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Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Encinitas remodel
Ideabooks5,289
Questions8
I'm sorry, I don't have specific information on the floor tile. My clients purchased it themselves. ( I know that it's a porcelain tile, in a Lyons pattern; we liked it because it was non-directional and looked like travertine without the hassle.)
in a Lyons pattern; we liked it because it was non-directional and looked like travertine without the hassle>"
I like the porcelain tile in a lyon style pattern.
looks like travertine but is porcelain tile Lyons pattern
“Ceiling” — anjoday
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Jennifer and Chris
Ideabooks1,684
Questions3
Photo: Whitney Lyons © 2013 Houzz
BEFORE: The once-weather-beaten back porch. craftsman dining room by Whitney Lyons Whitney LyonsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo AFTER: It's now a favorite spot in the home. Jennifer found the driftwood centerpiece on the Salmon River while on
Whitney Lyons
“Lights” — mom2bassets
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks13,883
Questions14
nominal thickness montana ledge stone. it is not cultured. I believe we procured it through Gallegos in Rifle Colorado. The caps are sandstone from the Lyons quarry.
the mantle is 8" thick colorado Buff Sanstone from Lyons with a snapped edge, supported by 1/2" plate steel components. the above and below pieces are 4" thick.
nominal thickness montana ledge stone. it is not cultured. I believe we procured it through Gallegos in Rifle Colorado. The caps are sandstone from the Lyons quarry.
Lyons sandstone procured through Gallegos in rifle
“antiques” — woodward1234
Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
Residential Projects
Ideabooks1,995
Questions5
The stair runner is Lyon Blue by Roger Oates Design, but I guess you will have to contact the architects if you want to know who fabricated the actual staircase if they replaced
roger oates design lyon blue stair runner
Lyon Blue
“Love carpet” — astonpriest
Caden Design Group
1 Review
Pristine Eat-in
Ideabooks15,038
Questions23
can reinforce a feeling of a formal dining area,” says Ownby. “Use candles, florals or decor on your island that you would typically use on a table.” Lyon also suggests using any glass cabinetry you have to show off beautiful dishes or collections.
“Window” — zjzj
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks9,488
Questions10
unique, beautiful and innovative. This includes collections from Hickory Chair, Oly, and Lee; hand-blown pieces from Atlanta glass artist Elizabeth Lyons, beautiful silk rugs from Tamarian, unique lighting from Marjorie Skourkas and a new company she loves called Bourgeoisie 3D. You can also check out
“wood/tile on walls” — drtlwall
Palm Design Group
1 Review
Main Kitchen
Ideabooks3,034
Questions8
with a sturdy surface. Since your kitchen island doubles as a prep station, go for a durable surface. In this kitchen, designed by Palm Design Group, Lyon used resilient Caesarstone to top the island. “It has a more traditional edge in order to mimic the look of limestone,” she says.Learn more about engineered
“two tone counter top” — 123myrenos
Antique Building Materials, Inc.
14 Reviews
Fletcher Horn @ ABMWOOD.COM ... Antique Materials
Ideabooks20,697
Questions31
versions of functional pieces. If you want your kitchen to transition into a formal space, pay attention to the appearance of your kitchen necessities. Lyon suggests repurposing a fireplace mantel to create a decorative hood. “We’ve used an 18th-century fireplace mantel for hoods, which were generally used
“..” — angelaalhome
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