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InterSpace Design
1 Review
Rose Garden Contemporary
Asymmetric valences create dynamic interest for the windows. The shaped cherry and birds eye maple cabinet doors echo the curvilinear swoop of the fireplace surround. Photo: Dean Birinyi
“valence” — jhseide
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Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Design First Interiors
23 Reviews
Suite Master Piece
shower water and vapors. Bottom section is glass block for privacy and above is an awning window for ventilation. The vanity is suspended allowing the eye to ‘see’ more of the floor and helping to make the room feel larger. Also helping to make the room seem larger is the continuous marble border that extends
“Melamina” — alisov
Sue Sampson - Window Treatment Expert
10 Reviews
A modern graphic print adds eye popping fun to this young and on trend bedroom. Roller blinds beneath the shades were a request from the homeowner so that the romans did not need to be fussed with each day.
“Setup for my room” — Abby Olsen
Period Architecture Ltd.
23 Reviews
West Chester, PA--New Residence Entry
New Residence Entry. Photo by Angle Eye Photography.
“Wallboard” — jscheil
Nicolette Patton, CKD / Nar Fine Carpentry
6 Reviews
Land Park Duplex
White Oak Composite perimeter combined with sophisticated Walnut and Quartz marbled countertops with White tile backsplash- a space that is soft on the eyes, but very complex in the details. Functionality is everything in this space- Large drawers, tip-up cabinets, trash units, and plenty of pantry storage
“savona” — ubermajestix
Stuart Wood Joinery
5 Reviews
L-shape kitchen, green island (paint: cats eye), white cabinets (paint: halo). Custom panel fridge
“Lights” — marikorhodes
Beyond the Box - Kitchen Design
9 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Revival
sinks to create two prep areas; there is room for everyone. It is part of a large Great Room.The recycled glass tile mosaic behind the cook top is very eye catching and playful.
“table” — jillzor
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Philadelphia Residence
Angle Eye Photography
“Size of seating” — jancrooker
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