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Decorating Den Interiors- Corporate Headquarters
Dream Room Contest (2013)
Counter w high cabinets and vanity
Triple mirror over double sink Idea
MAKE UP AREA COULD HAVE VERTICLE MIRROR AND TWO SIDE CABINETS LIKE THIS
high heels...mirror lighting
love the beadboard and the way the mirror is set into it
Half bath. Mirror. White.
High w c board...high ceilings...bathroom mirror
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
Hollywood Regency, Montecito
The style of the pendant suits the room, however it may be hung too high.
mirrored buffet table
mirrored server...Mirrored Sideboard...high end
Loving the high windows and all the molding and the arch ways. Very nice.
High windows...Mirror in the hall...round mirror
David Howell Design
Prospect Park West
I like the design of the mirror.
Kidney with high back chairs
fireplace, replace mirror with tv
High back wing chairs
Where is high street store or a good place for similar bedspreads
This was from a high street store but I checked and is now discontinued I'm afraid
do we want this for closet as opposed to mirrors?
Mirror in nook
out three ways before I found the best arrangement." Rug: Pottery Barn; coffee table: vintage; wallpaper: Nina Campbell for Osborne and Little; blue mirror: Anthropologie, repainted
out three ways before I found the best arrangement.’Rug: Pottery Barn; coffee table: vintage; wallpaper: Nina Campbell for Osborne and Little; blue mirror: Anthropologie, repainted
Stein's décor scheme was inspired mainly by her home's lofty architecture. The high ceilings, white brick walls and exposed iron beams begged for a visually interesting interior. "I wanted to keep it light, bright and modern but also bring in an interesting mix of furniture," Stein says. Since all of
Stein’s decorating scheme was inspired mainly by her home’s original architecture. The high ceilings, white brick walls and exposed iron beams begged for a visually interesting interior. ‘I wanted to keep it light, bright and modern but also
ceiling and the tops of these windows? I want to use clerestory windows in my north-facing bathroom to get more light, but they need to be placed pretty high to accomplish this due to elevation of the property next door. Should the top of my clerestory windows match the height of my door jamb, or can I go
High windows done in Bahamian shutter material or cedar. Design to have a pull lever at the top center attached to a pole so it can also be pushed shut.