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Melissa Miranda Interior Design
4 Reviews
Claremont Park
Ideabooks9,852
Questions7
durability. It's a softer stone than granite, and can scratch and stain easily; the cost typically ranges from $70 to $100 per square foot installed.Guide: Pros and cons of marble countertops
Marble pros and cons...$70-$100
“Kitchen” — lobaum
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
40 Reviews
Marina District Flats
Ideabooks9,750
Questions7
as you’re adding or replacing cabinet handles, see if there’s a matching appliance handle for your fridge (as seen here) — many showrooms sell them.Pros: Sleek, elegant, roomyCons: Large pulls cost more than small ones.It’s good for you if: You want an easy grip, something shallow pulls don’t provideStyles
“Hood” — janetsegal
OLSON LEWIS + Architects
3 Reviews
Classic Meets Eclectic
Ideabooks1,906
Questions3
als by location and specialty, although membership in the organization is not an indication of whether someone is qualified or not.) Ask other home pros in your community who they would recommend as well. Photo by James R. Salomon
“Color of wall and decor” — jcw1011
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Sask Cres Kitchen
Ideabooks32,225
Questions14
2. Double farmhouse.Pros: Same benefits as any other double sink.Cons: It does not have the true vintage style of a single-basin farmhouse sink.
“Kohler sink” — neyatihill
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks7,903
Questions5
whether you want to repair, enhance or completely replace what you have. Begin gathering inspiration in an ideabook or folder, and make a short list of pros to contact. By the time warm weather rolls around, you will be ready to get started on your home’s new look.
“flagstone and gravel” — angelacorbet
Best & Company
2 Reviews
El Dorado
Ideabooks63,065
Questions28
3. Broaden your design education. If a home project has you feeling frustrated or simply uninspired, learning from the pros is a great way to get unstuck. Sign up for a design workshop, and read more decorating books, design blogs and ideabooks.
“Lempa” — Eglute Simaske
Kevin Browne Architecture
7 Reviews
Architect's Studio
Ideabooks12,182
Questions5
fax machine and printer. I don’t think these combination machines are particularly necessary for someone just starting out. But I’m sure there are pros out there who would say otherwise. Having a dedicated flatbed scanner is great for incorporating rough sketches into presentations, but it’s not essential
“Hammock” — banthaidog
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Marina Living Room
Ideabooks14,551
Questions15
print can provide inspiration for picking pillows, rugs and more. Repeating the least used color in a piece of art somewhere else in the space is a tip pros often use to create a pulled-together look.Tell us: Would you try this at home? Which is your favorite look?More:From the Runways Home: Pastels Spring
“rug and pillows” — andy5
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