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John Kraemer & Sons
Hollywood Chic Living Room
sloppy. Do you know if I can add mortar or if there is a substance I can apply to the brick before I paint to get more of a sloppy mortar look. I'm an artist so I'm looking to mimic this look. Is there any way to get in touch with the painter who was hired. I'd love to pick their brain and get some pointers
It's a TV screen, and I'm not sure who that is. Have a great day!
Hi - love your work! I'm officially a homeowner and would love to do this to my new home! Could you please tell me if you used Benjamin Moore - White Dove for the trim and ceiling
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Step into a Ferguson Showroom and you'll be surrounded by the latest styles in kitchen, bath and lighting design from the industry's leading manufacturers.
Sage Design Studios, Inc.
3m colorquartz. I believe it was 8:2:1 white blue black
3m color quartz 8:2:1, white blue black
leuders + scored, acid etched concrete 3M colorquartz blend: blue8: blue2: black1
REALLY DON'T LIKE CONCRETE BUT I THINK IT IS THE ONLY ECONOMIC WAY TO ACHIEVE THE LOOK WE WANT WITH THICK COPING. TRAVERTINE THIS THICK IS EXPENSIVE I'M SURE
1512 Dolphin Terrace
with this same look of white marble and cabinets. I'm struggling with choosing a floor from Stonepeak called White Colonial which is 8 x 24 whitewashed wood look that is tile over the dark that is shown so much with the white marble and white cabinets. I'm being advised to choose the dark for resale purposes
strong for quite some time. For people who worry about them being "trendy"... I can say we've been producing them (off & on) for 30+ years. Personally, I'm happy to see white oak on the comeback... for a few years there, we couldn't GIVE away an oak floor! Like everything else in interior design... the GOOD
These are from Curry & Co, I'm not exactly sure the model name. This project is now almost 2 years old and I do not have the file handy. I also did not find it on their inventory online
were custom made for this project Catherine m knight, AIA
sorry I do not have a record of this selection. Catherine M Knight, AIA
Elmira is correct. Catherine M Knight, AIA
I would go to the Elmira website and find the dealer local to your area- good luck Catherine M Knight, AIA
John Kraemer & Sons
Hall & Sitting Area
idea - is it dark walnut, with Jacobean from Minwax.....we are building a year round house near the beachwith an open floor plan and this is the color I'm trying to find in an oil stain (we are using white oak).
Love this!! Did you use flat or eggshell for the walls? I'm assuming semi-gloss for the trim? I also LOVE the flooring and want to duplicate it for refinishing our white oak floors. However, we have red oak railings
dark walnut and special walnut in different percentages, but I can't get the orange/reddish tint out. I like this rich brown shade you've achieved. I'm desperate to not only find someone that can do the right job the first time, but find a custom blend that works with both types of our wood and is close
Venegas and Company
Stanford in Pewter
I'm hoping to have my kitchen cabinet guy create a similar work space for a craft area. I love the legs on the island (shape and metal accents), but he and
I have this tile on my fireplace face. Mine is through Dal Tile: Basketweave Honed Contempo White M313. http://daltile.com/series.cfm?series=316
John Kraemer & Sons
Lower Level Family Room
I am taking an interior design course and I'm using your designs as part of my assignments. Your style is so warm, romantic and inviting that it makes it very easy for me to find the words to describe the pictures. I hope I'm doing them justice. You inspire me!!
I'm not sure, but it was purchased through the client's interior designer Tom Rauscher. He would be able to help. Thanks, and good luck!
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
Great Neighborhood Homes - Spring Parade of Homes #307 - Edina, MN
Mom, It's only a block away. Thanks Forresta! Hope all is well in Tahlequah. I'm sure I'll run into you at Markoma when I'm back in Oklahoma!
photographers at Spacecrafting and we took the photos of this beautiful home. This is :Great Neighborhood Homes - Spring Parade of Homes #307 - Edina, MN. I'm not sure if they are on houzz or not, but they do have a website:http://greatneighborhoodhomes.com/ Hope this helps