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Wyman Stokes Builder LLC
The Retreat - Brooks
Ideabooks15,099
Questions3
About the tree , where in the world did you get this tree it is absolu
Not crazy about but it's a start
What I like about this photo is EVERYTHING.
“love” — dmadclot
Gramophone
11 Reviews
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Ideabooks100K
Questions30
How big is this room and about how much would it cost me to have a room like this?
I was thinking about getting my living room like that. but i need to know some details.
About the cushion: It is made of high resiliency polyurethane foam which is then wrapped in soft polyester fiber. The wrapped cushion is then inserted into
“the ceiling tho” — lanyce007
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
3 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,852
Questions16
Can you tell me about the floor?
Beautiful kitchen! Could you please tell me about the round tile on the back wall in the background of
Thanks for your interest. I believe the pull is about 8" long. All of the cabinet hardware, including the refrigerator pull is by Nanz. All the best, Jennifer
“Kitchen pulls &” — Amy Ohlson
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Lagoon Residence @ Belvedere
Ideabooks29,748
Questions7
This is what I was thinking about for the seating arrangements on the side yard
Of course, the nice thing about trellises-as-structures is that they do stick around - they can't be stuffed in the closet. I love the way these plants suggest that the structure of
vignettes and sitting areas. Regardless of how much space you have, creating small and intimate sitting areas are a must. This, after all, it's all about having an outdoor sanctuary in the city. If you don't have room for a dining table, go with comfy lounge furniture and a coffee table instead.
“Garden” — charryjayne
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
17 Reviews
Small Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks8,887
Questions14
Thanks for sharing your work! and ?s about glass cut outs in the cabinets, colors used
will this work in your kitchen? 1. Think about how well you get around in your current kitchen. What frustrates you in your kitchen? What causes problems while you're working? What could be added or removed with few changes and a limited budget? Thinking about what bothers you the most will help you figure
“Tile and counters” — dorothydixon
JP&CO. Samantha Grose, Designer
18 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining
Ideabooks15,005
Questions10
use a soft mop on an extendable handle with soapy water, and rinse with the garden hose. I clean the roof 3 -4 times each summer. The process takes about 15 minutes.It's on the north side of my home, and there are no trees dirctly above the porch. I am not a professional designer, but might I recommend
ceiling. We once visited when it was snowing and, I swear, I almost moved in; my parents struggled to extract me from that room, and I've been dreaming about it ever since. The sight of snowflakes slowly dropping directly overhead was bewitching. This room, by Samantha Grose at JP&Co., brought back a
"The polycarbonate clear roof is holding up very well here in frigid, snowy Minnesota. It's an unheated, screened porch that we are able to use from about April till November. We sleep out there whenever we can — that's a wrought iron trundle bed under the deck end of the porch. Rainstorms and snowfalls
“Glass top on porch for light?” — souzen
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
back patio
Ideabooks5,026
Questions7
The posts are paired about 3' apart front to back (vines are obscuring some back posts). They are about 6' apart around the semi-circle.
The seat wall is about 18" tall. Reinforced concrete block
“pergola's and patio shape.” — Linda Mishler
Camber Construction
Kitchen refrigerator
Ideabooks27,063
Questions13
Here is a great featured ideabook from contributor Rebekah Zaveloff about creating the most efficiently designed kitchen. It really covers all basics and should help you lay out a functional and efficient prep area. http://www
Maybe throw the microwave and the fold-out cereal prep area to the left of the fridge - it'd take up about a half of the pantry, but...
of most households.Configuration matters too. Consumer Reports measured the usable space in a refrigerator and found that top freezer models average about 80 percent usable space, bottom freezers average 67 percent and side-by-side units average 63 percent. Know too that side-by-side refrigerators use
“narrow kitchen but open to living space” — a lauer
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