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Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
square trim in contrasting white tailors the aesthetics of this design. Note the simplified porch post brackets, which pleasantly allude to structural supports found in regional designs.
“Color combo” — diana
The Happy Home Project
baskets, oriental rug and hand-woven cushions. Objects that remind you of your travels can transport you to a different place; objects that you know support micro-economic ventures in impoverished countries (like these baskets) always make you feel good.
“Colors” — verdkam
Camilla Molders
3 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design
pick the one single material they absolutely love. Start with that one material as your building block and pick the remaining materials and colors to support it. This exquisite tile can stand on its own in a room. The rich wood and neutral flooring and wall color allow it to take center stage.
“Tiles” — possiblee
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
9 Reviews
Warren Avenue
ceiling track is actually Microllam beams wrapped in mahogany. Although it appears that the bed slides within the “track,” it only swings. Four overhead support chains hung from galvanized eye bolts are anchored to each of the bed’s four corners.
“Colors” — sylviemarcandre
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
regenerative nest
pulled from the brick and painted on the front door, the eye looks into the porch and toward the door. The surrounding brick accents balance out and support the deep red color on the door and window trim. The soft muted green siding color and darker accent green complement the rich reds perfectly.
“I like the stair edge with the bricks” — taintors
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency State
Trellises and lattices. These patterns remind preps of the outdoor armature that supports the climbing roses at the real or imagined family compound on Nantucket.
“Fretwork or lattice wallpaper is a mainstay of Palm Beach interiors; for mirrors, you can’t go wro” — seaside13
Kia Designs
3 Reviews
Floating away...
This bed is attached at the head to the wall and supported by a leg in the middle. Cool!
“Floating bed” — larachapple
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Front Garden
GardenPlan your garden as a composition of plants that work together. Think of your garden like a plant community, where the species interact to support one another and thrive. The magic of the tallgrass prairie in the Midwest, for example, is that the plants grow to a range of very different root depths;
“I love this cute cottage!” — daisyhephzibah
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