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deakins design group
Tranquil Eclectic Residence
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Questions0
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“Different” — brookehj
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Renovation and Addition in Wesley Heights
Ideabooks1,933
Questions2
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“Stucco color with green” — seabiscuit123
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
Crosby Residence
Ideabooks3,162
Questions4
The King Post Truss King post trusses are just about the most common truss type. They're so named because there's one post, the king, in the center that keeps the bottom horizontal tie beam from sagging. Elements of a king post truss: •Rafters: diagonal members that lie against and are parallel to
Classic King post truss. I like layering the wood joists over the top of the truss allowing the light to travel over the truss and adding” “kings post truss leading up to a single pint.” “King Post Truss Most common. One "king" post in the center that keeps the bottom horizontal tie beam from sagging
“The King Post Truss - King post trusses are just about the most common truss type. They're so named because there's one post, the king, in the center that keeps the bottom horizontal tie beam from sagging. Elements of a king post truss: •Rafters: diagonal members that lie” “like the trusses in this
“TV and speakers in an enclosed cabinet?” — treyman1
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eclectic bedroom
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Questions4
bedskirt on a king size bed?
how big is the room? is the bed king size?
King sized bed in small master.
a king size bed is beautiful!
3. Have a king-size bed. It might sound counterintuitive, but large, relaxing pieces — like a big bed, sofa or bathtub — can make you feel like you have more space. Try splurging on the pieces that help you relax the most.
have a king size bed - it is not counterintuitive
Have a king-size bed. It might sound counterintuitive, but large, relaxing pieces — like a big bed, sofa or bathtub — can make you feel like you have more space. Try splurging on the pieces that help you relax the most.
“Darren likey” — darrenlinderman
Coastal Group
3 Reviews
Flugel 180
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Questions0
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“Sliding doors disappearing into the wall” — ronbem
Finton Construction
French Normandy Beverly Hills
Ideabooks5,448
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“lights as well” — tootsbear
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
New Country French Cottage
Ideabooks7,417
Questions2
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“first story arches, second story balconies, third story balcony” — humblehern
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Ideabooks2,957
Questions11
twins to king' bed, so when they are pulled apart the beds still have a head board
for a king or queen bed and at least 12 inches for a full or twin bed. Depending upon the size of the room there can be more rug extension around the bed, but not less, which would make the rug look insignificant being covered mostly by the bed.
for a king or queen bed and at least 12 inches for a full or twin bed. Depending upon the size of the room there can be more rug extension around the bed, but not less, which would make the rug look insignificant being covered mostly by the bed.
“head board” — emacdonaldmiller
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