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Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Lakeside Family Cottage
Ideabooks160K
Questions96
Room open air feeling
“the end duvet” — kleach1227
TY LARKINS INTERIORS
CLEAN TRADITIONAL
Ideabooks837
Questions2
designed with assistance from Le Architect in Baton Rouge. The painted brick facade and shuttered windows overlook a formal front garden, lending an air of reserved propriety that evaporates once you step through the front door.
“entrance” — hargovan
Jordan Design Studio, Ltd.
Coastal Bathroom in Naples, Florida by Jordan Design Studio
Ideabooks40,086
Questions21
to not over work any type of finishing job as it will diminish the natural wood look. I have found sometimes in this scenario that using a compressed air blower to get rid of the spider webs and dust is a great place to start. Good luck!
“Bathroom” — piwood
Bellisa Design
Lori Withey
Ideabooks3,717
Questions3
No ventilation is needed. It is sitting on a shelf and breaths naturally. There is, however, a room A/C return air duct directly above it that could help (if needed) with any pockets of heat buildup.
“Theatre” — Joseph Sebestyen
JWT Associates
4 Reviews
Westwood Residence
Ideabooks2,411
Questions6
ottoman cabinets with grates to provide air for equipment
“tv cabinet” — Connie
Martha's Vineyard Interior Design
4 Reviews
Edgartown Waterfront
Ideabooks2,812
Questions6
We can smell the sea air.
“table and dining near windows” — ababij
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
Ideabooks140K
Questions91
your walls. Gray has been a hot color for several seasons now, and it’s not going away soon. As a neutral, it’s incredibly versatile, and it gives an air of sophistication to practically any type of furnishing. Plus, there is just something about the way color and pattern stand out against this shade that
“Sofa and chairs” — di2332
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Kitchen
Ideabooks63,374
Questions103
Look into the new jenn air floating glass refrigerator it already has the glass in the front
“I like the dark wall above the stove. Is it steel?” — jasna256
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