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Jennifer Hagler
My House
Neutral color scheme: A purely neutral color palette is made up exclusively of white, grays, and blacks but the common usage of the term also includes browns as well as mixtures of cream and beige.
“Coffee table and floating cupboard” — heidicc01
Janet Paik
Living Room by Catherine Kwong
be to smear your hard work. Use spray adhesive. Since you will be working above your head, using a light spray adhesive will be a saving grace in terms of time (and your neck). Look for a spray specifically for stenciling or one with low tack and low residue. Using the spray will allow the stencil to
“mirror” — cjcfinn
Edwin Pepper Interiors
1 Review
Living Room
The sofas are from Century Furniture Company. What makes them unique is the selection of COM ("customers own material" - a term used to describe fabric selected from another vendor) and the way the Designer instructed the manufacturer to apply the fabrics. The accent pillows
“cozy living room” — Amanda Swain
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
West Vancouver Residence
Very nice fourier in terms of layout and stand-alone staircase.
“moderno” — magy1079
4 Reviews
Red alert. This centre-hung front door is a show stopper in terms of both design and colour. Fire engine red is the perfect choice for a door making such a bold statement.
“Very interesting!” — wandaawilliamson
WA design
8 Reviews
Folger Loft 1
I like the exposed rafters....are the LVL? (Is that the right term?). Thanks, it all looks amazing!
“Elevator” — Michelle Smith
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
North Georgia log cabin, Dining room
in the front is actual logs. These were reclaimed pine logs, from a cabin built in the 1820's in north Georgia. They are not smooth, and are whats termed rough hewn. The logs are 14" tall and 6" wide. The white area is called chinking, and its a stucco/concrete mix. The wall the back with the door and
“Entryway and mudroom” — nlv26
Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
City Zen Space
Just a little comment in term of feng shui perspective
“japan” — moosje59
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