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And is the space it is in square or rectangular please? If you could provide the dimensions of that breakfast space too please. We have a similar room (and think we have the same lighting fixture!!) and am looking to buy a table and chairs. Thank you very much.
the length of the end of the island we are not sure where to postion the light for the table. We have garden doors opening out instead of a window. Room is 14'2" wide and 12'6" from doors to end of island. But only 10' 5"from doors to side of the fridge.Thanks for the help.
What a lovely room! That plant is huge! :) Really brings a pop of color. Those pendants remind me of our Tulip pendants, custom-made and made from fused glass.
Do you like the 2 tone crown molding on top of the cabinets?
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like the idea of an accent wall
little kitchenette and open room with high ceilings
Bar and ceilings for bonus room
Morgante Wilson Architects
Traditional New Construction
I would love this for my dinning for my dinning room walls as well. If its paper where was it purchased? If paint what is the angle used? Thanks
Love the framed print in this beautiful dining room.
The pop of color complements the room well.
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live the pedestal leg, prefer a heftier top
Transitional wall paper for dining room
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
2011 HHL Living Room
There is something drawing me to this room but I do not know what
fireplace colors Atmosphere Interior Design Inc. 2011 HHL Living Room 5921 ideabk
EW: This room looks effortlessly chic. By all means, tell me how we can copy the look? CE: Ironically, attention to detail creates an effortless look. For example, upholstering the back of the club chairs in this toile fabric highlights the shape of the chair and accents its curves. Keeping accessories
accessories simple and clean maintains the freshness of the space. Last, choose artwork that coordinates with the room's decor. This pieces was commission by Penny Leach who gathered inspiration from the home's storyboard.
Adeeni Design Group
Floor to Ceiling Tile - great idea
Idea for office bathroom
moulding around windows
Powder room...window molding...this idea...powder room idea...Cloak room...This is an idea
Inviting room. Can you tell me the source for the coffee table and the tray on the ottomen, please?
I like the width of the baseboard molding.
stairs tucked to side of living
Love the feel of this room
Living room & Stair Location in Living room
location in living room
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little areas, such as the space around a window, remain. Heat transfers through these pockets of cold space, which means you lose energy and often get mold growing, too.” A Passivhaus design avoids these cold bridges and small gaps in insulation. “It’s about nibbling away at all those parts of a home that
Wall shelving nicely done. How about opposite the Master door in the Family room?
(and the stripes). Could this work on the rear wall of the sitting room (wall-hung bookcase above the radiator)?
means you lose energy and often get mold growing, too.” A Passivhaus design avoids these cold bridges and small gaps in insulation. “It’s about nibbling away at all those parts of a home that lose energy,” he explains.