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Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: A landscape architect, her husband and their son Location: Santa Monica, California Size: 3,500 square feet (325 square meters); 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms Interior designers Krista Schrock and David Dick of Disc Interiors picked up the design reins last year. To fully understand why they added earthy, touchable elements and nature-based colors to the pure white spaces, you have to know that the woman in the house is a landscape designer and her husband is an avid surfer who works at a nonprofit dedicated to restoring Santa Monica Bay.
Inspiration for a modern living room remodel in Los Angeles with white walls and a standard fireplace Houzz
Wall built out and window set back Patricia Danforth
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Supporters of Licensing – Interior design student Jill Roberson Awbrey shares her stance on the issue: “As an interior design student who has also practiced interior design prior to working towards a degree, I find some value [in licensing]. There is a big difference between decorating and designing. Any time you are dealing with building codes, there should be a license [requirement].
Inspiration for a contemporary home office remodel in San Francisco with carpet and a built-in desk Houzz
Brick wall, floating desk with guest chairs jodiehart
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What’s more, you may not even have to put up blinds, as the obscure glass is perfect for privacy. Having a window designed can be a slightly more complicated process, as you will need to approach a glass designer for the glass and a carpenter for the frame. It might be worth involving an interior designer. who should be able to help you decide on the size, colour and finish, and will have access to reliable tradespeople.
Large contemporary open concept kitchen idea in London with flat-panel cabinets, concrete countertops and an island Houzz
Thickness asymmetry and 2 barstools Debbie Langeman
Nastasi Vail Design
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The designers had the interior sprayed with diluted white paint from top to bottom to approximate the look of whitewash. “We wanted to keep it rough and rustic. and to let the wood and grain show through,” says Nastasi. New pine floors were paired with a spare selection of designer furnishings, for a look that suggests old family pieces collected over time.
Example of a country bedroom design in Portland Maine with medium tone hardwood floors Houzz
kitchen ideas, Cabinets, paint colors, appliances, tables and more. aliceek