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Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,852
Questions10
and subdued space is instantly updated with a clean glass backsplash. By aligning the grout lines, this glass tile creates a more modern look while still complementing the materials and style of the home. This is a great installation for a homeowner who wants an updated and modern feel but is concerned
“bar stool” — Carol Santini
Jon+Aud Design
Townhouse Renovation in San Diego
Ideabooks5,534
Questions8
No. 5. Audrey McEwen and Jon Gaiser spent $38,000 to update their San Diego townhouse into a clean and fresh home full of DIY charm. See the full tour: A San Diego Townhouse Gets a Bright Update
“Mezzanine esta cerrado, así el techo queda más bajito(por lo del aire acondicionado)” — joelleschad
Niche Interiors
24 Reviews
Glamorous Pacific Heights Apartment
Ideabooks4,277
Questions5
like this one would be overkill. In a pinch, you could always rotate: your prized Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair one season; the next, an antique bergère updated with a zebra print.What's your take on eclectic style? Tell us about it in the comments.More: More style guidesEclectic Style: Brave Color MixesVintage
this one would be overkill. In a pinch, you could always rotate – feature your prized Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair one season, the next an antique bergère updated with a zebra print.TELL USWhat’s your take on Eclectic style? Tell us about it in the comments section below.
“L: The doors to the bed” — seahen
td[s]
4 Reviews
Frieda
Ideabooks15,978
Questions17
us would like new cabinets in our kitchens and bathrooms. But the price tag often has us just dealing with what we have. That's why a less-expensive update with fresh paint makes sense. From the Pros: How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets
would like new cupboards in our kitchens and bathrooms. But the price tag often has us just dealing with what we have. That’s why a less-expensive update with fresh paint makes sense. More: From the Pros: How to Paint Kitchen Cupboards
“That's the door I want” — clcissell
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
22 Reviews
Library
Ideabooks18,524
Questions9
A black mantle and hearth gives this seating area an updated look while breaking up the look of books.
Unify. The architecture here, including the molding and the fireplace, reflects the period when the home was built. To update period architecture, keep the furnishings really simple with clean structured shapes. This will lend a modern vibe and create a nice harmony.Here the
“this ottoman but in red or black or aqua” — Candice Czudowski
Kathryn Ivey Interiors
4 Reviews
DC Residences
Ideabooks4,257
Questions5
$1-a-yard fabric in the clearance bin at your local fabric store or use fabric remnants from past projects to update the seats inexpensively. Each cushion will take about 1/2 yard of fabric, so you can update six chairs for $3 bucks. Translation: a steal.
“Chairs” — khoughton1
Robert Nebolon Architects
12 Reviews
San Francisco Floating House
Ideabooks32,115
Questions21
cupboards? Update your bathroom or kitchen with cheery yellow cabinetry that sings. Temper the tone with sophisticated greys, black, white and rustic or industrial accents, which will offset the vibrancy of the happy hue.
Consider colored cabinetry. Sick of your crisp white cabinets? Update your bathroom
“Mirrored shower” — kaostlund
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Woodchuck Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks7,342
Questions7
16. Study nookTime-poor parents have to multitask on the go, so the best modern kitchens make it easy to shoot off an email or post a status update while dinner is on the stove.
side trips won’t send you over the edge.A spreadsheet program such as Excel is a good tool to use for developing a budget, as you can continuously update and modify it as you work your way through the project.
“Computer nook” — deborahadelaney
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