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Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
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SILVERTIP RIDGE
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ledgestone running into the ceiling with a custom timber mantel and shelving. The kitchen’s center work island was rotated to create better work and entertaining space and to change the outlook from neigbour’s property to the beautiful mountain views. An addition to the back entrance features updated
I like the wine rack with the s/s front on it.
“Shelf around hood” — grazynaileszek
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Gold Coast Historic Renovations
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perimeter of the room; 2) the inherent darkness of the space because of its lack of windows and light; 3) the client’s desire to have custom closets built where she could store her children’s clothes. To achieve this nursery vision, we removed the built-in cabinets and shelving on the East and South walls
For this client’s nursery project , the client wanted to take a spare room in her new home that once served as an office full of dark walnut custom built-ins (2 desks, cabinets, and lined with bookshelves), and transform the space into a bright and cheery nursery for her two toddlers. To do this, we
a finished look. We built custom closets within the niche that already existed on the North wall, taking into consideration the size of the children’s clothing when measuring for the adjustable shelving and hanging space. We finished it with trim pieces and woodwork to match the existing woodwork in
“Side by side cribs” — cschwer
Adrienne DeRosa
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My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
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Adrienne DeRosaSaveEmail In keeping with the concept of recycling the barn’s original materials, Franklin cut and refinished old beams for the new stairs. Oak, hickory and black walnut treads are coupled with white steel stringers and railings
sUBSTANTIAL AND MODERN PAIRD WITH THE RUSTIC FLOOR THIS IS A WELL BALANCED SPACE.
steps, created enough strength for each set of stairs to literally be anchored by only four bolts,” In keeping with the concept of recycling the barn’s original materials, Franklin cut and refinished old beams for the new stairs. Oak, hickory and black walnut treads are coupled with white steel stringers
In keeping with the concept of recycling the barn’s original materials, Franklin cut and refinished old beams for the new stairs. Oak, hickory and black walnut treads are coupled with white steel stringers and railings.
“Bench with pillows” — tgencarn
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Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
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feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”) Methods for keeping a tent
Some feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”) Methods for keeping a tent
“Tile” — arafto
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Pool
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Is the fence made out of 1x1's them stained?
Our wood fence in Portland looks just like that and it is 1x1's. Ours aren't so tall, but is similar. I love the way they look! The only downside is having to restain. Great pic. http://www.pacificfence.com
Doing panels with 2x4's vertical like 8' high with 1" spacers between and stained with cedar stain to put beside both sides of arbor in middle of pool
Fence, but horizontal and with a design. 1x1's stained and treated
“materials” — jbinmahfouz
In Detail Interiors
12 Reviews
Casual sophisticate
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holds the main sink and a stainless steel dishwasher. Ebony veneer with a touch of chocolate brown wraps the piece. “It’s sort of the basic-black-dress concept,” says Clendenon. “It’s a very simple island, and the lights are like the jewelry.”
holds the main sink and a stainless steel dishwasher. Ebony veneer with a touch of chocolate brown wraps the piece. “It’s sort of the basic-black-dress concept,” says Clendenon. “It’s a very simple island, and the lights are like the jewelry.” Chandeliers: James R. Moder; similar chandeliers: 10-Light
“Hood” — hollymulloy
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Metropolitan Chic in Boston's Tony Back Bay
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Madden McCarthy (her paintings are hung throughout the home) and interior designer sister, Robin Pelissier, for their input on ways to honor the home’s 1920s roots. Chris Ripman helped the couple with their lighting choices, like this traditional crystal wall sconce. Window treatments: Drape It; drape
and couch fabric: Calvin Fabrics, Boston Design Center; couch: custom design by Paul Gaucher, Icon Group Showroom; small sketches over couch: Zimman’s; circular chrome tables: BG Galleries
“Pretty Lady” — ronniedoo63
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Master Bath and Garden
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000. Another thing to consider: Even with a ¾-inch dedicated line, the tub takes a half hour to fill, according to designer Saint Dzier. So this one’s not for impatient bathers!
says, no one really uses tubs like these; everyone uses the outdoor shower instead. “It takes, like, an hour and a half to fill, and by that time it’s cold,” Saint Dizier says. “Copper displaces heat quickly, so the temperature drops fast. They’re beautiful to look at, in any case.”
000. Another thing to consider: Even with a ¾-inch dedicated line, the tub takes a half hour to fill, according to designer Saint Dzier. So this one’s not for impatient bathers!More: Why Is There a Bathtub in the Backyard?
$14,000. Another thing to consider: even with a large dedicated line, the tub takes 30 minutes to fill, according to designer Saint Dzier. So this one’s not for impatient bathers!
“Walk in shower. (Incredible outdoor bathroom!)” — laurram
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