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TY LARKINS INTERIORS
CLEAN TRADITIONAL
Ideabooks1,015
Questions3
French model, and topped the headboard with a quartet of dog drawings by Valerie Davide. The secretary is from Hickory Chair; the seductively low-slung spoon chair is a reproduction available from Ty Larkins Interiors
way to warm up a space,” says Larkins. The designer based the bed’s design on an old French model, and topped the headboard with a quartet of dog drawings by Valerie Davide. The secretary is from Hickory Chair; the seductively low-slung spoon chair is a reproduction available from Ty Larkins Interiors
“my Room” — pratt2012jayj
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Rugged Retreat
Ideabooks2,393
Questions0
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in
Tell a Story With Design for a More Meaningful Home (4 / 8) Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in
Does the first impression draw people in? Like the cover of a book, the exterior of the home should draw us in. It should make us want to learn more. It should beckon us to knock on the door and ask to be invited in for tea.
“Secret stairs” — kcarlone42
CBI Design Professionals, Inc.
1 Review
Family Room
Ideabooks3,740
Questions5
where someone can sit and read, and a table where someone else can draw, craft or do a puzzle.
zones. This room has a "together space" centered around the sofa, a separate chair where someone can sit and read, and a table where someone else can draw, craft or do a puzzle.
zones. This room has a "together space" centered around the sofa, a separate chair where someone can sit and read, and a table where someone else can draw, craft or do a puzzle.
“How the blinds come from inside the valance type box” — geriweinberger
From House to Home
Emidio's Room
Ideabooks19,421
Questions3
It's be so cool to paint one of the walls with chalkboard paint…but the. I'd be worried about then drawing on ALL the walls :/
Thought about doing her bedroom door like this..but would it encourage drawing on ALL the walls?
This boy is having fun drawing on his walls! The red chair is a fun pop of color next to the chalkboard.
sometimes this can come out in less-than-ideal ways, such as drawing on the walls, breaking things and generally causing havoc. Take advantage of the positive impulse and make space for healthy expression instead. Some ideas to get you started: • Paint an entire wall or door with chalkboard paint.• Install gymnastics
“Chalk wall” — namratag1980
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Clear Creek
Ideabooks3,725
Questions8
make sure you get it right? If you are coughing up the money for custom treatments, expect your designer or workroom to present you with a scaled drawing of your treatment before fabric is ordered or fabrication has begun. Do not give the go-ahead until you have seen a rendering of the finished product
sets to make one good treatment. If you are making your own curtains, work with butcher paper as I suggested, but also invest in some scaled paper and draw your windows and your treatment to scale. Remember, it’s always better to go too long, too lush or too full than to have window treatments that are
If you are coughing up the money for custom treatments, expect your designer or workroom to present you with a scaled drawing of your treatment before fabric is ordered or fabrication has begun. Do not give the go-ahead until you have seen a rendering of the finished product
“Chair cover” — lopamjdra
Landscape Design Associates of Westchester, Inc.
Varios Plantings
Ideabooks1,855
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7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near
softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near
Best Gardens Have--7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near
“Border” — buelah
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks19,973
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Lawn as path, curved beds as border, draws you forward, neat yet soft
The sumptuous curves of this garden draw you into the composition immediately. The charming arbor draws you in deeper and promises access to the garden that can be seen in the distance. But without passing under that arch, crossing that threshold and rounding that last curve in the lawn, you'll never
“lawn & garden arbor” — stumblestix
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks96,296
Questions11
will create the opposite effect. That being said, adding a pop of colour to one or two articles such as the door in the picture will add interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply
What lies beyond this garden gate? The glimpse of red foliage draws the eye into the garden, and the lawn seems to lead beyond it to the left, inviting the viewer to explore.
and transitions. When there is no distant or territorial view to appreciate, you can conjure an interior view. Garden designers use visual tricks to draw and direct the eye — and you can adopt a similar strategy in your own backyard. Here, a full-scale doorway has been inserted into a fence. When open
“Old style beauty” — Factory Carpet Outlet
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