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Robert Legere Design
28 Reviews
Wesley Grove Condominium Kitchen
Ideabooks4,961
Questions10
Palecek. One of our favorite furniture and high end accessory companies.
Bentley Design is a boutique custom furniture builder, if you have trouble finding this piece ,we can
May I ask what the brand/model of the hood is? I have been looking for one like this everywhere but couldn't find it anywhere. Maybe you can help? Thank you!!! (Btw, love the cabinetry, that wood is beautiful! Is this walnut
“vertical tile” — bayab00
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
Ideabooks7,695
Questions6
I love this piece please let us know where it is from. Thanks
rooms interconnect with internal terrace, stairs kept to one side of building
Could be neat to have exposed beams lit like this on one end...
“Indoor outdoor rooms” — csteier2
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Horseshoe Bay Lakehouse Dining
Ideabooks2,631
Questions7
As a vacation home with an amazing locale, this home was designed with one primary focus: utilizing the breathtaking lake views. The original lot was a small island pie-shaped lot with spectacular views of Lake LBJ. Each room was created to depict a different snapshot of the lake due to the ratcheting
i like the chair design, specifically the two piece chair back. Very cool.
“Dinner Table” — jgiggles
Carolyn Rebuffel Designs
10 Reviews
New York Apartment
Ideabooks1,321
Questions2
table looks "home-made". like a piece of counter w/ legs. very creative . might be less expensive than a pre-made table. I've even seen people use old door (like from the RESTORE) for
Back wall seat......could i fit one?
two bases to make one long table and chairs
“Dinette” — edandlisa
Kal Wallner
Basement Brewery / Bar / Home Theater
Ideabooks1,097
Questions3
Looking to find one like it and would love to know who supplied you with it.
squares). Very flat, only 1/4" thick. No underpad so the surface is somewhat hard. We wanted something less "house like" - more commercial/industrial. One caveat with using this stuff is that the subfloor has to be perfectly level as many imperfection will show through. There's no thick carpet and underpad
Love the wall piece, it really stands out.
“wall color” — cwerness
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
master bath
Ideabooks4,639
Questions5
Hi, I am wondering how the tile is joined at the corner area. Does one edge overlap another? Is there some type of corner piece that is used. Your advice would be welcome!
We carry a few similar tiles in our 'Glimmer' collection that would give a similar look to this one. I would get a few samples to make sure you are getting the look you want. Feel free to contact us if you need help. We would love to help you out. This is a beautiful space! ... ...
“Tile” — tileshop
Terra Nova Construction
4 Reviews
Entry Foyer
Ideabooks7,014
Questions7
look you could use 5/4" x 6" birch wood to frame the raised panels, and then trim the inside edge of each square with cove moulding as a transition piece. You can apply this directly to drywall if it will be painted, or you will have to use 1/4" plywood underneath if you plan on using stain or simply
quick searching though, I did find a product that is close in design: "Sheraton Wood Twist Balusters." I cannot vouch for the website, but here is one of the places I found that sells them: ... I hope this helps!
I have been fixated on leopard print stair runners ever since I saw a local designer put one in her new home. I doubt my husband would ever go for it, but it never hurts to ask!
“Geometric rug and runner” — annabelburch
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks8,948
Questions12
The sofa is the client's own in this case. I am not certain where they purchased the piece.
this sofa chaise has a back and open on one side
of the bookcases are within reach without requiring excessive gymnastics, but we did design the bookcase so you could put a board across the gap from one side to the other and stand on it to fill the shelves."
“Side table- shelves” — bpfunnyc
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