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Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
I would love to have the exposed beams like this. My kitchen is gutted. What type of contractor would do this
Where did you get the beans on the ceiling?
Where did you get the beams in the ceiling?
i love the blues in this room..what is the name of the color of the paint and where did you get it..Thank you for sharing..beautiful!
the size of this sink, and also how much bench space there is either side ... it doesn't look like a lot, and I'm trying to work out the minimum I can get away with, without going mad at not having somewhere to stack dishes ... thank you!
thanks, I am looking at getting ultracraft cabinets, can you tell me the door style?
While OSMO top coat is not USDA registered food grade, it is German food grade - just didn't spent the $$$ to get US certified. Great stuff and really the only product I want to finish with anymore. Used OSMO on this Walnut kitchen island.
“Island” — skis2000
Michelle Edwards
2 Reviews
Christmas 2011
was replaced by greenery over a mirror. Burlap flags across the fireplace provide a rustic touch that, surprisingly, doesn’t look out of place.Get a contractor’s tips to hanging holiday decor
“mirror” — Barbara Van_Gorp
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Locust- Aquarium
Hi, Where can I get a built in aquarium?
large canvas) copper to match the other metallics in the room — another great example of working with and enhancing the basement's quirks.More: Get a contractor's tips on how to finish a basement
“cozy” — Kim Morrison
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
space, in an unobtrusive spot.Now the homeowner's basement is a high-functioning and comforting space that welcomes guests with open arms.More: Get a contractor's tips for finishing a basement the right way
“builtins” — corinnefoster
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Specht Harpman Architects
4 Reviews
New Canaan Residence
seen things get overlooked or improperly constructed early in the process, which affects contractors later in the job. And if that earlier contractor has left to another job, it’s oftentimes difficult to get the person back onsite to fix those mistakes. Plus, it’s costly for new contractors to fix another’s
earlier.Substandard drywalling can cause a whole host of problems at the finishing stage, not the least of which is uneven tile, because the tile contractors can’t get a straight line to adhere tile. Problems that may not be very apparent when looking at a whole wall of drywall under construction lighting are
“vista al bosque” — marceposada25
Jose Garcia Design
1 Review
Schon House
Get the names of the contractor’s last three to five clients and ask all of them these questions. Did the contractor seem knowledgeable and resourceful? Was he on budget? Was he on time? If there were delays or cost overruns, was it the contractor who caused them? If so, how
how did he deal with them? Did the client feel the contractor worked collaboratively to come up with mutually satisfactory resolutions to problems, or was the tone combative? Were the clients happy with the workmanship and the contractor’s subcontractors’ work? Did he keep a clean site? How was he with
transparent. Simply put, your contractor buys materials and charges you an hourly rate to install them. But in the hands of an unethical contractor, you might find yourself on the wrong end of a hefty bill, as latent conditions also tend not to be covered. In reality, most contractors will break up their bid
“Bedroom; glass; connects to outside;” — blamer
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
What is the most cost effective way to get books shelves like those? Where can I buy them? We live in Lone Tree Colorado and I have not been able to locate
layout with fireplace etc. You're beautiful design has solved all the problems and allowed me to "see" what I had been trying to communicate to our contractor and architect - I figured somehow the curtains would disguise the issue of the cabinets in front of the window but couldn't grasp it myself. So,
to 3 arrangement as well. I have a similar recessed fireplace situation in the same size room and your design game me the visual I needed for the contractor. In addition to built-Ins I wanted to incorporate transoms into the top on each side of the built-Ins similar to those I have over my side windows
“Ottoman” — jozir
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