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Brad Moore Builders, LLC
Spring Branch Kitchen
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The bar came out of an old drug store.
Store Counters Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer
Used antique store counter as island
I love this old store counter as an island also.
Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t
Store Counters Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer size, they’re somewhat difficult to sell and may not cost as much as you might think. Look for one with interesting detailing on the “outside.” A carpenter can help fabricate
“corner seating” — deenajackson
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks1,675
Questions3
insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack, which is great for drying cups and wineglasses.
If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack, which is great for drying cups and
manufacturers also sell drying rack inserts, like this one. If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack.
still have room for more dirty dishes underneath. If your sink’s manufacturer doesn’t make an insert for your particular model, try the Container Store’s adjustable rack, which is great for drying cups and wineglasses.
drying rack insert from the container store or the sink
“picture arrangement” — cjisthebest
Contemporary Closet
Ideabooks3,300
Questions0
Swedish closet system by Elfa at the Container Store
Elfa, sold at the Container Store
exACTLY WHAT WE NEED FOR THE NEW HOUSE CLOSETS! ELFA SYSTEM FROM THE CONTAINER STORE
Elfa closet system - Container Store
plug) is the Swedish closet system by Elfa, found at the Container Store. Added benefit: It’s easy to remove and take with you.
Elfa closet system at Container Store
Container Store. Added benefit: It’s easy to remove and take with you.
Closet system by Elfa, from the Container Store. It's easy to remove and take with you!
closet system from Container Store - Elfa
versatility and ease of installation (unfortunately, this is a totally uncompensated plug) is the Swedish closet system by Elfa, found at the Container Store. Added benefit: It’s easy to remove and take with you.
“shelving” — 1216goody
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Amoroso Design
Noe Valley Two
Ideabooks12,280
Questions12
$1,200 mattress at store A, and store B is willing to sell you a comparable $3,000 mattress for 50 percent off, you’re still paying $300 more for store B's mattress. Don’t fall for it.Before buying, ask about return policies, restocking fees, delivery charges and whether the store will dispose of your
expensive retailer. Big chain stores might slash prices or offer to negotiate, but they often start from an inflated markup, and the negotiated price might be no better — or even higher — than the no-haggle price at stores like Macy's or Nordstrom. “If I didn’t own a mattress store,” Thompson says, “that’s
“big furniture” — ringram23
Julie Ranee Photography
Shed Turned Guest Space
Ideabooks1,980
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setting resin to fill in the gaps (found in craft stores w/floral supplies)
cover a window with beach glass. glass adhesive. use clear floral setting resin(find in craft store with the floral supplies) to fill in gaps between
floral-setting resin (find it in craft stores with the floral supplies) to fill in gaps between glass pieces.
for areas instead of frosting. Very nice. (use glass adhesive, then floral-setting resin found in craft stores near floral supplies as grout)
in sea glass. Have a nice collection of beach glass? use glass adhesive to cover a window in it. Use a clear floral-setting resin (find it in craft stores with the floral supplies) to fill in gaps between glass pieces.
beach glass? Take a cue from this creative homeowner and use glass adhesive to cover a window in it. Use a clear floral-setting resin (find it in craft stores with the floral supplies) to fill in gaps between glass pieces. This window will block views but still let in light, so use it somewhere where that
“Sea glads” — ylolo
Jeanette Lunde
Home office
Ideabooks8,966
Questions4
Wrapping paper stored in a crate
Great way to store fabric or wrapping paper
Larger sheets that take up too much room when laid flat are a cinch to roll and store. Decorator's touch: Use twine to tie each roll, then store the rolls in a vintage bin.
Tip: If you don't have room for dispensers, store your paper rolls upright in a bin next to your shipping station.
The top of the cottage houses Jeanette's home office. Decorative paper is stored in a wooden crate. The vintage-style radio is from Tivoli.
Store on the floorFor a neat and relaxed feel in your craft room, organise supplies in simple wooden or wire crates that sit on the floor. This fuss-free
The top of the cottage houses Jeanette’s home office. Decorative paper is stored in a wooden crate. The vintage-style radio is from Tivoli.
“Desk” — adreem
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Ideabooks1,595
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Hi cjweener, You could ask the homeowner Rebekah directly, she is a stylist and has her own retail store http://www.houzz.com/pro/onesmallroom/one-small-room-osr-interiors-building-design
look instantly cooler. 2. Rig up a sawhorse table. Need a table fast? Head to the hardware store. A pair of sturdy sawhorses topped with a door slab makes a quick dining table that can be taken down and stored when not in use. Paint the sawhorses and tabletop, or simply cover the whole thing with a giant
Rig up a sawhorse table. Need a table fast? Head to the hardware store. A pair of sturdy sawhorses topped with a door slab makes a quick dining table that can be taken down and stored when not in use. Paint the sawhorses and tabletop, or simply cover the whole thing with a giant
“Fish and chips sign” — Chris Tsakalakis
Jeanette Lunde
Kitchen
Ideabooks5,385
Questions3
Barely more than a wall, this extremely shallow area not only stores platters
to store AND display platters and plates!
I like this for storing the plates so I can see them and use them, maybe taller so the decorative plates can be seen too,
good idea for storing those platters I can't ever reach!
otherwise overlooked looks great and gives an existing kitchen much needed extra storage. Next: Tradition Revisited: Plate Racks 24 Hot Ideas for Storing Spices More kitchen design guides
Barely more than a wall, this extremely shallow area not only stores platters and plates; it acts as a display wall, too.
“The wall-mounted dish rack says "kitchen," but the white painted Danish shelf below implies "just an” — M One Bloc Ltd
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