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Kingston Design Remodeling
5 Reviews
Washington DC Fire Restoration
Ideabooks532
Questions1
significant damage to the home's flat roof, main floor living room and dining room, and its upper level master suite, the homeowners were facing a complete renovation. The homeowners decided that it made sense to remodel the home's antiquated kitchen at the same time, so by the end of the project's design
“arbour and gate” — mackera2
Seattle Area Interior Designer
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Alexander Johnson Photography
2 Reviews
Upper East Side
Ideabooks8,937
Questions10
I am a location scout in the NY area and am looking to film in an Upper East Side living room with built-in shelving (white, modern, etc.) and think this could be a great fit! I wanted to see if there was a potential way to reach out to the homeowner. Thanks! Have a
way to contact the homeowner?
“bookcases” — parkerstanley
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
7 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks4,145
Questions4
These were done by the homeowner and unfortunately we do not have any information on the curtains.
We apologize, but the beautiful plant was purchase by the homeowner and we do not know the name.
“Nature” — Chantal Deslauriers
DH Interiors, LLC
Transitional Comfort
Ideabooks6,822
Questions5
I do not know the brand name or model of this faucet set. It was chosen by the homeowner and builder. This particular project was also done eight years ago. I do know that it was "oil-rubbed bronze" finish. Here is a link I found with
This paint color was originally done by the builder prior to my involvement. The homeowners and I are now on to their fourth home and no longer own that particular house. The true color is closer to the very far left of the photo which was
“faucet” — csiana
Shannon Malone
Family Room
Ideabooks5,342
Questions7
The glass balls catch more sunlight at certain times and also look very different when various lights are turned on in the room. They support the homeowners' mental well-being because they subconsciously make it clear that neither time, nor the air in the home, is standing still.
The glass balls catch more sunlight at certain times and also look very different when various lights are turned on in the room. They support the homeowners' mental well-being because they subconsciously make it clear that neither time, nor the air in the home, is standing still.
“Lighting” — gtiburzi
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
43 Reviews
Camelia Court
Ideabooks4,916
Questions5
Make it unique. Want to make your grill area more appealing? Do something different. Here the homeowners skipped a grill altogether in favor of an Evo cooktop; in addition to grilling, you can use it to sear, sauté, stir-fry, steam, poach and more.
Make it unique. Want to make your grill area more appealing? Do something different. Here the homeowners skipped a grill altogether in favor of an Evo cooktop; in addition to grilling, you can use it to sear, sauté, stir-fry, steam, poach and more.
“Stove” — purplemom13
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Open Concept Living Space
Ideabooks1,628
Questions3
against the gray panels and white-lacquered drawers under the Corian countertops add more contrast. “I now enjoy cooking so much more,” says the homeowner. “The previous kitchen had very little counter space and storage, and very little connection to the rest of the apartment.” “A neutral color scheme
dark tone to the terrace floor. “Now the indoor and outdoor parts of the apartment are integrated to create an almost seamless space,” says the homeowner. “The design succeeds in realizing the promise of what the Watergate can be.” Project completed in collaboration with Treacy & Eagleburger. Photography
“Two tables” — Jen Beebe
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks2,349
Questions7
2011 EcoHome Design Award Winner Key to the successful design were the homeowner priorities of family health, energy performance, and optimizing the walk-to-town construction site. To maintain health and air quality, the home features a fresh air ventilation system with energy recovery, a whole house
principals to maximize space. 3. To be energy efficient. 4. To anticipate future uses and needs as owners change. Let's take a look at how the homeowner, interior designer Lisa Kauffman Tharp, and architect Stephanie Horowitz of Zero Energy Design met these goals while creating a beautiful home that
“Like the entire house!” — dkris60
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