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Complete Home Remodel in Palo Alto, CA
metal tubes, which resemble the end of a bamboo reed. Here's the link to the story: http://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/show_story.php?id=17595 :) Rhoda
Hi, So sorry, but I new got your message. Just saw your post today. The tub is stainless steel and is from www.diamondspas.com
vanity for new guest bath
its very...new yorkish
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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View of the new family room and kitchen from the garden. A series of new sliding glass doors open the rooms up to the garden, and help to blur the boundaries between the two. Design Team: Tracy Stone, Donatella Cusma', Sherry Cefali Engineer: Dave Cefali Photo: Lawrence Anderson
that they were Fleetwood doors. If not, Fleetwood makes a similar door. http://www.fleetwoodusa.com/PRODUCTS/sliding-door-exterior-norwood-3070EX.php Tracy
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
Minnesota Private Residence
Need help with a tiny new powder room, please.
project. Some of the fixtures were salvaged and refinished from the existing house. Our records do not indicate if this was reused or new. However if it was purchased new the interior designer RLH Studios located in Minneapolis would have selected them. They might be able to answer your question. Sorry
I found something similar at the Clarke and Clarke website. I love the paper in this bathroom, too. http://www.clarke-clarke.com/design.php?hdnCollectionID=0&hdnDesignID=414&hdnColourID=3288
Princeton Design Collaborative
Lower Level Living
Those appear to be VintageView wine racks. We have those at WineRacks.com with free shipping: https://www.wineracks.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=34_58
The designer of this New Jersey basement bar maximized a tight space, making room for essentials like a sink, a refrigerator and plenty of bottle storage. The ceiling is actually
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to the new living area, and to introduce the client to the benefits of creative landscape lighting. A challenge on this property, as on most projects, was to manage the additional stormwater resulting from the impervious paved areas as well as an addition to the home. Wherever possible, the new paving
hardscaping crews, using colored mortar. Challenging curves and corners called for precise cuts in the coping and in the paving. A special feature of the new entrance is the gate, which we designed from stock components and had built at a local shop. Dogwood castings and a plasma-cut steel wildlife scene
description. Their website is http://www.hivelylandscapes.com/. You can contact them through this "contact us" link http://www.hivelylandscapes.com/contact.php or you could call them at 800.292.5696. Be sure to reference the project information below and mention that you saw it on Houzz.com/Pennsylvania Landscape
That pattern is hard to find. Please tell me what to call it so I can source some for my new kitchen. Thanks so much!
Geneva, this is Waveline by IslandStone - aren't they gorgeous!? Here's a link: http://www.islandstone.com/product-detail.php?id=13&keywords=Waveline
How would it look if we put a glass cabinet like this with our existing white cabinets to tie in new cabinets?
Horizontal grain cabs. Reface base cabs - painted; new uppers in horiz - bamboo or vert grain fir
Susan Cohan, APLD
experience with a new awning fabric. What I thought was tan, beige and brown (and is actually named tan & brown) turned out to be the color of a schoolbus on the underside! Hardly a relaxing color on my home! It turned into neon yellow, gold and orange. For anyone about to get a new awning, make sure
available anymore and its color has aged and weathered. Robinson Brick has a really good selection of historical brick http://www.generalshale.com/products.php?type=Brick
Home and Design did a small story on it in December (you can download a scan of the article on our website: http://www.knightarchitect.com/publications.php).
existing structure at a minimum.This new house replaced an earlier structure that was very close to the water and allowed year-round use. Regulations limited expansion to no more than 30 percent over the existing footprint, while without an existing house, a new home would not be allowed to be built