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windows set this particular house apart. The connection to Renaissance architecture lies in the order of its details.
windows, set your alarm system if you use one and keep the area around your house well-lit and your bushes trimmed back.A Contractor’s Secrets to Hanging Holiday Decor
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amount set aside until a set number of days after completion. Tradespeople want to see their work completed and will finish up what needs to be done. But in some cases, it is important to not only judge the amount of work done when a contractor applies to be paid but also how much work is left, and can
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Contemporary
could be a setting for A Midsummer Night's Dream.
It takes a lot of of light to highlight plants or a tree — plants seem to just soak up light. Uplights showcase plants beautifully at night. These are lights on the ground, either set on a spike or recessed into the ground.The lighting in this courtyard
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
Hyde Park Loft
manufacturers set up paint chips as monochromatic color schemes. An easy way to add interest to a room is to select several colors from the same chip card. Paint the ceiling one color, three walls a second color and then use the fourth wall as an accent wall by painting it a third color from the same card.These
Set up a rocker in a cozy nook for reading. All you need is a good lamp and a juicy story!
Christy Dillard Kratzer
can be set straight or on the diagonal.
in this setting.
Robert Young Architects
Lake Guest House
might be set back a little bit from the water's edge, but it focuses on the water through large porch and the sliding glass wall that connects inside and outside.
chimney set in the middle of a saltbox roof is a common New England design.
lampshades set in the window effectively repeat the orange used elsewhere in the room as an accent color, as on the side chair and in the floral display.
neutrals set the scene for a variety of looks. In this space designed by Betsy Burnham, anything from bold brights to zebra prints take new light against the two-toned wall.