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Janie K. Hirsch, ASID
1 Review
J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
Ideabooks16,201
Questions20
Tatami 8143 cut in half, trim is Patina 8075 cut in half, and the cabinets are Patina 8075.
#8143 (Cut in Half), and the countertops are Botticino Florito marble that has a honed finish.
that was cut in half. Janie Hirsch
Tatami 8143 cut in half, trim is Patina 8075 cut in half, and the cabinets are Patina 8075.
“like the cabinet knobs” — jdarden6
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks9,076
Questions16
Did you cut the pieces of timber on an angle or straight?
corner cut the corners on a 45 angle? b) side trim from the floor to top of door trim on either side of the door with trim in between c)Top door trim runs across the entire top of door and side trim pieces 2. What size trim was used on the side and top?
doorway cuts the spaces? If you have the drop beyond it should be the same height. Your main hall will look different because it won't be cased
they are cut at a 45 angle. The side trim is 4 1/4" and the top is 5 1/2"
“Mouldings” — dinks21
MAGDALENA GLEN-SCHIENEMAN, AIA
2 Reviews
Entry Steps
Ideabooks1,164
Questions0
trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the affected areas.
trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the affected areas. More: The Weepers and the Creepers: 10 Intriguing Trees for Your Garden
trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things.
trimmed or cut back, so you can continue to make room for other things. Junipers grow best in full sun and prefer dry conditions; humidity and excessive moisture can lead to blight. If this happens, prune out the affected areas.More: The Weepers and the Creepers: 10 Intriguing Trees for Your Garden
“Garden” — brune001
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Tehama Grasshopper
Ideabooks1,621
Questions4
recommend cut lines or not? I kinda like the look of no cut lines but our house is long and we were thinking of doing cut lines in a couple door ways and then continuing on under the walls. What's your advice?
referring to cut lines in the concrete? If so without cut lines the concrete will crack. The client for this project did not want any cut lines and did not mind having some cracks.
“concrete floor” — shanmonvos
Eran Turgeman - Photographer
Industrial Design
Ideabooks6,654
Questions8
lazer cut a design
cut corten...laser cut screen...Cut metal...Laser cuts in wall
“mirroir” — lebvirg
Laurie Lieberman Architects
Dining Room
Ideabooks2,844
Questions7
cut out...Cut out walll
“BB” — stefanmh
dC Fine Homes & Interiors
10 Reviews
Virtuosity, Front Exterior
Ideabooks3,647
Questions4
We then cut the expansion joints in on a diaganol.
Hello, What material Is the driveway? Is it colored cement? If so what color is it? It is very stunning! Thank you! It is actually just an exposed aggregate with a 'wet seal' sealant to make it glossy. We then cut the expansion joints in on a diaganol.
“Nhadep 18” — Anh Tuấn Phạm
Leslie Saul & Associates
10 Reviews
Boston Condo
Ideabooks2,136
Questions2
lines and cut in around doorways or windows. Because of brick's rough edges, cutting in isn't as easy as it is on a smooth surface, so use a narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. Prime it right. Use a primer that's designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer's
lines and cut in around doorways or windows. Because of brick's rough edges, cutting in isn't as easy as it is on a smooth surface, so use a narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. Prime it right. Use a primer that's designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer's
lines and cut in around doorways or windows. Because of brick's rough edges, cutting in isn't as easy as it is on a smooth surface, so use a narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. Prime it right. Use a primer that's designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer's
“painted brick interior” — victoriavisser
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