Keep your favorite coffee mugs, tea towels and cooking utensils handy with a kitchen peg rack. Switch up the display as often as you’d like to reflect the season, holiday — or your current design obsession.
Decorations don’t have to be expensive to be beautiful. Clear glass vases and candles can be purchased very affordably at your local craft or dollar store. You can also save money on buying flowers from a local wholesale florist and putting the arrangements together yourself.
The butler’s pantry perfectly situated between the kitchen and dining room with a top-notch wine refrigeration unit and a single-serve all-in-one coffeehouse brewer offers an easy way to serve a glass of wine before dinner or coffee with dessert, with storage space for entertaining supplies.
The fabulously high-tech design of the Santa Monica Apple store with its glass facade and 34 foot high glass ceiling and the Apple retail store, in general, has had a huge impact on retail, hotel and restaurant spaces.
This magnificent 4300 sq. ft. home has been perfectly restored in Second Empire style. The two-story New Orleans home offers stunning architectural details, both inside and out, expansive bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen and gated parking.
The spacious display cabinets in this Los Angeles clothing store are made of glass, allowing for plenty of storage, and visibility as well as accessibility of product. A crystal chandelier hangs in the room, with other lighting provided by store front windows and recessed lighting in addition to the bounce back of light from the numerous mirrors.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis stripped and stained the white oak floor in the study, as well as cleaned and polished the marble fireplace surround. Nicole painted the walls a neutral gray in order to draw attention to the African mahogany fireplace, wall panels, molding and ceiling beams.