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work space
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Set up paperless billing. Some things to consider before making the plunge:• You can set up paperless billing through your bank or individual vendors. Decide which feels more comfortable for you. Just know that if you go the bank route and decide to switch banks at a later date, you'll have to start
track of user names and passwords in one place for easy access.• Don't forget to jot down bill due dates in your calendar or set up your bills for automatic payment.• I love setting Google reminders to prompt me with a text or email when a bill is nearing its due date. (It also backs up my billing schedule
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Tyler Grace
1 Review
Living Spaces
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5. Set a work-home boundary. It seems next to impossible these days to completely disconnect from the online world — but, hard as it may be, setting some limits is essential for a happy, healthy weekend. If you must touch base with work, set aside a few specific (short) pockets
that during the weekend, and put thoughts of the office away the rest of the time. If you enjoy browsing online for leisure, it can also be helpful to set some limits — it’s all too easy to get lost in an Internet rabbit hole for hours on end.
“Girls' desks in bedrooms Clear chair” — Marlo Stubbs
Heather Hilliard Design
Presidio
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Tall accent table to hold my glass chess set
love the idea of having a game set up in front of the fireplace!
this is such a cute set up
WE HAVE THE TWO CHAIRS AND THE TABLE FOR THIS SET UP WITH A CHESS GAME..... RIGHT IN FRONT OF FIREPLACE. GOOD DESIGN
With this table-and-chairs set, a game for two can be pulled right up next to a warm fire.
This vignette shows us why photo stylists love to set up a game for interior shots. Imagine the table without it —it would still be a lovely room, but the photo would not be as engaging. The chess game
“Las sillas” — lachava
K2 Design
Bal Harbour dining room
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i like those place settings, the napkins and place mats
Place settings/ placemats only
Nice dinning room set
Table setting/plates
Here the table setting reflects the interior design and keeps the silver and white color palette consistent.
Table setting...Dining set up...Settings chairs...Dining table set...place setting...table setting
“lighting” — suraiyakala
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Contemporary - Quogue, NY
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can also act as a buffet, perfect for setting out plates and dishes of food when dinner is ready.
half wall acts as buffet for setting out food
Install cabinets on the kitchen side and slide your dining table up near the other. The top of the partial wall can also act as a buffet, perfect for setting out plates and dishes of food when dinner is ready.
Install cabinets on the kitchen side and slide your dining table up near the other. The top of the partial wall can also act as a buffet, perfect for setting out plates and dishes of food when dinner is ready.
“Love the half wall concept!” — emilia12345
Donatelli Builders, Inc
16 Reviews
Modern Renovation
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Halliday and Baillie mortised handle set
Mounting Pocket doors: hardware:Halliday & Baillie (choose a mortised set for it's looks & ease of use.
Use a mortised set like the one seen here from Halliday and Baillie. The resulting look
a mortised set like the one seen here from Halliday and Baillie. The resulting look and function is much more pleasant because it moves the recessed parts of the pull away from the door edge allowing easier access for your hands, and its larger size is easy to grip. Choose a mortised set for its looks
pocket door hardware- Use a mortised set like the one seen here from Halliday and Baillie.
mounting mortised set from Halliday and Baillie
Use a mortised set like the one seen here from Halliday and Baillie.The resulting look and function is much more pleasant because it moves the recessed parts of the pull away from the door edge allowing easier access for your hands, and its larger size is easy to grip. Choose a mortised set for its looks
“door” — kemolina
THINK Architecture - John Shirley
Apline Estate
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sides of brick set in concrete and center set in sand
clean, neat brick walkway.brick walkway to front door - sides set into concrete, middle on top of masonry sand with more sand
will not subside or shift, a critical detail under tables and chairs. For paths the standard approach is to set the outer edges of brick in a solid concrete base, pave the inner surface with brick set on well-compacted mason’s sand and then brush more sand into the joints to lock them into place. For shady
will not subside or shift, a critical detail under tables and chairs. For paths the standard approach is to set the outer edges of brick in a solid concrete base, pave the inner surface with brick set on well-compacted mason’s sand and then brush more sand into the joints to lock them into place. For shady
“variegated brick” — comins
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: An Eclectic 1920s Farmhouse in Georgia
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bistro set -- i like the hot pink (or another bold color)
The pink bistro set against the green trim is so cheery!
a cool gray, and Lauren Anne spray painted their bistro set from T.J.Maxx neon pink.
When this family moved into an eclectic farmhouse in Athens, Georgia, they decided to keep the bright green trim and accentuated it with a hot-pink café set. It's very fitting in the town that spawned the B-52s. See
and door frames on the outside of the property. They recently stained their back decking area a cool grey, and Lauren Anne spray painted their bistro set from T.J.Maxx neon pink.
“cafe” — rahulgn
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