Built high on a hill and surrounded by a lush forest on three sides and by the ocean on the fourth, Clearhouse is the perfect peaceful retreat away from all the hassle that defines New York City. The residence was designed by Michael P. Johnson in collaboration with Stuart Parr Design.
If you live in a modest home, chances are your front yard is a modest size as well. (Although we fully recognize that everyone’s idea of “modest” when it comes to house and yard size is relative.) Just because you may have less front yard space than the rolling acreage upon which your dream house sits, doesn’t mean your front yard can’t be gorgeous. Thought, care, and strategic landscaping can transform even the humblest of front yards into showstoppers.
1. Symmetrical Approach.
Whether you have kids or not, I’m sure you enjoy looking at all the cute things you could one day include in their room’s design. There are so many cute boys’ and girls’ room designs out there it’s hard to even make a plan. So relax, lie down and start with the ceiling. Think about all the marvelous ceiling designs for kids’ rooms you can come up with. .
Getting bored with your plain store bought toss pillow? Looking for a way to dress it up a bit? Adding a pom pom border is an easy, simple, and inexpensive solution! Pick a fun bold color to complement or accentuate your pillow color (like this black pom pom border with this great teal pillow)! Get creative here with the color matching for your space.
Mercury glass vases are not your usual type of centerpiece but, once you see how stylish they are, you just have to have one. Mercury glass is also known as silvered glass because of its look. It’s obtained of glass that was double blown and then silvered between the layers, then sealed. It’s still being used to create decorative items such as vases, candle holders or lighting fixtures for use around the house but also for special occasions such as wedding receptions.