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greige/Fluegge Interior Design, Inc.
1 Review
Burlap pillows
Ideabooks5,456
Questions2
you know how easy this is to make? Stamp your initial or the like with nonwashable fabric ink. Sew two linen burlap squares together (with an invisible zipper), insert a down pillow. Voila. Some consignment stores and flea markets will even have old flour sacks that offer an immediate print and interest
“pillow” — anju_vora
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Winslow
Ideabooks4,055
Questions6
I love the wall panels and invisible doors. Would you happen to know the supplier for the door hinge hardware? Mark.
invisible door...Invisible cupboards...Invisible Doors
“panel style” — buckirwin
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
Gentleman's Pub
Ideabooks15,741
Questions17
one of the panels opens? The hardware you choose needs to be completely invisible. For this type of door take a look at this invisible hinge from Soss.
Hidden door and invisible hinge from Soss
Who would even guess one of the panels opens? The hardware you choose needs to be completely invisible. For this type of door take a look at this invisible hinge from Soss.
“Colors and fireplace” — mhowells2003
Virginia's Premier Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Prideaux Design
8 Reviews
Prideaux Design
Ideabooks817
Questions2
invisible outdoor furniture
almost invisible outdoor furniture
"invisible" chairs..."Invisible" chairs...invisible chairs
“Landscape” — knitgirl00
DuChateau Floors
2 Reviews
DuChateau Floors - Terra Collection in Zimbabwe / Horwitz Residence by Minarc
Ideabooks1,708
Questions2
stairs are invisible, but only from the side, I think . . .
wow-stairs are practically invisible. Also like big sliding doors. Maybe they slide open to a railing for now and then to deck later...
Invisible stairs
“Sliding glass wall” — nikkisoo
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks3,802
Questions2
may be a good solution. Leaving only the track at the head and sill as a reminder that this is actually an exterior wall, the pocket system is as invisible as they come. Depending on the width of the opening and the number of door panels, these pockets can be quite thick (1 foot and up).
may be a good solution. Leaving only the track at the head and sill as a reminder that this is actually an exterior wall, the pocket system is as invisible as they come. Depending on the width of the opening and the number of door panels, these pockets can be quite thick (1 foot and up).
“Fleet wood sliding doors upstairs” — twlyons1209
Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Lucerne
Ideabooks814
Questions2
I really like this concept of the invisible garage door and the lighting around the awnings is great
Invisible garage doors
invisible garage doors!
Invisible garage doors
“hidden garage doors with vertical wood” — sarajasper
Ignacio Salas-Humara Architect LLC
1 Review
Pivot Pad, Ignacio Salas-Humara Architect
Ideabooks5,787
Questions6
deck railing invisible
invisible deck railing
invisible guardrail...Invisible rial
“Deck for our forever home” — lmnorberg
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