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The Woodshop of Avon
5 Reviews
The Woodshop of Avon
Ideabooks26,536
Questions27
The material is soapstone and like granite, you will want to look at slabs for color. It is sometimes classified as "green" soaptstone.
“island” — darlabunny
Dumican Mosey Architects
Outdoor Living
Ideabooks44,874
Questions18
Geometric shapes are commonly referred to as traditional, but also are classified as modern or contemporary based on their rectilinear or sharp, clean lines.
“Love this” — rinagirly
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen transformation
Ideabooks29,772
Questions36
What would you classify this type of architecture?
“Love window configuration” — & Design
Shasta Smith - CID #6478
Mid-Century Modern Revival Kitchen by Shasta Smith
Ideabooks2,622
Questions1
Very very classified.
“Design” — Jered Jerome
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Premier
Ideabooks88,197
Questions79
Hi guinness09, this is either a marble nor a travertine. It is classified as an Oolitic Limestone (with a double 'o') it is virtually indestructible, and no amount of acidic foods or house cleaning chemicals may harm it
“backsplash” — jeantauber
Eric Aust Architect
9 Reviews
Peninsula Point Residence
Ideabooks16,799
Questions6
It can be classified as a plant ledge/decorative until code, then add safety features (ladder and rails) after inspection.
“Bedroom” — ellamanley
Tamara Magel Studio
5 Reviews
Rumsin
Ideabooks9,170
Questions19
Neutral color blocking. White and black are generally classified as neutrals. Their huge contrast creates a stunning color block. This thoroughly modern, clean and sophisticated kitchen uses just the right amount of both. Tip: When working with a black and white palette, try adding one other solid color
“Backsplash” — shaunadave
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Family Rooms
Ideabooks2,325
Questions7
similar to the side cabinet in the back (below the framed picture). Can anyone provide some good search terms that I could use? I'm not sure how to classify the furniture and what style it is. Thanks!
“chaiir” — junewells
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