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Liz Carroll Interiors
Breakfast Room
Make a plan of attack: The current state of your dining room will determine how much time you’ll need to tackle each part of this plan — read over the whole plan first and then decide where to focus your efforts. If, for example, you have
“great for dinning room” — tsfenty
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
Rhodes Architecture + Light
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Spring Hill Residence
much information on Houzz about plants, paths, materials, regional planning, edible gardens, getting rid of the lawn and more, and it’s all organized for you in the Outdoor Living section.Full story: The Best Winter Garden Project? Plan for Next Year
“Since you have months of planning ahead without having to rush to get plants in the ground, you can carefully choose the best plants, materials and design for your space.” — Steve
“Japanese garden” — kimberlyesc
Traditional Kitchen
Plan a pleasing cabinet and appliance color combination. In this rustic Maine camp kitchen, interior designer Kristina Crestin combined greenish-yellow cabinets
below.MOREKitchen Charisma: 10 Ways to Give Yours a LiftHow to Choose the Right Splashback for Your KitchenThink Like a Designer: 5 Steps to a Well-Planned Kitchen
don’t have to go crazy with color to make a statement.More:Kitchen Charisma: 10 Ways to Give Yours a LiftThink Like a Designer: 5 Steps to a Well-Planned KitchenTell us: What do you think of these kitchens? Do you prefer character-filled kitchens, or do you love the modern white and streamlined look
“Behind stove” — Trishia Layden
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
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J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
3. Develop plans, elevations and 3-D drawings. Now that you've got a plan you love, let your designer really detail it out. Drawings will help you visualize what the cabinetry will look like. Note on the plans and drawings where spices, pots and pans, silverware and utensils will go. At this stage, it's
“adding legs to support a breakfast counter” — boswinkles
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Houzz Tour: American Traditional Warms Up a Melbourne Coastal Home
DON'T: Work without a plan. Designing a space without a plan is like a novice cook preparing a meal without a recipe. The end result has a greater chance of being lackluster, unpalatable and a
a waste of ingredients.DO: Gather your resources. A recipe for a well-designed space contains a list of desired functions, a space plan, inspiration photos, a budget and a list of fabulous finds. Having these in one central place will keep you focused and on the path to a delectable design.
“Desk and shelves” — rosbauer
Castleberry Hill Loft
Rethinking Your House: How to Get StartedMake a list of all the rooms in your home. If you have plans of it, even better. Look at each room, and write down what you use it for. Now write down how often you use the space for its intended purpose. You
How to get startedMake a list of all the rooms in your home. If you have plans of them, even better, as you’ll have the dimensions. Look at each room, and write down what you use it for. Now write down how often you use the space
Here, a set of vintage windows is used as a divider and works more of an industrial look that suits the bare-brick wall – a great idea in a large, open-plan space such as this loft. Liked this? Share your favourite glass doors, windows and extensions in Comments below.
“Open” — Jessamyne Campbell
Owl Design
Garden studio
Plan for the weekend aheadThere’s nothing quite like planning a fun weekend to put a spring in your step, so why not begin making plans during the week? You’ll approach the remaining days invigorated and raring to go, knowing you have a great weekend in store.
“its black” — mel_40
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
highly sought-after Burnham can get quite expensive. But if a client is willing to do some of the legwork, an Instant Space box complete with furniture plans, sources, fabric swatches and paint samples, plus specific instructions on how to implement the design, arrives in as little as a month — and at a small
fee up front. Four to six weeks later, you receive a pretty linen box in the mail containing a design board, material and paint samples, a furniture plan drawn to scale, a shopping list with resources available locally in your area or online and step-by-step instructions for pulling the room together
alone), this could be the right choice for you. Also worth noting, you can choose to add trade-only fabrics and furnishings to your Instant Space design plan for an added 25 percent commission. See the Houzz interview with Betsy Burnham
“color scheme” — rebeccazamora
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