Renae Keller Interior Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Lake Harriet Tudor
Ideabooks13
Questions0
Troy Thies Photography
“wall color with tile color” — Lynn
Smalls Landscaping
12 Reviews
Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
Ideabooks13,060
Questions4
One-of-a-kind and other very rare plants are around every corner. The view from any angle offers something new and interesting. The property is a constant work in progress as planting beds and landscape installations are in constant ebb and flow.
“Backyard” — Terri Johnson
Jennifer Schuppie, Peabody's Interiors
River Hills Reno
Ideabooks46
Questions0
Photography by Doug Edmonds
“bathroom” — dragohome
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
2008 Halifax Residence
Ideabooks3,812
Questions7
This home was built and designed for a family that wanted to be able to entertain, lounge and live at home. They wanted a level of formality that would stand up to cocktail parties, while maintaining an air of livability throughout the home. Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors Built by TC Home Builders
“Interior decoration. This is as fancy as I would want to go.” — LeAnna Wall
Sasha Newman
Rue de Musee penthouse garden
Ideabooks1,576
Questions2
Museum Row condo rooftop small garden
“adding a big potted plant might help give some shade to the fam rm window too!!” — skoneill8
Building Vision - Evanston, IL
1 Review
Wilmette Basement Rec Room
Ideabooks5,562
Questions2
A basement rec room with wood-look tile and a niche with storage cubes under the stairs. Wood-look tile is an attractive and impervious material great for finished basements that run the risk of flooding.
“staircase with wood like tile floors, good for water” — tamariu
Landscape East & West
1 Review
“Shed and red door” — Irene Davis
Anthony James Construction
9 Reviews
Two Story Addition
Ideabooks4,801
Questions18
bedroom, master bath, family room, home office, kitchen expansion, walk in closet,
“Inspiration for Kitchen, but without cabinets on the other wall. Long narrow island with seating, a” — hickhead00
Not so bad? Toilet seat left up
Traditionally, women are irritated by men who persistently leave the toilet seat up. Let's see how the Houzz community rates the issue among other home...
How would you separate the bed from the rest of the room?
The photos are of the same area but taken from different angles. The entrance is where you see the bed.
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