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Whether they’re preppy, regatta-ready navy-and-white stripes or a high-contrast black-and-red combo, they work for just about any wardrobe and won’t look dated even years down the line.
Greetings! What are you up to on this beautiful summer weekend?! Last night I attended a comedy show in Healdsburg, it’s a thing now in Sonoma County, we’ve got comedians coming up from San Francisco doing their act in wine tasting rooms, it’s very funny to hear urbanites mock wine country folk, I was laughing so hard.
We’ve prepared a fantastic collection of 30 small pool models! The sun is up and a lazy afternoon by the water will recharge your batteries in no time.
Cool off with these fruity,alcohol-free cocktails. … Click through to see the refreshing combinations that will get you through the season for just pennies a glass.
Summer is here and it is perfect theme for your nail art. We all love Summer especially Summer vacation.
A sculptural, tensile timber canopy has been constructed in Dorset woodland by five students from the Architectural Association as part of the school's Design & Make programme.
Courtesy of CHEUNGVOGL Hong Kong based architecture firm Cheongvogl has won an international competition to build the Yeoui-Naru Ferry Terminal in Seoul, South Korea.
This is a very cute witch feet wreath!! This wreath measures approximately 24″ in diameter. The witch feet are wooden and hand painted.
Finally, easy to follow assembly instructions from IKEA. It’s hard to go wrong with the Cook This Page recipe parchment paper, an interactive recipe card from IKEA.
Courtesy of KPF Echelon Seaport, a mixed-used development designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) and CBT Architects, will join the growing number of buildings and public spaces slated to revitalize the Boston Seaport neighborhood in the coming decade.
© Frank Oudeman Architects: ODA New York Location: 15 Renwick St, New York, NY 10013, United States Architects In Charge: Eran Chen, P.
ONE. Rowhouse perfection. TWO. My friend is working on her backyard and reminded me of this cute circular patio with plenty of string lights.
Hey Remodelaholics, I'm so glad to be popping in today to share all of the details for building this DIY Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table.
Santa Caterina Market. Image © Flickr user ligthelm licensed under CC BY 2.0 Benedetta Tagliabue (born 24 June 1963) is an Italian architect known for designs which are sensitive to their context and yet still experimental in their approach to forms and materials.
I hope you all are having a wonderful Saturday! I feel like June has just flown by! We haven’t been working on many projects at our house this past month or two as we have been busy working on client projects but I did want to share some pictures I took of our dining room with some beautiful pink peonies!
A gabled wall provides the entrance to this holiday home in a Swedish coastal village, which also features rooms arranged around a garden and cherry tree.
Maintaining your home in an organized fashion is incredibly difficult but ever more rewarding. The ideal home organization will enable you to have everything within the reach of your arms while never cluttering up your space.
This relief molded salt glaze jug from 1835 was made in England by Ridgway. It is decorated with scenes from Robert Burns’ poem, “Tam O’Shanter,” written in 1790.
The CHI'17 Pavilion. Image © Ludwig Wilhem Wall The capabilities of personal 3D printing and fabrication are only beginning to be tested, but a new system is pushing the boundaries for feasible, structurally-sound large scale structures.
© Maíra Acayaba Architects: AR Arquitetos Location: R. Caconde - Jardim Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil Area: 96.0 m2 Project Year: 2015 Photographs: Maíra Acayaba Authors: Marina Acayaba, Juan Pablo Rosenberg Team: Andrea Helou Engineer: Carlos Nakazato © Maíra Acayaba From the architect.