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Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
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The butterfly is part of a folding screen that the home owner bought at Home Goods in Dallas, Texas.
I have a coke crate; need to use it for craft items. Good idea.
and study area. She works as a pediatric nurse, and is currently earning a PhD in child development. Desk: El Paso Import Co.; butterfly screen: HomeGoods
“Canasta” — clevez
Tess Fine
Jen Migonis
Ideabooks8,040
Questions5
Beautiful home! Can you tell me where you got the mantlepiece? Is is reclaimed wood?
Clean lines, look good in Jenny's house
Good place for that fern!
Good mantle possibility
fireplace, making what was a dark space feel open and cheerful.Paint: Vanilla Ice Cream 2154-70, Benjamin Moore; armchairs: Tullsta, Ikea; pillows: HomeGoods
“like plants” — macmeb
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks11,158
Questions11
I need some nice home decor
I want to get a matching bedroom set of decor. what are the most common things that a home decor company would bring in to spruce the room up? What does a room makeover cost? bryanflake1984|
My lamps. White bedding is good.
good window trim for formal room
s, and buyers won't miss your home's good bones and architectural gravitas.
There's much more to consider when staging a historic home. How do you make it feel fresh without hiding its character? These tips can help. Get the guide: 6 Tips for Staging Historic Homes
“Trim” — wcmama
Wendi Young Design
Cape Cod Style in Dana Point, California
Ideabooks9,079
Questions11
A welcoming guest room always includes the special touches that help your friends settle in and feel at home. Good lighting, extra pillows and blankets and adequate side tables are essential.
good look for two beds
Stylishly homely
“Art, Ottoman and colour” — eloiseleher
Kara Weik
Kara Weik © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks367
Questions0
play in his room. One of his favorite things to do is sit in the blue chair under his canopy and look at his books," says Kori.Canopy: Ikea; lamp: Home Goods; paint: Glass Bead, Sherwin-Williams
“tent over chair” — elben
Cottage Company Interiors
Elegant Cottage
Ideabooks10,330
Questions5
Puff the duvets European-style. This is easy, and any inexpensive duvet and cover from Ikea, Bed Bath & Beyond or HomeGoods will do. In fact, as I combed through guest room photos for this ideabook, I noticed that this is a big trend with American designers right now, and
“small rom like the boys” — burnsgentile
Brian Gille Architects, Ltd.
Shotgun Style
Ideabooks5,408
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Orleans. Years ago it's how they stayed cool. If you call it cool...lol. You can walk through these without having to duck! My grandparents had a similar home when I was young. I grew up there and summers are very steamy!
tal impact. In 2010 the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, in collaboration with the Oregon Home Builders Association and Earth Advantage Institute, concluded that constructing smaller homes is among the best ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and waste generation from the residential
reduction and reuse practices evaluated, reducing home size was the most beneficial — not just because of reduced electricity and fuel consumption, but also because of the material production avoided. Wow! Who knew that choosing to live in a cottage-size home made you so environmentally righteous?
“front porch” — nasurges
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Ideabooks11,211
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Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Polished wood. Go back to the basics with a product like Murphy's Oil Soap or a beeswax-based floor polish to give your home that good, clean church-pew smell and make the wood gleam.
Add a dash of island glamour. For a refined yet relaxed look, take inspiration from the colonial-style homes of the tropics. Pictured here is the Bahamas home of interior decorator India Hicks, decorated in the French Caribbean style. To achieve this look, use elegantly curved dark wood furniture and
“Floors, louvered door and window covering” — kcampana
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