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Laurel Feldman Interiors, IIDA
9 Reviews
Vermont Timber Frame Residence
Ideabooks2,682
Questions2
Guest Suite Jeff Ellis Photography
“The bed is so cool!!” — paige_little
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Adrienne DeRosa
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Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
Ideabooks2,871
Questions2
While the original plans for their home called for a row of smaller windows placed high along the walls of the master bedroom, the Schneiders wished to be more connected to the outdoors. "We extended the master bedroom at the back of the house with bay windows, and included a fireplace", says Gayle. What resulted is a sort of private retreat that the couple describes as "rest...More
“Windows” — tiffrisner
Historical Concepts
5 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks906
Questions4
Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)
“I like the way the books are packed in to maximum.” — jenniferruth
Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks9,995
Questions9
“Guest room White wash floors” — karakane
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Bedrooms
Ideabooks5,069
Questions10
Quiet bedrooms with reclaimed pine floors and ceiling. Landscape paintings by Milbie Benge.
“wall layout” — pittsville
Heather ODonovan Interior Design
5 Reviews
Redfern Residence
Ideabooks16,057
Questions10
“Everything” — antwonette88
Our Town Plans
1 Review
229 Greer Road
Ideabooks1,008
Questions0
Richard Leo Johnson
“Sink” — Paula Stone Interiors
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FORMA Design
21 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks11,087
Questions4
The master bedroom suite on the upper level was opened up to a large sleeping area and a study area beyond, both opening onto the atrium that floods the area with light. Daytime and night-time blackout shades are electronically operated to turn the whole area dark for sleeping. Featured in Houzz Idea Book: http://tinyurl.com/cd9pkrd
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