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Katie Lydon Interiors
2 Reviews
Park Avenue
Ideabooks1,026
Questions3
your dining table into the living room) for a cozy library vibe. For a smaller change, try switching chairs, side tables or lamps between rooms for a new
your dining table into the living room) for a cozy library vibe. For a smaller change, try switching chairs, side tables or lamps between rooms for a new
your dining table into the living room) for a cosy library vibe. For a smaller change, try switching chairs, side tables or lamps between rooms for a new
“Unexpected!” — galescoupons
Loudoun County Interior Designer | Best of Houzz
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Terra Firma Design
13 Reviews
Hazelton Lanes, Yorkville
Ideabooks13,026
Questions8
on wet cushions, keep a storage bench beneath an overhang and toss the smaller pillows in it when you know there is a chance of rain. Lean the larger seat
on wet cushions, keep a storage bench beneath an overhang and toss the smaller pillows in it when you know there is a chance of rain. Lean the larger seat
“All Patio” — George S. McGregor
Hilda Grahnat
Hilda's House
Ideabooks1,241
Questions2
tables come in all styles, shapes and sizes and are always flexible for smaller spaces.
Fill a ledgeWindowsills can be a perfect place to display a collection of smaller plants, and sun-loving varieties will be particularly happy in such an
can also help add a level of privacy to windows that are overlooked. And smaller plants will be easier to take with you – or less of a wrench to leave behind
“Une plante adaptée à la pièce. Jacinte pour la cuisine” — Artiste
Maxwell & Company Architects
4 Reviews
Notting Hill
Ideabooks4,901
Questions3
space using the thick wall concept. Rather than making a small space even smaller, the architect here has chosen to use a freestanding cabinetry unit to provide
space using the thick wall concept. Rather than making a small space even smaller, the architect here has chosen to use a freestanding cabinetry unit to provide
“cool idea for a tiny room. would have had lighting on wall though” — sid61
Dan Kitchens Australia
13 Reviews
V Groove Robe
Ideabooks515
Questions1
flow of the room creates an illusion of space. Nothing makes a room feel smaller than too much free-standing furniture. If you fantasise about watching telly
Floor to ceiling robes, nothing makes a room feel smaller than too much free standing furniture!
flow of the room creates an illusion of space. Nothing makes a room feel smaller than too much free-standing furniture. If you fantasise about watching telly
flow of the room creates an illusion of space. Nothing makes a room feel smaller than too much free-standing furniture. If you fantasise about watching TV
“I really like the panelled built in tobes” — jfowles
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
20 Reviews
Victorian Home
Ideabooks2,740
Questions2
don’t have historic molding, a window is a great place to add some. It’s a smaller task than lining a whole ceiling, and you can do it in just one room. Tip:
don’t have historic molding, a window is a great place to add some. It’s a smaller task than lining a whole ceiling, and you can do it in just one room.Tip:
don’t have historic moulding, a window is a great place to add some. It’s a smaller task than lining a whole ceiling, and you can do it in just one room.Tip:
“Window coverings” — lucyozzy
Farmhouse Living Room
Ideabooks8,269
Questions9
Could always do a smaller furniture piece + a taller wine fridge. Would need to edge counter space
The two-bedroom, two-bath home is just 1,200 square feet — much smaller than most in the area. "Working on an old house like this is a labor of love,"
you must not paint a room a dark color, because that will make it feel smaller. First, this implies that there is something wrong with small rooms. And
“Display case” — wvrichmonf
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks15,000
Questions18
looking at this, I realized that the footprint of the house is just a bit smaller than my apartment. Feeling inspired, I'm now rethinking the size and scope
Like the concept of this back porch on smaller basis.
trend. "New-development houses are getting smaller again," she says. "People are interested in living in smaller spaces that are closer to downtowns rather
“Love the porch” — Jane White
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