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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa
The coolest fountain/table I have ever seen.
This could work in the front garden.... the pond is a clever idea, raised up rather than dug in, keeps toads out too
“Fun!” — liv3181
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
162 white pine - new build
We've seen our question 3 x's, no answer, where do we get the sinks?
Showers that are 36 inches (92 centimeters) deep and 48 inches (122 centimeters) wide are very comfortable for most people, especially if they have a built-in seat. Beyond that there is certainly no limit, but going over 60 inches (152 centimeters) in width and depth will lose the sense of enclosure that defines
“love cabinet style and color, door style, overall wood use for warm look. Not sure about granite cou” — vizslaloverpeggy
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
candlesticks are classic and you can't go wrong. Whatever type flowers or arrangement you may have in the center, can go along with whatever season we are in. Keep it small and simple to achieve a look like this.
Green. Yellow-greens and sage greens are often seen in traditional rooms. These colors lend a natural, organic feel to a room.Suggested paint pick: Ryegrass, Sherwin-Williams
““Theodor and Alexander makes these chairs” “These are by Theodore Alexander http://www.theodor” — knocoletti
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
This looks like the grasscloth wallpapers I've seen on www.mytwodesigners.com. Having said that, I wouldn't recommend using grasscloth in a bathroom - I'd use a vinyl because of the moist conditions
For the master bath, I love the countertops, grass cloth wallpaper and floors. I also like the window treatments. Not,in love with the shower's tile, though.
“shower” — navycop335
Ownby Design
18 Reviews
Ownby Design
This is the most stunning living room I've seen on this site. I'm building my home and this living room is what I want ours to look like. The use of the earthy colors and the mild contrast in the
This room and all others in this home just pull me in. There is not a lot of fuss which I like. How do designers pull this off. It looks as though so little time was spent designing this room. However
“love the wall color, dunn edwards Modern Ivory DE6197 and stone on fireplace” — 45maximo
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
Modern Vermont Farmhouse
palliado tiles above washbasin o=in powdwe rm
there was a three-month delay on top of the reconnection order so that the utility could update its drawings. Even though this these will never be seen, they were absolutely critical and had to be completed before construction could be completed. Keeping a 20 percent contingency allows our clients to
“Vanity” — rwingard
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
5 Reviews
Amagansett Beach Retreat
Does anyone know who makes the lamps? I know I have seen them before, but can't remember where.
This neutral room is the kind of place we could curl up and fall right to sleep in. The tones are so soothing. We love how this designer chose to draw the eye away from all those neutrals with a punch of dark wood. The contrast between
“Bed” — mkcrosby
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
The colors tie it in..3 brozne items 5 black items...Keep items in Groups of 3-5 items and the eyes keep up with the brain...the odd numbers win. Plus i think the Dark
Painting is the easiest way to make a big change without too much fuss, but introducing a little pink in the form of a chair cover or lampshade, as seen in this design, will instantly update a look.
“Pink color” — yeshe
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