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Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Parkwood Road Residence Living Room 2
Ideabooks110K
Questions101
Do you consider this traditional with a modern splash? I'm very interested in introducing this color scheme. We are concerned the colors may be too cool for our existing feel. But are trying to find just the right
accent for white and gray has staying power? It seems to be *everywhere* right now, so its easy to find fabrics and accessories, but is it fleeting? I'm a little afraid to go 'all in' but struggle with an alternative that has the same impact. Navy? Orange?? thanks!
What kind of shades are on the windows? I'm on the hunt for window coverings, and I like the simple yet elegant look of these shades.
color on the walls. Could I ask you the name of it? I'm a fan of White Dove for the trim. That is what I have used throughout my house.
“Chairs” — mloucks003
Jill Wolff Interior Design
10 Reviews
Breezy Brentwood
Ideabooks13,519
Questions32
Do you by chance have the dimensions of the room and the dimensions of the couch? I love this layout for my family room, but I'm concerned the sectional might be too big and take up my whole room. Thank you!
I'm sorry, I meant to say Williams Sonoma has that style chair, I don't know if those are the same from the photo.
I'm able to reproduce the table! :) I'm a furniture maker
well/railing? Or what is the distance from the built in wall unit to the end of the railing? I have the same layout in the house I'm building and never envisioned furniture layed out this way but I like it!
molding on the mantle surround. Is that subway tile? Our room is only 15'6" deep and I don't know if we can achieve the same furniture layout with the TV above the fireplace.
“Sectional” — sthill
Chalet
7 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks6,363
Questions8
It says Ben Moore classic gray
Classic gray BM wall paint in bathroom
Classic gray paint, Benjamin Moore
Classic grey paint- BM
classic gray 1548 BM
Classic grey Benjamin
classic gray paint color
The master bath was begging for this millwork, Mattingly says. The gray walls pick up on the veining in the marble floor.Wall paint: Classic Gray, Benjamin Moore
Classic Gray 1548 by Benjamin
Classic Grey...Classic gray...Classic gray. B.M....classic grey BM...bm classic gray...bm classic gray -
“Bathtub with book stand!” — galbano1
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
dining room
Ideabooks66,300
Questions1,811
Need help with furniture placement in living room
Room is 17ft by 16ft with a corner fireplace with tv above as focus point. I'm desperate!
Would love some color ideas for painting some old furniture for a little boys room?
Wall colors for living room with brown furniture
Hello, I'm currently redesigning my house and contemplating either ipe flooring or guajuvira. Ipe is very nice but guajuvira is new and modern. I don't know what to choose. Should info safe and choose ipe? I'm thinking about resale value as guajuvira is very
Thanks for the quick reply. I'm a newbie at this. I'm just afraid I will get tired of guajuvira as its very bold. We have the kitchen all in white with teak color wood cabinets with white quartz
“light” — malibella
jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks12,741
Questions14
for picking the rift cut......your observations please). We're going with white oak - I'm leaning toward mixing rift cut w/some quarter sawn based on your comments. We have to play with the stain but what I'm looking for is a diluted coffee tone (dark, but able to see wood grain).
The floors were stained to match an existing color. We don't have the exact formula but try using a blend of Classic Gray and Ebony from Minwax. Use only a little Ebony (1 part Ebony to 3 parts Gray).
@jamesthomas, LLC: Thank you for your reply. I'm beginning to see that looking at pictures of both. Plain-sawn is different from quarter sawn? Quarter sawn has more movement than rift sawn. It seems more choices lean toward rift sawn (but a majority of those were contemporary light toned finishes
“Table” — mariaenunez
Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Urban Lodge
Ideabooks40,889
Questions24
Love the furniture layout, can you share the dimensions of the room? Beautiful!
designers at Studio M will be able to further assist you. ... Keep checking out projects as we upload them. The Eskuche Design Team 952.544.3844 ...
Thanks for your inquiry! I'm sorry I don't have that information. You may want to check with the Interior Designer at Studio M Interiors. ...
project! The interior designers at Studio M will be able to further assist you. ... Keep checking out projects as we upload them. The Eskuche Design Team 952.544.3844 ...
Thank you for your inquiry! This is a wonderful project! The interior designers at Studio M will be able to further assist you
further assist you. Studio M Interiors. Keep checking out projects as we upload them. The Eskuche Design Team 952.544.3844 ...
“Living room” — Alyson Bowen
CW Design, LLC
17 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks8,942
Questions20
What brand/model faucet is this? Love the simple, classic design of this bathroom.
I'm interested in having a similar vanity made, but I don't know what kind of tradesperson to ask
in my place, and couldn't even find a fully glazed basin in the Twin Cities and had to ship one in. I guess most non-designers wouldn't notice, but I'm picky ;)
I'm sorry, I don't have a record of the Benjamin Moore color. It may look like a gray in the photo but it's white.
On a budget - go simple, classic and clean.
The double sink - so classic
“My dream sink” — Coty & Lauren DiMichele
Creative Touch Interiors
2 Reviews
Antiques with a Twist
Ideabooks1,338
Questions2
5 to 1.8 m) wide. Two more outset columns spaced slightly less far apart than the center width complete the porch’s breadth. Differences in porch depth. Though 6 ft. (1.8 m) is a desirable depth for porches, 8 ft. (2.4 m) is ideal. Many homes are built with shallower depths. A 4-ft. (1.2-m) depth behind
MY PORCH Though 6 ft. (1.8 m) is a desirable depth for porches, 8 ft. (2.4 m) is ideal. Many homes are built with shallower depths. A 4-ft. (1.2-m) depth behind the column, as in this example, allows simple wooden rocking chairs and potted
Differences in porch depth. Though 6 ft. (1.8 m) is a desirable depth for porches, 8 ft. (2.4 m) is ideal. Many homes are built with shallower depths. A 4-ft. (1.2-m) depth behind the column, as in this example, allows simple wooden rocking chairs and potted
“stained wood” — mashen
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