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Andy Berman Residence
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achieve this, though, he needed a lot more furniture. All he was bringing to his new home was a 1940s architectural file coffee table, his favorite piece. One day while shopping for furnishings, he found the builder of that very same coffee table sitting in his showroom surrounded by similar designs.
Gauge, to check out his home and consider his vision. The two hit it off, and Hyrb agreed to consult on the interior design and build almost every piece of furniture.They kept the classic arches but replaced the coffee-with-cream-colored walls typical of that era with white. They installed about 80 recessed
“mantel, chairs” — vmwhitby
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Jeffers Design Group
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Jay Jeffers Home
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Questions3
A Forrest Williams oil painting makes an alluring conversation piece, adding the illusion of another window in this living room sitting area. The settee is a custom piece by Jeffers. Area rug: custom by Jay Jeffers & Kelly Hohla
“We both like the orange with the yellow, but not the purple so much.” — Beth Zgoda
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Sara & Rocky Garza
Ideabooks886
Questions3
The Brick House blog inspired the living room. Rocky hand crafted many of the furniture pieces, including the coffee table, which he built out of reclaimed wood decking from Sara's parents' home. Sofa: Lorimer 2-Piece Chaise Sectional, West Elm
“Rug + Eames Recliner” — ferbersims
Cottage Industry
Dining Room
Ideabooks4,214
Questions2
3. Pull up a couch for a cushy English cottage feel. If a truly cozy look is what you crave, upholstered pieces are the way to go. Use armchairs at the ends of a long table, pull up an upholstered banquette to the side or even perch on a cushy couch — just be sure that the seat height will work with
3. Pull up a couch for a cushy English cottage feelIf a truly cosy look is what you crave, upholstered pieces are the way to go. Use armchairs at the ends of a long table, pull up an upholstered banquette to the side or even perch on a cushy couch - just be
“Table” — bhennelly
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Italian Theater panels.
Ideabooks1,717
Questions6
5. "Lighten" a piece with mirrors. This super-glam mirrored coffee table reflects all the colors and textures going on this room. The reflective nature also keeps the table
This living room is a great compromise between masculine and feminine, with strong pieces like the elegant burgundy furniture, hefty mirrored coffee table and oversized classical urn artwork commanding attention. By the way, do you keep
“Art” — smy4
Eclectic Kids
Ideabooks2,920
Questions1
7. Use a vintage toolbox as a portable display piece. Toolboxes have a charm all of their own, and you can use them as in-boxes, garden trugs, craft supply corrals, planters and more.
done ahead of time and organized at your shipping station. Organize them in a desktop caddy like this repurposed metal one. Aesthetically this vintage piece adds rustic charm to the work surface, but any drawer or cubbie system will speed up the shipping process.
“Chalkboard wall” — Kianah Bryant
HighCraft Builders
11 Reviews
Sherwood
Ideabooks2,394
Questions6
The children share a bathroom upstairs. “When we couldn’t find the right pieces in light-colored wood, we had the chests on either side of the sink custom made,” says Koldeway. “The hardware makes them look like old library pieces.” The bathroom has two styles of tile. “The penny tile in back of the sink
“One sink, two vanities - cute” — robincremers
Birdhouse Interior Design
Birdhouse Design
Ideabooks5,287
Questions6
McKays based many of the rooms' color palettes around specific textiles or pieces of furniture. "But sometimes I just find things I love when I'm out shopping and think, 'I'll make this work,'" Jessica says. Although all the pieces in the dining room were purchased separately, the brown, white and blue
“Sputnik lamp” — petercohen
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