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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,491
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540 sq ft cottage--Although the small footprint is an organic extension of Helgerson's design ethos, she still finds herself enjoying the process of shopping for a client and creating someone else's vision of a home.
simplify your life. Cottages call us back to our past, where almost every home had a small vegetable garden and a few chickens, and there were no shopping malls luring us away from hearth and family.
vegetable garden and a few chickens, and there were no shopping malls luring us away from hearth and family.
Although the small footprint is an organic extension of Helgerson’s design ethos, she still finds herself enjoying the process of shopping for a client and creating someone else’s vision of a
“Fence” — brownleeb
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Berkshires Estate Restoration
Ideabooks8,379
Questions5
Gardening area in back of shop.
Love old looking potting shops. It has a lot of room
Neat gardening wool shop
work shop
“Kitchen ceiling” — navore
Boutique Homes
1 Review
Wickets
Ideabooks883
Questions1
Chair White - The Conran Shop
Bifold doors offer easy access to the deck and backyard. Bifold doors: Bowalker Windows; zinc-top outdoor table: The Conran Shop; outdoor fisherman's lamps: Fields of Blue
Bifold doors offer easy access to the deck and backyard. Bifold doors: Bowalker Windows; zinc-top outdoor table: The Conran Shop; outdoor fisherman's lamps: Fields of Blue
Bifold doors offer easy access to the decking and garden. Bifold doors: Bowalker Windows; zinc-top outdoor table: The Conran Shop; outdoor fisherman’s lamps: Fields of Blue
“sliders” — mkwagers
Lindsay Pennington Inc.
1 Review
Laurel Canyon Music Studio
Ideabooks308
Questions0
at Big Lots and the kilim pillow for $10 at a Lulu & Georgia sample sale.“I’m a really democratic shopper. I look everywhere, from the high-end shops on La Cienega [Boulevard] to thrift stores,” Pennington says. “Bringing all of these things together makes a room feel homey and really personal.”
the kilim cushion for £6 at a Lulu & Georgia sample sale. ‘I’m a really democratic shopper. I look everywhere, from the high-end stores to junk shops,’ Pennington says. ‘Bringing all of these things together makes a room feel homey and really personal.’Photos by Ted Thornton
sie für 10 Dollar bei Lulu & Georgia kaufte.„Beim Shoppen gehe ich sehr demokratisch vor und durchstöbere Trödelläden genauso wie die exklusiven Shops auf dem La-Cienega-Boulevard“, erzählt Pennington. „Erst diese Mischung macht einen Raum zu einem individuellen Refugium, in dem man sich ganz wie Zuhause
“cute” — Moiselle Jes
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks249
Questions1
move plants, but it’s a great time for planning ahead for an active September and beyond. Look at your garden with a critical eye as you plan your shopping and work lists for the cooler days to come: Are there plants that are past their prime and should be replaced?Are there views that need to be screened
for an active September and beyond," says Colorado landscape designer Jocelyn Chilvers. "Look at your garden with a critical eye as you plan your shopping and work lists for the cooler days to come."Get her Rocky Mountains August checklist
“Unexpected kokopelli” — kasni04
The Works
9 Reviews
Sellwood Library House
Ideabooks3,267
Questions7
"This is a great area," Mitchell says. "Just up the block is a quaint shopping area with coffee shops and restaurants, and getting into Portland is an easy drive, as well as bikeable." The neighborhood, which dates back to the late 1800s, has a mix of homes in Victorian and Craftsman styles. While historical
“black windows and door white trim” — gogopres
SoCal Contractor
27 Reviews
Spanish Revival
Ideabooks6,942
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Spanish revival, tiled hardscaping is just so much better than plain cement or stone. It adds instant cheerfulness.More: How to shop for cement and quarry tilesHow to shop for tileHow to find the right stone tile
“built in bench” — aslan67
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
ORDER WITHIN NATURE
Ideabooks1,227
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18. Go outside. Take advantage of public parks, walking trails, libraries, coffee shops and other community spaces, and you won’t feel so boxed in.
18. Go outsideTake advantage of public parks, bushwalk tracks, libraries, coffee shops and other community spaces and you won’t feel so boxed in.
“Grass” — markkaufmann
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