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Keith Stowby
1 Review
Inspired Designs II
Ideabooks1,735
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Cookie Jars
“Paint built in” — apelphrey
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Boxenbaum Residence
Ideabooks2,003
Questions6
to an island that I'd still call it a kitchen table. Having a low surface accessible from all sides is invaluable when it comes to doing things like cookie baking or puzzle making.
to an island that I'd still call it a kitchen table. Having a low surface accessible from all sides is invaluable when it comes to doing things like cookie baking or puzzle making.
“Hood fan” — paulinekeeley
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks3,816
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The panels in a coffered ceiling can be of just about any material. In this example, the panels are decorative and translucent, enabling the light to come from a source hidden above the ceiling line. The design of these coffer panels is very structured: a series of layered grids in
activity area. The panels in a coffered ceiling can be of just about any material. In this example, the panels are decorative and translucent, enabling the light to come from a source hidden above the ceiling line. The design of these coffer panels is very structured: a series of layered grids in
The panels in a coffered ceiling can be of just about any material. In this example, the panels are decorative and translucent, enabling the light to come from a source hidden above the ceiling line. The design of these coffer panels is very structured: a series of layered grids in a fun, somewhat
“colorfull coffered” — doctorzit
Staging Magic
4 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks17
Questions1
I like mixing the contemporary Saarinen table, the Callagaris chairs and the antique cookie mold on the wall together. The orange chairs play off the orange Impatiens outside.
Hall Smith Office_Architecture
Woodstock Retreat
Ideabooks246
Questions2
No idea…it's the photographer's dog. Her name is Cookie.
“big windows” — hazelmatthews
Wormald Homes at Monocacy Park
The Notting Hill
Ideabooks219
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SELLING IN THE LOW $300s! At 16 feet wide and around 1900 square feet, this Frederick, MD end unit towhhome is far more spacious and stunning than your cookie-cutter townhome. Starting at $304,900, you'd be surprised just how much is included. Call 301-620-1680 or email monocacypark@wormald.com
“table setting” — ccjdawkins
Staircase in Sandusky home
Ideabooks1,659
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shorter run from land to second floor/cookie
“Banister” — fleurgo
Peter Hassler, Design Vidal
Brooklyn Brownstone Design and Renovation
Ideabooks202
Questions1
Beautiful cookie (light/shadow pattern)
“the chairs with a wooden table for outside” — Lerato Kohl
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