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Castro Design Studio
Love everything about this design!!! What is the paint color on the mantle?
It is about 18 feet deep by 26 feet wide. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
This is an outside patio, this could work for us. Beautiful!
what about screens?
Schwartz and Architecture
Schwartz and Architecture
How about these windows in the bedroom?
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This may not be the type of space I tend to feature, but there is something about the
This may not be the type of space I tend to feature, but there is something about the photo that is kinda eerie. I think the symmetry heightens that sensation, as does the soft lighting and the compression of the ceiling on the sides
Cassie Daughtrey Realogics Sotheby's Realty
KP Spaces Home
There's something about this room that just feels sweet. Maybe its the old rustic with dainty sheer...I like it.
light and airy attic office. Simple white furniture and fabrics further enhance this very modest, yet beautiful space and would certainly inspire most of us to sit tight and keep grafting.
list on which you record how you want things to be — your dreams, if you will. This could be broad, but it shouldn't be vague. When I got really clear about how I wanted my house to be, I wrote, "I want to get down to food, clothes and books." What do you want? "Get organized" is vague, but "Create an orderly
Tea, cookies and nostalgia. A cool and rainy spring day is simply made for spending time digging through old things — something about the rain encourages nostalgia. I advise brewing yourself a nice pot of hot tea or coffee and toting it with you. A few little sandwiches or cookies
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
New Modern Farmhouse
We design all of our projects for the site and our clients needs. If you would like to hire us, we would be glad to develop plans for you! Best, Joanne
headaches. Generally, we find out about these leaks only when we see a brown spot on the ceiling or a drip though the window header. But if you know what to look for, you might be able to catch problem spots before you have interior damage.If you live where it snows, think about the water your house will make
Shane D. Inman
Lake Michigan Retreat
I'm so confused about the colors, what's painted hopsack, and what's painted wind mill?
Not us but example of sheet rock anove
About same height as 1 I'm considering.
This photo is beautiful, I love everything about it!! It screams classic yet still comfortable for family and guest.
Malcolm Wildeboer - VWArchitects
Sauble Beach House
Size is perfect for us and our east facing view property. We have been looking for an inverted plan with a tower and a nautical flavor. I did not see any additional photos on your website to get a better idea of the internal layout.
Don't like most of it, but what about the fire observation tower look?
How about a lighthouse attached to our house??
OMG....I LOVE everything about this house!
Jona Collins Interior Design
Jona Collins Interiors
I love the Mantlepiece. Can you please tell me something about it. How could I get a replica?
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Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
Am curious about black farmers sink. Where is it from, is it a single bowl or divided, and is it cast iron or acrylic. Thanks, Kim
think I mentioned in an earlier string that my client brought their lights back from Mexico themselves. (That's why we're having the conversation about an alternate source.) Good luck with your project.
That's really what it's all about, picturing what the client sees, not what the designer wants to see.
Hi Shelly- I'm sorry; paint questions are the hardest ones for us to answer, because we usually mix our colors onsite to adjust for onsite lighting, natural lighting, material reflections, etc. In this case I'm not