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Mu-2 Inc.
3 Reviews
Modern Kitchens
Ideabooks2,199
Questions3
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day to get the most frequently used spaces in your kitchen decluttered and primed for easy cooking. Get rid of things you never use (be honest!) and move things you rarely use (like once or twice a year) to a nonprime position. Take everything out of your cupboards (you can do this in two or more stages
“Pan storage” — ted Hartley
Sindahl
Kitchen
Ideabooks461
Questions0
TS: He helped me with the structural work, but I'm afraid that I totally took over the design. I did all the planning, but we always went through the details together before we went ahead.
EW: What input did your boyfriend have in designing your home? TS: He helped me with the structural work, but I'm afraid that I totally took over the design. I did all the planning, but we always went through the details together before we went ahead.
“tegels, en de indeling” — Ariella Mostertman
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Mallory Dubuclet
Ideabooks1,983
Questions8
Bianca Rino Marble is the counter top material. Gorgeous, isn't it? Thanks for your question.
SG: What was your greatest challenge in designing your home? MMD: The hardest part was the sheer number of decisions that had to be made and the fact that most were not made simultaneously. When picking fixtures for the bathroom, for example, I didn't yet know what the floor tile was going to look like
“Chandelier” — Sharon Pierce
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
River Oaks Residence
Ideabooks15,283
Questions16
What is the brand and name? And does it require many coats to get this degree of saturation? Thank you so very much for your help!
Thank you--I really appreciate your helpful answer!
Pros Ideabooks Discussions Your Houzz Your Ideabooks Your Photos Write a Review Edit Profile Change Password Sign Out © 2014 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™These are called the BOOM WALL SCONCE. You can likely find them through LampsPlus.com. September 21, 2012 at 8:54am
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“Color” — hgammel
Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Ideabooks2,301
Questions7
EJ5 Corona Chair | Danish Design Store
The fireplacescreen and tools were from SF Design Centre from LA, Philip Nimmo Ironworks in LAhttp://...
They are poured resin and steel, from the Design centre, custom but I don't think they have them anymore
They are made by Shawna Stoney and available at the SF Design centre
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“coffee tables” — joybrtx
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
Exquisite Interiors in Minneapolis
Ideabooks5,499
Questions4
Hi and thank you for the question. We are photographers at Spacecrafting and we took the photos of this beautiful home. I'm sorry but I don't have the answer
suspect we don't. Thank you for the question, we post several beautiful homes on our Facebook page and would be honored if you would like us on FB:...
Hello 1285, I looked into the seeing if I could find the answer to your question. Sadly I don't have the information. We are photographers at S
answer to your question...This was a remodel done by the homeowner and we took the photos for them.
Hi, bbownanj4 I have been trying to find the answer to your question, however it is tough sometimes to get wall color. We are photographers at Spacecrafting and the homeowner
“Colors” — sharisue
Rob Bramhall Architects
Ten Acre Meadow
Ideabooks2,415
Questions3
Obviously no brick was used on this photo, but glad to help. It depends on the where the brick is. I think it is best to do a google search for your specific application.
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“Barn” — tpleroux
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Ideabooks2,499
Questions2
her assertion that ignoring your heart is the worst mistake you can make in designing your home. Don't follow trends religiously and follow your heart!
Way ahead of her time and the trend, Flora Scalamandré originally designed this art deco wallpaper in the 1930s. Eighty years later it's back and more beautiful than ever.
DON'T: Ignore your heart. Choosing to go against your natural instincts often leads to regret. Don't be afraid to trust yourself regarding a design decision you are truly passionate about.DO: Start small. If you have always loved yellow, or any other color, do not subdue your affection by going
ground in which to go bold until you become more confident in your decorating choices.
“Wallpaper???” — Melanie Hailstone
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