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EJ Interior Design, Eugenia Jesberg
5 Reviews
Georgian Restoration
Ideabooks9,285
Questions11
This 1920's Georgian-style home in Hillsborough was stripped down to the frame and remodeled. It features beautiful cabinetry and millwork throughout. A marriage of antiques, art and custom furniture pieces were selected to create a harmonious home. Bi-fold Nana doors allow for an open space floor
floor plan. Coffered ceilings to match the traditional style of the main house. Galbraith & Paul, hand blocked print fabrics. Limestone flooring.
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The cost of this type of door varies per style and size needed. You can purchase doors like these through your local designer.
“Collapsing Doors” — csordo
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
San Francisco Dining Terrace
Ideabooks36,227
Questions15
Nice use of grass, concrete and wood floor textures.. Our kitchen/dining table is a concrete slab so it would be nice to extend that texture outside, on the cooking area counter as well as possibly the coffee table (or fire table)
designed to be a complete DIY handbook not only for horticultural students, but also for those who wished to design and build a garden in a modern style.Brookes outlined simple geometric design techniques to balance the garden with the house, creating patterns that could tie together all the functions
“Organized yard” — Janae Hoffman
Anna Berglin Design
5 Reviews
St. Louis Park
Ideabooks3,398
Questions6
two seats with coffee table plus two pots
Simple, chairs, end table, flower pot.
charcoal chairs would be good. smaller scale with little table. I life the pot ot pertunias
Genre style entree...St. Louis Park
“clean but inviting” — evaful
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Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Ideabooks45,295
Questions8
Louis Poulsen - PH 5 pendant
The table leading to the outside
Kitchen to table idea
Coffee bar
“Siding.stools.” — dreamsforfree
Amy Studebaker Design
14 Reviews
Tuscan Villa
Ideabooks5,234
Questions4
I love the coffee table. Where can we buy it?
comfy couch on a deck outside. Love the coffee table, the curtains soften everything. Candles are cool. Wood berms are nice but wouldn't fit our style.
Here’s a Missouri take on Tuscan taste, with Shabby Chic–style furnishings congregating under a rustic
coffee table! and everything else
relaxed Belgian style and patinated style. "A trend that is on the rise in St. Louis is the use of natural fibers and textures with a soft color palette of neutrals, whites and blues," says interior designer Amy Studebaker.
Here’s a Missouri take on Tuscan taste, with Shabby Chic–style furnishings
“wall” — ihmcortez
Get Back JoJo
4 Reviews
Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory
Ideabooks3,525
Questions5
Updated Louis XIV Chairs and chequerboard flooring
Love the glass table in the garden room for decor, tea, etc.
The black and white checkerboard floor first appeared in paintings in the 15th century. A hundred years later, Louis XIV's architect Charles Le Brun used black and white checkerboard on the ground-floor landing of the queen's staircase at Versailles. It's an obvious
I like how the porch is sort of styled as a indoor jungle.
The black and white checkerboard floor first appeared in paintings in the 15th century. A hundred years later, Louis XIV's architect Charles Le Brun used black and white checkerboard on the ground-floor landing of the queen's staircase at Versailles.It's an obvious
“Courtyard” — alex2310
Amy Neunsinger
The Prairie By Rachel Ashwell
Ideabooks498
Questions2
the daybed, the coffee table and chairs
Love the contrast of shabby with French Louis IV
unique pieces created by artisans, either for decoration or simple functionality, always fills me with excitement for each trip.Find out if your home style is ‘vintage’
green table
“Floor!” — kelseymccartney
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