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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
utilitarian of spaces can transform from a simple transit space into a vista in its own right.This carefully thought-out design elevates ordinary steps into a visual joy of texture and color contrast set off by a simple sphere.
dominate the space. Small ones can also create interest and lift a garden design.
“Stairs of DG” — amykoors
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
transforming a space. Painting the wood floors, walls, and wood ceilings in white makes this dining room ethereal. Add an eclectic array of white chairs around the white table and you have an interesting composition. The stained-wood armoire breaks up the white for a warm, balanced space.
smallest of spaces. And really, you can't go wrong with white. It goes with everything.
“painted floors” — ideabookusr
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
designed space. The large wooden spheres and cross-cut wood tile floor add warmth and a touch of the rustic, but in a contemporary way. See more of this house
It's a wine cellar, a cathedral-like space in acrylic that glows blue. I could see the homeowner realizing after this was installed, "I need
“Very different andvery attractive” — Chris Davies
John Kraemer & Sons
30 Reviews
Master Bathroom
doesn't lack space, the use of tall, vertical mirrors makes the space feel even larger and more open. In a larger space, a heavy frame can be added to make the room feel more luxurious.More:Double Your Mirrors for Infinite StyleMagic Mirrors Emerge from Fairy Tales
“Light fixture” — srolon2014
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
ties the space together.Floors: stained European oak; empire stools: Jonathan Adler; sofa: custom in camel linen, Diane Bergeron Interiors
DON'T: Follow trends religiously. Constantly redesigning your space to reflect the latest trends leaves no room to insert your own creativity. It can also be both
Design a space that contains the classics you love. Then accessorize with a few trendy pieces that actually speak to your design aesthetic. In this family room, blue slipcovers and pillow covers allow for versatility when the next cool trend arises.
“Love the light airy feeling of this room. Patterns in the fabric, couches, rug” — mellar
Turn Collaborative
Superior St. Residence
focal to a space, consider black and white photography. Oversized pieces or a grouping add an edge to even the most traditional spaces.
liven this space enough to let this wall remain blank without feeling unfinished. Organic shapes fit nicely with the calm and collected theme and add quite a bit of visual interest.
“Pasta de muro” — deniavalenzuela
Synthesis Design Inc.
32 Reviews
Teevan Residence
ample space to store dishes and napkins out of sight, and installing it on the wall and off the ground opens up the floor space.
visualize the space it will take up. Then I can measure the wall/furniture-to-table clearance. If your table has leaves, include them in your calculations.
“Wall color” — dchino594
Jeneration Interiors
5 Reviews
available space in a kitchen. I've found I will pare down my belongings to fit in a small number of cabinets, and I'll expand them to fill up a large number. If you look at what you really need and edit, you may free up space for a cozy corner bench.
whole space needed new lighting, and the kitchen needed more shelves and functionality," says Dyer. The classic milky beauty of Calacatta marble contrasts with the deeper wooden shades of the dining table and chairs, bought by Dyer at the Santa Monica Swap Meet.
“Pencere onu sofa” — Ferda Orhan
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