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Younique Designs
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Teen Girls Bath and Bedroom San Antonio, TX
Ideabooks12,367
Questions15
What a beautiful setting ?Can you tell how the curtains are fixed ?as the rods are not visible and it looks great
my best room I have ever ever ever ever ever ever ever seen in the world
“drapes” — theyockels
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Kenig Residence Stairs
Ideabooks4,892
Questions5
That is the best use of family snap shots I have ever seen
well you frame the problem. Be sure to listen to what he is saying (and not saying) and take notes. Be conversational, show genuine interest and ask (as well as answer) questionsDescribe your process. This is your chance to offer the client a taste of what it will be like working with you, so make it
“Escalera” — palimejia
Sticks and Stones Design Group Inc
Nursery
Ideabooks790
Questions7
Yes, this is a glider (as is the ottoman). It's is from Restoration Hardware and you can select the type of fabric upholstery that suits you best. Order some swatches in advance
This is the best nursery I have ever seen.
“twins” — AKassya Flores
Elite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
Glass staircase
Ideabooks7,468
Questions5
LOVE these. However, a wee bit impractical (as well as too costly!). :)
As seen from above, the stair's transparency lets all of the architecture and design come through. Of course, just as the stair's transparency reveals everything
“open look; sleek and modern” — christineposin
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Seeley Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks16,348
Questions11
most bedrooms seem to have white ceilings except here - should ceiling be complementary to walls (as oposed to white trim and ceiling?) I think this looks very restful for bedroom. please tell me what ceiling color you used.
i've seen 2 different responses to this question. Whittail Brown and Cabot Trail.. which is it? Thanks
“paint color” — ronaldmelvin
Pool Environments, Inc.
17 Reviews
Private-As seen on HGTV Amazing Water Homes
Ideabooks5,352
Questions6
Private-As seen on HGTV Amazing Water Homes
“Arches” — tyoungblood5
Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Amy A. Alper, Architect
Ideabooks8,723
Questions20
I have not seen this brand with the star emblem.
the wall, but it looks like you were able to put the backsplash in behind it? Did you install the countertop and backsplash first, then slide the sink in? Or did you have the backsplash at that point cut differently to accomodate the sink?
It's a small galley kitchen, 8' wide x 13' long. We managed to get pantry storage between the exterior door and the refrigerator too...its just not seen in the pictures. All the cabinets are 24" wide, giving the room a nice rhythm and making it look a bit bigger.
specifics....just to say again - the tile (by Bedrosians) is discontinued. It was a porcelain tile that was the best facsimile of a concrete tile that I've seen. Call your local tile store and see if a sales person can help suggest something similar.
“Nice small galley kitchen.” — jughead03
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
Cove House
Ideabooks1,970
Questions0
Austin, Texas The previous two designs could be seen as additive, meaning each porch is an extension of the rest of the house’s form. In this house, by Furman + Keil Architects, the screened-in porch is subtractive, since it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces
In this house, by Furman + Keil Architects, the screened-in porch is subtractive, since it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces to the right and beyond.
Austin, TexasThe previous two designs could be seen as additive, meaning each porch is an extension of the rest of the house’s form. In this house, by Furman + Keil Architects, the screened-in porch is subtractive, since it sits under the roof it shares with the living spaces to the right and beyond
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