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Sally Wheat Interiors
Tangley @
Ideabooks31,783
Questions19
These vintage industrial pendants are from our store, Brown, in Houston.
1. Store items used daily in the most accessible shelves, cabinets and drawers. 2. Consider frequency of use of every item before finding a spot for it. For example, store everyday cups, dishes and stemware in a cabinet near the dishwasher
“Color of cabinets” — aanderson06
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Normandy Remodeling
36 Reviews
Vintage Bathroom
Ideabooks58,761
Questions45
particular lights. We typically use local boutique lighting companies to find unique pieces such as these, and perhaps if you visited some local lighting stores in your area you will likely be able to find something similar for your home. Good luck!
light fixtures, although we typically use local boutique lighting companies to find unique pieces such as these. If you visited some local lighting stores in your area you will likely be able to find something similar for your home. The link provided by Kimberly does show very similar light fixtures,
light fixtures, although we typically use local boutique lighting companies to find unique pieces such as these. If you visited some local lighting stores in your area you will likely be able to find something similar for your home. Good luck in your bathroom renovation
“Shower” — janisflynn
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks28,279
Questions47
The chandelier is from Horchow, my favorite online store! http://www.horchow.com/store/catalog/prod.jhtml?itemId=cprod68500004&parentId=cat000099&masterId=cat14540734&index=47&cmCat=cat000000cat1590731cat14540734cat0000
Thanks, great info...that store is actually located in Ottawa. Good luck!
“like” — fulyasel
Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks53,215
Questions9
hot in the south. But for my zone 3 area, if they warm early that's good for me. These are called stock tanks and can be purchased online and at farm stores.
If you're on a budget, like many of us, you can get these a lot cheaper at a Farm & Fleet Store, any farm supply outlet, Ace Hardware, Tractor Supply. They won't have holes, but it's easy to have someone drill some holes, or if you do a "garden
Try farm and ranch i.e. Tractor Supply stores
“Funky” — bootstrapsgirl
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks18,741
Questions4
mjlopez1983, The rain water is stored in a cistern, and re-used for the water feature, (and irrigation). We never have water shortage in Seattle. But if you are in a dry area, you can set
rain water channeled into a water fall!! stored in cistern and reused
storing rainwater is a great idea. Making it a feature is awesome.
“water feature” — sbeccue
Judith Balis Interiors
10 Reviews
Traditional Bathroom
Ideabooks130K
Questions68
I love the dark charcoal walls with all the bright white. The floor tiles were inexpensive stock tiles from one of the big box home improvement stores, and the cabinet was designed by me and built by my carpenter.
Which store did you get the tile from? I love them with the dark gray grout!
tub and shower and love them as well. Not sure what site you are planning on ordering from but we bought everything from Fergusons. We have a local store but you can find all of their products online as well shopferguson.com and they were by far the least expensive. Good luck!
“sinks” — k_rynhasty
Envision Web
Country Kitchens
Ideabooks11,517
Questions5
Wicker baskets to store snacks, drink mixes
If you prefer to keep counters clear, store a bread bin in the pantry. Here each of the bins gets its own shelf for a clean look. Pantries that close offer a good opportunity to experiment with bold colors if you're too shy to do so out in the open. Pick bread bins in colors that awaken your senses.
“sweet pantry” — Jacquelyn Claire Mabry
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks71,562
Questions42
I'm doing outside mount shades and the store recommends a darker fabric border. But I like this look better. Thoughts? Thanks
I believe it's Calvin Klein 'poppy' comforter - and it's still available at department stores.
This project was completed in 2009, I doubt you'll find the decorative furnishings in stores.
“Paint” — sclambrecht
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