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Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Fairytale Tudor
Ideabooks2,001
Questions3
cast stone with brick
“Color of beams and brick/stone fireplace” — April Harpole
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
River Bend Ranch
Ideabooks25,055
Questions19
Love the home! Would you please tell me what type of sink is in this kitchen? I'm debating in my own design between white cast iron and stainless steel. I'm leaning towards the former, despite recommendations to the latter. But this may settle it.... Thanks a bunch in advance
“My fav” — coldmtnmom
Dreamy Whites
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Ideabooks11,817
Questions5
plaster cast deco on armoir
“shandellier” — Mellie Meston
J.A.S. Design-Build
1 Review
JAS Design-Build: Bathrooms
Ideabooks4,345
Questions10
Potential layout and look of master shower: frameless door, half wall with tile facing tub; floor to ceiling tile in shower. We will have cast iron shower pan.
“white subway tile with carrera marble.” — lw4corgis
Traditional Bathroom
Ideabooks28,325
Questions30
deceptive in some ways, because it is reflecting some of the other pale colors in the space. The pocket door is French door with frosted glass, which casts a blueish hue. Paint colors are so very different depending on the space that they're in, that we always tell folks to look for colors for your specific
“countertops” — ashiekim
Architect Bruce Celenski, Inc.
6 Reviews
French Regency Chateau
Ideabooks4,184
Questions3
Dark windows and cast stone
“Front” — assassin13
Solaris Inc.
1 Review
Eagle Point Road Residence 2
Ideabooks1,725
Questions1
pekna spodna cast pod barom dobre vyriesene z oboch stran
“Barstools” — 100interlachen
Wade Design & Construction Inc
10 Reviews
Breakfast Counter
Ideabooks11,753
Questions21
It looks very black in the pictures, but in person it has a lot of depth, larger crystalline formations, and is has a very dark brown cast to the black appearance. It is not gray, for sure, and does not have the blue-ish quality of slate. It has lots of depth and richness, hence the name
“open concept” — cobbinah
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