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After Design
15 Reviews
FALSE CREEK CONDO
Ideabooks42,674
Questions24
Could you let me know how big is the apartment please?
Is that wood flooring on the wall behind the bed ?
“Simplicity” — knferraro
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1 Review
A new house in the land of prosecco
Ideabooks8,924
Questions2
cover by garage apartment
Blinds curtains and beds
“Soothing place to rest” — msv120810
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks43,460
Questions8
Lainago, I have several homes in the New England area and I always use and recommend using a tall shrub like a Siberian Elm. Planting them 3' apart will quickly give you a nice full wall and even though they grow 45' tall you can easily trim them to size. They are a relatively inexpensive option
pathway is slightly lower than the bed with the tree.
“edging on the cobblestone path - sets a better border than the flat rock paths” — jandrasko
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
5 Reviews
Jane Lockhart Interior Design
Ideabooks230K
Questions145
I have two fabulous chairs that are oversized and I have reupholstered twice, It is time in my loft apartment to downsize these chairs and the chairs in picture look perfect. I would like to buy chairs on line any suggestions?
13x13. On west side bathroom and on east side galary located. I want to make furniture with cabinet and cupboards on the north side on opposite to my bed. Give me some ideas for design or some sample pictures?? Thanks, Girish
“Paint” — Megan Murray
Croma Design Inc
8 Reviews
Modern Dining Room
Ideabooks3,848
Questions4
Perfect apartment dining table. Can also be kitchen island
Framed pic. Over bed.
“metro shelving industrial look” — momdevlin
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
33 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks9,006
Questions3
Also is there a bed of sand below.
Anemones need fertile, well-drained soil and thrive best when they receive morning sun and at least some afternoon shade. • Space plants 18 to 24 inches apart. • Dig a hole that is the same depth as the container.• Shake soil from the plant loose and place the plant gently in the hole.• Add soil to fill.•
“pas de jardin ave petites pierres” — ridicule
Couture Design and Staging
8 Reviews
Manor Homes Parade House
Ideabooks642
Questions1
Shutters remind me of Katherine hep burns apartment in desk set
Master bed
“Computer space idea” — June Kotrous
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Colonial Comfort
Ideabooks2,890
Questions6
Attic apartment
recess for dog beds
“I like the sink and the possible extension of a craft/sewing area on left” — pjbwest54
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