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MAK Design + Build Inc.
8 Reviews
Dining area with built-in buffet cabinetry
Ideabooks1,520
Questions2
Read a Case Study for this project here: http://www.makdesignbuild.com/gallery_westerncool.php Dave Adams Photography
“Table and chairs” — bartalli
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks10,834
Questions10
when in use. Pretty nifty! Here is an example of one of the many manufacturers of downdraft vents: http://www.thermador.com/cooking/ventilation/ucvm30fs-masterpiece-series-30-inch-downdraft :) Rhoda
“GRANITE COUNTER TOPS VS WOOD BAR.” — debramack
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks4,480
Questions7
This is the link to the coordinating pendant. http://www.feiss.com/16065/Mini-Pendant-FS-P1098GBZ.html
“Windows” — dcatherine
Moshi Gitelis - Photographer
A House at Caesarea (Architects: V-Studio)
Ideabooks3,449
Questions6
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“Overall look!” — darryl111
Contemporary Dining Room
Ideabooks2,579
Questions7
“red” — fionainspace
Concept Builders, Inc.
8 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks1,511
Questions3
The concrete floor in this home was integral colored and not a surface "stained" finish. The concrete was then saw-cut into 3-4' square pattern, sealed and waxed. The color was San Juan Stone and can be seen here: http://www.cadman.com/section.asp?pageid=3169
color q me gusto San Juan Stone stained finish. the concrete was saw-cut into 3-4' square pattern, sealed and waxed
The concrete floor in this home was integral colored and not a surface "stained" finish. The concrete was then saw-cut into 3-4' square pattern, sealed and waxed. The color was San Juan Stone and can be seen here: http://www.cadman.com/section.asp?pageid=3169
Concept Builders, Inc. The concrete floor in this home was integral colored and not a surface "stained" finish. The concrete was then saw-cut into 3-4' square pattern, sealed and waxed. The color was San Juan Stone and can be seen here: http://www.cadman.com/section.asp
“Counters and wood cabinets. Wood trim.” — cheriecampbell16
Thompson Custom Homes
6 Reviews
Wilding
Ideabooks1,446
Questions8
These are 3/4" x 7" & 9" x 6'-8' Engineered Deep Cooked Estate Grade French Oak purchased from Custom Floors Unlimited in Houston, TX.
These are 3/4" x 7" & 9" x 6'-8' Engineered Deep Cooked Estate Grade French Oak purchased from
floors- 3/4"x7" and 9"x6'-8' Engineered Deep Cooked Estate Grade French Oak - Custom Floors unlimited
These are 3/4" x 7" & 9" x 6'-8' Engineered Deep Cooked Estate Grade French Oak purchased from Custom Floors Unlimited in Houston, TX.
“Brick” — eliza0926
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Dining Room
Ideabooks8,345
Questions7
Absolutely. Thanks for the compliments. The wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove
wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove
The wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no knots. The groove
“mesa” — lacorona1
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