388 pollutant removal Beach Style Home Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks1,062
Questions1
Garden idea after the yews are removed
“Rocks for edging” — kewb
Falls Church KOHLER Registered Showroom
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DesignSense Interiors
Colliers Cottage Staging
Ideabooks400
Questions2
home owner. They purchased them many years before the redesign. We just removed the covers that the owners had on the futons. They are queen size.
“Those are some lovely futons. It might be a good idea to get one for the guest room. It would save s” — janefairfax
Liquidscapes
19 Reviews
Vanishing Edge
Ideabooks186
Questions0
sitting area removed from house
“exterior” — tateman2
Cara McBroom, Licensed Interior Designer
Signature Beach Condo I
Ideabooks379
Questions0
The upper cabinets above the wet bar were removed and replaced with these contemporary stainless steel-framed cabinets and shelves. The l.e.d. lighting
“Bar” — ekimura
Maria Killam
23 Reviews
Summer House in the Fraser Valley
Ideabooks204
Questions0
Looks like ours with the window removed and the range moved over next to the fridge.
“Practical layout.” — Ali Fairbairn
Robert Young Architects
Entry
Ideabooks3,605
Questions6
a few simple ideas: remove everything from the small porch, especially the hose. Make the door central
“kitchen door/screen” — kmfoellmer
Asher Associates Architects
5 Reviews
Residence, Ocean City, NJ
Ideabooks960
Questions2
Look at bump out. Like ours. Think about vinyl removal on interior porch "woodwork"
“blue strips with plain cushions on white wicker--pleasant feel” — Cal
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Hills Beach Cottage
Ideabooks5,625
Questions10
remove cupboards
“Floor plan and table” — babycaspian
Glass front kitchen cabinets?
Do you have glass front cabinets in your kitchen? What do you think are the pros and cons of them? I love the look, but I imagine I have to be a bit...
Home Air Quality and You
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), most people spend upwards of 90% of their time indoors. And the air indoors can be up to 70% more...
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