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jill Shevlin - Intrinsic Designs
3 Reviews
Intrinsic Designs Portfolio
Ideabooks5,293
Questions12
It looks like Hudson Valley.
hudson valley lighting - quinton
“Is this cove lighting?” — wendelsny
Washington Valley Cellars
9 Reviews
Short Hills Wine Cellar
Ideabooks1,210
Questions1
Washington Valley Cellars
“Bar floor” — terijill
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction - Eugene
1 Review
Krause Small Cottage
Ideabooks43
Questions0
Rainbow Valley Design & Construction
“Clean and has cistern” — billwallauer
Lencioni Construction
1 Review
Modern Silicon Valley Home
Ideabooks365
Questions1
Modern Silicon Valley Home
Modern Silicon Valley Home
“Tout” — Jocelyne Beaudoin
Geoffrey Butler Architecture & Planning
1 Review
Hilltop Residence Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks560
Questions1
I love this whole house in Mill Valley!
Hilltop Residence Mill Valley, CA
“Pony Wall idea” — bsetliff
Envision Web
Lake Burton Custom Homes
Ideabooks310
Questions2
these lakes were the largest producers of electricity in the state of Georgia. Now, they only provide peak power supply. The lake was built in a deep valley located along a 10 mile section of the Tallulah River. The Lake Burton Dam was closed on December 22, 1919 and the lake started to fill. The dam is
town (and the lake) was named after local prominent citizen Jeremiah Burton and was situated along the road from Clayton, Georgia to the Nacoochee Valley. Andrew Jackson Ritchie served as the postmaster for the area for several years. Gold was first discovered in Rabun County where Dicks Creek and the
“Lake” — ltobiajr
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Hockley Valley Home
Ideabooks1,866
Questions2
Hockley Valley Home Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer Charming contemporary home north west of Toronto in horse country. Architect: R.H. Carter Architects
Hockley Valley Home
“YUCK” — happilyathome
Engineered Environments
Napa Valley Estate
Ideabooks68
Questions0
High-powered executives envisioned a Napa Valley getaway for family and friends to gather. Fascinated with the architecture of Umbria, Italy, the homeowners worked with their design team to create an authentic environment using chestnut timbers, antique roof tiles, antique floor tiles and stone sourced
“Ana” — Monica Bumaz
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