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GT Design, Inc.
1 Review
Kanae Estates Lot 1
YES PLEASE!!!!!!!! I would LOVE to have open air at all times
“Template for Pugomboa” — mrconch
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Romanza Interior Design
The Isabella Master Bedroom
The Isabella model home by London Bay Homes is a three-bedroom, three-bath home with 2,879 sq. ft. under air. The Great Room floor plan also includes a den, formal dining room and large master suite that provides access to a spacious outdoor living area with a pool and summer kitchen. Interior Design
“Paint” — Leslie McIntire
Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Heavy Metal
The hidden cupboards at the back are done well, the central hob and extractor looks cool. I also enjoy the grate/net~ doors leading outside to give air and light but separate the garden. The single long and double width work surface give plenty of room for the ten Christmas dishes one would need to
“gunmetal cabinets” — knkenwor
Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
Domsjo Double Bowl by Ikea, quite affordable! We had to drill through the adjacent cabinet to install the air gap necessary for the faucet though.
“kitchen faucet” — Kerwin & Associates
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Presidio Heights traditional
Color- Philadelphia cream. Also like fresh air
“Color” — forschwab
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
Great Neighborhood Homes - Spring Parade of Homes #307 - Edina, MN
Heating ? Air at feet
“Layout??” — jfarmar
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
food and drink, particularly when the container is heated in the microwave or left in a warm spot – the plastic might also release toxic fumes into the air. TELL USWhat are some of the methods you use to detox your home? Let us know in the comments section below.
“ארון על הקיר לסוכר תה פסטות” — Dana Gal
H&H Design
6 Reviews
the paint.General contractor Kirk Schilling uses low-VOC paints because California law requires the use of paints and finishes that don't worsen the air quality; by January 1, 2014, it will limit VOC content to 3 percent of the product's weight. However, Schilling doesn't think that the laws are actually
“greyish brown accent wall” — paboehm
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