idea for area near stairs leading to second floor opposite pantry
landscaping style for little mountain
drapes & rods for master bedroom
heated towel rack
border around shower
build area for bench and some built-ins?
master bath door
like strip design theme for both bed and ceiling...ceiling so cool!
nice custom touch on side panels
"Playful Perfection" aptly titled and like the approach
upstairs window idea
gutter detail when pipes trail down wall
chandelier, sophisticated yet warm and inviting
tile idea for laundry room
ceiling high mirrors, large scale sconces...
like the feel and think it would work at little mountain - like the chair style mix
shower tile matches backsplash
lighting under ledge
Light, bright and open, a coastal kitchen just begs for everyone to gather around the big island while dinner is being prepared. This casual style is easy to love and easy to live with...
Strike a Warm Note at the Threshold The entry is the first part of your home visitors see. Set a warm and welcoming tone by making sure the entry is well-lit and clutter-free. Supplement an overhead fixture with a table lamp for more even lighting, and provide a seat for setting down bags or taking off shoes. If clutter tends to build up in this area and you don’t have a closet, consider adding a chest of drawers where you can stash mail, papers and other get-out-the-door essentials. Finally, add a personal touch — a framed photo, vase of flowers or small painting — to give visitors a taste of your decorating style.
Put Family Photos on Display What you choose to put on your walls tells a story, and while artwork you adore certainly has its place, it’s the family photos and kid-made art that will really give your home a personal touch. Hallways and stairwells can be ideal for family photo galleries, since it’s easy to stop and get a closer look. And don’t be afraid to include some candid and imperfect snapshots on your photo wall. The feelings and memories a photo calls up are more important than having a perfectly staged shot.
Choose Materials That Improve With Age Good-quality natural materials such as leather, solid wood, woven baskets and pure wool blankets tend to age well. In fact, the dings and scratches that come with their normal wear and tear actually put guests at ease — instead of worrying about where to sit or set down a cup, everyone is free to relax! If you’re shopping for new furniture, consider going with reclaimed wood, vintage leather or new pieces that have that imperfect, wabi-sabi look.
exterior accents to add visual interest
she's beautiful!! mb or office? have to have somewhere!