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Chalet
7 Reviews
Traditional Bathroom- Bath Vanity
Ideabooks129K
Questions71
Hello My space is only 69" long Would the drawers be to small can you send a picture of how it would look TH
The vanity is sharp! Its the uniqueness in this space.
I like the letter to define who's space
but you could also use this space to store bath toys.
4. Double vanity in Denver. Figuring out how to organize a double vanity can be hard, but Houzz readers found it a little easier thanks to this photo. Shared and individual storage allows for plenty of drawer space. Restoration Hardware mirrors
Invest in a bespoke classicThere is a beautiful, robust quality to this vanity unit that makes it more like a treasured antique than a modern bathroom fixture. The elegant mix of dark wood cupboards (with masses of space for stashing towels and
“Bathroom cabinetry” — lenoregregory
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Bruce Avenue Residence Lower-Level Family Room 4
Ideabooks79,841
Questions19
Thank you for your inquiry! Without seeing images of your space, knowing what tones/hues of red silver and blue you will use or what wallpaper pattern and style you're after we can’t give a definitive answer. However
to use those colors in a setting such as this one in the image above, we would expect to use the wall colors as the primary dramatic features in the space with neutral or more subdued tones on furnishings and will work to balance the effect. Hope this helps! Martha O’Hara Interiors www.oharainteriors
its own color or pattern. Leave lots of open space, as you'll want to show off your new accent wall.
Behind shelves. Create interest in a room by wallpapering the backs of bookshelves. Highlighting bookshelves in this way makes a special display space for treasured accessories and family photos.
“Wallpaper in bookshelves” — leebos1
Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design
14 Reviews
The Classic White Closet - Hancock Park, CA Residence
Ideabooks156K
Questions14
we are converting a 11X11 room into a bedroom for a parent, could a closet like this be added and not take away living space? Do you have any suggestion? Thanks.
horizontal board and because it has a 'pull-out leg' it has to be put at an appropriate height always. Problem with it, is that it needs to have a bit more space than the horizontal board in a vertical cupboard. .I don't know if they send orders overseas! www.ideal.org.il/פרזול-לארונות
Drawer hideaway ironing boards are another space-saving solution that requires even less space than a cabinet ironing station. This closet designer had a pull-out ironing board installed in a closet drawer for last minute
ironing board. Also, it takes up less space. If you had to pick, would you want this in your big closet or your big laundry room?
“Dressing room good idea” — decorbydeeona
Modern Hall
Ideabooks2,480
Questions3
boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around them.
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells
Use plants to boost a space. Plants
affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around them.
What do you like about this photo? Spacing in library
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around
“Bookcase” — Samantha Johnston
The Shabby Nest
shabby nest
Ideabooks18,541
Questions8
making great use of small spaces. the house overall lacks HUGE for storage other than the cabinets. closet space is AWFUL, would love to incorporate storage areas or nooks for random
hooks, space for luggage and hamper
Have a small nook space? Transform it into functional mudroom storage with hooks and baskets for shoes and odds and ends.
Have a small nook space? Transform it into functional mudroom storage with hooks and baskets for shoes and odds and ends.
open storage under a built-in bench. This is a great way to turn an underutilized closet into a multifunctional space.
“love” — jt13181
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
Ideabooks13,054
Questions1
clever use of space , little private corner.
This is an interesting way to use the dead space under twisting stairs. Could even put in a small built-in desk as
Use dead space by stairs for book case
Good use of space--built in bookcases.
4. Library under the stairs. Use the wonderful space under your staircase as the perfect cozy library room. Add shelving, a comfortable bench and a reading lamp to create a reading hideaway.
paired with the high bookcases is reminiscent of that old-world charm found in ancient libraries or sprawling country manors.SHOW USHave you used the space under your stairs in an imaginative way? We’d love to see it. Please share a high-resolution photo in the comments section below.
“Mini library” — jgachiengo
HighCraft Builders
10 Reviews
St. Petes
Ideabooks3,051
Questions4
Creative use of space - think potty on the other side.
bathroom: back to back sink (space saver?)
Great idea for limited ceiling space!
eye-catching, so consider them for a focal point in the bathroom. Especially if the space is funky or small — a focal point distracts the eye from awkward ceilings.
Maximise an unused areaIf your bathroom lacks wall space, try this trick: face-to-face vanity units plonked smack bang in the middle of
“Possible set up?” — debsaccount
Lauren Rubin Architecture
4 Reviews
Art-Deco apartment combination/renovation
Ideabooks11,986
Questions3
I like the extra shelving idea for a small space
Cool way to frame a door with storage space!
Nice storage idea for dead space in the kitchen.
for small, unused gaps that could be filled with a bit of shelving: a tall, narrow opening beside the washer and dryer, for instance, or 6 inches of space on either side of the kitchen door.
eye out for small, unused gaps that could be filled with a bit of shelving; a tall, narrow opening beside the washer and dryer, for instance, or that space on either side of the kitchen door.
“storage solutions” — Kristina Wenzler
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