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Venegas and Company
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Needham Bar
finishes like cherry, mahogany and oak, I recommend always going dark with ebony or dark walnut unless you're willing to go painted. Cabinets with professional sprayed finishes seem to defy all trends.
“use-specific bar” — jndlreyes
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North VA Design & Remodeling Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
isn't the first thing on your list of criteria when hiring a new architect or designer. But it's important to do your research and ask about the professional's experience. The last thing a design review board wants to do is hold up a project, but anyone who comes in again and again without all the necessary
“Dad's backyard” — reese12345
Found Design
4 Reviews
Modern living
1. Stick with warm, neutral walls. If your target demographic is "young professional" or "young family," try using a warm gray as a neutral wall color. The gold or pinky-beige wall color you chose 10 years ago is going to seem outdated to this new group of home buyers. On-trend neutrals like grays
“Súper el diseño de la poltrona” — Sergio
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Summer Home
5. Open up your shower space. Young professionals love large, open glass showers. The garden-variety tub isn't where it's at anymore.
“Getting closer” — 2003coventry
Design House
Blue & Pink bedroom
you hunted down at a flea market years ago? Get it out of storage and turn it into the beauty you envisioned with new upholstery. Either hire a professional upholsterer or, if you’re handy, take an upholstery class and give it a try yourself.
“Colors” — Jan van der Baan
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Chapman House
Taking cues. This striking patterned wallpaper mimics the lines of the Chinese Chippendale–style wing chair. This is a great professional trick to use when searching for wallpaper: Let your furniture be your guide.
“Wallpaper” — bernicevictor
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Repurposing salvaged sink
or the newspaper to find a hidden gem. While most nicks and scratches just enhance the sink's character, they can often be easily repaired by a professional if you like.
“Compartmented old farmhouse style sink” — cowgirlskeet
Munger Interiors
Traditional Living
ample closet space, now is the time to sort through your summer clothing, make any small repairs that are needed or take them to a dry cleaner for professional care, then pack them up for storage. Airtight plastic containers are the safest portable option as bugs and rats can’t infiltrate them. If you’re
“I hope our closet is big enough for an island” — blynette
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