1,794 contractor tip Dining Design Photos

Knowles Blunck Architecture
Moen Residence
Ideabooks809
Questions5
to predict and can easily drive your project over budget otherwise. Contractor Tips: 10 Remodel Surprises to Watch Out For
“love this base” — lmrj12
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks6,626
Questions9
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“Could the upper transoms mirror the awning style windows down in the garage???” — shahfam
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Dining Room
Ideabooks8,526
Questions7
then a spray applied low sheen polyurethane finishes the process. Our contractor took special care to cut each small aperture downlight into the cedar
then a spray applied low sheen polyurethane finishes the process. Our contractor took special care to cut each small aperture downlight into the cedar
Solid base less likely to t Be able to tip it
“Like how the floor and ceiling are the same tone.” — bevums
Washington DC Interior Designer
Harrison Interiors has been called a “hidden gem,” with a walk-in studio and a 50-mile service area that spans from Leesburg to Annapolis, Gaithersburg to Woodbridge.
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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
2013 Holiday House NYC
Ideabooks313
Questions0
Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases
woodwork and traditional molding details with a muted green and brown palette. Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases
woodwork and traditional molding details with a muted green and brown palette. Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases
furniture and colors, and the barrel ceiling! Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases
woodwork and traditional molding details with a muted green and brown palette. Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases
“chairs - furniture: Newel and Alexander’s Antiques” — margielynnj
Christopher Burns Interiors
1 Review
A Modern Gem
Ideabooks12,207
Questions7
Some Housekeeping Tips for Books Pull all the books to the edge of the shelf. This simple thing
Some Housekeeping Tips for Books Pull all the books to the edge of the shelf. This simple thing
Christopher Burns InteriorsSaveEmail Some Housekeeping Tips for Books Pull all the books to the edge of the shelf. This simple thing
Some Housekeeping Tips for BooksPull all the books to the edge of the shelf. This simple thing makes a huge impact. Don't worry about the varying sizes
Some Housekeeping Tips for BooksPull all the books to the edge of the shelf. This simple thing makes
“Library” — klintss
Handman Associates
12 Reviews
Glencoe Residence 1
Ideabooks4,742
Questions4
count: the higher the count, the better the support. You’ll find plenty of tips like these in Houzz’s shopping guides for sofas, sleep sofas, sectionals
count: the higher the count, the better the support.You’ll find plenty of tips like these in Houzz’s shopping guides for sofas, sleep sofas, sectionals
“I like the overall look of this room” — shelbyfw
TPA Architecture, Inc.
4 Reviews
Venice Transformation
Ideabooks2,472
Questions2
the fireplace is cold rolled steel panels custom fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish
Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) .... It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right.
the fireplace is cold rolled steel panels custom fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish
Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) .... It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right.
Brown) sculptnouveau.com➤ It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right.
“chairs” — mozaki
Robert A. Cardello Architects
6 Reviews
Darien Renovation
Ideabooks8,427
Questions6
pressure to it — say, cutting a piece of meat — the whole thing threatens to tip over and take dinner with it.
pressure to it — say, cutting a piece of meat — the whole thing threatens to tip over and take dinner with it.
and schedule the shoot accordingly.YOU TELL USDo you have any other styling tips to share? We’d love to hear about them in the comments section below.
“Dining area” — nsikder
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