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Martha O'Hara Interiors
Parkwood Road Residence Kitchen
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Although this bedroom looks amazing, I am not sure “in real life” it would show as well as the professional photography has made it look.
studio recreation inc
The Glass Farmhouse Loft
It's spray paint. It's better to be done by professional. I bought this one already painted in black. You need to sand out the old lacquer before you spray and all metal hardware have to be taken off and put back after paint. If you want to do it yourself, when you go buy the paint, tell them it's for
Amy Lambert Lee
the trim was painted, but it had so many layers that were chipped, we had to do tons of sanding (which was a total beating). In the end, we hired professional painters because it was too much for us to accomplish on our own. Too much trim! I would use a primer for sure. Let me know how it goes!
Stone Residence 1
I guess it doesn't hurt to ask......but, do people realize someone paid you a professional fee to spend hours with them putting together the home they ended up with. People can buy books, magazines, shop on line for ideas and then take
Kleppinger Design Group, Inc.
Crystal White Painted Inset
Looks like a Viking 48 inch, it also comes in 42. Viking Professional Series VCSB5481WH http://www.ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/VCSB5481WH.html :) Rhoda
You can add paneling as a decorative element since, in your case, the plaster is preforming the same job. For recommendations look for a skilled professional carpenter via houzz.com Sacramento.
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