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Brookfield Residential Calgary
howhome decorated by Jillian Harrisarris
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but I could not find it on the website. It may be in store only, or looks different in the picture, but I would still like to know. Thank you for your time!
custom build by Bigwood in Calgary, Alberta (403) 250-9941. We hope this helps.
Hi @katherineortiz58! Thanks for your inquiry. The mirror is from Homesense. Unfortunately, we do not know the current cost of the mirror given that it was purchased some time ago
frame was a custom build by Bigwood in Calgary, Alberta. (403) 250-9941
Hi @Britenee Stevens! Thanks for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we do not know the current cost of the chandelier given that it was purchased some time ago. The cost
Bed) was actually a custom build by Bigwood in Calgary, Alberta (403) 250-9941. We hope this helps.
“Curtains” — Caroline Markey
Shannon Malone
Exterior
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What are the building materials for the lower part of the home?
Help with building around our oak tree.
how do I build like this....won't it hurt the tree roots? We have a giant oak tree 18 feet behind our home. It is the only direction we can build. We have been told to cut it down.:((((. It's
So gorg... Bout time we build around nature instead of through it
totally build a house around a tree!
Built around tree and ladder arbor between buildings
a creek on one side. They had no choice but to build in this particular spot. "It's a beautiful old majestic tree, and we couldn't get rid of it," Marc says. With some creativity and ingenuity, he managed to integrate the tree into the design and build around it. Although it is a spectacular sight
“trees” — gypsyroses
Adrienne DeRosa
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Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
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was a bit daunting in the beginning, this is now Weiss's favorite spot in her home. "I somehow managed to fit it in and actually add to it from time to time," she says. Sofa: Charles Series, B&B Italia Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
provides a great opportunity to make a style statement. You don't need to fill the entire wall at once. Start building your arrangement from the center out, and you can continue adding to it over time until the wall is happily full.Tell us: Do you live in a loft or studio? What is the biggest design challenge
Visit design and art websites to see what emerging artists are doing and how art is being used in homes. Take your time. "Give yourself time to develop your own taste in art and, when the time comes, to contemplate whether you really love a piece and want to live with it," says Singleton.Think long term
“Pared pappppppppppppppppppppp” — oguillenleiva
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Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Tree House
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This is amazing!!!!! But how on earth did they build this?? Could you get instructions from someone or do you have to call someone to come and build it?
Do you sell the blueprints or do you visit the site and build to spec?
The builder and architect is James Curvan - www.jamescurvan.com - and he builds to spec.
Unless his name is James Curvan or Jeremy Wakefield, he did not build this tree house.
If I win the lottery (big time) ! I'm having that built for Kenny and any other grandkids I may have!
exterior decks, 2 sleeping lofts and a crow’s nestThe Wakefields’ grandsons were in preschool when Curvan built the tree house. “Some kids have a hard time with ladders, so I created a staircase with four landings,” the architect says. “That way even little ones can feel secure and safe on their way to
“its looks fun for kids and for sleepovers” — Dustee Forster
Joel Antunes photography
Kennington Water Tower
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Every time I say I am over those old style moroccan rugs I see one that absolutely floor me.
A stitch in time. This area rug, cobbled together from an assortment of rug remnants, is a modern twist on the traditional Persian rug. The cinnabar, maroon and red
story. I have since moved houses many times, and my prized rug with its timeless pattern and vintage allure has weathered countless iterations of home design and decor. It has also been to the rug cleaners a lot more than I’d like to admit, and not only is that time consuming, but it’s costly too. Because
a look at Persian-style rugs – they can often be picked up very cheaply and can look surprisingly modern if used in an otherwise pared-back space. Build a small collection and layer them up, then complete the look with vintage armchairs or even floor cushions.
“Note the porthole windows...” — Dana Veach
California Closets Maryland
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Garage
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3. Hobby timeIf you loved building model planes as a boy and would secretly like to indulge in such a pursuit again, go for it. Being a grown-up is the time when you can finally do whatever you want (after those bills are paid, of course)
now would be a good time to assess and reorganize the tools you have. If you are lucky enough to have a full-size toolshed (and it's kept up), bravo. For the rest of us, cramming random tools, loose nails and boxes of lightbulbs into a hall closet together may signal that it's time for an upgrade.
Create space for your hobbiesThis garage has enough smart storage that it can accommodate an area for the homeowner to indulge in a hobby – building model aeroplanes, in this case. Whether it’s woodworking, metalwork, sculpture or just a spot to fix things, turning your garage into a room you actually
“what about basement workshop and backyard guest house?” — Rose Birtch Company
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Village Apartment NYC
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components, but I can just imagine the bruises on the owner's hips from the corners of the sink stand, when he/she gets in and out of the tub. Next time, round the corner of the counter. Not only would that stave off the possibility of shed blood, but it would actually make the whole unit look better
1. No view out. No one likes a dark, damp bathroom with bad circulation — it's no fun spending time in a space like that. If you're building or relocating a bathroom, try to site it on an outside wall with windows. If windows are not an option, installing an operable skylight
1. No view outNo-one likes a dark, damp bathroom with bad circulation – it’s no fun spending time in a space like that. If you’re building or relocating a bathroom, try to site it on an outside wall with windows. If windows are not an option, installing an operable skylight
“plumbing” — wending
Realm Control
Wilton Residence
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I am building my dream house and I live outside of the USA. Will u be able to come to Africa to install a complete automation system in my home?
Based on the overall scope of the project and working conditions there's a saying in this business. It's just time and money. If you've got the money we've got the time. :). In all seriousness though, I have been asked to travel to India for a project and had to turn it down, but based on the project
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