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Karen Houghton Interiors
3 Reviews
Pelham Renovation
Ideabooks4,827
Questions11
Sterling is a blue-gray. The key is how it looks in the room. Always put up a sample on the wall to really judge how it will interact with the light in your room. Make sure to use two coats, fully dried. As for the ceiling, it's likely the wall color cut with white. That's a great way to lighten
should get - definitely sild, but blue (dark or light?), grey, bluish grey?. Love your choice here - two tones. What kind of effect does two-tone have? How did you decide to go with two-tone drapery vs. solid? Would love to hear your opinion?
“drum pendant light” — rchopra1977
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
back patio
Ideabooks4,785
Questions7
This is so beautiful! How high is the seating wall and did you lay concrete block first and then tie the stone in? Or is the wall all stone?
Do you have lighting fixtures up in the pergola? I'd love to see how it looks at night - great lines!
how i want the curve to be.
saw cut concrete
“Stamped concrete” — hwarehime
David Howell Design
1 Review
West Village Townhouse
Ideabooks8,722
Questions7
How to mount guitars on the wall
Love this vanity. The proportions are nice. Can you tell me how much distance there is from the floor to the bottom of the bottom drawer?
I like the look of the faucets and the tile floors and how they go great with the cabinet
crown cut vertical
“Clean simple lines” — lmorta
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Summer Home
Ideabooks1,087
Questions2
How do you change directions with wood flooring in an L-shaped hallway?
how to you connect the wood pieces on the wall - caulk?
how to make the turn on stairs with rails and banister
Nice cut string staircase
“lighting” — douglasmeyer
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,165
Questions1
I'm writing a book and a would like to copy if possible one of your pictures. My book deals with foster children and how they thrive by hold on there leaf on the tree. There is many foster children that give up they tend to be flowing towards the ground. I hope that you
places tailor made for independent thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me? See how to design a garden that flows and intrigues
aspen or willow. They do not have as grand of a presence as oaks, walnut or hemlock, but they give the same feel of a towering allée. Make sure to cut off any side branches under 10-12 feet for a high canopy. If you leave all of the branches to grow, the path will seem like a forest as opposed to an
“Birch trees” — efor1078
Institute of Classical Architecture & Art - Texas
Larry E. Boerder Architects - Holloway
Ideabooks4,851
Questions9
Who manufactures these window coverings and how can I get a catalog?
How did you detail the window sheet rock?
Love how this is set up with the low tub and big window
cut out shelf
“Love how this is set up with the low tub and big window” — mmagee9122
The Twelve Oaks Group
The Twelve Oaks Group
Ideabooks1,944
Questions4
What palm trees are these? How tall do they get and are they fast growers?
What type of palm tree is this? How tall does it get and is it a fast grower?
Its a powder coated steel 2 inch OD rod that we cut and hung custom
how pattern look folded up
“terasiniai langai” — marija_o
Jan Niels
Austin Pemperton Heights
Ideabooks4,748
Questions5
like the steps and how it's kept low
How upper level connects to pool
I like how dark the pool is - it fits into landscape more naturally. However, I would be concerned about young kids around this pool
Grass cut out
“Pool” — kkflemin
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