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Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath
21 Reviews
kingsbury
Ideabooks39,833
Questions28
love your use if different sized pulls and the Normandy collection but struggling to determine the right size for my various drawers (ranging from about 14"-36"). Is there any method for picking the right size pull (eg, 1/3 width of drawer). Any advice is much appreciated. Thank you!
in the color tone we liked that wasn't. That means we had to buy more and cut around the bad stuff, it was less expensive slabs but in the end cost about the same because we had more waste. thanks for the question
in the color tone we liked that wasn't. That means we had to buy more and cut around the bad stuff, it was less expensive slabs but in the end cost about the same because we had more waste. thanks for the question
“cabinets” — monicamares
Charles Cunniffe Architects Aspen
3 Reviews
Willoughby Way
Ideabooks22,737
Questions7
Thank you for inquiring about our project. Every project we design is custom for our client, so although we cannot provide you with information, we would love the opportunity to work with you, should you be looking to engage an architecture firm. Please feel free to
Thank you for inquiring about our project. Its actually not a light sage, but an integrated plaster. Every project we design is custom for our client, so although we cannot provide you with the color, we would love the opportunity to work with
“windows” — cameron_boboth
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Ideabooks14,277
Questions18
Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz Read the Houzz article about this home: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/8077146/list/My-Houzz--French-Country-Meets-Southern-Farmhouse-Style-in-Georgia
furniture type and placement. Think about a sisal type flooring if wood floors are bad in the bedroom.
sketch, a hands-on decorating approach and a love of vintage farmhouse style transformed their traditional home into a cozy and collected one. Read more about this homeDo you live in a farmhouse? We want to see it! Add a photo below or submit your home by email.Check out photos of modern farmhouses
“Wall and trim paint” — tonyacollins
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Guest Bathroom
Ideabooks45,434
Questions23
Anyone dare to call the number given and ask about wall color, faucets, shower brand, etc?
I would like to get the specifics about this bathroom design.
Specifics about design
“Interesting” — Vita Willett
DTM INTERIORS
2 Reviews
Palisades Stunner - Furnished by DTM Interiors
Ideabooks42,168
Questions20
about the window frame, what is it made from?
What do you like about this photo?colors
love your guests, but every host needs a break from company now and then.A final note. Don’t forget that the guest room is not just for guests. Think about your visitors when setting up a guest room and accessorizing it, but remember that a guest room can be a secret getaway for you, too. You can close
“Woowww !!!” — hayvenlee
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks6,270
Questions9
advice, again, is to sample a few stain colors using the same type of wood used on your door, bring it close to your door, walk away from the location about fifteen feet and see how the different samples appear and make you feel. Do this at several intervals during the day and towards the evening as this
Hi, Sorry we are unsure about where these lights were purchased. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
recessed porch, sitting area, columns To change: stone from the ground to about 3 or 4 feet up, add siding to walls, add arch
“porch” — lilquiwi
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Exterior Shower
Ideabooks51,485
Questions21
Eastern Red Cedar shingles from Shakertown, topped with Cabot Bleaching Oil. Here is a link to a dealer locater for Shakertown. http://shakertown.com/about-us/dealer-locator/ The architect does not know the concentration of bleaching oil, he did say they have helpful information on the Cabot website. Here
Eastern Red Cedar shingles from Shakertown, topped with Cabot Bleaching Oil. Here is a link to a dealer locater for Shakertown. http://shakertown.com/about-us/dealer-locator/
“Neat if I have a pool” — cheypria
Lucy Call
My Houzz: The Thorns
Ideabooks10,270
Questions5
materials and cost. Is it structurally sound? If you're planning on filling the shelves full of books [like in the Thorn project] you'll be looking at about 30-50 lbs per linear foot [up to 200 lbs for 4 feet of books]. More importantly, the 12-14 inch cantilever off the wall creates a downward pulling
How about grooveing out the sheet rock where you want your brackets and installing(bolting) a heavy L bracket on to the stud faces and then mudding over the holes
Love the floating shelves. I will have to think about this when remodeling my kitchen/cabinetry between dining room and kitchen.
“Shelves” — erinhapp
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