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Lifeseven Photography
Staging Ideas
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Corner shower idea (but nothing else)
shower perfect, small tile on floor, larger tile on walls, claw foot tub
Like the wanes coating. Like that it's modem twist on 50 s style. No wine perch for tub. Shower looks small
bajanrolf, in the Comments sectionI just love this kind of story: 1. Using phone books is a great nutty home fix; 2. Finding the elusive matching foot for a steal, right down the road; 3. The idea to have them dipped in brass. Oh-la-la!Full story: Rub-a-Dub-Dub, Add Color to Your Tub
we managed to find a matching claw foot at an old Toronto plumbing wholesaler called Addison just a few blocks from our house. Turned out they had a small mountain of them stacked in a corner. ‘Take yer pick,’ he said. ‘Five dollars.’ The plumber suggested I bring all the tub’s old pitted and painted claw
“Floor to ceiling glass” — 9733664550
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My Houzz: Midcentury Heirlooms and Artwork Charm a 1908 Mississippi Home
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My Houzz: Midcentury Heirlooms and Artwork Charm a 1908 Mississippi Home
Renters may be reluctant to make holes in the walls, but small holes are easily patched and covered, so please don’t let that stop you. Putting your art, photos and objects on the walls is one of the quickest ways to make a house feel like a home. It’s a step that, while in reality is easily changed, feels
Idea for hanging license plates on the wall.
Great idea for license plate collection
Renters may be reluctant to make holes in the walls, but small holes are easily patched and covered, so please don’t let that stop you. Putting your art, photos and objects on the walls is one of the quickest ways to make a house feel like a home. It’s a step that, while in reality is easily changed, feels
“License plates” — mmartin84
Murray Legge Architecture
1 Review
Stekler House
Ideabooks964
Questions1
Waoh, what an idea for the backyard for library or office purposes.
Open, bright home office. Floor to ceiling windows
Nice idea to have a long wide shelf instead of a desk in a study giving cleaner lines
Thanks to the bedroom overhead, the study has an appropriately small scale, aided by the half bath and other service spaces behind the wall of books. Note the small window at the base of the far wall, the same opening we saw from the addition’s east facade.
“Office” — 107nola
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Roebuck Home
Ideabooks1,766
Questions1
like the idea of a place for hats, bags, etc. not sure where in my home, but our loss fun, welcoming
Colorful idea for sewing room chair.
A colorful medley of totes and straw hats lines the wall next to the front door. A small antique chair acts as a side table, with books bringing height and texture to the seat.Totes: All by Hable Construction except the one with orange leather handles
“Chair next to sofa” — misiu123
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Riverhouse
Ideabooks29,965
Questions15
My kitchen cabinets are very light sand wood and I need to do the floors in my home. I prefer hardwood but dont know which color hardwood matches the best
this is a brilliant idea ! Buy two single divan beds, cover them how you want & just add back cushions. Instant sectional!
I love the idea of this for a nook in a bedroom.
this makes me think of the idea of a chaise at the bay window
1. An assortment of books. One of the most enjoyable pastimes when visiting someone else's home is rummaging through their book collection. Whether you have a full wall of shelving or a slender cabinet or case, stock it with a variety of reading
By the book. Here’s a great way to subtly integrate a bold pattern into a small room. Here the wide stripes on the upholstery mimic the vertical lines of the books behind — not only in color, but also in scale.
“Book shelf” — tonyge
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Roble Ridge I
Ideabooks22,834
Questions7
residence featuring bay windows and gabled roofs. The copper roofing detail, stone exterior and use of horizontal lines bring a grounded feeling to this home giving the residence a familiar yet contemporary appeal. Photographer Bernard André
to center. Before you start ripping into your home I would suggest checking with your local building inspector to see what guidelines they have on open structures and them enlist the services of a licensed architect. Torry Manzo Renaissance Kitchen and Home
Wow this is a beautiful Pergola.There are several ways to attach a structure to a existing house. The most common is to attach it to the existing home's rim joist, by bolting it every 16" using galvanized or stainless screws. As far as the rafters go, it will depend on the size and length of the structure
“Architecture” — bzybee
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Modern Home Office
Ideabooks2,314
Questions5
This modern home office is grounded by the Carrara marble table and surrounded by modern white chairs. The walls are upholstered in menswear fabric, which helps absorb sound and adds a tailored touch. By Kenneth Brown Design
Skype) for a pre-planned back-drop? If not, Do you know, what color tones are preferred-customary / “to do’s” and ” not-to-do’s” / when planning a home office video conferencing office space back-ground for a self-employed professional?
bright whites. Also avoid any small pattern that may 'vibrate' on camera.
Small space with dark walls but white acents
I like the idea of framing the kids pictures
“Wall color” — suzi1026
Klopf Architecture
2 Reviews
Exterior, master bathroom added in zig-zag because of setbacks
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Hell, Your homes are beautifully redone. We live in Oakland, and have a tar and gravel roof, and a terrible old brick siding. We have terrible Home Depot gutters along the edges, and I am curious to know if the construction type shown
I wish I invented the concept... Actually, there are problems with the idea, the main one being: when leaves clog up the drain holes, you get a big pond on your roof!
Western Red Cedar from being too red. Rather, more like walnut when its finished with a clear poly. Here's the screen and ceiling unfinished at my home.
Square pavers and small rocks in between
was on a pretty sharp angle from the house, so Klopf created a sawtooth-shaped addition instead of a rectangular addition, giving the homeowners a small bathroom and a separate vanity room next to the bedroom. The bathroom's rear door opens up to the pool area, giving the clients immediate access to
“fence” — amybergant
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