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Branca, Inc.
Coach House Bedroom
12. Go wild with wallpaper. Papering your bedroom with a lush print will instantly make the room feel cozier yet somehow more spacious. Toile, like the one shown here, or a scene with birds and branches will give the most depth to the room.
“Setup” — gracej080900
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
walls transform a light-filled sunroom into a stunning showpiece. Behind the sofa, the illusion of a palladian window makes the room feel even more spacious and bright.
“ประตูโค้งออกนอ&#” — anurakth
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
is seemingly endless, as the sky above is indeed vaster than any an interior ceiling.Ornamentation must be substantial enough to stand up to the spaciousness of a garden. Here, that's exactly what's going on!
“Mediterranean look for Sonoma garden” — adairehfl
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights kitchen remodel
White also works to open up a kitchen, making it seem larger and more spacious than it actually is.
“View of peninsula and dining room” — adough90
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
North Shore Kitchen
We all wish we had spacious dining rooms with long, accommodating tables like this one. If you've got one, you're all set. If not, there's still hope. Read on, party planners
“End piece (closed) with side openings” — Louise Dickson
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
A gently curved flagstone path draws pedestrians from the front yard, through the spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From
“Back oak” — gloriamartin
Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Kids custom closets
room for the kids, but finding room for everybody’s clothes, books and stuff. This is complicated by the fact that most cottage closets are hardly spacious.
“The style” — thefreddy
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
narrow floor plans and can be either divided into flats or kept as single-family homes.Is it for you? Newly constructed lofts and townhouses have more spacious floor plans, but a classic old row house has character to spare and may feature hand-crafted built-in details.
“stair layout” — Robyn Humphries
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