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Michelle Hinckley
Michelle's Master Bedroom.
local maps, a book or two, a holiday snack and other comfort amenities is a wonderful way to say "Welcome to my holiday home" after a guest's hectic trip.
“Night stand” — Traci Langdon_Miller
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
Kisulia arts
fantazy girls room
Love leaf. Need ikea trip!
“cakep” — Anak Untari
Seldin Design Studios
Interiors Modern Indian Master Bedroom: San Mateo, CA
Inspired by the colors in a blanket brought back from a ​trip to India, this Master Bedroom was redesigned with a contemporary take on classic Indian colors and textiles. The warm tones brighten, while the cool colors ground the overall design. Photos by: Rachel Seldin
“colors” — shellyevents
16 Reviews
Reclaimed Rustic Bathroom
due to code you will have to slope the bath from left to right or the slope requirements given a full bath shower pan be a trip getting into the room. This is more of a problem in an old house unless your going to replace the floor joist for this space with tapered ones.
“So cool!! Mirror arrow light warm rustic” — wulfstar
Nastasi Vail Design
Flanagan Farm Portland Maine
Yes, I know - I need to go back and fix the bedskirt - it is a good excuse for another trip to Maine - we didn't have any other photos. We need rugs too so I will get my chance. Thanks.
“Ideal” — 871147
Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Outdoor living
patio with upstairs porch, trip on the beams, contrast of wood ceiling with white columns and light brick. Also like the tile extending beyond covered porch. would like it better
“Backyard space” — groupwork
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
French-inspired: Here, the Madeline chairs, large glass bottles and other accessories hint at a trip to a French flea market.
“Black countertops white cabinets and black and gray glass subway tile backsplash” — vortizkyle
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
Stone Cottage
The exterior walls were originally supposed to be vertical. But on a bicycle trip through the Black Hills of South Dakota during construction, the couple passed the Peter Norbeck Visitor Center, an old Civilian Conservation Corps building from the 1930s, and were instantly smitten with the battered stone
“Upper bedroom windows” — mtbike2000
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