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Chloe Warner
1 Review
Master bedroom
Ideabooks15,925
Questions22
3-inch bottom hem tends to be the standard. Anything larger has a more luxurious look.
The apartment is perched perfectly on one of the sloping hills in the Russian Hill neighborhood. Its prime location has an incredible view of the San Francisco
“Cortina” — canduxa
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Kelly Scanlon Interior Design
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Kelly Scanlon Interior Design
Ideabooks20,404
Questions19
Would you put this in a NYC apartment?
I would to brighten up the space and your home feel luxurious!
“Flooring” — davidhm1
Nifelle Design - Fine Interiors
18 Reviews
SW Hills
Ideabooks32,557
Questions11
Am working on apartment bedroom with very little space for end tables ..bed must be on diagonal
we did not specify, the top of bed product is both custom and part of the luxury bedding line we carry.
“bedroom” — Christy Lambert
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
7 Reviews
casual luxury
Ideabooks220K
Questions88
casual luxury...Small New York City apartments
“Tile” — rzrbck83
DesignBlue, Inc.
Bathroom
Ideabooks12,129
Questions11
is now Zen Bathworks, you can find us at zenbathworks.com. Craftsmen of luxury ofuros. Rare sale going on right now!
Sanitario aparte
“Sink relationship to toilet room” — ardenchan
Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
lighting
Ideabooks22,161
Questions15
is needed for my shade structure, very similar to the one shown? How far apart are the scallops and how much slack is needed? I'm not great at guessing/
luxury patio
“lighting, seating area, fabric” — lucia1016
TG-Studio
Luxury Apartment in Queen's Gate
Ideabooks861
Questions1
Luxury Apartment in Queen's Gate
“Like the large tiles and the layout. Simple. Sink. Toilet. Shower Stall. Not fussy” — Tory Lindgren
Gables
Ideabooks140
Questions0
Tokyo Apartment by Sou Fujimoto Photo by Flickr user Naoya Fujii, used under Creative Commons license
most playful houses — period — is Sou Fujimoto's design for four apartments on one Tokyo block. The design seems to be a play on the childlike form of the
exposed columns between volumes and even external stairs connecting some apartments to the street.
most playful houses — period — is Sou Fujimoto's design for four apartments on one Tokyo block. The design seems to be a play on the childlike form of the
exposed columns between volumes and even external stairs connecting some apartments to the street.
“just for fun!” — Alexandra Parsons
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