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Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Moraga Residence
I like the floating console. How much does it cost
I am loving this floating console box--can we make one with a different material that's nice.
them, or you can leave it ‘floating’ for a more streamlined look.TELL US…How do you keep your hallway clutter-free? Share your tips in the Comments.
What a smart way to make use of the odd niches of space that splits tend to have. These floating shelves
is a very handy spot for your electronic necessaries. The recessed niche makes things look much tidier than if they were all sitting on top of a shelf.
How can I purchase this or a
“Floating cabinets” — sheila henecke
Brian Watford ID
7 Reviews
you tell me how this beautiful, uninterrupted rail was achieved? Thank you
Could you please tell me how tall the console table is?
add my Christmas tree how do I set it up ?
Was wondering if anyone could give me a ballpark figure of how much a new stair railing
just how we wanted it so they built it that way. I find many crafts people are overly cautious and disregard the look sometimes, so they should make it
I really like how far away from the door
banister and stairs. Instead of saturating the area with color, the upholstered green ottomans provide a touch of green and soften what might have felt like an
How tall is the console table?...Who makes this console table and...How can I make a cool hang out in.
“Entry table” — Sharifa Toomer
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
does it open. I love how simple they are.
the pool and slice of the distant mountains topped by a vast, clear sky makes me want to run outside and see what lies beyond the limits of the window
moment to take it all in. And how wasteful would that be? Simple, clean and modern, this unobtrusive detail is soft enough to make you want to stay a while
(visible transmittance): How much visible-spectrum light transmits through a window. The higher the VT, the more visible light. Deciding how much visible light
light you want depends on how much daylighting you have and whether you need to reduce glare.
make this into a painting! the vue
“Fenêtre noir” — cesar2015
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Weedman Design Partners
6 Reviews
back door entry
the details or plans on how to make the shoe rack please.
Love the openess under the bench for heat vents and outlets. How does the bench connect to the wall and support weight from multiple people
so, this would be what I would advise. I believe our back cushion is upholstered on to a board, which is then hung using a cleat on the bench back. Good
How deep are the banquette seats? I'm having one built very soon. Thanks!
mounted to a painted board on the wall. I can't remember off hand the actual make and model of the hook, though.
For sunroom- I'll make the cushions for it.
How tall is the lip to prevent...How did you secure the cushions?
“Shoe rack.” — bitsy1023
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
The round chandelier in the great room is lovely. Can you tell me who makes it?
Can you tell me the make model of that door. It's beautiful
Did you find out who makes this door? It certainly is beautiful? In the process of a new built and
Love how light and comforting the space is
welcome like a cozy place to sit. This high-back, tufted settee helps to make the formal entry feel less imposing and more relatable, especially with the
Please share who makes this settee?
“Everything” — juliamjacksonsympatico
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
proportions are brought down to earth with primitive accessories and upholstered seating, while sunlight pours in from the second-story window. Inspired
Love how warm this room looks! Can you tell me the paint color and brand?
& the other is, I think, a pretty good verbal (no visuals) description of how to do the treatment. If you can locate a kit, there is an instructional video
We used throughout our home, but I think one of the best photo examples of how this technique can turn out would be the bathroom photo showing part of the
workability & subtlety to the technique. What we found is that is also makes the final finish more durable - a bonus. You'll have to play with your ratio
more workability & subtlety to the technique. What we found is that is also makes the final finish more durable - a bonus. You'll have to play with your ratio
“Perfect foyer seating” — stephpennock
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Tyrol Hills Modern
Who makes these mirrors and where can I find them?
that it doesn't get a lot of handprints, dog noses or other contact that makes it need cleaning as often as a window lower in the wall. I think you can
element: Colour can be extremely effective in a minimalist space, and the upholstered seat completes the look.
Who makes the gray tile? I love it combined with the warm wood
Love how the sliding door separates front door from entire house from intruders
element: Colour can be extremely effective in a minimalist space, and the upholstered seat completes the look.
Window across the mirror makes light
“Modern” — kazzystar
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
If you paint a stripe of contrasting color around your walls can that make the ceiling height look shorter. I already only have 8' ceilings.
Do you have any information on the hardwood floors. Love how wide they are !
It seems your main goal is to make the ceiling appear higher. So using a contrasting color as your stripe would
change colors mid wall, I recommend using trim as a transition. In order to make the ceiling seem taller, you need to take the color above the trim and wrap
I wander how this would look at the front entrance hmmm
Asymmetrical arrangements are a great way to make a center table look less formal.
Creating an asymmetrical arrangement is also a great way to make a centered table feel less formal. Try placing a large vase off center and
Upholstered seat, table and glass vase
“table, door” — Terry Duntley
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