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Can you tell me about the prints on the wall and where can I find them ? Thanks Terry R
Please tell me about the bed...i love wood trim around the upholstered headboard...where did you get it?
I would love to know more about this bedding..is it custom made? I am looking for something exactly like this and can't find the color anywhere. Thank you!
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Phillip Jefferies Amalfi Silk in Tirreno Blue and the bench material is from Glant (silk mohair). Both were purchased through a local showroom. Let us know if you have any other questions!
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
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Thank you, Mr. Lum! I will write to your office and ask about it.
what about this detail on the island? the slat look?
Everything about this kitchen is likeable - great use of a very small narrow space to create a truly functional full-sized kitchen. My only concern is the fridge-freezer
Columbia Street Residence
Please could you let us know where you bought the stools - totally fab
I want to say they purchased all Kitchen Aid appliances, though I'm not too sure. It was purchased about 18 months ago, so that model isn't probably around anymore. Thanks for asking.
to rethink us of corner and where food pantry will go (maybe food pantry on opposite corner END of refrigerator) Also like the island because I like the separation of the eating bar from the prep sink and work area - a different look than the typical raised eating bar and IF room, talk about a different
different level end piece for serving appetizers, etc. setting food on . . . good pic to talk about when desiging the kitchen !
Please tell me everything about this lighted counter top
Hello, Ernesto I LOVE the back lit contertop so much and have gone to your website, but I don't see any info. about this amazing counter top. Would you please let me know? How did you have workers install the lights under it? Are the LED lights? Thank you very much
collaborative work between all of us involved in the project. Good luck, Ernesto Garcia, ASID
The faucet ensemble is by THG faucets, this is their website. http://www.thg.fr/en.html You can also read an article about how I use their products in
following link. http://thgstyle.com/2012/03/05/thg-etruscan-inspired-luxury-escape-by-ernesto-garcia/ I'm glad you like my work, and please vote for us for Best of Houzz 2013. Thank you.
Hi there! Good question about the bulbs. We already had ample lighting in this room when I decided to hang the lanterns, so I didn't choose to wire them. At night, the light from the wall sconces and a rope
Enid covered the ceiling above the bed with a variety of white paper lanterns. "I love the way they look swaying above us as we lie in bed."
Shannon MaloneSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 5. Paper lanterns. They're both fun and sophisticated. Oh, and they cost about $5 a pop.
flood the space with soft light. Enid covered the ceiling above the bed with a variety of white paper lanterns. "I love the way they look swaying above us as we lie in bed."Bed: Hannah's Home Furnishings
5. Paper lanterns. They're both fun and sophisticated. Oh, and they cost about $5 a pop.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Stamford Entry Foyer
Make a first impression. Put a single piece that's personal to you in the foyer to pique people's interest and to say something about the home they're about to enter.
second chance to make a first impression. And she was right. Don’t let your entry hall fall prey to lack of attention. How to break this habit? Most of us with attached garages never use our foyers — and it shows. So use it. Showcase a favorite object that has a story behind it. This will immediately set
second chance to make a first impression. And she was right. Don’t let your entry hall fall prey to lack of attention.How to break this habit? Most of us with attached garages never use our foyers — and it shows. So use it. Showcase a favorite object that has a story behind it. This will immediately set
that worries me about the pergola you have suggested is it has an angled roof towards the back neighbors. I like the idea of the angled roof because it blocks their view of us. BUT it also blocks our view of the backyard. What about if we built the pergola with a flat roof and then about halfway to the
pergola style with a swing. We would have Michael make the height so that it would block the view of the back neighbors upstairs window looking down on us. This is a geometry problem that I would need to explain to Michael. It would be hard to pull off, but it would look pretty cool if we did.
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