2,284 permanent Home Design Photos

Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
23 Reviews
New Construction
create the feel of a breakfast nook by mixing a banquette with a table and chairs. As you can see in this room, you don't even have to commit to permanently building in the banquette.
“Chairs & bench option for kitchen” — Amity Hook-Sopko
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
new project
storing. The items you will be keeping need to be washed before you put them away. Small amounts of food or soil that aren't removed now can become permanent stains after a few months. Worse, they can attract insects.
“our layout?” — ekmj7976
Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
1 Review
Harmony Outdoor Elements
Lanterns — especially permanently fixed electric ones — are a great way to define areas. I often find these work best atop retaining walls, pillars or fence posts. Traditional bronze lanterns from Kichler are a great place to start.
“pizza oven in fireplace” — dtgallagher
Rick Hoge
Gaillardia show home
diminutive quail. The masterful way black and brown are mixed in this cabinetry brings both warmth and depth to this kitchen, while giving it an aura of permanence.
“Rooster” — teslyn
Diane Licht Landscape Architect
Grape Arbor - Overhead
yet, sipping wine; it's certainly an appropriate use of the space. Just be sure to choose a surface beneath the arbor that fallen grapes won't permanently stain. Put out the chairs, open the wine and you're set.Caution: Grapes can be poisonous to pets, so keep the two apart.
“Grapevine pergola” — wolfedrone
Louise Lakier
1 Review
The Salsa House
The bookshelves were added after Lewis and Dean moved in permanently. Demyanovich screwed boards into the beams overhead to create this space-saving shelf.
“lounge- waila” — dakunimata
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Ansley Park Kitchen
do:Rinse off tomato sauces before loading the dishes into the dishwasher. You want to pre-rinse anything with tomatoes, since tomatoes can cause permanent stains.If you notice a green stain inside your dishwasher, the dye in your detergent is most likely the culprit. Simply switch to a different detergent
“Backsplash” — melissatreyfamily
Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
Tip 2: Don't think small needs to mean spartan.The bathroom addition to Michelle's small home (once a permanent residence but now used as a vacation getaway) is anything but bare bones. A full-size claw-foot tub is beneath a skylight and surrounded by gorgeous
“tile for bill's bath?” — terric69
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