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Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
1 Review
Diana Bier Interiors, LLC
Ideabooks48,035
Questions49
floor by Waterworks, polished nickel fittings, recessed panel woodworking, leaded glass window, white subway tile with glass mosaic accent, full glass shower
or where might I find some similar (for bathroom vanity lighting) Thank you!
specialty window shop, Excalibur Designs, in Valley Stream, New York, make the leaded glass window to my specifications. It has 3 different types of obscure
of the shade which still allows light to come through but you can also get them with a blackout liner that keeps light from coming through.
Thank you Combscrew! All the grout on the floor is a light gray, and white on the backsplash. Funny how we obsess over grout color
sconces are not Alexa Hampton, they are from Visual Comfort, Studio Single-Light Classic Wall Sconces, number SL2813 in polished nickel.
“color and backsplash; also appearance of the cabinets/drawers” — mfrayser
LMK Interiors
15 Reviews
Alamo Farmhouse Remodel
Ideabooks34,037
Questions37
beautiful space! what kind of doors were used that lead out to yard?
Source for retractable shade or screen that will filter light but still be see through
This is the Vertigo Suspension from Corbett Lighting, available in 5 sizes and 2 finishes. You can visit the product page on
The layout of the two rooms and all the light coming into the room.
for the dining room light fixture?
“Nice feel; nice coffee table. Comfy but elegant.” — bitvoy
DSDG, Inc. Architects
8 Reviews
The Picture Frame House
Ideabooks314
Questions0
the views with glass railings and free spanned structure. The bow of the balcony juts out like a ship breaking free from the rear frame to become the second
private day and night-time oasis with fire, water and cantilevered stair case leading to the front door which seconds as bleacher style seating for watching swimmers
LOVE WATER VIEW W/DFFRNT FURN NEEDS MOOD LIGHTS
“wicker chairs are looking very nice.” — Lucy Rodriguez-Lerma
Avalon Enterprises Inc
4 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Remodel
Ideabooks462
Questions1
Heavy plaster and two-tone faux finish creates an old world feel. LED lighting inside the wine cellar makes it easy to find what you want.
which also ship free. You can find those here on our website: ... If you don't find anything that you like there then we do also offer free custom design
Hidden stairwell from second floor leading to cellar on first floor
“Doors” — stevefarnham
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks3,731
Questions1
Steps leading to Stockbridge side deck with low maintenance grasses or heather
Lavender w light green...free standing fireplace...Free standing fireplace.
“Our project is missing a "wow factor" - maybe a fireplace like this one closer to the house where th” — Hilary Beck
Harrison's Landscaping
7 Reviews
Mosman
Ideabooks884
Questions1
need to bring the wall back to life. Just ensure the surface is dry and dust-free before applying the finish.
Love the angle of the timber on the right and the contrast between light and dark and greenery with the concrete stairs. Excellent.
need to bring the wall back to life. Just ensure the surface is dry and dust-free before applying the finish.
The side stairs leads to first level
“wood wall, cement pavers” — trishkubicki
Dayna Katlin Interiors
2 Reviews
Kitchen detail of custom mosaic tile
Ideabooks9,224
Questions14
do custom designs as well, if you have your own designs just send us for free estimate. We also have other brilliant ideas which we can share with you
do custom designs as well, if you have your own designs just send us for free estimate. We also have other brilliant ideas which we can share with you
a place to add leaded stained glass
“Backslpas” — awolfe81
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milileu Design
Ideabooks13,573
Questions9
I like how the pathways lead from the driveway and the front yard and stops at the porch.
Free form plantings and ground cover without using mulch
house softens the formal lines of a traditional landscape. Because the more free-form plantings are confined to a smaller area, they don't overwhelm the rest
“front of house” — Julie Coleman
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