, but going beyond 60 inches (152 centimeters) is too wide in most cases. However, if it is a U-shaped kitchen, you could get away with up to 96 inches (244 centimeters).Houzz Guide: How to Remodel Your Kitchen
“Privacy for a messy kitchen” — ma02ry
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks6,761
Questions9
great with other neutrals and black.
BOLE: brownish-red hue that looks like chocolate - looks good with other neutrals and black
Bole is a brownish-red hue that really looks like chocolate to me. I think bole, seen here on the walls, looks great with other neutrals and black.
Harrell Remodeling Save to Ideabook Email Photo Bole is a brownish-red hue that really looks like chocolate to me. I think bole, seen here on the walls, looks great with other neutrals and black.
great with other neutrals and black.
“Beams” — msbecca13
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Plantation Sunroom
Ideabooks42,788
Questions61
satin or other? Thanks!
We painted our room the misted fern and love it....We are getting our oak floors refinished next week and I want to go dark but I am hoping the Jacobean is not too dark......any other dark minwax stains you like? Thanks
you have other suggestions for fabric on couches and chairs?
with the other boards and don't allow the "lined" look to show. Please let me know how this look was achieved. Thanks!
pillows and other accessories. Good luck!
fan with other elements in the room. In this example, the designer brought the same bamboo-ish, woven look in with window shades.
Kick off your tropical transformation with throw pillows and other accessories, like lampshades, in patterns that remind you of hot, far-off getaways. A natural sisal rug
“Great sun room!” — jdev317
betsy burnham
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks29,058
Questions21
lot of other competing shapes, or a busier fabric print. Browse beds
Or she may go for other current popular colors, such as coral, turquoise
opposite each other on the color wheel, making them complementary colors. So, although the hues in this bedroom are more saturated, the space is in perfect harmony.
oppose each other on the color wheel work well in combination. That means oranges complement blues, purples play nicely with yellows, and reds and greens get along. Go as bold or as pale as you like — a space done in watery blues and coral oranges can look as striking as one that's drenched in sizzling tangerine
consider other options, and taking a few calculated risks in the overall design can help both designer and client think outside the box.
“Annabelle likes” — elenaaobrien
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Don Maldonado @ Chicago Green Design
Ideabooks5,725
Questions4
Faux turf mixed within other finishes.
synthetic grass look even more realistic by keeping the turf area small and breaking it up with other finishes
up with other finishes.Leave it: Microtopped concreteThe luster and depth of a concrete microtopping is surely covetable, but it’s not great in houses with big dogs or rambunctious children. Daily traffic can create deep scratches that aren’t erased by the regular resealing this finish requires.More: 6
“artificial turf” — teresaifland
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks663
Questions1
screens and other types of shades should take exposure into account: Which direction does the window face? Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with
screens and other types of shades should take exposure into account: Which direction does the window face? Shades for south-facing windows (in the northern hemisphere), for example, should be horizontal to address the high sun, but a western facade (such as the one shown here) should be vertical to deal with
“Wind screen shutters” — Nicole Reynolds
Amplio
Girl bed room
Ideabooks9,293
Questions7
getting others on the same page with you. I say it all the time, but let me reiterate: Children don't need to be bombarded with stuff to be joyful. The bright and beautiful child's room pictured here is actually rather diminutive, but it's airy, inspiring, colorful and well organized. It's more than large
books and other kid-related items. I have yet to meet a family that isn’t suffering from too-many-toys syndrome, and yet it's all relative. Some folks show their love through material things. I get that, but that's the last thing kids need when it comes to love. A toy never takes the place of story time
cars and other toys that live on it, underneath it and strewn around it like a million tiny landmines. Seems a week doesn’t go by when one of my clients is trying to find room for one, get rid of one or buy one. I’ve started to believe that they're actually all the same train table, multiplying and rec
“Good use of space” — movingtrains
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