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Zieba Builders, Inc.
Sand, Sea, and Sky Kitchen
kitchen with a coastal vibe, plenty of storage space, and an eat-in area. We started by bringing the far wall into the kitchen space to accommodate a large panty
Where did you get these pulls?
New Jersey and Tri-State Area Interior Design and Remodeling
Services Provided - Painting - Residential Construction - Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling - Design Consultations - Installation - Outdoor Installations and more...
Minneapolis New Construction
dealer/showroom near you. Please look into that, I think that is where I would start.
sofa is but it can be found at Room and Board if you would like to call to get the pricing....The sectional is Orson from Room and Board. It is 69" left/right
My Houzz: Upscale Townhome With A View In Downtown St. John's
Yes, they were very very light. They were unfinished red oak to start with
With three stories in the front and four in the back, Nicholas says, "I get my exercise by climbing flights of stairs all day." During the renovation she
POINT GREY HOME
.. ... Hope this is a good start!
Where did you get these lamps from?
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
Romantic Guesthouse Garden
Yup...more lavender....I think you might be starting to get it.
Natural California Style Garden by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
I am getting ready to plant around my pool.
and color — it’s time to choose the actual plants and put them in place. Start by choosing plants that have the same basic needs for sunlight, water and
ANX / Aaron Neubert Architects
if we could get this many windows we would
arborist and a landscape designer to survey the tree’s health before he started building the addition for the previous homeowner in 2008. The California
Beard + Riser Architects
Wonderful house! What exactly is the ceiling made of and how did you treat it to get that corroded finish?
doesn't come off as 'trying too hard to look" rustic. . the other rooms start to remind me of the saying "too much of a good thing can be too much..."