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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Asheville Home
reclaimed door from Old World Architectural and installing it to swing the opposite way. "Now you are directed toward a foyer of sorts, created by adding a small dresser and a bench with hooks over it," Garuti notes.
“kladka” — Nurbek Nazarbayev
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Courtyard Residence Hall
A similar dark teal hue has a huge impact in small doses — use it to showcase interesting architectural elements. I like the contrast here between the deep, dark door color and the vibrant fuchsia rug just inside the room.
“color combination?” — blavella
Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Some of the changes made in the home's original design made the spaces feel awkward. The original family room was a small, angled space that made it difficult to place furniture. Gordon designed full-height, wall-to-wall cabinetry that visually straightened out the main wall of the room. One of the
“sculpture on books” — dlsmithinteriors
David Howell Design
1 Review
Prospect Park West
2. Hop on board. When my middle son was small, he was a train enthusiast. He would stand at a train table for hours. If you have a child who shows an interest in building things, a train table is
“Table” — Christie Livingston
Leonard Grant Architecture
Mesa View Residence, Arroyo Grande
This tub provides a big square of small blue tiles that say "Hey! Look at Me! I'm FABULOUS!"
“turquoise tile” — hergenhan
Modal Design
Walnut Residence
As Monti says, “The neighborhood is in transition; most existing single-family residences were built in the early 1920s and ’30s, but most are so small, they’re either being renovated and expanded or torn down for larger homes.“ The house that he designed is on par with those newer houses, which also
“Todo” — sangm
Van Wicklen Design
8 Reviews
jvw home
Continuing the thread of a touch of country in the new addition, custom knotty pine barn doors were used in Luke's room. This one opens to a small office off his room.
“nice shelves atop the windows” — thalia902
True Interiors, LLC
Eclectic Nursery
1. Paint can work magic in small spaces. You can make your attic nursery feel even taller by painting the walls and the sloped part of the ceiling the same color, says Heather Brown of True Interiors. This simple trick allows the two portions to visually read as one, taller wall. Have fun with the color
“Alphabet on the wall idea” — Melanie Cornett
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