Stacy Jacobi
2 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks4,431
Questions18
Dining Room with Bejamin Moore paint Sea Haze Chairs are slipcovered with linen fabric for a casual feel
“Molding” — rpcruz
Nest Designs LLC
3 Reviews
Red barn door with full view of dining table.
Ideabooks2,083
Questions6
Eco-Rehabarama house. This dining space is adjacent to the kitchen and the living area in a very open floor-plan. We converted the garage into a kitchen and updated the entire house. The red barn door is made from recycled materials. The hardware for the door was salvaged from an old barn door. We used wood from the demolition to make the barn door. This image shows the entire ...More
“Barn Door in Red” — 3birmansrule
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Casa M
Ideabooks1,575
Questions3
Inspired by modern Mexican architect Barragan, this home's composed rectilinear volumes are accented with bright pops of red, green, and orange, bringing whimsy to order. Built of the innovative environmentally friendly thick-wall material Autoclaved Aerated Concrete, the passively solar sited home is well insulated, acoustically sound, and fire resistant. Photos: Maggie Flick...More
“Wood” — reeddreamhome
Kim E Courtney Interiors & Design Inc
1 Review
Kim E. Courtney Designs Harbor Hill House
Ideabooks28,611
Questions21
Interior Designer: Kim E. Courtney Designs Harbor Hill House
“French look” — livelyinc
Mikel Irastorza
San Sebastian
Ideabooks7,358
Questions10
“wall molding” — johaun
Period Architecture Ltd.
23 Reviews
Cold Springs Farm
Ideabooks1,381
Questions3
“Beams” — lpothin
Matthew Bolt Graphic Design
6 Reviews
Old Village Remodel
Ideabooks535
Questions3
Design by Amy Trowman Photo by Matthew Bolt
“Light” — pbwalsh33
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Peridot Decorators, Inc.
3 Reviews
Coastal Living Residence
Ideabooks1,640
Questions4
We designed and built this fun picnic table for the home's breakfast nook. We carried the Cape Cod cedar shake siding from the family room into the breakfast nook to give it an outdoor dining experience. The custom window valance is coupled with grass blinds below an antique "school house" light fixture. Fresh and fun!
“Good idea for an eat in kitchen table” — Janelle Marie
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