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My Houzz: Laurie Rabe
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Like how items in hutch displayed.
“Possibility of putting something like this cabinet on the garage wall.” — annjcannon
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Linda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design
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Denver Manor Home
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hardware for door? where can I find items like this. I love the knob in the middle but would like to find one 3 to 4 x's larger
“Front door” — jefflasota
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The Nantucket Show Home
Ideabooks1,163
Questions3
natural elements, items on shelves
“Wall color” — miamiski
Genevieve Hurley Interiors Ltd
3 Reviews
London New Build
Ideabooks81
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l versions, but the right lighting is key. Get rid of all but essential items from this area, and free up the space around the table if you can to give
“Would love this attached to the island in my kitchen” — Mandy Ramsay
Powers Design & Build, LLC
20 Reviews
Dallas Extreme!
Ideabooks3,994
Questions1
idea of a sealed closet with glass doors for storing suits and other wool items.
“I like the idea of a sealed closet with glass doors for storing suits and other wool items.” — jpkirkley
LKID
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Yellowstone Club II
Ideabooks2,176
Questions1
locker doors? Lets wet things dry, prevents too much privacy of stowed items.
“Great locker room concept.” — rlviv
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Island
Ideabooks6,775
Questions6
amount of space this one act alone will clear up," Klimala says.5. Remove items you use less than twice a year and store them in another area. This includes
“Love the book ends!!” — Sandy Foster
Tara Seawright
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Questions12
sophistication. For this beach house design, Tara Seawright wanted to bring in items the client's two small children could relate to. "It started with a fabric
“Daybed as sofa” — rlbyrdiewarren
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