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Great Neighborhood Homes
Great Neighborhood Homes
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GE Profile Countertop Microwave
Low profile entry light
“003” — Alex Bozovich
JRL Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Yorktowne Custom Kitchen
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GE Profile
“Mud room bench” — casondra
Distinctive Homes
3 Reviews
Entry
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GE Profile
Distinctive Homes
3 Reviews
Entry
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GE Profile
Distinctive Homes
3 Reviews
Entry Way
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GE Profile
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Art Gallery Addition
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pleased to offer drawings and instructions for the ‘Timber Door Canopy - No:5’. This 6 page design set has the dimensions, elevations and full size profiles needed for creating the door canopy like the one featured in the picture. To purchase a set of drawings and instructions, Please send a $75.00
pleased to offer drawings and instructions for the ‘Timber Door Canopy - No:5’. This 6 page design set has the dimensions, elevations and full size profiles needed for creating the door canopy like the one featured in the picture. To purchase a set of drawings and instructions, Please send a $75.00 (US)
“canopy” — davidhaime
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Brick Archway
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” says Muth. “The mason ended up creating a dozen mock-ups of various stone profiles and blends to help the family decide what really worked for them. Ultimately, they selected Eldorado Stone’s Orchard Cypress Ridge profile that offers a beautiful blend of stone sizes and colors.” “The generous use
scenario if we made the wrong choice. Luckily, Eldorado Stone really made it!” Eldorado Stone Profile Featured: Orchard Cypress Ridge with a khaki grout color (overgrout technique) Eldorado Brick Profile Featured: Cassis ModenaBrick with a khaki grout color (overgrout technique) Architect: South Coast
“Stone” — dancegina
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Entry
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What profile ( bead) did u use for drywall ceiling? ( bullnose or flat?)
picture molding profiles that are 4 inches wide or even wider. However, we do strongly recommend considering the different profiles and seeing which one will give you the look and shadow lines you want. If you can, we recommend getting a mock-up made from small pieces of each profile option so that
“moulding design” — hemabillo
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