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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Hi, is this made with 2x8 beams bolted to 6x6 posts, with 3x3 rafters? I'm trying to build something similar and love the aesthetics of this design. Thanks
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
designed and built by Witt Construction, Inc. The dimensions are: cabinets & counter - 4.5' wide by 1.5' deep, the cabinet on the end - approximately 2.5' wide. I hope this helps!
6. Cup pulls. Cup-style drawer pulls, such as those that might have been found in an old-fashioned general store, lend an extra dash of period flavor to
great bath ... what are 2 different tiles used on front of tub?
6. Under a windowYour favourite outlook can play host to a tub instead of banquette seating. In fact, bathing beauties might argue it makes better use of the space.
6. Sous une fenêtreAu lieu d’installer une banquette dans l’embrasure de votre fenêtre préférée, pourquoi ne pas y glisser une baignoire
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Jeremy Kohm Photography/Palmerston Design Consultants
We have a 9' ceiling in a rectangular shaped library. What's been recommended is 4-6' paneling. My husband likes 7''. Please share your thoughts. ( know the higher the paneling the more limiting it could be on wall decor (paintings
Array Silver Bookcase | CB2
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
lowcountry river house
They are 1x6 cypress with a white wash finish
It is horizontal t&g 1x6s with a whitewash finish.
planking or decking on stairway wall to 2nd floor "old Carolina" is the brick
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
Could someone please tell me the sizes of the tile that was used ~ looks like 4 in listello ~ 6 x 6 center and not sure about outside border?
Guest look ? 2nd floor
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
That sounds wonderful. I'm located in Broomall, PA and I need privacy along an unattractive 6' high fence line. Initially, I plan to start at one end and work on an area about 18'-20' wide. The neighbor's side has a few evergreens in that section
soaking rain. I'm currently adding some stones as a first layer so anything I plant won't drown in standing water. I plan to build up the area by about 4"-6" with topsoil. The good news is that anything I plant will have the fence as an anchor. I love how you used a combination of silver/green and purple/red