An old houseboat's owner created a floating garden and installed redwood decking for a watery retreat.
Blue-green fences define a studio garden space. See the other corners of this late-season garden sensation
The vast lighting department at Hippo Hardware occupies a third of the space and attracts customers from all over—some as far away as Japan—looking to rebuild period lamps and even lighthouse lanterns.
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In bathrooms, a field of brightly colored or glossy white subway tile, finished with a black base and a chair-rail or bullnose cap, was a popular prewar wall finish—and one that’s still widely replicated today.
A two-piece chair rail, wall frames, and a dusky blue paint color impart character to a dining room/study, which had been a bedroom.
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Custom doors dress up a kitchen’s pantry unit, while a paint job reinforces its freestanding-furniture look. See the rest of this homegrown kitchen redo
An outdoor kitchen positioned against a wall makes it easier to connect electrical and plumbing. See more deck design ideas to get the most out of your new favorite outdoor room.
Make a statement with a single dramatic light fixture. This multilight number casts ample light on a kitchen workstation, so you lose the need for individual task lights while gaining a stunning focal point.
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Christened “Sprig,” this shed holds some of the garden collectibles that inspire the owner’s illustrations, gives her a place to dry herbs, and serves as a backup studio to her main workspace, an outbuilding in the backyard of the couple’s San Luis Obispo, California, home.
This multi-level deck design takes a playful slant (or curve) on its natural setting with leaf shapes and vein prints.
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Got a rusty old steel rake that’s seen better days? Don’t just toss it. When mounted tines-out on a shed wall or a door, the rake’s head becomes a vintage-look gardening tool rack that’s as charming as it is convenient.