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doors over the 3 20" doors. The reason for this is two fold - the handles line up nicer with 4 doors, where as three doors will mean one will appear off balance. The only way to get away from the off balance look is to place the handles horizontally on the top rail in the middle of the door. The case
3 and right set of 3 should be mirror images of each other - like in this image. I'd be inclined to keep them all on the horizontal. Center the handles on the door - don't favor a side (right or left). Hope that helps!
Wall built ins. Like the long cabinet handles
beanbag chairs that I could possibly handle
Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
Appliances, counters, and cabinets (handles) are so modern!
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Kitchen, Bath and Interior remodeling company featuring the latest bath and kitchen designs and the largest selection of flooring available in Northern Virginia. Showrooms in Sterling and Leesburg.
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
looking for a family room, craft area, bathroom and a space to transform into a “guest room” for the occasional visitor. They wanted a space that could handle a crowd of young children, provide lots of storage and was bright and colorful. The result is a beautiful space featuring custom cabinets, a kitchenette
Gabriele Pizzale Design Inc.
The table has an antique wash, which gives it a unique patina. The chairs can handle a red wine spill; their seats are upholstered in vinyl. Chair fabric: Kravet
Luxurious Living Studio Inc.
Lake front Basement Bar
The general contractor handled the concrete floor finishing.
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Check Your Crawl Space for Water Why: To avoid mold and water damage to the bones of your house. How: It’s as simple as grabbing a flashlight, crawling in there and taking a close, careful look. Pay attention to corners, edges and changes in color, and use your fingers to test
Check Your Crawl Space for WaterWhy: To avoid mold and water damage to the bones of your house.How: It’s as simple as grabbing a flashlight, crawling in there and taking a close, careful look. Pay attention to corners, edges and changes in color, and use your fingers to test for dampness if you aren’t