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Brandon Architects, Inc.
wide plank floor sea grass wall
Layout, colors, furniture, windows, cabinets, lighting
window blinds with light furniture
Window treatments and lighting
Warm and light scheme
Don't understand the person's remarks who spoke so negatively about shingles. If you go to Nantucket, that's all you will see. The sea water weathers the shingles and they turn gray. A beautiful color of gray, in fact. Very nautical feeling. Traveling will help you embrace more styles
pale windows and doors, like light and dark shingle
Dirk Denison Architects
for the space and light project
love light...Panto pendant light
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
big wall to wall bookcase in my living room. The bottom part has cabinets. I'm having it painted white similar to the trim. The wall color is a light yellow. I'm also using a semi-gloss oil paint. Is white the right color for this?
Try the Decorators white in light sheen .
color fo floors, sea foam on walls, hint of wallpaper and red runner on stairs
Nice colors - like the wall color and lightness with pops of bright colored accents.
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
Minnesota Private Residence
sea grass wallpaper and size of bed!
Very serene light blue bedroom, with mixed wood furniture.
light, airy, romantic
Light color grasscloth
Melissa Lenox Design
Alamo Square Living Room
Nice blue wall, not too dark not too light
YES nice and mello light
Blue walls, art, light fixture
leaves are a great complement to the peacock blue walls in this eclectic San Francisco living room. I'd like to see some more green plants to balance the sea of intense color, especially behind the cream chair in the foreground, but this is a great start.
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
A Space Transformed
Color palate, cream with sea green accents
white cabinet with light counter top
Love the light blue color against white. Add shells and starfish
Lighting and strip of river rock on floor
very nice. love mirror,light fixtures,vanity,tub
mirror for what I think about myself? Yeah, right.” So look at it this way: What is the point of spending money on new clothes if you lose them in a sea of stuff you don’t even wear? At least think of it as making room for all the new things you’re going to buy this season.
create a personal, unique space. “When ceilings are more than 8 feet high, we frequently add a simple chandelier-style light fixture,” says Clarke. “Not only does this provide some nice light for the room, but it enhances that feel of a boutique space.” Instead of filling every available inch with shelves
turning your attic into a closet is it doesn’t necessarily require a big renovation as long as the basics are in place, such as decent flooring and lighting. It’s unlikely that guests will see it, so you can easily complete the transformation by simply installing a few sturdy rods or buying freestanding