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Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Chestnut Street Kitchen
Ideabooks65,450
Questions48
more info on the windows? Are they custom? Do they open?cost? Thanks! I actually tore this photo out of a magazine bc of the windows, but it didn't have info on these windows!
our riser pieces and site crown is 10".
I love this kitchen! You did a great job!! I found the drop handles on the white chapel website but I couldn't find the pull handle in the drawers. Are they from the same company?
Hi Traci, I'm sorry to say we don't have any information on the windows
want a dark color, 5 in' flooring. I love walnut wood and have seen one color called "coffee" which is pretty. Brazilian cherry is pretty but I don't want a color that is too reddish. I am thinking of prefinished. Can you tell me what would be the cost per sf.?
“Everything” — tonilinn
Starline Cabinets
8 Reviews
Chilliwack Central
Ideabooks240K
Questions29
I'm looking for 8x10 area rug for a den. No orientals please. I hv looked at the Rug Co online. Any other suggestions?
the walls and don't have that information on file but thanks for your inquiry.
Sorry but we were not involved in choosing the floor and don't have that information on file but thanks for your inquiry.
Hello Julie, Sorry but we were not involved in choosing the floor and don't have that information
The refrigerator doesn't loo like it extends beyond the cabinet. I have ordered a French door and think I need more width to open the doors and don't want to move the refrigerator out into the room. Is this even with the cabinet?
I'm wondering why Carl Weeden even posted a comment on this photo asking about countertops. This photo doesn't seem to show any countertops except the small wood one :)
“great idea for end storage” — gailmarie4245
Jane Kelly, Kitchen and Bath Designer
3 Reviews
Evanston Project
Ideabooks180K
Questions118
It's a norm to put the tiles on the floor, but how to stick them on the ceiling? plus, it's defying gravity of course..i don't think using the method of sticking them on the floor will make it happen just fine on the ceiling as well..could you please explain a bit detail..? thanks
Considering cement because we want a light gray counter and there aren't many options, and I love the look of cement. Any notes on cement?
I think I've searched every msg to insure I haven't missed the answer
top is a prep island and the one with the white top serves as an area for eating. My clients entertain casually quite a lot so its not uncommon to have 10 or more people in the kitchen. The two islands allow for a better traffic flow under these conditions.
“Tin ceiling detail” — pkiddoob
Joseph M Marchese, Architect
1 Review
Lake House Project
Ideabooks3,650
Questions6
The porch is 20 feet wide by 10 feet 6 inches deep. These are to the exterior edges of the porch.
The columns are 6" x 6" structural posts, which were then trimmed out to 10" x 10"
The columns are 6" x 6" structural posts, which were then trimmed out to 10" x 10". note details added to tops
White Columns & Fascia Detail White T&G Ceiling
“10'6"x20'” — ajacks13
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Remodel
Ideabooks438
Questions0
hard time letting go of something that you want to let go of, put it in a separate bin or pile. Don't worry too much about how big this pile gets; these are tough decisions to make, and you can't get something back once it's gone. The goal is not just to get rid of stuff but to feel good about your
one you remember from all those Sunday dinners) and passing the rest along to another relative who really wants it, or selling it on eBay. If you can't come to a decision quite yet, put it in the "later" pile.
Save to Ideabook Email Photo Negative keepsakes. Some journal writing is really just venting — it's the process of doing it that's important; you don't need to keep the work itself for posterity. As the author and editor of your life story, you get to make the call on what is included. This goes for photos
“My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a single soup tu” — margielynnj
Emily Elizabeth Interior Design
1 Review
Loft Living
Ideabooks2,938
Questions7
may be a bit on the trendy side and not lasting, but would still be fun to have in a home design. Just because a pattern hasn't been deemed as classic, doesn't mean that you can't incorporate it. Just utilize the print in a less permanent way, like this photo illustrates. If you were to use a herringbone
Hi Priscilla! Unfortunately, we don't have any showroom in your area. We are located in Montreal, Canada. However, we sell our products internationally and we can send you some samples if you need some. Let us know if we can be helpful. We would be glad to participate in one of your project.
herringbone pattern as the tile pattern for your bathroom floor, perhaps use the psychedelic floral or dog print as the towels. Don't limit yourself, just because you may not like the same style in 5 years.
“dogs” — Patricia Carswell
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Hallway/Entry
Ideabooks7,552
Questions11
Its amazing, isn't it? Looks to me like it could be leather tile...
wall apart to fix it because it kept coming off the tract. (Didn't someone else mention this?) I finally opened up the wall and tore the darned thing out. I took the first one out because I had no place to put electrical, and couldn't hang a picture.(hmm, mentioned also..by a pro!.) One opening now
it’s a door opening when the pocket door is fully open. Recessing the track is a clean, modern aesthetic, but it demands a high-quality track that won’t deflect under load or require future replacement. This is a permanent detail, so expect that the track price will reflect its durability.
it demands a high-quality track that won’t deflect under load or require future replacement. This is a permanent detail, so expect that the track price will reflect its durability.
“Pantry” — edbaier
Braam's Custom Cabinets
7 Reviews
kitchen perimeter & pantry
Ideabooks14,141
Questions20
unfortunately we don't have the stain colour for the floors as we were only responsible for the custom cabinetry you see in the photo. The designer for this project was Kate Zeidler. Thank you for your interest, Braam's Custom Cabinets
Hi sousou87, Unfortunately we don't have that information
Hi selh05 - We didn't actually install the man door for the pantry. We were only responsible for the cabinetry in both the kitchen and the pantry through the door. I'm not sure what kind of hinge they have used here. Sorry we can't be of more help and good luck on your search
Hi estewart, Unforunately, Braam's doesn't have access to this information. We are only responsible for the custom cabinetry in this photo. The designer for this project was Kate Zeidler. Thank you for your interest and I'm sorry we can't be of more help, Braam's Custom Cabinets
“Microwave placement” — hiphop71
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