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Christina Katos
5 Reviews
Basement Renovation
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The ceilings are only 7 feet high, so Katos made them seem larger by adding molding. It's simple planks framed
The ceilings are only 7 feet high, so Katos made them seem larger by adding molding. It's simple planks framed around the drywall and painted the trim color to resemble board and batten.
This basement ceiling is only 7' high but is made to look higher by adding the board and batten and painting it a light color
Katos made them seem larger by adding molding. It's simple planks framed around the drywall and painted the trim color to resemble board and batten
Katos made them seem larger by adding molding. It's simple planks framed around the drywall and painted the trim color to resemble board and batten. "We're short people, so the ceiling height doesn't bother us," she says.
“Board and batten” — corijaismom
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
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Vermont Cabin exterior
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Floor Heat Materials: o Exterior: Corrugated Metal Siding, Cedar Siding, Ipe Wood Decking, Cement Board Panels o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Ceasarstone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Maple Cabinets, Aluminum Clad Wood Windows with Low E, Insulated Glass, Black Steel, Custom Baltic Birch Bench
board panels, and radiates heat during the cool summer evenings. Just inside, is the expansive kitchen, living, and dining areas, perfect for preparing meals for their guests. This communal space is wrapped with a custom Baltic Birch bookshelf and window bench so one can soak up the south sun and view
radiant heating, and a wood-burning fireplace, the living area is as cozy as can be. The exterior is clad in a maintenance-free corrugated Corten Kynar painted metal panel system to withstand the harsh Vermont winters. Accents of cedar siding add texture and tie the strategically placed windows together
“love the Core-Ten” — canniff9
London Audio Ltd
Home of the Year Award winner
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from the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association.
Is there a heat barrier installed between fireplace and TV?
We are being told we can't place our TV this close to our fireplace. How did you manage to put it so close here and did you use some type of heat barrier?
fireplace made by Montigo. www.montigo.com It is a model C620 though this one was custom made for he space. The flames look weird in the photo because it is a composite of three different exposures using HDR. You take a photo with proper exposure and then one over exposed, one underexposed and then combine
from the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association.
Very nice surround with fireplace inset to allow space for flue behind TV recess and heat insulation.
“Fire” — davidaustin
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
mid-century [re]modern
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Craft on custom design. This helps.
certified and made of 100 percent postconsumer recycled paper, petroleum-free resin and pigment. It has a handsome monolithic appearance, and its feel is often compared to a warm, soft stone, like soapstone. The material is only heat resistant to 350 degrees, so you should exercise care with your hottest pans
certified and made of 100 percent postconsumer recycled paper, petroleum-free resin and pigment. It has a handsome monolithic appearance, and its feel is often compared to a warm, soft stone, like soapstone. The material is only heat resistant to 350 degrees, so you should exercise care with your hottest pans
line, made with 35 percent preconsumer recycled content. The product is available in both rolls and tiles, and comes in 17 different colors, from neutral to bright shades.
“recycled paper counter tops Paperstone” — jtrevisiol
Phinney Design Group
Custom homes
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porcelain tile made to look like a textile mat, stores heat from sunlight and passively gives it off during cold months; it has the opposite effect when the weather is warm. The ceiling is Douglas fir beadboard. The walls are V-groove vertical pine.
porcelain tile made to look like a textile mat, stores heat from sunlight and passively gives it off during cold months; it has the opposite effect when the weather is warm. The ceiling is Douglas fir beadboard. The walls are V-groove vertical pine. Primary colors appear throughout the house via furnishings.
“Ceiling” — haroto
Custer Design Group
1 Review
Basement Remodel - Mechanicsburg
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suspended, panel ceiling, or custom sheetrock? If it's a panel ceiling, who manufactures it?
ceiling panels white or have they been painted?
Thank you!! They are very comfortable and I am sure you noticed the cup holders in the arm rests. The chairs were made by Motioncraft.
The ceiling is Armstrong Raised panel #1205
It is made by Fabrica - www.fabrica.com/
panels on the walls, movie room
“Lighting” — Lori Brooks
ZeroEnergy Design
9 Reviews
Concord Green Home
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radiator heating distribution, and low/no VOC materials. The home’s energy performance focuses on passive heating/cooling techniques, natural daylighting, an improved building envelope, and efficient mechanical systems, collectively achieving overall energy performance of 50% better than code. To address
3 door panels? One stationary ( smaller) and the other 2 slide over? Really love the look! Thanks!
armoire is a custom piece. Please contact me if interested in more information.
Draperies are a linen blend in a burlap color, custom designed for the project and made by Acorn Interiors.
Door opening is approximately 11'. There are four door panels that all move. I designed the doors to slide/stack
“Color scheme with orange chairs” — designbykristin
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
The Cliffs at Mountain Park: Private Residence
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water heating, solar shading, low-e clad windows, Energy Star appliances, and native plant and wildlife habitat. All photos taken by Rachael Boling Photography
My husband and I are restoring an old firehouse. If you don't mind could you please tell me who made this door for you?
Would you be willing to share the custom color for the front door?
shaker, 5-panel doors with a custom water-based stain (on “character oak” – a knotty white oak). You should be able to take this photo to a local millwork/door manufacturer and get them made. I would also recommend looking at Rogue Valley Doors. www.roguevalleydoor.com
The interior doors are rustic oak, stained a custom color (water-based) to match the floors. The interior trim is paint grade, painted Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze SW7048.
“Puerta con muchos recuadros” — martimaria
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