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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Leawood Residence
Ideabooks1,114
Questions4
from one room to the next by visually linking adjacent spaces.
Don't isolate rooms. Create flow from one room to the next by visually linking adjacent spaces. Repeat a pattern or carry an accent color or another visual
Don't isolate rooms. Create flow from one room to the next by visually linking adjacent areas. Repeat a pattern, carry an accent colour or another visual
Don't isolate rooms. Create flow from one room to the next by visually linking adjacent spaces. Repeat a pattern or carry an accent color or another visual
Create flow by visually linking spaces
“nina campbell” — marianc76
Carr, Lynch and Sandell, Inc.
new link between historic house and barn
Ideabooks2,152
Questions2
new link between historic house and barn
The link to the garage is similar to what we could do.
interesting thoughts for linking hom and barn
mudroom link between kitchen & garage...link between house and barn
“yes maybe” — rebekahwareham
Moore Design Builders
8 Reviews
Crossroads home
Ideabooks825
Questions1
in this long border are planted in groups and repeated, creating a visual link along the border. The planting is tight to form a low-maintenance ground
in this long border are planted in groups and repeated, creating a visual link along the border. The planting is tight to form a low-maintenance ground
“Dark red and charcoal siding” — brightbean
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks1,785
Questions1
I actually really like the chain link fence here too. It doesn't block the view off to the side of the house. There's a lot of green and trees and I would
nice yard with chain link fence
Chain link with poles...chain link fence!...Black chain link
“love this retaining wall” — Christy Fellerman
Pella Windows and Doors
1 Review
Pella® 350 Series Casement window
Ideabooks2,781
Questions5
Paint the walls green. Seeing greens on surfaces has been linked to thinking creatively. The sage color on these walls is pleasant and energizing
Paint the walls green. Seeing greens on surfaces has been linked to thinking creatively. The sage color on these walls is pleasant and energizing
is "floating". Paint the walls green. Seeing greens on surfaces has been linked to thinking creatively. The sage color on these walls is pleasant and energizing
desk and built-ins. Recent psychological research: green on surfaces linked to thinking creatively; red diminishes performance on analytical tasks.
6. Paint the walls green. Seeing greens on surfaces has been linked to thinking creatively. The sage color on these walls is pleasant and energizing enough
“like the windows and the way the wall is not straight” — staceygalbraith
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
kitchen and baths
Ideabooks10,738
Questions13
And yes, it is a 2"x6"! Here is a link online to more information on the collection: ...
Here's a more specific link to this product: ... Glad you like
Zanger Tile from their Gramercy Park Collection in Wedgewood blue. Here is a link to their site ...
wall tile is from our Gramercy Park collection in Wedgewood Blue. Here is a link to more information on the collection: ...
tile is from our Gramercy Park collection in Wedgewood Blue. Here is a link to more information on the collection: ...
Gramercy Park collection in Wedgewood Blue. And yes, it is a 2"x6"! Here is a link online to more information on the collection: ...
“small subway BACKSPLASH, small cabinet CROWN” — Jones Robertson
Andrew Roby General Contractors
11 Reviews
Interior & Exterior Renovation
Ideabooks1,768
Questions3
The ceiling fans are made by Kichler and can be found at the following link: ...
Hatteras Bay Link: ... EXTERIOR WALL LIGHTS Manufacturer: Kichler Lighting (Unconfirmed by Andrew Roby General Contractors) Collection: Trenton Link: ...
Bay Link: ... EXTERIOR WALL LIGHTS Manufacturer: Kichler Lighting (Unconfirmed by Andrew Roby General Contractors) Collection: Trenton Link: ..
“ceiling lining” — Gillian Crosby
Renovations by Garman LLC
7 Reviews
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks578
Questions1
Separate linked units...Linked stoop
“patio surrounded by landscaped area” — juliacass
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