Interiors by Steven G
14 Reviews
Contemporary Private Residence Palm Beach County
Ideabooks1,809
Questions6
Barry Grossman Photography
“As well as this” — barbara5960
TG-Studio
Penthouse refurbishment in London’s Financial District.
Ideabooks70
Questions0
If you have little space in open plan living, it is important to zone the space and define the separate areas. This can be achieved through a rug under the dining table or a sideboard behind a sofa. Photographer: Philip Vile
“Wicker chair” — Benedicte Payet
Martin Blake Associates ltd
Oak framed extension
Ideabooks204
Questions0
“Like the table and chairs” — meganrose46
Red Egg Design Group
13 Reviews
Windgate Ranch
Ideabooks18,997
Questions14
Red Egg Design Group | Navy Blue and White Dining Room with wallpapered ceiling and custom storage hutch. | Courtney Lively Photography
“Light” — clairemason78
JONATHAN CALVERT | Interiors Photographer
1 Review
Portfolio
Ideabooks13,147
Questions11
“ne3” — sabaelec
Megan Crane Designs, Inc.
6 Reviews
Contemporary Dining Room
Ideabooks2,268
Questions6
“Overall dining area” — aanghill
L'atelier d'archi - Isabelle Juy
Sous les toits 75009
Ideabooks93
Questions0
Milk Décoration / Photos : Louise Déroziere
“Sol cuisine béton ciré” — maroken
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
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Harris & Wilcox (Made in Britain)
Quercus Solid Oak Dining
Ideabooks243
Questions0
Made in the Britain by Harris & Wilcox a leading manufacturer with a reputation for fantastic designs, quality, and to be enjoyed for generations. We create beautiful, handmade furniture that both reflects your style, personality and complements your home. Available in 4 Colours. Natural, Milan Dark, Smoked and Olive. Quercus is a Registered Trademark.
“Wood” — pozzer11
Replacing carpet with wood floors -- should it match surrounding wood
What is the best way to go? When taking out carpet in the living room, to match the wood floor that meets it or try a different colored wood flooring?...
What should I do for window treatments? And additional lighting?
I'm torn between wood blinds or roman shades with some color??? Or full length curtains with nice black hardware??? Also..very dark because of front porch…I'm...
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