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RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks116K
Questions56
worked at new factory,we are offer some decoration wall mirrors,Can you tell me some big furniture company name in your country ?We are so hard to find clients.Thank you very much. Esther
master bath. "We used a Venetian plaster on the ceiling to get that glow," says Hallberg. Also Venetian: the stunning mirror over the vanity, which the clients already owned. Continuing with the mirrored theme, Hallberg had the top of the vanity covered in an inlaid antique mirror. She also added unique hardware
“Fresh and Classy” — jsfields
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Kitchen1
Ideabooks9,070
Questions14
renovation project, what is one of the most important elements of the design that clients generally overlook? Erica Islas: Lighting is one of the most important elements of design and is typically overlooked by client simply because they are more focused on the larger prettier items like cabinetry and
“Kitchen that works well with the dark blue” — Katie Guindon
Kristi Spouse Interiors
8 Reviews
The Gambrel Roof Home
Ideabooks12,026
Questions15
The finish on the chairs is the weathered black. I am sorry, I do not know the finish of the table as it was the clients previously and it is no longer made.
I don't think this very table is available anymore. This table was actually the clients and purchased about 4 years ago. similar items available at: http://www.crateandbarrel.com/basque-java-104-dining-table/s564382 http://www.crateandbarrel
“Ceiling” — jgmz
Strening Architects
3 Reviews
Orinda Residence
Ideabooks6,901
Questions3
This project was a residence for a young couple starting a new family. The site was a spectacular hilltop site within minutes of downtown. The client wished for a home that could serve as their foundation for the next 30 years. With this in mind we placed a large emphasis on the designing the kitchen
would serve as the nerve center of their lives. Bringing in natural light, views and access to the outdoors was essential to make this work for the clients. We then reconfigured the rest of the house to more accurately reflect the process of their daily life. Photography: Emily Hagopian
“Eat-in” — sillyskittles
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks9,814
Questions7
Why did the clients opt to have the drain pipes exposed instead of hidden under the fabulous vanities?
Another fabulous vanity that incorporates found objects. The corbels below were bought by the clients on their travels overseas, and the custom builders incorporated them into the twin vanities. I love the contrast of the rough wood of the corbels against
“wall cabinets with corbels” — acjustice
Kemp Hall Studio
22 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks11,268
Questions32
give them more space since we couldn't add to the footprint due to a flood plain. Unfortunately, I can't disclose the specific costs to protect our client's privacy.
I'm sorry but to protect our clients, we do not give out addresses. I hope you understand.
“The brackets holding up the hip roof” — pamnowicki
Dona Rosene Interiors
13 Reviews
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
Ideabooks3,629
Questions5
fabric satisfies the client's penchant for circles. A table skirted in plaid brings another pattern into the room."When I found this painting, I knew it would be perfect for over the headboard in the master bedroom, but it was even better over the built-ins in here," she says. The client agreed. Chairs and
“This is adorable.” — silverlining
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
North Shore Kitchen
Ideabooks10,794
Questions18
Using the beams and barn doors as a divider is a great idea. We had these beams made custom by the same person who milled the wood floor for this client.
The clients found the mahogany cabinet while antiquing, and after they had started construction on the kitchen. Posillico created a custom alcove the piece could fit in without looking too confined. The deep farmhouse sink lends to the rustic feel of the kitchen, and is practical enough to deal with
“White marble countertops w/ wood cabinets” — Molly Mullane
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