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Clawson Architects, LLC
31 Reviews
Living Room with Stone Fire Place. Maplewood, NJ
Living Room with Stone Fire Place. Maplewood, NJ
A welcoming Living Room with stone fire place.
I like the fire place a lot. It goes very well a long with the home. I would love to have a gas fire place in the new home I am building. ...
that you get samples and not rely on a photograph....read this blog to learn why... “What color? --has to be the most asked question I get on Houzz. I hesitate
picture as well as anything else you see in pictures on line. I have explained why in this blog I wrote ... You really should get samples and look at them in
I love this room ! Cozy and comfy! Love the tile and wood floors and the fire place is beautiful
beautiful! Look there is an "R" on the fire place ... it was obviously meant for me to live there :-)
“floor” — isprinkel
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
at Twin Fires Barn in MA- I'm not sure what species it is- cherry? pine stained dark?
If you are building a custom table, I don't see why you couldn't
Table: Antique, Twin Fires Barn Chairs: Antique, found at Harwinton Antiques Fair
Hi- The clients found these items. Table: Antique, Twin Fires Barn (I believe in Sheffield, Mass) Chairs: Antique, found at Harwinton Antiques
“like cabinets” — kittykeeper
Studio 212 Interiors
16 Reviews
Woodinville Retreat
Fire the dry wall finishing company. I can clearly see the tape lines!
Great looking kitchen, why are you wanting to distress the floor?
and unattractive But this Wall to wall cupboards is gorgeous! I'm not sure why it works so well here but I love it
“Love the layout of this kitchen” — ajfss
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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DSDG, Inc. Architects
6 Reviews
The Picture Frame House
the garage and guest house in the front, to the main house in the rear via fire bowl and lap pool lined walkway on the first level and bridge on the second
architecture. The courtyard becomes a private day and night-time oasis with fire, water and cantilevered stair case leading to the front door which seconds
“wicker chairs are looking very nice.” — Lucy Rodriguez-Lerma
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Why stop at one kind of stool in your room? A Chinese blue-and-white ceramic stool
Fire place
“more room with no hearth” — littonlane
chadbourne + doss architects
5 Reviews
wood block residence
ha! fire place, big screen....dream
not to take it personally. If possible, solicit the client’s feedback on why she made the decision she made. The worst she can do is not answer; the best
Check the cinema and fire out
“Nacds” — apereztenessa
Architect Your Home - Interior Your Home
3 Reviews
Interior design
awesome! red ceiling to match the bath, the lamp shade is the bomb! the open fire place is cool. even the cobbled floor adds to the eclectic mix...but is there
attention-seeking colour. While we love loud, energetic hues – such as the fire-engine red ceiling in this modern bathroom – dark, moody tones, including
pristine cornicing. A matching roll-top bath invites more leisurely reflection.Why white isn’t always right for your ceiling
“Red” — natalya68
Design Directives, LLC
3 Reviews
Southwest Contemporary
not sure why but I like it...Fire place
“wall colors and floor is integrated real well” — annpjones
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