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Found Associates
Private Home, Notting Hill
Ideabooks1,408
Questions1
Make clear choicesLarge blocks of visually heavy furniture can make a compact room feel crowded. Lighten the look with transparent pieces where you can – Perspex and toughened glass both make stylish furniture, plus they’ll help to bounce light around, so the space feels brighter and
“working area” — mkdiab
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Knudson Interiors
6 Reviews
Knudson Interiors
Ideabooks14,880
Questions6
when done during repotting in the spring. Here are the steps.Pull the pot from the plant and lay the bare plant flat on any surface outdoors, or on a piece of newspaper on a counter. Examine the plant to locate new crowns.Working from top to bottom, gently pry apart the roots that seem to belong to the
“open and screened with plants” — Monica Miles
Torie Jayne
Lavender Cottage - Craft Room
Ideabooks3,331
Questions2
1. Hang pretty bits and pieces in your line of sight like a garland in order to keep you inspired.
“Storage” — Anne Mercer
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Waldfogel Residence
Ideabooks8,490
Questions7
Another indoor-outdoor room filled with light and airiness. The furnishings are classic modern pieces, and all the materials are exposed: wood, glass, cement.
“Windows beside fireplace” — wekaheights
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Bridge Street Residence Bedroom 2
Ideabooks12,780
Questions9
1. Think small. Small spaces like this bathroom are great places to experiment with quirky wallpaper. Just don’t add too many competing pieces; this Osbourne & Little paper works because the room follows its simple black and white motif, punctuated only occasionally with pops of yellow
“So cute,” — thooge
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
9 Reviews
Seapine Cottage
Ideabooks4,572
Questions10
work triangle doesn't have to be a triangle," says architect Hiromi Ogawa. "I think it's called a triangle so that people understand that those three pieces work together. But the most important thing is workflow, and this can be different depending on the space and the owner's needs." Above all else, make
“like the island, curved” — tllloyd
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Woodchuck Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks7,198
Questions7
2. Establish a budgetWhile determining a budget should be part of any goal statement, it’s such an important piece that it’s included here as a separate task. When making your budget, of course you’ll begin with what you can afford and how the cost of your house
“desk” — tomleanapa
Catalyst Architects, LLC
8 Reviews
Residences in DeBordieu Colony, Georgetown, SC
Ideabooks9,354
Questions8
a long, narrow room is a must to achieve the previous look. If you have more of a square or rectangular space, accomplish it with smaller furniture pieces so the groupings don’t appear heavy.
“Move furniture around for entertaining not tv view” — aliceiwl
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