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Jen Talbot Design
1 Review
Jen Talbot Studio
The Brooklyn playroom was designed as a woodland wonderland full of unexpected secret places to discover. The rooms main feature is a hand constructed life size 100% felt interactive tree with velcro-able lemons that can be “picked”, birds to be pulled from nests, soft low poufs fashioned to look like
brooklyn playroom.... this was a former small apartment kitchen&was transformed into the most adorable&beautiful urban playroom/kids room ive ever seen!!!
brooklyn playroom.... i love the "tree branch" hooks
“3d tree” — force09
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Maletz Design
1 Review
Park Slope brownstone
the bottom and holly on the top. The doors and drawer-fronts are solid wood, no veneers. Totally beautiful work by South Slope Woodworks here in Brooklyn. Thanks for asking!
South slope wood works in Brooklyn lower oiled walnut cabinets
“Cabinets” — jcsweet
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
The painter is Joyce Kim, a Brooklyn artist. http://www.thierrygoldberg.com/joyce_kim/
Brooklyn 2 story remodel
Joyce Kim, a Brooklyn artist.
“The wall in t'en tranche with a non l'y niche” — luluzzz
Brookfield Residential Calgary
Brookfield Residential - Auburn Bay - Leighton Showhome
Like blow up of Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge Geometric Art
“stop everything..loving Black and White..super classic” — Jill Rosenwald
High Camp Home
2 Reviews
Juniper HIlls
t%20Wall-Toledo PENDANT Manufacturer: Troy Lighting (Unconfirmed by High Camp Home) Collection: Brooklyn Link: http://www.lightingdesign.com/Troy%20Lighting/F3144/One%20Light%20Pendant-Brooklyn If you are interested in ordering, feel free to send me an email at eporter@lightingdesign.com or call
“Love it all” — niki2u2
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
Rear facade in Brooklyn Heights brownstone addition by Ben Herzog, architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.
Brooklyn Heights Addition “Hi, may I know what is the material used for the door and window frames?” “Hi- It does? All of the doors and windows are from Marvin
If your house is in a historic district, like this Brooklyn brownstone, check if you're allowed to replace your windows. Restoring may be your only option.
“Lots of windows” — beccabruder
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Antiques and curio items add interest to a Brooklyn brownstone
My Houzz: Antiques and curio items add interest to a Brooklyn brownstone
countertops to give a vintage, cottage feel to the kitchen. Kitschy accessories, such as illustrated dish towels, add a splash of color.Dish towels: The Brooklyn Kitchen
“Kitchen idea” — tylerphillip
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn Loft
in love with the regional aesthetics I've discovered in these places.” Console table: reclaimed wood, Nightwood; floor lamp: Paul Pisanelli, from Brooklyn Flea
“Textiles on the room?” — borisjunior
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