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One Week Bath, Inc.
Relaxing Space Traditional Bathroom Remodel
I love the blinds! I have a large window in the bathroom in our new home and these would work perfectly in there. Can you please tell me where I can get them. Thanks!
questions about the rug. The client purchased it, and we don't have details. However, in looking through the responses of others to this question in our photo gallery for this bathroom, one person said they purchased something similar at JC Penney, another at Target and another pro Houzz user - Amara Rugs
questions about the rug. The client purchased it, and we don't have details. However, in looking through the responses of others to this question in our photo gallery for this bathroom, one person said they purchased something similar at JC Penney and another pro Houzz user - Amara Rugs - said they could make
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Amy Lau Design
Beach House Bridgehampton
Thanks, amararugs! Here's a link to the Rug Company rug featured in the photo: ...
weird, I was just on Amy Lau's website (...)this a.m. for another reason. Obviously, she is fearless when it comes to chartreuse. That rug is fab. This photo also reminds us that all shades of green look great with yellow.
Yellow seems to be the reason for the season (well, next spring season) and that's OK by me! Nothing says "spring" like yellow, whether in homes or in garments. I especially like mixing yellow with unexpected colors, like green, for the ultimate fresh look. Carolina Herrera showed a lovely and
Photo by Pixy
Living Room Library Book Shelf
Interior Design by Jos Ginsberg Photo by Pixy Liao
Photo by Pixy...Future home
water damage along the window sill? I have a large exterior window where I would like to add a shower feature to the bathtub in our remodel. Was this photo simply to display products or is this design actually functional?
Fortunately this image has been tagged, put your cursor on the photo and the answer will appear! ... and here's the Waterworks website where you can see all their washstands: ... :) Rhoda
like to bath tub slip in this photo and shower doors
J. Hirsch Interior Design, LLC
J. Hirsch Interior Design Portfolio
Hi, Can you share where you go the light over the dining area in the rear area of this photo? (color is great as well - blue is the new beige!)
I'm only interested in UK photos & suppliers
Hello Janie, do you have photos of the adjoining spaces, specifically the dining area, it appears as if a settee was used? This is such a serene and sophisticated yet comfortable
It was custom made for this home by Lamp Works.
Jen Going Interiors, Holiday House Hamptons 2014
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2014 Houzz
bedding by John Robshaw blend together seamlessly and create a cool atmosphere. Window sheers: John Robshaw; sheepskin: Going Home Auskin; closet: California ClosetsMore:See more photos from this year’s show houseBrowse more designer showcases
Master bedroomDesign team: Jen Going Interiors(this photo and previous)There isn’t much that makes designer Jen Going happier than being around her sisters. To celebrate the everyday blessings of family, Going created a beachy chic guest space for a sister who is well traveled and stops by for a weekend
Kingsley Belcher Knauss, ASID
On the image on the right you can catch a glimpse of the double oven, with refrigerator next to that( not in photo. I do not have a photo of that wall.
the main part of the kitchen seen in the photo is 13'-0" x 20'-6".
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz
hi i want to know that is this pic done with 3d max or its a real photo?
Its a real photo that I took of a living roon in Dallas, Texas. Thanks for your question.
of the world was depleted financially and emotionally. But spirits were high. Good seemed to have triumphed over evil, and the opportunity to pave a new way of life presented itself. The designs that came about were simple and therefore timeless. There was "also an emotional rebellion to the ornament
explain an obsession over midcentury modern and not, say, whatever was going on in the 1980s. Or why more people don't have Sphinxes in front of their homes. Peteran points out that both the Bauhaus and the midcentury modern movements came about after two major world wars. “No money, no materials, accelerated