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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
6 Reviews
Home in Toronto 8
floor will get messy once they step out, if they could have incorporated a dryer to dry the dogs before they step out, probably better; agree with the groomer
it's so convenient and easy for the dogs to get in and out, Great for my
love that they can't jump out!
“Dog bath” — Al Lentine
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Mud Room
and then the desk area? Trying to something identical and trying to figure out what a good size is for each "area"
weird...I checked out your website just yesterday! Great work you do! We will take a closer look and contact you.
Nantucket Beadboard has custom milled this exact boarding for me. Check them out on line.
Janet - check out our website, ..
“mud room floor” — michaelmckenneycampbell
Erika Bierman Photography
7 Reviews
Jessica Bennett Interiors
Angle in a desk. If you want to look out onto the whole office, nestle yourself into the corner with the desk facing out into the room. I also like this approach
balance between saving money (you don't want to put yourself in debt decking out your office) and creating a space that reflects your professional image. This
“desk” — nkusters
Rebecca Mitchell Interiors & Boutique
31 Reviews
Hudson Residence
Hi Alexendra :) Hope all worked out with your project?
that when you have to put the legs in you have to cut the black stitching out that covers the bottom of the chairseat.
Samba table with silver leaf finish. I suggest you look it up online to find out exactly what it is you are asking about. There is no glass top FYI.
"Samba" table with silver leaf finish. I suggest you look it up online to find out the dimensions you require.
“Wall color” — jlkumlien
Erin Hoopes
8 Reviews
Alexandria Timeless Kitchen Addition
The ceilings are roughly 8' -- you should be able to work something out for that with the installer since that's what we did in this case and I've
as needed. I would just find someone skilled to work with to figure this out. Best of luck!
3. Removal of a load-bearing wall. Knocking out a wall sounds simple, right? Well, if it's load bearing, meaning it carries and distributes weight, things
things get a lot more complicated. Eliminating such a wall wipes out support for the ceilings, floors and other structural elements that rest on it — and
“Support beams” — kfia1024
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
Out of cabinetry but not out of dishes? Don’t let a wall of windows stop you from utilizing
house used to be a little warren of tiny rooms, but these architects blew out all the walls and made it one big space.
big, blocky kitchen island, and it's perfect for spreading school projects out on as well.
“love this eat in kitchen” — annalex2000
David Rolston Landscape Architects
Modern Pool in Bluffview ( Dallas, TX)
It is Ipe wood - and it weathers beautifully - greys out like Teak. Needs minimal maintenance and we dont recommend oiling and NO STAINING
Thank you all for checking out our work.
Out door shower
“Douche” — gimenes
Sterling Wilson Design
1 Review
Kitchen Renovation
Cut out from kitchen to seating area
Entire wall knocked out. Still an arch
Ceiling cut out....same lay out
“Wall above cabinets” — ajkotlewski
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