October 21, 2011
Turquoise Accents This turquoise accents in this Swedish summer house are EVERYTHING.
Fashioning Interiors: Bold & Whimsical I absolutely adore the bright colors and bold patterns of Carlos Miele’s 2012 Spring collection. These eye catching looks are also amazing inspiration for whimsical and playful interiors…
It’s in the Details: The Case for Steaming Curtains There are some household duties you can get around. And then there are others that really make a world of difference. When I took these drapes out of the package last night, I saw a lot of steaming in my future. As you can see after the jump, the difference is huge!
Super Narrow River Side House Makes the Most of Small Lot Set on an cramped triangular lot formed by the convergence of a street and a river in Horinouchi, Japan, the River Side House by Mizuishi Architects Atelier turned that challenging space into a comfortable family home for a couple and their young daughter. Though the floor area totals a little less than 600 square feet, the house manages to feel open and airy thanks to high ceilings, expansive windows, and stark white walls.
One of Berkeley’s most beloved landmarks turns 100 What began as a conversation between neighbors about Christmas decorations has grown into a full-blown birthday celebration, to be held on October 16th, and the guest of honor is the 100-year-old Fountain at The Circle, one of Berkeley’s most endearing landmarks. Built in 1911 at the Marin Circle, the fountain was designed to be an ornate entry to what many hoped would be the state’s capital. In the end, Sacramento got the nod, but the fountain with its distinctive bears has remained one of Berkeley’s most beloved icons.
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