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Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks2,257
Questions4
Steps - gray on top with earthtones on the face of the step
stone facing...stone faced steps
“steps” — fergsonlakemartin
Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design
10 Reviews
Andrea Braund
Ideabooks3,838
Questions8
window, fireplace wall; sofas facing each other
the idea of the way the couches face each other to keep an open plan.
love the two couches facing the table...sofas face each other
“Living room style and window” — ti2square
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Ideabooks5,107
Questions11
Really like this for the house facing the view
A photo shot at sunset lets us see into the front-facing interior rooms of the house: three bedrooms, the study, a card room and a billiards room. Motorized
with this house.”The above photo shot at sunset lets us see into the front-facing rooms of the house: three bedrooms, the study, a card room and a billiards
A photo shot at sunset lets us see into the front-facing interior rooms of the house: three bedrooms, the study, a card room and
“blue house with white trim and light colored deck” — ksknierim
AGC Masonry, Inc
Remodeling in Roseland
Ideabooks3,487
Questions9
The stone face around entrance and around windows. Love the roof shingles and path to entrance
Fake stone face, and add brick surround around door
pitched, gabled roofs (another thatched-roof evolution) where at least one faces the front. Exterior walls are commonly a mix of half timbered (nonstructural)
“Eagles stile” — damarcut
Tamara Mack Design
2 Reviews
Tamara Mack Design - Interiors
Ideabooks11,787
Questions20
the living room or the bed in the bedroom. In most cases this piece should face the room’s focal point. Chairs should be no more than 8 feet apart to facilitate
first, such as the sofa in the living room. In most cases this piece should face the room's focal point. Chairs should be no more than 8 ft. apart to facilitate
the living room or the bed in the bedroom. In most cases this piece should face the room’s focal point. Chairs should be no more than 8 feet apart to facilitate
the living room, or the bed in the bedroom. In most cases this piece should face the room’s focal point. Chairs should be no more than 2.4m apart to facilitate
“couch” — bevsousa
WA design
9 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Ideabooks11,527
Questions8
Chocotaw sandstone face and customized gas burner
Like rock facing...Chocotaw sandstone face...Slate faced fireplace
“Simole” — lisastevensin
Erica George Dines Photography
Stern Turner Home
Ideabooks15,956
Questions7
I like the idea of individual pictures of the children's faces in a verticle layout.
same size pics of faces only...funny face mug shots...Every face in family
“Photo column” — Jennifer Chia
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
Brunstrom Residence
Ideabooks14,671
Questions20
engineered wood more stable than solid wood and less likely to warp when faced with temperature changes and humidity. Look for FSC-certified and formal
The back side of the home faces Oregon's coastal mountain range, so Schnell and his team opened up this house to take advantage of those views and the
designed with ample counter space so that prep work could be done while facing the view. Upper cabinetry was limited to keep the kitchen feeling open,
engineered wood more stable than solid wood and less likely to warp when faced with temperature changes and humidity. Look for FSC-certified and forma
“Like the island on legs” — khoawa
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