Laundry rooms are one of the most overlooked but utilised areas in your house - especially when you have a busy family. Laundries can vary in size dramatically, and with each client's needs being different from the next, it is important to go with a team who will listen to your requirements and...
A raised wooden flower bed with red robin trees, conifers & plants... | lifestylezz
Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest A raised wooden flower bed with red robin trees, conifers & plants… Source by pentinkytaylors
Brighton East Residence by Megowan Architectural - Contemporary Design
Brighton East Residence sees Megowan Architectural retain the existing charm of the era-specific home, a total internal re-plan and open up its northern end.
You'll Fall in Love with these Hardscaping Ideas for Small Backyards
Trying to figure out how to make your small yard look like the ones you see on Pinterest? These five hardscaping ideas are perfect for small backyards!
41 Gorgeous Light Exterior Decoration for Spring - decorrea.com
Lighting is very important for your exterior decoration. Depending on your preferences, you can choose from a choice of light bulbs such as incandescent or neon lights.
Designing the ultimate laundry, all the tips and tricks you need!
We recently discovered Zephyr and Stone — sisters and best friends Ania and Kasia who are mad for building, renovating and designing homes! We’re sure you’ll love their luxe yet highly functional approach to interior design as much as us. Today they’re sharing all their tips and tricks to designing the ultimate laundry — one ...
the little forest house
Tile, as it turns out, is quite difficult to find made in North America at a reasonable price. Sure, there are drop dead gorgeous tiles like these.. Heath Ceramics - made in California ... but as much as I would have loved to use hand glazed ceramic, or recycled glass, they just weren't in the budget. Which I get, really. Things produced here will cost more until it becomes commonplace. It makes complete sense, it just doesn't help the bottom line. Needless to say, I was pleasantly surprised…