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Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
exteriors
Ideabooks7,835
Questions10
@Mark English Architects: why do you not like trex?
Please note the architect, Mark English's comment on the deck materials. He used CableRail by Feeney for infill and this is a custom fabricated frame. If you'd like an entire system, check out http://www.feeneyinc.com/Architectural/DesignRail
@ mark english- Has the decking been greyed out by some sort of accelertor product? or is that just the natural faded grey color from being exposed to the sun? I like it! do you know any issues of the Ipe' cupping? Thanks
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Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Warm Modern in Noe Valley
Ideabooks26,463
Questions11
It was a Fry Reglet x-molding. - Mark
home by Mark Brand Architecture sits on a long narrow lot in Noe Valley, a wonderful neighborhood over the hill from Pacific Heights. What a rare thing this home is, with its abundance of large windows and a garage!
Mark Brand Architecture
look. - Mark.
“exterior4” — carrinor
Tucker & Marks
Family Ranch
Ideabooks4,768
Questions7
Tucker & Marks: http://www.tuckerandmarks.com/ Photograph by Matthew Millman
& Marks, upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils Samarkand cotton and linen print; coffee table: mesquite vintage oxen yoke, Jackson Hole Designs; lamps: carved teak, Indonesian, JRM International; pillows: two covered in Travers & Co. Portland Squares red and khaki windowpane fabric, two kilim
“rug, pillows in red (to match reds is stone fireplace?)” — lindameeds
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
California Cool in the Castro-Bathroom
Ideabooks7,559
Questions7
Mark Brand Architecture The sconces are Sevilla from Taller Uno.
Photos by Mark Brand.
Mark Brand Architecture
right. - Mark.
“walls sandwiching wall with sconces cut into mirror” — DJD Design
InHouse Design Studio
10 Reviews
Mark Dutka
Ideabooks14,223
Questions9
but the marks lean toward distressing rather than a true hammered pattern.
but the marks lean toward distressing rather than a true hammered pattern
but the marks lean toward distressing rather than a true hammered pattern.The metal comes in sheets; typical sizes vary based on the type of metal. David Bentz of Handcrafted Metal in Austin, Texas, says copper and brass come in 4- by 10-foot sheets, while zinc is a bit narrower, at about 3 by 10 feet
“The distressed copper backsplash” — pmfoss
Alison Kandler Interior Design
7 Reviews
Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,933
Questions7
screen door marks the entrance to the pantry. This is a quirky move Kandler likes to make on a lot of her projects
screen door marks the entrance to the pantry.
screen door marks the entrance to the pantry. This is a quirky move Kandler likes to make on a lot of her projects. While considering a very large famhouse sink, she decided she preferred the scale of using two side by side. It’s a great way to create a divided sink, and the two faucets work well beneath
screen door marks the entrance to the pantry. This is a quirky move Kandler likes to make on a lot of her projects. While considering a very large famhouse sink, she decided she preferred the scale of using two side by side. It’s a great way to create a divided sink, and the two faucets work well beneath the
“Screen door as pantry, colour on cabinets” — kmacwhirter
KohlMark Architects and Builders
7 Reviews
Night Exterior
Ideabooks113
Questions0
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“Trio House KohlMark Architects and Builders” — lalaloohoo
Mark Teskey Architectural Photography
7 Reviews
Nicole Botsman Design
Ideabooks516
Questions1
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