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Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
Ideabooks3,127
Questions6
Architectural design of the home and did not build it so I did not keep exact records of the finishes.
I apologize but I only did the Architectural design of the home and did not build it so I did not keep exact records of the finishes.
“Nice Table...chairs too casual” — scout4u
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Dining Rooms
Ideabooks5,608
Questions5
regrets, I have to inform you of the passing of this phenomenal interior designer, Mr. Steve Stein earlier this year. His family has closed all of his records, I'm afraid there is no way to answer these questions. Good luck with your project.
to your question about his chandelier. To my great dismay, Steve Stein, the Interior Designer for this space passed away earlier this year and his records are closed. I'm certain you will find just the right lighting for your space. Good luck!
“mantel” — bernu
Retropolitan
Smith Recording Studio
Ideabooks1
Questions0
Smith Recording Studio
John Prindle
Homeowners
Ideabooks88
Questions0
us."When asked if they have any intention of ever selling the place, Matt says, "No way. Rydman was here for 43 years. My goal is to beat Rydman's record."Maybe someday in the year 2112, a new homeowner will uncover a cryptic, comical note buried within a wall. After that, it might be known as "The Ruhl
“can i make that?” — treznor13
Blacksheep
blacksheep
Ideabooks234
Questions1
I'm on record as a wallpaper-lover - and this room is why. The paper is clean and pretty - not at all fussy - and I love the contrast with the white walls. It makes the dining room feel important.
“how to make dark color work with other rooms.” — Lamont Construction
CM Glover
Craftiness and Color in Warrenton
Ideabooks404
Questions0
Also in the living room, a red lamp from Habitat for Humanity sits atop a record player and a tube radio from the '50s."I have never set a budget for a room," Annabel says. "I also don't really set a limit on the pieces I buy. I shop vintage so often that I just come across great pieces at great prices
“Even though everything is not my 'style'..I really like this house.” — mamacj
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Paige Morse
Ideabooks357
Questions0
but I'm not afraid to give them an update," says Morse.Vintage chairs are paired with luggage, thrift-shop cosmetic cases and an antique portable record player. Morse, a seasoned hunter-gatherer, likes to shop at Mantiques in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas and Curiosities in the Lakewood neighborhood
“Neat scientific prints” — Jo Kroeker
Andrew Snow Photography
St. Lawrence Market Mid-Century
Ideabooks160
Questions1
The tiles above are an untitled 3-D piece by Henry, a re-creation of a large installation of hand-formed tiles he had made for a previous solo show.A record holder finds new life as shelving for books and a resting place for a tall secondhand lamp.
“funky console” — Louloua Maleh
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