1,315 Expansive Home Design Ideas, Pictures and Inspiration
Before and After photos courtesy of my remote clients. All details about this project can be found here: https://blog.making-spaces.net/2019/04/01/vine-bleu-room-remote-design/
The MultiTable FlexTable Height Adjustable sit Stand Desk. https://www.multitable.com/product/flextable-height-adjustable-standing-desk/ The FlexTable by MultiTable is uniquely designed from the ground up to be the most steadfast, versatile and adaptable height adjustable standing desk made for today’s modern workspace. Now the power is in your hands to sit or stand with an affordable height adjustable desk that can be ordered with an electric up-down switch or a hand crank – you get to choose how to raise and lower your desk surface. Best part is you can easily and quickly convert the FlexTable from a manual hand crank to an electric switch at any time with the FlexTable Electric Upgrade Kit. Offering impressive height adjustability from 27 ⅝” to 45 ⅞”, the FlexTable is made from quality-grade aluminum and steel components that can support standard desk tops ranging from 40” to 72” wide. Our most affordable standing desk yet, FlexTable achieves the ultimate in functionality, comfort and flexibility. With MultiTable, you decide how you accomplish your best work. FEATURES: Affordable, high-quality design in a variety of standard colors Powder-coated premium aluminum and steel desk frame Expansive height adjustability from 27 ⅝” to 45 ⅞” Adjustable width range from: 43” to 67” Adjustable desk frame width supports desk tops up to 72” Wide desk frame leg structure for improved stability and durability Flexible conversion from manual hand crank to electric switch with FlexTable Electric Conversion Kit 30-day return guarantee 5-year limited warranty
Kari McIntosh Design
Julie Mikos Photography
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Innenansicht Wohnraum im Energiegarten aus Polycarbonat in Holzbauweise mit Erschließung über eine Stahltreppe. Im Obergeschoss befinden sich Kinderzimmer, ein Bad und eine Bibliothek auf der Galerie Fotos: Markus Vogt
I am specialising in custom hand-painted murals and also open to proposals for the graphic design on a computer and fine arts. All I need is your concept or idea and I can do the rest. Each mural is completely personal to you and will be designed to fit your specific requirements and needs. I can paint in a wide range of styles, from decorative intricate murals to cartoon characters, as well as bespoke designed murals to suit your brief. I can produce work to fit a wide spectrum of budgets, from the fairly simple (but still fabulous) to big full room murals. I provide a FREE sketch of your future wall painting/mural which we can discuss and choose the best. The sketch can be made from different drawings in one unique composition and can be placed in 3d in a photo of your room for a better view. Every single mural is individually designed to your brief, your space, and your budget. The cost of a mural is determined by the size of the wall area, the level of detail in the mural design, and your location... I give fixed prices when quoting for a mural, which includes all my painting, travelling and material costs. So the price I quote is the price you pay even if your mural takes me a little longer to paint than I estimated. My quotations are free of charge and without obligation. Please, the first meeting I prefer in WRITING. You can write to me directly to discuss your mural project on my number for a free consultation and guide price in your case. I am available on Whatsapp, Telegram, Viber.
micro interior design
servizio fotografico: Debora Di Michele (micro interior design)
Hartwell Kitchen & Bath
This is a double vanity in our Dark Chocolate Shaker cabinet. This master Bathroom also had a two head shower as well as the massive soaking tub.
StarStyle® Productions, LLC
In My Sister’s Garden-A Wistful Romp through a Drought Resistant Oasis "Spring is the time of the year, when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade." - Charles Dickens One of the great things about growing up on a farm in the boondocks is that your tribe is your family. We five siblings were as thick as thieves as we climbed trees, worked the fields, pulled fences, drove tractors, branded cattle, and planted the spring garden. We played, we quarreled, and we dug in the dirt together. By the time May arrived, we ached to get our hands grubby in the vegetable patch. Waiting for the vegetables to sprout and be harvested taught us patience and responsibility. Of course, Mom’s beautiful flower gardens would already be abloom by this time of year getting us into constant trouble because we were forever picking bouquets not only for her, but, for teachers, 4-H leaders, and Sunday masses. As we grew into adults, our love of the earth grew as well. Following in the big shoes of my Father, my brother continued the family tradition of being a farmer and has one of the most beautiful vineyards in the county. Our Mother’s love of gardening instructed the gardens of her girls. Recently I walked with my sister Debbie through her eclectic garden. There is a saying that “you can take the girl out of the country, but you can never take the country out of the girl.” With Deb, she’s never left the land where we were born. She is a country cowgirl through and through. She’s always adorned with her cowboy hat, rodeo belt buckle, and boots! She hunts, fishes, grows her food, and would have relished being a pioneer in the 1870’s. Debbie and her husband are the ultimate recyclers and re-purposers. With their barnyard of adopted animals-pigs, goats, donkeys, chickens, even Texas long horns at one time, all the weeds and garden cuttings feed the animals and the manure is then recycled back to the garden. They collect rooftop rain runoff in used wine barrels then pipe it to a storage tank to help with summer watering. It’s never enough, but every drop helps. Their garden art includes rusted plows, wooden swings, a plethora of homemade birdhouses, multiple fountains made from found objects, wagon wheels, antlers, the cutest country chicken coop you ever did see, and a sleeping shed outfitted with a bear hide, antique fishing gear, pinecones, and found treasures of every sort. From their patio they watch the wildlife on their hillside property-deer, bobcats, raccoons, turkeys, skunks, and the occasional mountain lion. It’s a playful, restful garden setting, albeit with a watchful eye for the rattlesnakes that enjoy this oasis as well. What I love about Debbie’s garden is how it reflects her unique personality, her love of the land, and her admiration for the history of the Wild West. As we ambled around the property with her happy dogs in the lead, the songbirds sang, a bevy of butterflies delicately landed on her flowers, and the koi in the pond swam to the surface to greet me. This time together immersed in this sustainable landscape nurtured my soul and brought our childhood memories to vivid life. Although we grow the same plants, shrubs, trees, and succulents in both of our yards, our designs and esthetics are completely different. And that’s the beauty of creating a garden, making it your own special paradise where you can find peace, tranquility, and restoration in tandem with the wild kingdom. TIPS TO CREATING YOUR OWN UNIQUE PLAYGROUND ⎫ Don’t over-think it! Make lists of everything you enjoy in a garden then do it. ⎫ Be conservation conscious as well as considerate of nature. ⎫ Be creative. Think swathes, angles, circles, and flow. There is nothing more boring than a box. ⎫ The hardscape must include natural materials: rocks, gravel, barn wood, shells, or anything meaningful to you. ⎫ Instead of buying art, repurpose childhood toys, old sinks, even a commode overflowing with flowers can be comical. ⎫ Be playful. When you are going to spend time in the outdoors, you want to enjoy yourself. Allow your personality to shine. ⎫ Add surprises, secret gardens, hedged rooms, anything that will enhance the whimsical and magical element to your garden experience. ⎫ Lead to a focal point or view with meandering paths, walkways, and trails. ⎫ Invite the pollinators; bees, butterflies, and birds by providing housing, nectar flowers, protection, fountains, and ponds. ⎫ Mix it up. For a drought resistant garden, consider an array of beautiful succulents, cactus, lavender, bulbs, iris, daylily, geraniums, and other plants that will add color, texture, form, and structure, yet require little maintenance and minimal water. ⎫ A potager, pots, or area designated for edibles and herbs is a must have. There is nothing better than picking your dinner from your own property. ⎫ Benches, swings, lounge chairs, umbrellas, and places to unwind, watch the clouds, savor sunsets, and marvel at the stars make your garden your home. ` What’s so fun about our family gardening experience is the sharing that we all do in giving each other clips, snips, cuttings, bulbs, and volunteers. We grow the same specimens and as we stroll and admire our handiwork, we can’t remember who gave what to whom first. As I said farewell to my sister, she handed me a hand-painted tin filled with blooming echeveria from clippings I had given her a few years before. We shared a laugh. Little did I know this would be the last walk with my sister. She died just a few days before this article was published. She would have loved to have seen her passion in print. Debbie may you garden in the heavens. The circle of life continues. Happy Trails to you, Debbie. Until we meet again... Read more: https://www.lam orindaweekly.com/archive/issue1006/Digging-Deep-with-Cynthia-Brian.html Scribd: https://www.scribd.com/doc/313702488/My-Sister-s-Garden-Digging-Deep-With-Cynthia-Brian Radio Broadcast: http://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/92459/porn-alarm-effective-apologies-in-my-sisters-garden Press Pass: http://vapresspass.com/2016/05/24/in-my-sisters-garden-a-wistful-romp-through-a-drought-resistant-oasis-by-cynthia-brian/ ©2016 Cynthia Brian The Goddess Gardener Starstyle® Productions, llc Cynthia@GoddessGardener.com www.GoddessGardener.com 925-377-STAR Tune into Cynthia’s Radio show at www.StarStyleRadio.com I am available as a speaker, designer, and consultant. 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Angelus Paving Stones
Ryan Beck Photography
Quoin Design & Renovations; P&L Properties
Dog Run Shower area. Great for puppy cleaning station on AstroTurf carpet. Kim Comeaux
Shaker Grey Kitchen Cabinets
Exciting Windows! by Stacey Hudson
Photo by client. Sometimes we have clients who already have their own ideas and because of limited funds, they choose to measure and install their own window treatments. That was the case for this client. She provided the measurements and I came up with the design and perfectly thought out plan after the client showed me the geometric fabric. I wanted the fabric to switch colors at just the right spot. A great drapery designer will think about how the window treatment will best accent the windows. We chose a patterned fabric for the top. Just a little pop of color and fun but not too much pattern to overwhelm the space. The cream fabric was chosen to relax the eye while the dark teal at the bottom was the perfect choice to bring the color scheme together...plus it is a darker color to hide what ever small stains children and pets could get on the fabric. The pillows bring the top fabric band down into the rest of the space, spreading the pop of fun around the room. This client felt this window treatment surpassed any idea she came up with and it is the best performing picture I have on facebook for arched window designs.
Home, yard beautification, heavenly greens, artificial turf, artificial grass
Floors of Stone
The colours of the Country Mix Tumbled Travertine work wonderfully in this light, spacious kitchen. The tiles are rustic in nature so bring a wonderful sense of variation and texture to the space.
Giasotti - Roseville
Giasotti Design Group
Gentle Gardener Green Design
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