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Crown Point Cabinetry
1 Review
Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut
Ideabooks6,081
Questions5
love the brick oven wall and the picture/quote
Love black and white brick
Black Herringbone Fireplace Bricks
look for old housr...brick oven featured
“Subway tile with blackboard wall” — mellerobertsinteriors
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Crosby Residence
Ideabooks6,872
Questions3
planning on ripping out the existing ceilings to expose the rafters. What are the non-negotiables for exposing rafters. This house is over 30 years old.
brick fireplace...brick wall...Brick and rafters?...brick work
“Love the screened in porch look and the grill /counter set up” — kdumont4
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - French Formal Estate
Ideabooks2,331
Questions4
This reminds me of old England, I am waiting for the carol singers. A beautiful winter scene.
Brick/stone - material
I like the stone-brick
Beautiful bricks
“French” — bdw317
Melander Architects, Inc.
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Ideabooks1,979
Questions1
feel for what a tall brick wall would be like in a narow space
White textured brick
old + new...Painted Brick...brick siding
“Furniture” — vancouverpenny
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
Ideabooks7,164
Questions3
crushed rock, compacted shale and decomposed granite can be an inexpensive yet elegant choice, especially when edged by a richer material, like stone or brick. Advantages include permeability, low cost and ease of installation. However, these materials are more likely to be displaced, especially if water
check out brick/stone path in both photos
crushed rock, compacted shale and decomposed granite can be an inexpensive yet elegant choice, especially when edged by a richer material, like stone or brick. Advantages include permeability, low cost and ease of installation.However, these materials are more likely to be displaced, especially if water passes
“Path from pergola” — wateaboutique
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Multiple Family Suites
Ideabooks4,394
Questions5
otherwise. I choose to do it reluctantly and yes now my house has been compromised. Contractors out here deal with stucco they don't know much about brick ... at least I have not found the needle in the haystack. So, if you have any suggestions I would happily welcome them. Thank you for your reply
Simple. I like. But with brick instead of stucco
“Stucco stone” — arthalpern
Artistic Renovations of Ohio LLC
11 Reviews
Historical Cleveland Heights bathroom
Ideabooks3,078
Questions8
another use of an old tub
Boys floor, looks like bricks
Brick floors
“Flooring” — Debbie White
Trey Cole Design & Construction
2 Reviews
Bryant Residence 2007
Ideabooks1,104
Questions1
theory, but it's a bit too much like the old house- V
hmmmm. greeen - different but would transition nicely. fireplace looks fake but I like the inside brick
in one picture so many things I do NOT like.... Lol. I think I painted over that brick at oak hill And why the heck add it if you don't like it
Greg likes room except for paint color and bricks
“large oak trim” — trainerht686
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