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Ownby Design
17 Reviews
Ownby Design
Where can I get the building plan of this house?
about 15 people have asked the wall color and it's been answered each time
the furniture in this case was the best strategy. From the opposite angle, it is clear that this room takes advantage of the gorgeous view at the same time as it provides comfortable seating for TV watching.
“Open concept” — Scott Thomasson
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Best of Houzz 2014
Fairfax Marble & Granite produces the highest quality counter tops, with the most natural stone color selections.
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
New York Transformation
I have one to build for someone, this looks about the same size, excellent design
DIY co-op partner, you need to schedule work times. Be sure to limit them to one house a day. Because of the flexibility in our schedules, Torey and I have settled on Monday mornings at her house and Wednesday mornings at mine. If you work at a job full time, you may want to work in the evenings or on
“Pantry” — Katie Trow
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Kitchen, void
copper and were fabricated especially for this house. “We wanted to use copper to reference the external cladding, and we left it raw to patina over time along with the outside of the house,” says Fitzpatrick.
Easy to build, not too bulky, area for stools fits in seamlessly.
copper and were fabricated especially for this house. “We wanted to use copper to reference the external cladding, and we left it raw to patina over time along with the outside of the house,” says Fitzpatrick.
“Mesa cocina” — siegfrid
Solar Solutions Design
Yarra Glen
This looks comfortable and luxurious at the same time. Beautiful!
look appealing but it’s easy to forget the work that goes into keeping a lawn looking as good as it does during an open-house inspection. If you’re time-poor, a house with minimal garden but plenty of outdoor living space could be the right choice for you.
“stone and wood” — nfisher67
Niche Interiors
23 Reviews
South of Market living room
overwhelming to buy everything new all at once, and often it’s not economically possible. Deciding ahead of time which items you’ll work toward replacing or upgrading will go a long way toward building a home together. See Part 1: So You're Moving In Together: 3 Things to Do FirstComing up: Part 3 will help
Know when to upgrade. Whether you rent or own your space, what you start with may not be what you want to live with forevermore. There will come a time when the hand-me-downs, mystery furniture and yes, the broken down, will need to be replaced. What one partner feels is fully functional, the other
“coffee tables” — Mary
HBF plus Design
1 Review
Hi, I am building a kitchen in the same area. Is this a custom wood hood? Thank you for your help in advance!
thanks...i am thinking over time a fireclay or cast iron sink may show some wear?...which is why i like the idea of soapstone since it looks like it naturally wears...but i would want granite on the counter of my island where my sink will be since that
No technical issues. Some people don't like that soapstone acquires a rustic patina over time that may become at odds with the more polished look of the granite. Other people like that contrast.
“Soapstone sink” — nanuq217
Roughan Interior Design
5 Reviews
Rye, NY Dutch Colonial
difficulty finding door and base molding with such simplicity of design. Would you mind sharing the name of the source/number? Thank you so much for your time and congratulations on a beautiful job!!
Those details are what you see and you could have someone build it as the photo shows. Thank you!
14. Bring in the finishing touches. Look around your room. What's missing? Now is the time to fill in those little gaps and give your space that extra polish. Consider a mirror, small picture frames, candles, a laundry hamper, fresh flowers or a plant, and a carafe for water.Tell us: Are you currently
“pictures” — mkm949704
DeGraw & DeHaan Architects
A new home in the New York Suburbs
I'll soon build an addition and this will be on the exterior side. I need dimensions of the room.
I am having a hard time finding flooring like this. Is it tile? Or is it actual brick? Thanks so much for your time!
“wetbar/serving area” — kspivey
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