Architect's Toolbox: The Open Corner Window

Architect's Toolbox: The Open Corner Window

The traditional way of producing a room would be to build four partitions, each connected and vertical to the adjoining wall. Doors and windows are then”cut” or”punched” into the walls to join rooms and present views and light. In the late 19th century, architects at the upper Midwest started to experiment with producing rooms that …

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9 Ways Using the Invisible Coffee Table

9 Ways Using the Invisible Coffee Table

Among the simplest ways to make a room feel larger would be to keep it from being overly high of furniture. To be able to eliminate keeping all the furniture you require, use a sneaky designers’ suggestion: clear furniture. Even though glass-topped tables reigned in the past, technology has brought us more flexible and minimal …

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Go Beyond the White Ceiling

Go Beyond the White Ceiling

Homes with crown moldings offer especially great chances to use an accent color on the ceiling, given that their natural dividing line between wall and ceiling. But how to decide on the colour? It’s an important choice that requires the colour of the molding in addition to the ceiling, and you want to get it …

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Easy Decorating: New Programs for Tabletop Favorites

Easy Decorating: New Programs for Tabletop Favorites

Eyes turn into the Thanksgiving table in November. You may be running around, clanging through storage, digging through boxes, trying to unearth all your tabletop accessories you know you’ve… somewhere. Imagine how much simpler this process is if some key items were already out and around as screen accessories during your home? Let’s face ityour …

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Houzz Tour: Fuss-Free Venice Beach Bungalow

Houzz Tour: Fuss-Free Venice Beach Bungalow

Situated in Venice Beach, Calif. — a bustling seaside tourist destination for its art and culture — is a cozy bungalow built in 1895 which belongs to interior designer Katerina Tana. Los Angeles-born and London-raised, Tana purchased the property from 2000. The house was originally recorded as a tear-down, but she chose the project to …

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