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Heather Freeman Design Co.
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Wire Basket Shelves
Ideabooks6,756
Questions3
doable for my bedroom?
My little closet...organize my purses....Idea for my closet
“For scarves” — tvcsophie
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Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
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SEN Design Kitchen & Bath Professionals
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house and my builder and I are having a hard time figuring out what kind of stone or stone veneer this is, and how they made this hood. Please any help would be great! My email is mrsdio@hotmail.com...
arrangement. My cabinet maker says the cabinet width "directly above" the lower cabinet width have to be the same. I'd like your opinion. I want the side-by-side cabinets on the top and the cabinet with the large drawers on the bottom. Please HELP ME!!!
granite, and my best guess is Giallo Napolean. This stone is cream, gold, and charcoal gray and is characterized by a tight consistent pattern. Your best bet is to call or visit a slab showroom. You will be impressed with the variety of stone out there. Good luck!
“Vent” — kmarshall952
Design Platform
15 Reviews
Cuban Breakfast Nook
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Questions8
this is my favorite. It has the color palette I like, plenty of pattern for my brain to play with. Instead of starfish I would like initials of my family names. How is this going to look on a 25 foot wall?? Like graffiti! Perfect!
perfection in my book.Tip: Choosing tile for your home can be overwhelming on account of the endless sea of options. Focusing on a patterned tile that you love (and might use sparingly) could be a great starting point for choosing a color palette and a style direction.
“Me gustan los muros” — fotosselectas
PaintColorHelp.com Dallas
10 Reviews
Teal Dining Room
Ideabooks1,224
Questions4
picture to my email of dining room painted 6480 Lagoon
I had ask about the picture in the dining room painted lagoon6480 I I I had ask what the name of the picture was or where it came from the dining room painted 6480 a teal color from SW. I was hoping you could send the picture of the canvas to my
Thansk you my e-mail address if mothershelpmates@att.net Thanks Cora
“Lagoon SW6480” — haverman
Sergio Olazabal
1 Review
baño peron
Ideabooks1,485
Questions2
this for my guest bath....pretty color towels also
Would love to have one of these telescoping mirrors in my bathroom!
one of my all-time favorite colors. I like the fresh look with the white porsiline sink.
My bathroom colour scheme love this
“Shelving” — pmm1
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Katie
Ideabooks2,504
Questions3
bedrooms for my kids. Did it all myself so it cost around $120 in paint and polyurethane, $15 in sandpaper for the floors, around $8 for spackle and wood filler, and $15 for trim. A couple of dollars for plastic to cut out polka dot templates. Used pieces of old sheet-rock to patch holes in the walls, so
block off my bedroom? Or a half wall?
bedrooms for my kids. Did it all myself so it cost around $120 in paint and polyurethane, $15 in sandpaper for the floors, around $8 for spackle and wood filler, and $15 for trim. A couple of dollars for plastic to cut out polka dot templates. Used pieces of old sheet-rock to patch holes in the walls, so
“bureau au dessus de l'escalier servant de rampe” — cloclo65
Tracery Interiors
Living Room
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My fiancé and I are thinking of doing exactly that with our walls, but we are worried about the pine yellowing. Did you factor that in?
paint my curtain rods this same color
color for my dining area
Across from my favorite kitchen
“Modern traditional” — Stacey Pederson
Veranda Estate Homes & Interiors
8 Reviews
Kitchen hood
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Questions2
slab for my kitchen and I am a little nervous because the veins
Does the antique brown chip? ...I am looking at a slab for my kitchen and am a little nervous becauese of all the veins they look like stress cracks.
like my mother's kitchen, traditional granite looks great. I prefer in terms of my own taste, the look of sandstone or concrete. I know sandstone is a great option for an avid cook and baker like me, but it does require periodic sealing and concrete isn't as budget riendly and is also porous. So,
“range hood idea” — brisien
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