Spaciousness is a key attribute in this open design from Beetree Homes and International Kitchens by Design, LLC, featuring a swimming pool, spa feature and spectacular Isokern fireplace with an Eldorado stone facade.
A no-sew costume using everyday items like a pillowcase, cereal box, and flip flops to create a majestic, costume fit for Roman royalty. No sheet-wrapping involved, which means there’s no need to worry about the toga falling off during trick or treating.
Step 1- Add Hanging Hook
Create a pilot hole for the eye hook by tapping in a nail about a quarter of an inch at the top/center of the sphere using a hammer. Next, screw the eye hook into the pilot hole.
For kids who like playing with letters and numbers on the fridge, why not take the fun on the road? Buy a mini magnetic board, pack some letters and numbers in a plastic baggie and, voila, you have some educational (and non-digital!) entertainment for the car. You can also use the board as a play surface for magnetic toys like Magna-Tiles.
Outside, the unique details continue. Through the dining room, the brownstone reveals a large outdoor space, which Paul has designed in two parts. In the first, a sun porch boasts a series of Eames dining chairs around a simple and elegant wrought iron table. A series of Paul’s sculptures lines the table, displaying his continued fascination with nature, texture and unique shapes.
The new living room at the Pasquella home is filled with color and life. The walls that separated the kitchen from the dining room and living room are gone. The old carpet is replaced by wood floors. A new couch by CB2, and a new rug by Genevieve Gorder fill the center of the room that once had no furniture at all. Brightly colored flowers and pillows add that extra burst of color and contrast to bring the room to life, while large bay windows help to bring the space to life. As seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins.
This image shows the view looking from the top of the stairs towards the flex space made for numerous home activities. Designer Tiffany Brooks used a color palette that combines moss green, black, white, brown and dashes of blue to give the space life.
On loan from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., a portrait of former President John F. Kennedy by Jamie Wyeth hangs above the mantel. The room's bookshelves are filled with photos of the vice president's home from years past to celebrate the theme of "Holidays Past and Present."
Usher in the winter season with texture. Dig through your cabinets or scout thrift shops for patterned vases and bowls, which can be filled with pinecones and bulbs, like these paperwhites selected by Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs in South Carolina. Instead of matching pieces, use different components, finishes and designs to give the tabletop an informal, eclectic look.