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Compass Design, llc
5 Reviews
Lower Level Luxury
Coach walls: material, stuffing, staple gun, buttons
Button wall
“Pared spa” — monicamonsalve
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Art Deco spectacular
brilliant coke button
Love the Cocal cola button
“booth seating with eat sign above” — juliafris
Jenifer St. Residence
you can buy these at FLOR they look like the modern mix button rug
“Colors” — mrsdilu
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
Best of Houzz Award Winner
Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen
5 Reviews
Basement With Bling
the Design style but I like the fact the banquette is a little tucked away and feels somewhat like its in its own space. Side note.....I do like the button tuft on the seating. Ideally I'd like the island to be placed perpendicular to the banquette so when people are sitting at the island there backs aren't
“Table benches” — tambiebel
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
Basement Bar and LEGO room
can be a hassle lowering a basement floor the way Pelletier did, he ended up with an extra floor of living space without having to expand the home’s shell.Shelves keep Pelletier’s Lego pieces neatly arranged. Kellen is only 1, so he hasn’t developed an interest in playing with the Legos yet — or removing
“organization” — rloeffen
Mosaik Design & Remodeling
9 Reviews
Industrial Chic Basement
shell chair
“artwork” — britt9913
Allen Interiors & Design Center Inc
9 Reviews
The stone is Canyon Stone, Natural Stone Ledge, Oyster Shell.
It is Canyon Stone Quartzite (natural stone), the color is Oyster Shell.
Canyon Stone, Natural Stone Ledge, Oyster Shell
Stunning. Canyon Stone, Natural, Color: Oyster Shell
Canyon Stone Quartzite (natural stone), the color is Oyster Shell.” “The stone is Canyon Stone, Natural Stone Ledge, Oyster Shell.”
“Canyon Stone, Natural Stone Ledge, Oyster Shell” — mamckane
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
socket. All you need to do is push the reset button. If it doesn’t reset, then there’s something wrong with the outlet. Keep in mind that many GFCIs can control multiple outlets. So if an outlet stops working, look for one with a GFCI nearby and hit the reset button. Who to call: If resetting doesn't bring
You see: A light or popped-out button on your socket, and an appliance has stopped working.Cause: Oftentimes this is due to a ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI), which helps prevent electric
“Outlets attic” — janeangel1
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