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Gridley Company
4 Reviews
Clean Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks2,385
Questions6
Great cabinets? Who is the manufacturer? Are they full overlay and frameless? What color is the granite?
Thank you! The cabinets are from Dura Supreme and they are full overlay and frameless. The countertops are actually a quartz product from Silestone in Ebony Pearl.
Same lay out as our kitchen
lights - cabinets facing out
Lay out...Out let on counter
“layout” — Green Chair Interior Design
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Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milileu Design
Ideabooks11,788
Questions8
That is a natural stone from out east. Here in the Midwest we call it full range bluestone .
From what I can make out. Ground cover to front of bed is Pachysandra Terminalis 'Variegata, On right I think blue plant is Lavandula hidcote, but don't worry it will work in this planting too. Roses look like "carpet rose" Grass to rear Miscanthus sinesis, Near railing Acer palmatum
you on it, I just cant remember the name.:D Big plant at corner of house looks like viburnum opulus roseum, but could be an acer also. I cant make it out.
“looks pretty” — darleen50
Matt Garcia Design
2 Reviews
Llano Exit Strategy
Ideabooks3,365
Questions6
Sorry I'm not sure. Clients already had it. I'll try and find out.
Too much plywood and can't see out of the windows.
this simple lay out could be used for desk area. Simple angle iron and plywood penofin used to seal plywood which was laid out with the sheets staggered to avoid meeting any four corners in a problematic joint
“Muur” — maxvanzet
Contemporary Family Room
Ideabooks12,485
Questions13
This looks like Montana Antique from Montana Rockworks. I would say that this is full thickness stone. Please look them up for a dealer near you.
looks like Montana Antique from Montana Rockworks. I would say that this is full thickness stone
like the covered porch out front
Is it indoors or out?
Hearthstone, column bump outs
stone in and out
“Stone, wood, windows” — ehills39
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Storybook
Ideabooks10,474
Questions10
Is it possible to have the full exterior design (photos) from all angles?
These specific windows are from Eagle Windows. http://www.eaglewindow.com/_Products/Push-Out-Casement---Awning-Windows.aspx
WOW, look at the little dormer coming out of the front round room
Love the different angles and the curved pop out. Would be perfect for my stairway
“Window” — Violet Coblentz
Southampton Builders
5 Reviews
Luxury Custom Manor in Northern Illinois
Ideabooks5,008
Questions11
Full Veneer Stone- Natural Stone. It is not Chipped but comes like that then laid by Mason. Call me if you have more questions, if you like.
Would this have been a natural stone full veneer oor natural stone that the mason cut and chipped
best with about 2 acres or over. It has 5 bedrooms and 1 in the basement. We work with people out of state in a consulting manner. Please give us a call to discuss more on how we can help you with your out of state project.
I am sorry we do not give out information like that. We worked hard to create that exterior and do not give away our trade secrets.
If I wanted a castle - I would want this castle. Check out all the pics.
“The arched Windows” — vipor2
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks2,533
Questions9
sitting there facing? (I'd love. To see more photos of the rest of the space) I'm working on a zen residence right now and need some out of the box ideas. This is certainly out of the box, thanks.
Learn from these mistakes - narrow overhead cupboards look out of balance with the wall of full height cupboards on the right
“Blanquita para bar” — mopoces
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks16,564
Questions14
Hi, can you tell me how did you do the fireplace? Is it full of concret or a tile? I'm planning to do one of this in my house. Thank you in advance!
We recently had some foundations poured. The forms were made out of stacked boards in some of the areas. When we took the forms off this is what the concrete looked like. The concrete absorbed something from the wood
corners with our board form tile. If you would like more information on any of our products please feel free to email me directly and be sure to check out our facebook page and website. lise@2stone.ca
photos yet unfortunately) http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=367282059994296&set=a.327748583947644.79981.273102716078898&type=1&theater also check out our website and send us an email for more info and photos
“Fireplace and set up” — Erin Lipka
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