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COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
Minnesota Private Residence
what is the make of this rug. I have looked through tons of catalogs of different rug manufacturers and find nothing like it. Thought maybe Fabrica, but nothing like it there.
interest in our project. We are the architect that designed the home. The general contractor says the floor is Woodcraft: Dark Mission Dye 2 coats, Dura Seal: Spice Brown Stain 1 coat. Hope that is helpful.
where did you find the beautiful rug?
Thank you for your interest in our project, per the contractor on this project they used 2 coats of Woodcraft Dark Mission Dye and 1 coat of Dura Seal Spice Brown Stain. They cannot recall if satin or semi-finish
in our project, per the contractor on this project they used 2 coats of Woodcraft Dark Mission Dye and 1 coat of Dura Seal Spice Brown Stain. They cannot recall if satin or semi-finish.” “interest in our project. We are the architect that designed the home. The general contractor says the floor is Woodcraft:
Link Architecture, PC
door. Would like to know where to find it?
Hi, can you tell me more about the floating shelf? Was this custom made and if not, where might I find one like it? Thanks
Was anyone able to find where the floating shelf could be purchased?
Hi,, where can I find the mirror and the decorations on top of the floating shelf?
Awesome door. Where can I find one?
The door was custom built by the general contractor for the house. He builds doors when they are part of large-scale residential projects.
The door was custom built on site by the general contractor. It has a deadbolt lock and is very secure.
Michael Robert Construction
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Mudroom
like a common sense issue, but I had planned on having my aqua door painted at an auto shop, but now they tell me they don't do doors. Are they generally painted by a cabinet maker? I have glass panes and want a professional result. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I can't seem to find this paint color 'castaway' ? Any similar color suggestions? It is such a cheery shade of aqua!
Mudrooms are generally small, narrow spaces. The blue on the door in this mudroom brightens up the space and adds a dash of personality.
North Virginia’s Premier Remodeling & Renovation Pro
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Virginia Tradition Builders
Rollingwood Hills Addition
Hello, Love your front door. Can you tell me where we could find something like this for our 1920's house? Is it custom? Can't imagine Home Depot would carry something like this. Thank you so much!
Hello- This is a door from a contractor's lumber yard that most door pros or general contractors will be able to order for you. Home Depot and Lowe's do carry several brands that they can order, but do not carry them in the store, so it takes a few weeks to have them made and brought in. The same
same is true when you order through a contractor's lumber yard, but they can both "customize" the door and sidelights in 2" increments. If you end up needing a truly custom door, the price will be much higher typically. The pro/door departments vary from store to store with the big box lumber yards, so
Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Simple Living Inspires Efficient Northern Californian Home
your trusted general contractor, carpenter or general home repair professional. If you’re skilled and confident enough, this could be a DIY job, but it’s not recommended, because there are a lot of pieces and detailing to get right. If you’re expanding your entryway, your general contractor or home repair
might want to consider hiring an architect. You might also consider hiring an interior designer to help you choose a door style, hardware and finish.Find a home improvement pro
Ventana Construction LLC
Greenlake Custom Home
Is this a "smooth lap" siding by Hardie, or their "cedarmill" woodgrain-look siding? I am having to decide between the two and trying to find examples of the woodgrain. I know it's a tough question that can probably only be answered by the builder/owner...but thought I would give it a shot
Hi Carol! You haven't said who told you to use the material. Not sure where you are located, but if you consult with your general contractor and possibly the local lumber supplier, that should yield an answer that will be appropriate for where you live. There are a wide variety of
two options will have a real impact on how your home looks and may require a building permit. I would recommend consulting with a local contractor or architect to find the solution that's right for your home. Good luck!
Hello. Is this brick from General Shale? If so, can you tell me which color it is? It is absolutely beautiful! Thank you!
Love this room. I saw somebody else asked the dimensions, but I couldn't find the answer.What are they please?
used, my advice would be to show the picture to your contractor and see what he thinks.
Thanks so much for the compliment! Unfortunately, the wallpaper here was chosen by the client and we have no information on it. I apologize, if I can find that info I will let you know as soon as possible. In
In the mean time, here are the links to two websites that you may be able to find something similar on. Hope this helps! http://www.tangletree-interiors.co.uk/wallpaper/baker-lifestyle/homes-gardens-ii-wallpaper/bell-flower/bell-flower---pw7802001---silverbiscuit/ http://us.farrow-ball.com/pattern
Michael Robert Construction
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
Michael Robert Conatruction, I love this stain! My contractor is staining our maple staircase this weekend. Can I achieve this same look with maple? If so, what was used after the ebony gel stain? Thanks
Yes. Most stair runners are custom. The "runners" you see online and in stores are generally for hallways or long Narrow spaces.
Am I missing something in regards to finding this rug long enough for stairs? Everything I see online is too short to cover a full set of stairs. any assistance in resourcing
purchase if you look at the other questions on this photo. But, in short, you should find your answer here: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/207000/I-would-like-to-have-the-name-of-the-carpet-#comments