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Leslie Banker
West Village Studio
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a file system in my office so something like this might work.
Cool cabinet office
“Printer location” — camillabrooks
Northern Virginia Contractor
TrueBuilt is a residential and commercial contractor offering construction and design services in the Northern VA and DC Metro area.
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Lapis Design Partners
Abe Residence
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waterproofing system ties into the window's frame. Remember, windows move! Allow room for expansion and contraction when you're tiling to take moisture and thermal changes into account.Tip: In this shower, the door shields the user from that first cold start-up spray. When you select your final shower fixture
“Shower wall” — lilyjoyjoy
Control4
Control4
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security system integration, shade automation, and full A/V control. And everything can be controlled from virtually anywhere - using your Control4 app with a smart phone or tablet device or a convenient touch screen.
Super cool table
“Table mixed with the gloss units” — s1u2s3i4e5
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
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The Aurea
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Hydro Systems. www.hydrosystem.com
cool bath
“shelves between tub/shower” — cyntaylor
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Green Gambrel Home Office and Family Room
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Questions2
Railing system inside the office as opposed to outside wall
cool divider
“Division between 2 spaces” — Jose Ibarra S
General Assembly
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Open Plan Living Room and Kitchen - Williamsburg Renovation
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Very cool appt. and I love the three paintings!
Policovy system
“Use of space” — saragm
Jon Luce Builder
Bunk House Open Door
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window system
Cool house
“Moveable glass door, seamless” — ghaboussi
Cornerstone Architects
15 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks838
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heating/cooling, rainwater harvesting, spray foam insulation, high efficiency glazing, recessing lower spaces into the hillside on the west side, and roof/overhang design to provide passive solar coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing home which
irrigation systems, washing cars, and running the hose for other reasons (and it's obviously free). The rain chains can either look like industrial chains (as in the photo above) or like a series of little cups stacked on top of each other, so that the water fills up one cup and it spills over the brim
“chain” — walterastorne
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