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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
Ideabooks2,846
Questions3
I am aiming to create a plant wall / green oasis in my living room / bed room area. Ferns are so relaxing and hardy. I love this wall-topper idea, though it wouldn't fit
hear people say they kill ferns, I tell them to remember where these plants come from in nature and try to duplicate those conditions. While we can't create a rainforest in our living rooms, we can give ferns regular watering once a week, bright but indirect light and weekly misting with a water bottle
“Ich mag das "Geländer" um die Treppe. Wobei die Katze natürlich das Bild perfektioniert. Keine Woh” — Linus Reimann-Kaißer
BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
1 Review
Paradise Valley - Saguaro 2012
Ideabooks2,306
Questions2
I love the hedge created by the flowers and the bushes behind the flowers
Stone wall (garage) to create a patio/courtyard.
“stone wall” — aldila
The Barn Nursery and Landscape Center
Inverness Gardens
Ideabooks1,638
Questions1
against red & white of house which are same colours as our house facade.” “Wintergreen boxwood along path” “Boxwoods on curved sidewalk” “Boxwood creating an edge” “winter green boxwood” “boxwood lined flower beds” “love the boxwood...Wintergreen Boxwood...boxwood hedge”
Boxwood creating an edge
“proportion” — Bijit Shakya
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
Ideabooks6,898
Questions5
the Sequoia National Park, they create a natural frame as you step inside the clapboard-sided bungalow. Industrial Pendant Lighting: Urban ArchaeologyTile: Pennsyvania Bluestone
Thanks to the privacy provided by knee wall railings, Katerina Tana was able to create an intimate lounge on this California
“Porch” — LGale
Jennifer Hulse Design
Entrance Hall
Ideabooks3,366
Questions4
I used a bright wallpaper, from Scalamandre, and high gloss paint for this entrance hall. I wanted to create a bright, reflective look to make use of the natural daylight. Antique carpets worked really well with the client's art collection. I kept the stairs uncarpeted to give the hall a more formal
what the Houzz member said about this space: I used a bright wallpaper, from Scalamandre, and high gloss paint for this entrance hall. I wanted to create a bright, reflective look to make use of the natural daylight. Antique carpets worked really well with the client's art collection. I kept the stairs
“Shorter wainscoting?” — thefranklinhouse
Jeneration Interiors
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks14,966
Questions12
Create an extra seating nook. Most people tend to shove cabinets in every available space in a kitchen. I've found I will pare down my belongings to fit in
Create an extra seating nook. Most people tend to shove cabinets in every available space in a kitchen. I've found I will pare down my belongings to fit in
“Deep bench with drawer under” — moolahs_mom
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
Living Room Addition in Tudor Style Home
Ideabooks2,880
Questions6
first and second floors that would seamlessly blend with the existing historic architecture. They began working with Normandy Designer Vince Weber to create the plans that would eventually become their newly remodeled home. “The original layout of the house was typical in many ways of what one finds in
diminished with the addition and that the whole house would blend seamlessly once completed.” One of the family’s requests was to enlarge the kitchen to create a multi-functional space that would allow for better cooking functionality, eating, entertaining, and doing homework. The family also wanted an informal
“Doors” — lisawilburn
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
Ideabooks5,728
Questions3
Homes of a traditional design create less abrupt transitions between the house and the sky. The upward "V" shape of this gable as well as the chimney pointing skyward all create an intersection that's blended rather than severe. It speaks to accommodation rather than separation and lifts rather than
“Covered porch” — mheuring1
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