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One of the projects we're focusing on this year (as outlined in this post) is the hallways. Often forgotten about, and yet, passed through all. the. time. We have two significant hallways (upstairs and downstair)
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The ceilings in our house are on the shorter side at 8 feet. It gives the house a cozy feel, but also can make it feel a bit dark. The decidedly dated
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Have I mentioned lately how much I love what I do? Well I do!! As you may know I work as a designer for Ridgewater Homes, but I’m also now doing their photography. I just did my first photo shoot for them, and it was a blast. Come on and I’ll show you around. […]
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The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz in Lisbon is the epitome of luxury accommodation. Take a video tour of the stunning property with views over the city below.
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Expert tips to make this space narrow but nice (and functional!)
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Laurel has large swooping scrolls which are emphasized by a hand-tied beaded frame, and English-cut crystal and Italian teardrops compliment eachother.
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Overview Details Why We Love It Variety is the spice of light, right? The Grange Chandelier comes in 6-light, 9-light, and 15-light sizes to fit any and every dining space, a guarantee that anyone will love this piece. Choose from guilded Burnished Brass for the classic look or Polished Silver or Aged Iron (Black) for a contemporary take. Includes: 1 6" Stem and 4 12" Stems Lamping: (6) (9) or (15) - Candelabra Torpedo 60w Canopy: 1 3/8" H X 5 1/2" Diameter Supplied with 180'' of Wire…
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In questo appartamento storico convivono stucchi e pezzi di design
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When it comes to lighting, there's a right way and a wrong. The lighting specialists at Mayer Lighting weigh in with common mistakes and why working with an industry expert is the smartest thing you can do.
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