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Joubert Design Build
Urban Farm House
Ideabooks272
Questions1
German Texas Barn. All other areas of the house were designed to appear as later additions. Custom windmill fan is a nice touch and is functional.
am in Texas.
“Fan” — messyjess19
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Geschke Group Architecture
2 Reviews
Texas Southern Living Showcase Home
Ideabooks1,897
Questions6
Texas Southern Living Showcase Home
Texas Farmhouse
“tray and basket to make cabinet look taller” — anniebananniej
John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Mediterranean Equestrian Estate
Ideabooks587
Questions1
Looks like Texas
“deck and trees” — a_tamagni
Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
Ideabooks6,319
Questions5
suppliers in Texas. The cut/cast stone is from Renaissance Cast Stone of Dallas Texas.
“door” — paigemazurek
Superior Woodcraft, Inc.
18 Reviews
Cheerful Formality
Ideabooks10,022
Questions15
live in Texas . I want the same cabinets and same color.
There is no Superior Woodcraft near me. I live in Texas. Can they sell me the paint. I would them to make my new kitchen but there is no Superior wood craft near me. How can they do my kitchen ?
“Kitchen” — michellelynnkeehn
Silver Oak Interiors
3 Reviews
1414 River Way, River Crossing, Spring Branch Texas
Ideabooks9,686
Questions5
Antonio Texas 210-701-7978 Thanks for the question. The product is by Mohawk, Quarry Stone Collection which is a porcelain. Color is Forest. I used the 3 x 3 mosaic on mesh and went with the 13 x 13 on a straight lay for the shower wall. Of course there is a black marble pencil dome that was used
“kitchen tile?” — mstromme1
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
Ideabooks12,248
Questions3
Texas. "Light, frequent waterings will simply encourage shallow roots, which will not serve your plants well in times of heat and dry weather. It's preferable to water more deeply but less often, encouraging your plants' roots to dig down deep into the soil," writes landscape designer Jenny Peterson
“Hosing” — hellercp
Tim Cuppett Architects
10 Reviews
Historic House
Ideabooks2,752
Questions1
historic Texas farmhouse Austin
Texas farm house
“Style” — karenmraff
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