Grainda Builders, Inc.
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Ideabooks612
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“Love the arches. Not the roof” — joshfox05
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
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Pedersen Associates
4 Reviews
Sausalito Residence
Ideabooks1,034
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Front yard renovation with bamboo fencing, bluestone paving, and asian themed plantings. Barbara Reis Photography
“Pebble next to walkway” — russinpng
Great Northwest Door Company
3 Reviews
Beaver Lake Residence
Ideabooks400
Questions0
Another incredible home built by MacPherson Design and Construction.
“Alternative option for garage door location” — joshfox05
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Japanese Journey
Ideabooks408
Questions1
A former raised ranch turned glassy, open structure with views from front to back looks out onto a geometric Japanese garden. JMMDS designed a landscape journey that encircles the house made of a simple palette of bluestone squares and oblongs that travel over gravel, grass, and plantings to end up at a little teahouse on a hill. While Japanese in spirit, the garden is designed...More
“Explore a philosophy. If you subscribe to the idea, as I do, that a garden should be an extension of” — ako16
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
“Wood for some cupboards” — janinefay
nOtch lifestyle + design pte ltd (singapore)
Singapore - Modern Zen & Geomancy (HDB Exec Maisonette)
Ideabooks24
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Zen’s minimalism is often misconstrued in Singapore as “lesser works involved”. In fact, the key to Zen is to ensure sufficient and strategically placed storage space for owners, while maximising the feel of spaciousness. This ensures that the entire space will not be clouded by clutter. For this project, nOtch kept the key Zen elements of balance, harmony and relaxation, while...More
“false ceiling 1” — Santosh Kumar
Terrance Mason Interiors
1 Review
Portland Condo
Ideabooks554
Questions1
Contemporary Asian master bedroom featuring 200 years old Fu Dogs alongside new glass art. Notice how the room changes with different bedding.
“decorations are nice and colorful” — mchongtoua
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Wood Staircase
Ideabooks969
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Photography: Eric Staudenmaier
“steps” — Ba Design Group
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