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Leicht | Design*21 | California
putting things up at an easy pace and no
like the step up
“Stairs” — lapac
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
of the San Diego Zoo involves the hummingbird aviary. It was off the beaten path, and few went there. It was a parenthesis, a respite from the day’s pace. We all need to visit the parenthetical; it soothes the soul.
... a parenthesis, a respite from the day’s pace. We all need to visit the parenthetical; it soothes the soul.
of the San Diego Zoo involves the hummingbird aviary. It was off the beaten path, and few went there. It was a parenthesis, a respite from the day’s pace. We all need to visit the parenthetical; it soothes the soul.
which we work 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!
“Zinc table base” — emilyhuzl
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Private Residence
I have a redwood slanted ceiling just like this. Been mulling over whether to paint lighter or not. Was this an easy decision to make?
We have a similar setup with a large space with a mantel and narrow depth shelves on either side of the space. We were thinking of putting the piano in the space like in this picture but the piano would be a little bit taller than the mantel height. Do you think it would still look good
I painted it white, yes! And it was an easy desicion to make. I would eventually maybe paint the beams a dark grey. :)
dollars." We too had great coverage and ended up with a very good settlement — ours is actually a success story. And here's the thing: Take a look at your policy. Right before the dollar amount of your coverage, there are two very important words: "up to." As in "up to a zillion dollars." The difference between
“Techo inclinado” — rodmujica
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
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Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
metals? I see you have chrome faucets with oil bronzed hardware. I love your look but keep hearing I should match everything. Should I not worry about things matching? What about bathroom accessories like towel bars and toilet paper holder?
My new bath will have double towers and sinks similar to these and counters about the same size. I've heard that side sconces give best light for putting on makeup, but afraid three sconces won't be enough light. (Most sconces take 60w max bulb.) Should I use a 2- or 3-light fixture over each mirror
Is it possible to put electric outlets in cabinets w/hairdryers etc.?
Putting in similar "towers" in MBR. Do you know a glass source that I could get the "opaque" white glass on front with mirror inside door?
“Drawers on one side not symmetrical and looks nice” — schmieder1
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
JD Garden, Hillsborough
my design and material recommendations. You can't tell much about the construction of the trellis from the photo I put up, so you don't know how I've modified it. In fact, I did put an extra hour of work into it, and as I said, I've had some in place, with minor repairs, for 4 or 5 years. With the
throw them away once a year. As residence of the Earth we must address things to be more sustainable. We need to utilize and protect our natural resources, for they don't renew over night. Getting back to the trellis. If you put $10 and an extra hour of work into it, it perhaps would last 10 to 15
with a fixed bed, you have to rotate crops and their supports. You're exaggerating on the durability of these materials, even the cheaper trellises I put in last years, not months. The drainage in my beds is perfect for vegetables, so they're not rotting out quickly. Even in 10-year-old beds, when I
“planter boxes at base of deck” — jberghome
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
Project in Tiburon
is doesn't the fire affect things placed
fire has smoke and I feel it might ruin the tv, pictures and flowers placed next to the fireplace. Plase advise me on that, I really like the idea since it saves space, no need to buy the units for plasma, books and other things. You just make a built in in
where do 5ou put the cable box for the tv?
We are planning on putting a tv over our fireplace but dont know where to place the cable box. Thamk you
where do you put satellite box when you put a tv above the fireplace?
I really want to put my tv over my fireplace but everyone tells me it will be too high is there a guideline to follow concerning the height
Another option to consider is TVCoverUps. Framed Art(including your own) or Mirror adds to the room's decor, with the hidden TV and Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it really is: http://youtu.be/05bwMqaAS5Y
“Mantel and Shelves” — dbathurst
sarah & bendrix
previos work area
Things you love framed all over a wall in front of the desk -- if you put the desk up against the wall. Could be behind the desk on a smaller storage area.
Wall collages of art, clippings and practical things like calendars can all go together on the 'art wall' space.
and then let your wall composition fill up from there. This wall looks like it was built up organically over time.
Pinned up photos on wall in offuce
you don't end up with endless piles all over the place.
Create an inspiration wall. Inspiration walls are much needed if you like to spend your free time clipping magazines or tend to accumulate small paper items. Be sure to keep a bin of tacks nearby so you don't end up with endless
style. No matter the size, the lighting and the furniture you put in it, your space will feel like home if it reflects you. You will actually want to work in an environment that is full of things that inspire you and your business. An easy way to do this is with your own artwork and other collections
“Inspiration board/wall” — Rachel Gubser
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Showroom Display
I don't understand - I don't see anything holding the items in on the door shelves. What would keep things from flying off if they were opened a little too fast?.
have a bedroom that has ceramic design that I was forced to use as a headboard... problem is that it makes my bed right at the door entrance. If I put the bed any where in the room it will be under a window.... any ideas?
How do the middle shelves hold up with so much weight on them?
Thank you decocco and babyshop for your answers - it does look like glasss/plastic inserted. Excellent idea if you can slide it out for easy cleaning!
John, do you dislike people who keep things very neat, or go to nice places for dinner? I can't afford to very often, but I don't begrudge those that can. Just because someone can afford to eat
“pantry” — Precious Petreece
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