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Webb & Brown-Neaves
Home Design - The Bayfield
Ideabooks2,449
Questions4
SINK SET-UPNumber of bowls?One bowl, two, or what about three? Your choice will depend on bench space, but also how you operate in the kitchen. “People don’t
“Kitchen” — merlindatan
Oliver Burns
Country House Bathroom
Ideabooks1,071
Questions3
Showcase shapely mirrors The twin mirrors above these basins are set off beautifully with panels of jewel-coloured mosaics, which gleam gently. The play between light and colour is subtle and sophisticated. Find out which basin is right for you
“Style!” — Huda-Miaad Alkallaly
Norman Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Cape Cod
Ideabooks14,521
Questions12
An inlaid compass rose sets a nautical note in the entry hall. Lantern: Currey & Company; mirror: Made Goods
“The beautiful floors” — Destini Taylor
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks7,713
Questions5
Swap out your bright or patterned bedding for a serene pastel set, whether it be all the sheets or simply a dust ruffle. Both your bedroom and night’s rest will seem more peaceful.
“White on white” — Janet Forsythe
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Ideabooks4,081
Questions6
Set the moodAccording to interior decorator and colour consultant Jennifer French of Inside Out Colour and Design, all decorating should start with the mood
“Light” — natali283
Wright Design
4 Reviews
Rustic Lakehouse
Ideabooks150K
Questions22
clients and I agreed that this was the ideal location for a bed swing. The finish and cushions were selected to blend seamlessly with the forest setting and other natural materials used on the porch. From the swing, the homeowners can enjoy views of the lake as well as the distant mountains."
“couch” — jimmyseeary
Avonlea Homes
Secondary Working Spaces
Ideabooks11,655
Questions8
and your work surface. In the space here, a trio of petite pendant lights illuminates the workspace; under-shelf lighting would also work well in a set-up like this.
“Table” — shahidkhansierra
Mediterranean Staircase
Ideabooks56,819
Questions12
colors of Mediterranean design can be both vibrant and earthy. Bold jewel tones, such as aubergine, emerald green, lapis blue and sunflower yellow, are set against earth-toned backdrops to reflect the region's natural hues. Get this look: If you're a little hesitant to cover your walls in intense color
“The colors” — oversteer99
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