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Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
showhouse
Ideabooks1,759
Questions9
Floor and commode design Art Deco.
Art Deco Circle design Mirror, parquet floor
Door design Art Deco
Mirror designer.
“Sconce” — schai319
Rayco Painting
5 Reviews
Tamarind Residence - San Francisco Bay Area
Ideabooks2,106
Questions4
brown tile floor design
tile design...design & flow...lovly home design..
“Color de Paredes que contrastan” — faustoveloz
Willey Design LLC
1 Review
Los Angeles, CA Residence
Ideabooks5,899
Questions7
These look like vintage Danish side chairs. Do you have info on the manufacturer? Is the table the same designer?
Willey Design LLC...like chair design
“Good color for foyer” — ondbrown
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Circular Form
Ideabooks6,670
Questions4
Great flowing design
Chair design
“Element: Line Curved lines have a graceful and delicate effect on a room.” — Kayla
WA design
8 Reviews
Parlette Residence
Ideabooks777
Questions1
Copyrights: WA design
WA design...modern design
“Yes” — Architect
Tamar Schechner/Nest Pretty Things Inc
BACK DOOR
Ideabooks3,283
Questions7
A bold design statement can be as simple as an original color choice for a key feature — in this case, the bubblegum-pink door. While red doors have become a classic, this tint of red is a shock and a pretty complement to the artwork.
2. Accessories designer Tamar Schechner has no
of one. In this design, the plants, bright painting and pink door provide plenty of eye candy, but I think the dark blue-green treatment on the inside of the door casing makes the biggest (small) statement.See more painted doors
Pull your paint from artwork. It seems this designer has pulled a Bu
“Painting” — valeriedyas
Custom Home Designs
9 Reviews
St. Francisville modern classic
Ideabooks110
Questions0
Melissa Oivanki for Custom Home Designs, LLC
wood floor design...Custom Home Designs
“Floor” — bpsmith51
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Ideabooks2,694
Questions0
House design and concrete steps in grass
Saratoga really promotes designs that seem like the house flow follows the site. What do you think?
paving design
“Steps going down to flat lawn area” — markandkel
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