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L. Cramer Designers + Builders
5 Reviews
L. Cramer Builders + Remodelers
Even the grandest entryways need seating. This pretty upholstered bench fits right in with the stately feel of the space.
“Trim” — jeslyn14
Seattle Premier Green Builder
Green Canopy Homes buys, rebuilds and sells urban homes with a focus on green and energy efficiency.
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
Main Living Space
Even though adjoining rooms are painted different colors, the common trim color (Icing by Devine Color) and shared Brazilian cherry flooring make the transitions work, unifying the whole.
“dining room light fixture” — Rachael Sutton
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Living room
relationship work, and not being the self-centered one? Pat yourself on the back for having the wisdom to make your home renovation project a success, even if it's at the expense of some of your own personal wishes. Years down the road, you'll realize that the blue tile you just had to have but gave in
“Wall of books - where last owner had tv stand” — wwilson403
Aquidneck Properties
4 Reviews
Chartwell House
10. Make your bedroom a refuge. Even if outside your door is quite literally a disaster area, having a calm, relaxing spot to rest and recharge can do wonders for your spirit.
“Colors” — pigeong
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Entry - Staircase
Break free from neutralsOn paper, this shouldn’t work, but aren’t all the best decorating ideas about taking risks and choosing things you love, even if they defy all the style rules? If you want colour and pattern in your hallway, stick to a monochrome palette and accent with a single vivid shade
“Fun!” — Paula Godwin
Mike Knight Construction
1 Review
Hillcrest Custom Home - Victoria Oak Bay
need for a large dresser or chest.Costs:Small linen closets: A few hundred dollars, depending on materialsModest-size wall closets: Under $1,000 or even $500 if you choose less-expensive materialsWalk-in closets: At least $750Higher-quality and custom closets: Several thousand dollars, easilyMany businesses
“closet” — rmunyal
Collected Interiors
1 Review
North Coogee
All glass. When the house is shielded from the street by a front wall or fence, or even a barrier of natural hedging or trees, a front door that incorporates as much glass as possible makes sense. More glass has been added on either side and over the door to make this entrance extra light and bright
“Hallway table” — mswood73
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mark & Priscilla Rieves
Tapscott's design extended the roofline to match the original and included a raised deck and brick fireplace.Mark grew up in Roanoke, Virginia, and even as a kid, he always had an appreciation for the history, scenery and small-town environment of the Roanoke area. When work brought him to Dallas 23
“Back Porch” — sassy123abc
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