April 9, 2017 / by Preginund / Home / No Comments

5 Queries for Houzz Layout Stars

This week continues to be one that’s our concerns page jampacked with Houzz visitors’ layout predicaments. Re-designing a front-porch whether decorating a fireplace wall, or uniting diverse and modern design, the Houzz neighborhood continues to be asking and replying. For those who have not yet had a chance, check out the layout predicaments of this […]

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March 9, 2017 / by Preginund / Decorating Guides / No Comments

Oscars: From Interior Decor to the Red Carpet

I like the redcarpet evaluations of the Oscars therefore a whole lot more than playing victor drone on as the orchestra attempts to perform them! Dresses come off the runways that are couture and onto the stars well before before they can be accessible for other people. Nevertheless, a lot of the looks last evening […]

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March 6, 2017 / by Preginund / Small Spaces / No Comments

Lift Off! Unfixed Characteristics for Little Spaces

Itis a depressing fact: There Is just so much footage in a house, and furniture is taking a huge hunk of it up. But when you consider all the accessible space that proceeds up to the ceiling and begins just past the flooring, suddenly never-ending possibilities open up for you. Float some a desk, shelves […]

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March 3, 2017 / by Preginund / Home / No Comments

Houzz Tour: The Pure Fashion of Lauren Liess

Stepping in the house of designer Lauren Liess — almost — feels feels as though getting a sip of plain water. It is comfortingly traditional, trendy, and straightforward. Yet (and that is where the water analogy ends) for each of the serene, natural components, surprising details abound. A striking chandelier, a post card-turned large scale […]

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February 26, 2017 / by Preginund / Home / No Comments

Thought of the Week: DIY Pot Rack

We adore this smart idea to get a custom pot rack from Houzz member Dianna, an Ohio artist who loves picture (rather not on canvas) and transforming cast-off furniture into “exceptional workable parts.” The ledge ($1 from a salvage shop) and mounts ($2) support an item of copper piping in the hardware store. Could implements […]

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February 20, 2017 / by Preginund / More Room Guides / No Comments

Be Our Guest(s): Twin Bed Guest Rooms

Visitor rooms have been reigned over by the queen mattress all over the world. However, for families having a constant stream of guests, it isn’t necessarily the flexible or most useful selection. Two twins, on the flip side, can cover the gamut of guests, from children to singles, a grandparent or 2 — heck, even […]

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February 4, 2017 / by Preginund / Lighting / No Comments

Modern Images: Silk Fortuny Light Fixtures

My greatest regret in the session I studied in Venezia is that I ignorantly spent a zillion dollars by stupidly using my phone card (remember these?) Instead of investing it. The dollar was driving high from the lira and I Will never get another opportunity like that. Thus, “contemporary” in this ideabook name is a […]

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January 29, 2017 / by Preginund / Home / No Comments

Houzz Tour: An East Coast Victorian

Last week we highlighted a Westcoast Victorian where a lot of the first Victorian particulars had been too damaged to fix or had been ripped out in renovations that were previous. We’ve got an East-Coast Victorian to reveal you now. While several of its own initial details were maintained, the home was not at all-family […]

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