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JRP Design & Remodel
JRP Design and Remodel, Inc.
Cherry Showplace cabinetry, Cambridge Door, truffle stain with ebony glaze. 4x4 Botticino Marble back splash Stone Impressions Still life Cynara Mural Tile on Tumbled Durango mural, white Viking range.
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Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Elk Ridge Lodge
lines, stretching horizontal stone patios out and strategically placed landscaping; all were used to help tuck the mass into its setting. Earthy colored and rustic exterior materials were chosen to offer a western lodge like architectural aesthetic. Dry stack parkitecture stone bases that gradually decrease
spaces below. The kitchen was designed to serve as an extension of the great room, constantly connecting users of both spaces, while the Dining room is still adjacent, it was preferred as a more dedicated space for more formal family meals. There are numerous detailed elements throughout the interior of
interior to the exterior and take full advantage of the views that virtually surround this home. Upon entering the home you are encased by massive stone piers and angled cedar columns on either side that support an overhead rail bridge spanning the width of the great room, all framing the spectacular
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
Small Space Bathroom
I love this bathroom and would like to know what stone the tiles are made of and the color of the stone for the foor and the wall. Would also like to know dimensions for floor and wall. Thanks
great job posting beautiful bathrooms giving great suggestions giving detailed answers to the best of your ability on a timely manner which is very impressive to me anyways, I appreciate all your hard work and I wanna let you know that you are appreciated for all the hard work that you do and you do it
from soft rust to a deeper rust.. Accent colors were pea green ( yes really ) that went surprisingly well with the Nantucket Grey and gave it some life. Drapes were simple khaki linen on wooden poles. It was the best room in that house, and maybe of all the houses we've lived in. A note on the tile
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Interiors by Steven G
Contemporary Residence Boca Raton, Florida
quality issues, mostly due to water vapor and odor. If you read the interwebs about ventless, ventfree or unvented fireplaces, you'll likely get the impression that unvented fireplaces are the anti-christ, because a lot of folks with improperly installed (or incorrectly operated) products have had some seriously
fireplaces are not without risks, but if they are properly installed and used they are safe. We don't believe that unvented fireplaces are evil, but we still recommend that you vent your gas fireplace if you can. Unvented fireplaces exist for two reasons: 1. They are less expensive. 2. They are easy to install
What stone and trim did you use for the fireplace? It is gorgeous.
thank you contact andrew at universal stone his number is 954 647 1733 tell him steven g told you to call thanks steven g
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Parkwood Road Residence Master Bedroom
The pictures gives the impression that the walls and ceiling are pale gray/blue, but when I look at cobblestone 1606 and Sacred Spring 0511, they both are clearly gray. Can you recommend
Simply great accessories.. Even this curtain may suits this room and may enhance the look, this was the one which i got impressed.. Get more details from http://www.curtainsandcurtains.com/
detailing of the built-in is BRILLIANT! The minor projection from the wall....the base....using the door casing profile to trim the TV. I'm very impressed.
The computer image makes the wall look steely blue. Is that pic a fairly accurate capture of the real color, or does it look gray in real life?
We use short rods all the time. Pros: They require less fabric while still framing your windows beautifully, and they keep your panels hanging precisely as you intend. Cons: They can't be drawn for privacy or blocking light
Streeter & Associates, Inc.
overlooks the park-like setting and natural wetlands. The great room's stone fireplace, visible from the gourmet kitchen, dining room and cozy owner's suite, acts as the home's center piece. Tasteful iron railings, fir millwork, stone and wood countertops, rich walnut and cherry cabinets, and Australian
Modern elements combine with mid-century detailing to give this mountain-style home its rustic elegance. Natural stone, exposed timber beams and vaulted ceilings are just a few of the design elements that make this rustic retreat so inviting. A welcoming front porch leads right up to the custom cherry
I have 2 of those chairs. I love them! They will last a life time. Wish I could find that pillow.
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
Hello...this place looks to be the real deal...actual early 20's-ish Arts & Crafts home. If this was your build...wow, I am extremely impressed. This style is often attempted to be recreated, but also often, falls a bit short. Not sure what your input on this place was, but it's absolutely
20 colors isn't that many to try. Greige isn't really a craftsman color, so try warm reds, green-grays and blue-green-grays to bring the ochre to life.
Craftsman homes generally stick to wood and stone floor finishes. Persian, Indian and Turkish rugs often anchored spaces, providing
installation, limit new flooring to smaller spaces or a few select, important rooms in your home. You can also introduce bits of Craftsman style with stone and wood furniture pieces and a showstopping rug from your local import store.
Do you still have designer info? I have been looking for something like this for a while.
i like this dining room because it has stone walls with the faded paint that makes the room show even more.
A large bonsai in a dining room, which appears to be a formal upright bald cypress, gives the impression of dining in the forest. The art of bonsai began in China more than 1,000 years ago; the word bonsai means “tree in a tray.” The Japanese adopted
exacted lines of the table and chairs, and the textural concept of the walls and artwork, the organic quality of the plant brings literal and figurative life to the space.
This is the same dining room pictured above. Still beautiful, but the shape of the base is not evident from the side view. That's why this dining table is so uniquely suited to a room that can be seen