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Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
24 Reviews
Presidio heights apartment
Ideabooks5,839
Questions15
Century Furniture. Also for those interested the fabric is Pattern 8512-23 Grade 22, 50% Cotton, 50% Rayon. Just happened to come
Jerry Ja­cobs De­sign, Inc. Century Furniture. Also for those interested the fabric is Pattern 8512-23 Grade 22, 50% Cotton, 50% Rayon. Just happened to come
of the Michael Taylor club chair pair well with the classic, silk velvet Century Furniture roll-arm sectional — and nicely contrast with the angular moldings
“Level of middle line” — lydia_botros
Mackenzie Collier Interiors
14 Reviews
Breezy Modern Home
Ideabooks4,558
Questions6
a wall of 3D tile to house the new electric fireplace, television and components. We dropped a George Nelson Bubble Lamp on a dimmer switch above the
existing wall. The bottom is 17" deep or so, which makes it deep enough for components. I'll attach a photo of the structure so you can get a better idea of
console cutout to keep components neat and organized
Here, this can be enjoyed from the sofa or in the bed. The classic Mid-century ‘Bubble’ pendant by George Nelson illuminates the space with style while
“TV & FP” — gigi276
Plum and Crimson Fine Interior Design
2 Reviews
2008 Showcase of Homes
Ideabooks1,800
Questions7
Thanks ! The floor is 2 1/4" #1 Common red oak with a 50/50 mix of Early American and Provincial stain.
period from about 1600 through the 19th century.
red oak - 50/50 early American and provincial
the floor is 2 1/4" #1 Common red oak with a 50/50 mix of Early American and Provincial stain
50/50 Provencial/Early American Stain for floor
50/50 early american/provincial stain
Minwax 50/50 early american and provincial
“Counters” — suemmaloney
Blake Shaw Homes, Inc
Morningside Make-Over
Ideabooks10,316
Questions20
This mid-century home was given a complete overhaul, just love the way it turned out.
Yes we did a 50/50 mix of Jacobean and ebony by minwax.
7-13-14 Window cabinets above storage cabinet, just a thought...7-13-14
“Yes we did a 50/50 mix of Jacobean and ebony by minwax.”
50% jacobean / 50% ebony...50/50 jacobean and ebony...50 jaco 50 ebony
“jaco + ebony minwax” — nomoretrys1
Kaufman Homes, Inc.
21 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks21,325
Questions12
Owens Corning – Shale Pro-Fit Ledgestone (PF-8106)
looks like a nice way to do a contemporary house that relates to a mid century neighborhood. Love the full height windows. I like the vertical siding
shale pro fit ledgestone PF-8016
“Deep eaves” — kim5623
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
Ideabooks7,968
Questions9
This Mid-Century Modern residence was infused with rich paint colors and accent lighting to enhance the owner’s modern American furniture and art collections
quaint now, but back in the ‘50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average Australian. Mid-century Modern homes took advantage
Style Secret: Indoor-Outdoor FlowIt may sound quaint now, but back in the '50s, the idea of indoor-outdoor living was revolutionary for the average American
mid century modern home with same type...So your style is mid century modern
“Small rugs” — usstapletons
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
19 Reviews
Lake Keowee: Smith Private Residence
Ideabooks17,004
Questions17
large island and you have a stunning area. Antique lighting and a 19th century armoire are paired with painted paneling to give an edge to the much-loved
Highest point: 14’-7” Lowest point: 10’-5”
Ceiling 14.5, 10 ft lowest Croquet chairs from postcard from Paris Fp screen from r
This space is 18' x 14'....Restoration pf doors Discontinued
“floors” — szmusic
Julie Williams Design
8 Reviews
Project in Tiburon
Ideabooks190K
Questions120
Where are all the media components(cable box, dvd player, apple tv, etc)housed? Are there
I'm assuming the surround was custom built. Do you know what components were used?
All of the television components are behind the doors of the bookshelves.
paper and made by the cabinet manufacturer, it is not made up of a list of components.
This client didn't have satellite television but all of the components are behind the bookcase doors.
The components are behind the doors.
“Fireplace, cabinet design” — jeanmcarlo
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