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Storybook Rooms, LLC
5 Reviews
DC Dining Room
Ideabooks1,128
Questions5
be happy to give you more information. Best! Syntha Harris-Wendel SBR - StoryBookRooms ...
Our Table and chairs!!! only the chairs are in Black.
wood looks like our bed room furniture
“Chairs” — yellowd0g
Knight Associates
Edgy guest house
Ideabooks2,516
Questions2
clear story windows above built in shelf area
shelves below story book windows...Our dining room!...For our flat
“like the shelves and talks about the steel supports like down the way on Sheldon. could work around” — buzrob2
Donald A. Gardner Architects
8 Reviews
The Clarkson - Plan #1117
Ideabooks832
Questions1
the convenience of one floor, this home encompasses all that is luxury one-story living. The massive utility area provides room for more than just washing
Unfortunately we don't have any information on the materials or colors our customers select for their homes since we aren't involved in the building process
“floor” — makga
Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
dining room
Ideabooks66,708
Questions1,813
effected by shrub growth and don't really reflect up very high on my single story home. I've considered adding well lights but seems like they will be little
install walker Zanger velvet vibe backsplash tile with our Verde butterfly granite. We ate painting our cabinets white. What color should I put on the walls
I would like to transform the inside of our home to look more rustic, cabin like. Any recommendations for the walls? Paint
for renovating kitchen on major emergency infrastructure project, replacing our foundation. Kitchen still needs a new look, but can't spend too much. Current
but an orange, green (or maintaining blue) scheme with one of our lamps....take a look at our gallery at ... Good luck
“Comedor rustico moderno” — trinigarciac
Marcson Homes Ltd.
3 Reviews
Lottery Home 2011 - the Mackenzie
Ideabooks20,670
Questions39
We are finishing our basement and this is exactly what I have been looking for. This entire space
an open to below concept, so it is a two storey ceiling. To see the floorplan of the Mackenzie, please visit our website at ....
We use these built-in tables often in our homes as they provide a practical place for the people living in the home
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This is a Feiss fixture. You can view the complete colleciton on our website: ... and also search for local lighting showrooms or online retailers
this chandelier, might be too big and dramatic for our kitchen. And it is not formal enough for our dining room.
“Island with table” — Andy Cole
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
Ideabooks485
Questions5
foot program. A pair of two-story gabled structures present a traditional face to the neighborhood, while the single-story living pavilion, with its expansive
JUST LIKE OUR KITCHEN ONLY DIFFERENT
“cross beams on i beams would work well” — mkamakazi
Adams + Beasley Associates
12 Reviews
Simple Elegance
Ideabooks89
Questions1
A complete full gut remodel of a 4,000 sq ft two-story penthouse residence, this project featured one of a kind views of the Boston public garden and Beacon
large central gallery flooded with gorgeous diffused light through two full stories of window glass. Clean linear millwork details compliment the structural
intention, thoughtful engineering, and best practice construction as executed by our talented team of craftsmen and women. Interior Design - Lewis Interiors
“Green shade for dining chairs” — marosha
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Santa Cruz Straw Bale House
Ideabooks2,686
Questions3
The spacious, naturally ventilated 2-story dining space is accentuated with the natural branching of a madrone tree. © ...
ceiling of the first floor, but extensive branching was left to fill the two-storey space above the dining table.“We felt that it would demarcate the living
would be required, a madrone tree fell at the property of some friends of our client. With some help from the builders, the fallen tree was minimally trimmed
“Comedor” — Daniella Salas
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