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Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
mountain retreat
Ideabooks6,527
Questions5
Looks like an engineering and flashing nightmare in that huge roof valley. Massive snow loading potential and problem area for wetting and leakage. I'd never do it. Looks nice though.
Hall onto Front of Shed
“Fantastic mix of materials” — stephcribbin
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Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
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Spanish Colonial Bathroom
Ideabooks3,306
Questions5
Loads of pics in bootroom
For front bathroom
“WALL TEXTURE AND TRIM” — murrayjkm
Busybee Design
An Indoor & Outdoor Oasis
Ideabooks19,776
Questions8
Colors would work on our front patio
This patio has it all going on: comfy cushions, a cozy rug, throw pillows galore and loads of warm texture.
“layout” — caverycox
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Deephaven Contemporary
Ideabooks2,402
Questions3
LOVE it loads
faucet in front of tub
“Bain” — jaspoirier
Custom Spaces Design
18 Reviews
Sleek and Bright Island
Ideabooks3,299
Questions8
fridge, where they are washed and prepped for the stove. Besides a prep surface, the island is also a good landing space for groceries before being loaded into the fridge or pantry.
Overhang, glass fronts
“Island design” — paris85
Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Red Laundry Room
Ideabooks6,538
Questions3
How much space do you need to account for a front loader washing machine and dryer so its no in the doorway...
Top loading
“Clothes rod across laundry room window” — Angela Squires
Jade Stone Ltd.
2 Reviews
Calgary
Ideabooks2,125
Questions11
Small but loaded kitchen
glass front aabove fridge
“Appliances Layout” — Andrea Kimstadt
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
House By The Pond
Ideabooks1,349
Questions3
pavilion, separated by an interstitial space comprised of two large glass pivot doors, was located parallel to the street. This lower scale street front pavilion was conceived as a breezeway. It connects the light and activity of the yard and pool area to the south with the view and wildlife of the pond
beam in the middle carry the load
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