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Centennial 360
10 Reviews
Hall and Doors
Might Venice to have doors at bottom of basement steps
it looks blotchy. Therefore the best way to stain maple is to go with a very dark color so that the blotchiness adds background texture. With a light to medium stain, the blotchiness would be much more prominent — and some would say distracting.If you want to color the wood to a medium tone, you have
“Doors” — manmit23
Linda Fritschy Interior Design
2 Reviews
Louisiana Estate
openness and table off side but would not step down height.
Island lighting, half wall, pantry
light fixture...pendant lights
“Kitchen” — trudy47
Tracy Miller/Miller Greene Design Studio
5 Reviews
Tracy Miller
cabinet color the step color.. and the wall color the same
Light French frey...pendant light...what is the light ?
“Mega greige” — heytay123
Jenny Martin Design
11 Reviews
Living/ Lounge/ TV room with bulkhead feature lighting and stepped ceiling on feature wall in background.
I love this slate wall and the lighting that highlights it.
Lights accent on wall
“TV room” — kerene01
1 Review
Beach Ct
Light wood n cut outs for shampoos
Clean and light. Nice use of color tile in shower floor. Fixtures
Use of space and light tone of bath
Step down into shower
“White stool in shower” — billcward1
Alykhan Velji Design
11 Reviews
Marda Project
Elegant step up for desk surface.
Dark floor light walls natural wood
light board behind sheers for basement "windows"
Light fixture
“Printed wall behind desk” — Niki Torbett
Classic Urban Homes
7 Reviews
Smolensky project
Mo likes light brown bricks, contrast with dark brown large bricks (not sure if it is stone or brick).
symmetry but two halves to house in a sense. natural light from above. dont like garage being so prominent.
How the dark wood tone works with the light grey brick
stepping stones
“Exterior” — bjorn10
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
An opaque glass window also appears in the master bathroom, allowing privacy in the tub but letting light fill the room. A trough sink allows two people to use it comfortably. “The vanity is only 5½ feet long,” Sutro says. “Two sinks didn’t make sense here, but a trough makes the vanity feel longer and
An opaque glass window also appears in the en-suite bathroom, allowing privacy in the bathtub but allowing light to fill the room. A trough sink allows two people to use it comfortably. ‘The sink unit isn’t very long,’ Sutro says. ‘Two sinks didn’t make sense here
“The shower” — juniemoon524
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