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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
steel and stucco walls
Ideabooks3,195
Questions2
cor-ten steel plates between concrete and stucco walls
“Retaining wall” — 0737flyer
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
natural haven
Ideabooks4,539
Questions6
T.v sliding doors
“Upstairs” — cadoering
Harte Brownlee & Associates Interior Design
2 Reviews
Modern Desert Home
Ideabooks5,318
Questions7
Photo by Scott Frances. The furnishings in this custom-designed luxury vacation house are from high-end design trade showrooms and antiques dealers. The Argos Bed from Therien & Co. is set against a wall that is paneled in Macassar ebony. The bedding is from Barbara Martin Custom Linens; the stools at the foot of the bed are from Gregorius Pineo. The Art Deco armchairs and ta...More
“colour” — wend277
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Multiple Family Suites
Ideabooks7,885
Questions3
The client wanted us to design a new custom house on a tight suburban site that would emulate the style of homes found in their native Ireland. Although they were empty nesters, the home was designed with complete bedroom suites for all of their children’s growing families to come for extended visits. The centerpiece of the home is an open gathering space that links kitchen, fa...More
“v” — geojourneyman
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Addition
Ideabooks3,695
Questions7
RYCHEYI ZDELAT V LAGOON,,,
“white siding over brick” — kdutra
Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog
South Boston Living Room
Ideabooks7,453
Questions18
v good
“sofa” — Rob
Adam Gibson Design
13 Reviews
Modern White Counters
Ideabooks1,532
Questions3
Sure. It's bamboo from US Floors. 606V1. I'm sure it has a pretty name, but that's what was printed on the box. DEFINITELY let it acclimate for at least four weeks inside the conditioned house, which is way more that the manufacturer recommends. Otherwise there may be shrinkage issues, as with all bamboo
“Fireplace” — Anastasia Skobkareva
Patrick Sutton Associates
2 Reviews
Ritz Carlton Baltimore
Ideabooks19,906
Questions13
Don't throw out those negs! I have over 4000 negs my Mom made in the 40's that survived her hot attic for 50 years. Scanned in with an Epson V500, I have incredibly detailed wonderful pics of my parents, gparents, scenery, etc. in a similar display on my entry wall. Don't throw them out before
“mur de cadre” — jeannegroupeg5
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