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Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
1189 cottonwood lane - remodel
Ideabooks10,493
Questions7
Perfect Toddler Room ... in fact it would be awesome even when he's 10 :)
“i like the window bench.” — j9partovi
M+A Architecture Studio
Next House
Ideabooks841
Questions2
Schatz says he came to the conclusion over the years that the ideal operational size for
queen bed, a desk, side tables and a closet is 13 feet by 13 feet. But because he wanted to have slightly bigger furniture in their master bedroom — like the
the classic Saarinen Womb chair, which “looks delicate but is huge,” he says — they bumped the room up to 14 feet by 15 feet.
M+A Architecture Studio Schatz says he came to the conclusion over the years that the ideal operational size for a bedroom that
Schatz says he came to the conclusion over the years that the ideal operational size for a bedroom that has a queen bed, a desk, side tables and a closet
closet is 13 feet by 13 feet. But because he wanted to have slightly bigger furniture in their master bedroom — like the classic Saarinen Womb chair, which
“Adi” — judea77
Harrison Interiors
Washington DC Interior Designer
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Grow Landscapes, Inc.
Loundon County Landscape Architect
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Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks2,112
Questions3
the bed skirt himself, which he divulges is something he doesn’t normally do, “but I got a bee in my bonnet that day,” he says. Favreau added an additional
the bed skirt himself, which he divulges is something he doesn’t normally do, “but I got a bee in my bonnet that day,” he says.
the bed skirt himself, which he divulges is something he doesn’t normally do, “but I got a bee in my bonnet that day,” he says. Favreau added an additional
or canvas. Because the fabric was already embroidered, likely by machine, he says it “sealed the deal” in the fabric choice.The contrasting fabric inside
more masculine line, so I kept lots of gathered pleating out of the design,” he says. “The bed skirt can set the tone for a room.”
“the patterned bed skirt” — The Decorating Therapist
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Vancouver Loft - Vintage Modern
Ideabooks1,462
Questions2
He warmed up the white and grays with reclaimed barn wood that he got from a friend who owns a reclaimed-wood company. He built the dining
dining table top from the same wood. He had another friend build the sprinkler pipe legs. And yet another friend invented the Stact wine rack to the right
He warmed up the white and grays with reclaimed barn wood that he got from a friend who owns a reclaimed-wood company. He built the dining table top from
He warmed up the white and greys with reclaimed barn wood that he got from a friend who owns a reclaimed-wood company. He built the dining
from the same wood. He had another friend build the sprinkler pipe legs. And yet another friend invented the Stact wine rack to the right. The light fixtures
“Cuisine” — marcil10
Michael Robert Construction
13 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Ultimate Island
Ideabooks43,793
Questions77
The nearly 10’ island is an ideal place for food prep, a quick bite, buffet set-up, or sharing a glass of wine with friends. 2.5” thick marble countertop
Is your island 10' x 4'? We're working on a very similar layout kitchen and they have us drawn
So I see that the island is 4'3" by 10'. How deep are the cabinets facing the white cabinets then? I figured they
No, he was able to match it in his shop and he sprayed them himself. He also made several end panels and miscellaneous
(Michael Robert Construction) works with him all the time. He does a lot of work in your area. He can be reached at 973-709-1510 or by email azzam1@optonline
The kitchen is about 18' x 18' with a 9' x 10' breakfast nook.
“lights and painted island.” — bettyegan
Hudson Interior Design
5 Reviews
Eclectic Family Room
Ideabooks19,133
Questions12
looking, he will give us clues. Does he ask us about the process? Does he demonstrate a need to be “walked through” what will happen? Does he pay attention
how he reads books. Does he read slowly and carefully without ever skipping a paragraph? He is a part to whole. On the other hand, if (like me) he reads
maybe write it down? Does he seem hyper-organized? You can be pretty certain he is a part-to-whole thinker. On the other hand, is he primarily interested in
in the bottom line? Does he seem uninterested in, or bogged down, by details? Is he a big-picture person? If so, he is your classic whole-to-part person
“the O.C.D. part of me is in love” — bartwharris
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
3 Reviews
Lombardy Lane, Laguna Beach
Ideabooks4,640
Questions7
It looks like a Stanley Woodward. He was my husband's great uncle. Just curious. Thank you!
to bring the look back. He took out the plasterboard and added vertical pine paneling. In his research he found that a 5cm-by-10cm detail where the walls
wall-to-wall carpeting, he was delighted to find the original oak floors. The wood windows and mantel are also original to the cottage. He set out to replace
Collins wanted to bring the look back. He took out the plasterboard and added vertical pine paneling. In his research he found that a 2- by 4-inch detail where
wall-to-wall carpeting, he was delighted to find the original oak floors. The wood windows and mantle are also original to the cottage. He set out to replace
“I love white in a small space:). Add a punch of colour and ...wow!” — elainewiens
AMR Design
15 Reviews
Hard Loft Space
Ideabooks582
Questions0
stainless steel. He then had the steel cut for the counter-to-ceiling backsplash and enlisted the help of his neighbor to install it. He created the live-edge
live-edge floating shelf from a piece of wood he picked out at a local supplier and attached it himself. He bought the range hood from Costco and took it
stainless steel. He then had the steel cut for the counter-to-ceiling backsplash and enlisted the help of his neighbor to install it. He created the live-edge
stainless steel. He then had the steel cut for the counter-to-ceiling backsplash and enlisted the help of his neighbor to install it. He created the live-edge
live-edge floating shelf from a piece of wood he picked out at a local supplier and attached it himself. He bought the range hood from Costco and took it
“stainless steel backsplash panels” — Lynn Amoroso
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