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Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Alun & Selena Urquhart
Thank you, anniegirl664. The deck was here when we bought our house ten years ago, so I'm not sure what wood was used. It's still very sturdy though! I did not paint the underside.
Love the entire look! What type of wood was used for the deck and did you paint the underside to protect it? Thanks
painted one of his greatest works on a ceiling, but you can create your work of art in a more accessible place: your hardwood floor. Don’t worry, you don’t have to work freehand – select a stencilled pattern so you can transfer the motif to the floor, prep the surface and you’re good to go.
During the spring and fall, Selena's favorite place to be is on the back deck. "It's the perfect spot for coffee with the husband on weekend mornings," she says. She painted a faux rug on the wood deck using a handmade stencil. She left the finished design unsealed so that it would chip, for a distressed
“Painted carpet” — harmfamily
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Encinitas remodel
string that my client brought their lights back from Mexico themselves. (That's why we're having the conversation about an alternate source.) Good luck with your project.
Heather, I like the site too but where did you get the lights you used on the Houzz project?
us to answer, because we usually mix our colors onsite to adjust for onsite lighting, natural lighting, material reflections, etc. In this case I'm not even sure which color you're after, since this remodel project started with existing wood paneling on walls and ceiling, and we kept it that paneling
Sorry it's taken me so long to get you an answer to your question, and I'm not even going to be able to give you the answer you need. My clients already had these chairs, so we don't have any purchasing information.
“Ceiling” — Richard Riffe
kevin akey -azd architects - florida
12 Reviews
kevin akey
am in process of re-doing my garage and will widen driveway. Can you tell me the materials used here? Eva, homeowner/realtor thejills team. Miami and the beaches
What type of light source did you use to get garages
We have two queen palms in our front yard but they so big and tall and hard to maintain.This one has the perfect height(or does it grow much taller than
call me 248-540-6009 we can talk - i need more info
it was a patio paver although i don't remember where we got it
I can't really see what they look like in this small photo. We do make similar up and down lighting though. Here are a few examples.
I think it is a sylvester palm. We have one in front of our house and it looks very much like this one. It is
“front roof to front door” — karenb9
NF interiors
12 Reviews
wine cellar
What do you use for the temperature control? Did you use an air con or refrigeration unit? Does the glass not fog up?
Interesting! Would Would We want to put a rack for wine in the back storage area?
3. Make use of the space you have. You don’t need an entire room for your wine cellar. If you’re tight on basement space, consider repurposing a closet or a small storage area.
Found wine cellar. Too often, we find our clients stuck with expectations as to what things should be and what others will
4. Gain a wine cellarToo often, we find our clients stuck with expectations as to what things should be like and what others will want. They bought a house with a formal living room at
“stools” — carl_455
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Rustic
we have a red brick courtyard, can we treat the bricks to make them paler like the brick work in the arch
We are finalizing our decisions for our last home and we love the stone and grout.
We recently bought a home that was built in the 80's and has not been updated. All interior trim and baseboards are wood. I really LOVE white shutters more
part of our work scope. Im sorry I cant identify it, but you may want to check with geniehouse.com as I know them to have similar pieces.
We were the landscape architects on this project and didnt specify the beam so I have no record of the stain finish
OMG! People, they did the landscape! They didn't build the house!!!
Beautiful! how did you adhere the vine to the stone? Our house is built out of Hardi Board and I want to grow a vine around our garage.
“Nice Climber” — carol022
Thrifty Decor Chick
Try Hobby Lobby....they always have a ton of metal work.
Like the white handrails. Where did you buy them?
where did the quote on the stairs come from?
Are those objects on the wall and did you just use chair rail molding around them? I love the way it
love what you've done. Where did you get the vase and bird cage artwork? is it wire? it looks 3 dimensional. Thank you for any information
Hi, I love the lettering on the wall, did you use a stencil or is it a wall
The frames look as though they were created from moldings, with the square dots used at the corners. Take the photo to a molding place and they can help you with assembling the pieces. It's a nice clean look.
Put on a wall in Mammoth or when we remodel.
“art” — julianielsen1
6 Reviews
Whole-house remodel: Magical Transformation
The 1930s-era Tudor home fit right into its historic neighborhood, but the family couldn't fit all it needed for this decade inside—a larger kitchen, a functional dining room, a home office, energy efficiency. Photography by Morgan Howarth.
I love the colors on the exterior of your home. We are getting ready to re-do ours and have similar exposed beams and would love to do the same colors. Please advise on the color of the house and the trim color. Beautiful home!
Did you use a gray/black or black?
We recommend bringing the photo into your local paint store and they can best advise you on the color - it would
The exterior finish is a combination of brick, stucco, cedar, slate roofing, and copper accents. We found this combination of materials created an interesting design. What do you think?
“Front walkway with slope” — Bridget Peterson
10 Reviews
how did you get the small stars to light up, are they individual lights, or a reflection from the pot lights? thanks.
We love your wall color. Do you have the name of the color that was used.
We live in Arlington, TX. We're interested in re-designing our media room. Any help would be greatly appreciated. We love your deco. style/design. Thanks!
Let me speak directly with our interior designer about that. Are you local & need project management or would you
Yes, it definitely can. A compact media room can be a challenge, but we've been able to maximize space in some of our past projects by utilizing wall space. Some examples: mounting a speaker bar underneath the film screen, creating alcoves behind
“Ceiling” — draruna
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