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Just a Girl
Just a Girl
Once is not A.D.A. compliance but just aesthetic concept, It should be at both sides. Its like missing something......
enough room indoors? Make your garage, porch or back deck work overtime by setting up an exterior mudroom near the door. If you live in an apartment building, you may even be able to place a small locked cabinet near your door.Browse more mudroom photographsMore:Entryway, Mudroom and Laundry Room Wish ListThe
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Nate: Definitely a very different aesthetic, again one I didn't get the sense you were interested in. Open tread stair might be something we could look at in the entry, but I don't think you
they are nice ,but don't meet US building codes
Reynolds Plantation Home
Beautiful feature with both aesthetic and practical benefits. This single photo inspired me to attempt an indoor water feature in my home. It's my hope that placing it near our music
Going to build
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Tucker door will design and build the sidelight as well.
Style Secret: Natural FlooringCarpet? So 19th century. Arts and Crafts flooring falls right in step with the natural aesthetic: hardwood (planks or parquet), stone, slate. Tile with an Arts and Crafts glaze, a specially applied matte finish that lends tremendous depth, works
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
the flat square building and color scheme
Burdge & Associates Architects
7377 Birdview Ave
We are building a house and just love this door! We would love to know where we could get it. Thanks!
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
The home's new entry is spacious and light-filled. The wood-paneled walls give the space a rustic aesthetic. Designed by Bruce Abrahamson, AIA. Photo by Andrea Rugg.
have an effect too. For example in this picture, the high contrast between the stripes and the equal thickness of both looks more "cartoony" then aesthetically enlarging. If you want a space to look larger, consider using stripes that are closer together in color, and also thinner in width. If you want