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the Internet without ever sitting on it. Down cushions, extra slipcover — the works. It was so uncomfortable! I lived with it for two years, then sold it to a friend for 50 bucks.sponduluxHaving a larger glass top made with beveled edges for a coffee table base. The corners weren’t rounded, and it seemed
Buyer BewarequisumTried for years to have children: expensive medical bills, no responses from adoption agencies. Bought a very attractive white sofa. That did the trick — two little boys in less than one year. susanintorontoBuying a giant glass-topped table. It was really way too big for our dining
just way too wide. My husband told me that if I wanted to get rid of it, I’d have to carry the glass out to the curb myself. We kept it for several years, then … offered the table for free on Craigslist and Kijiji. Someone did pick it up — so now it’s their problem!jenberry72I bought a custom sofa over
Michael Robert Construction
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Ultimate Island
How do you like your appliances (all Thermador?) now that you're a couple of years in from the buildout/renovation?
custom manufacturer of cabinet components and supply to all 50 states, all of our products are made in the USA
It's actually not oil. We used 3 coats of water-based poly. It's been about two years and we are seeing some wear, but that's with two small boys
Holds up well to our 2 year old and 3 year old and chocolate lab!
Hi auggie! It certainly is big, and definitely beautiful, but I have to be honest, I wouldn't recommend it. After only one year of use, it is not holding up well. At the time, we ordered it based purely on looks. We ordered it from a website that I can't recall. It's not a name
Rhodes Architecture + Light
8th West Residence
Generous eating/play terraces face the views of the bay and West Seattle to the southwest while a small sunken garden to the north is designed to celebrate the houses’ rainwater. A large swath of Seattle Parks + Recreation land to the east of the residence was reclaimed and landscaped for use by the residents
Hi, what is the specific brand, model of the wood used for flooring in this picture? My wife and I will be buying a home next year and we would love to look at a sample of this specific wood. Please let us know. Look forward to your response.
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Home for Chanukah
Such a special way to celebrate Ness Gadol Haya Sham
Try a new table setup. This year Brownstein plans to shake things up in her household by hosting her Hanukkah dinner in front of the fireplace. "I wanted a more cozy setup, so I pushed back the living room furniture to create more space," she says. "It also means that my grandkids can run around, sit
Dyna - Portage Bay
for the new home and some of the historic logs were salvaged and custom milled to create the distinctive interior wood paneling. The atrium space celebrates light and water with open and connected kitchen, living and dining areas. The bedroom, office and bathroom have a more intimate feel, like a waterside
Clean and simple define this 1200 square foot Portage Bay floating home. After living on the water for 10 years, the owner was familiar with the area’s history and concerned with environmental issues. With that in mind, she worked with Architect Ryan Mankoski of Ninebark Studios and Dyna to create a
Hammer & Hand
commercial building in southeast Portland and transformed it into an open, light-filled celebration of simplicity. Architect Elizabeth Williams of Pencil Work Studio designed the remodel of the building, which in its hundred-year life had served as nickelodeon, school, place of worship, and dance hall. The loft
take a little more effort than most other garden plants, but they will become some of the most low-maintenance plants in your garden for years to come.More: Celebrate a Sunny Climate With the Right Leafy Palm for Your Site
Hangman Valley Residence
Conceived as an empty-nesters paradise this house was designed as a series of pods to maximize the efficiency of the footprint and to celebrate the interrelationship of the interior and exterior spaces. Both indoor and outdoor living areas are promoted by the building’s harmonious relationship with
the material palette’s movement across the exterior threshold, while the shading devices, trellises and large eves provide protection and privacy for year round use and enjoyment of the entire site. This residence is truly a deliberate response to both the owner’s lifestyle and their love of nature.