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Andrea Brooks Interiors
2 Reviews
Madison
Ideabooks6,995
Questions5
Door - sherwin Williams blue peacock
Front door - Sherwin Williams Peacock
Door color blue peacock
Blue peacock sherwin williams paint....yummy
Paint Color SW0064 Blue Peacock
Sherwin Williams Blue Peacock
Teal door-peacock...Blue peacock sw0064...Blue peacock color...Blue peacock...Peacock blue paint
“Bright door” — saschalb
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks11,546
Questions12
make the house feel bigger," says Smith. This meant altering the entire floor plan, beginning with relocating the main entrance. Smith created a "mud alley" here, which navigates the space between the existing sunroom and former garage. "Although the space is only four feet wide, there are plenty of places
AFTER: The space now contains a "mud alley," where the family members enter the home and hang up their snowy outerwear, organize the mail and leave their wet boots to warm next to the woodstove
“pretty cabinetry for mudroom” — Randi Tatsch
Peacock Builders
1 Review
Punkinville House
Ideabooks124
Questions1
site, and is clad humbly in the most traditional of New England building materials, the local white cedar shingle. Architect: Bruce Norelius Builder: Peacock Builders Photography: Sandy Agrafiotis
Peacock Builders
“Floor Color” — txsuntzu
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Shelley Kirsch Interior Design and Decoration
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks3,139
Questions2
where can you buy this tile? I googled "Indian Slate Peacock" no luck
The floor is Indian Slate, Peacock Series. The wainscot is panelling made of cherry.
Slate tile with wood inlay. Slate is Indian Slate, Peacock Series.
“floor” — slscott
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks8,459
Questions9
walkway and stone leading off into the adjoining rooms. I like that the direction of the wood runs across the hall so it doesn't look like a bowling alley. I also like that the direction of the wood and the stone tiles are perpendicular to each other.
walkway and stone leading off into the adjoining rooms. I like that the direction of the wood runs across the hall so it doesn't look like a bowling alley. I also like that the direction of the wood and the stone tiles are perpendicular to each other.
“I like the table” — Sabine Becker
Linda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design
6 Reviews
Denver Manor Home
Ideabooks7,750
Questions8
I know colors can appear different depending on monitor resolution, but another color this is very close to is Behr - Royal Peacock. This very picture is what inspired me to paint my door! Love it!
similar to Behr - Royal Peacock
“Awesome door!” — gretchenleigh33
workshopL
4 Reviews
Diagon Alley Passive House
Ideabooks168
Questions2
Diagon Alley Passive House
“exterior passive door” — cedar street builders
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks4,480
Questions3
Back alley
“Pathwat” — kgrelish
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