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Nest Design Studio
King West Bachelor Suite
love your design. I am sorry if someone already asked this question. I couldn't find it On the website. How do you reapholster your chairs. I would like to use the same fabric? You mentioned that it is your own. Would there be a way to purchase it? Thank you for your time.
in my house, table, Schedule, complete as it is.Where can I order,
I like it that I can see and I want to have in my house, table, Schedule, complete as it is.Where can I order, where can I buy it?Thanks for these wonderful things so that I can see you.
here. Your work is stunning! I wish you were in NJ to help me with my new house. I keep second guessing myself as I haven't designed in years, and all of our belongings have been in storage since June so I'm working from memory!! Yikes. (My girls loved seeing Charlie on your pages, too!)
dSPACE Studio Ltd
coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision to convert the building
level houses a custom cinema. Sustainable elements are seamlessly integrated throughout and include renewable materials, high-efficiency mechanicals and thermal envelope, restored original mahogany windows with new high-performance low-E glass, and a green roof.
I don't have a specific question, but I just wanted to comment on how stunning your work is. We fell in love with this project.
I love your image and I was wondering if I can use it on my website.
Queen Anne Residence 06
love your foyer pendant! can you tell me where you bought it?
Can you tell me the brand of your floor tiles?
you get your stair railing from?
Savoy House brand; Cavalier pendant light
The lighting in that room; the camera used to take the photo; and your computer monitor, all affect the color that you see. If you can trace back the photo by viewing the image properties you might ask the original source? The other thing you can do is import
import the image into Photoshop and grab the hex value of the color... and if that all sounds like a foreign language you can just take your computer to the paint store and they can color-match it for you. Good Luck
will make your entry truly yours. A rug will define the space, especially if the entry is part of a larger space such as a living room. A mirror can make the space seem larger, as well as allow a last-minute visual check before heading out the door. An entryway is a great spot for a signature piece of furniture
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
Green Oaks Atherton
thanks for your question and I appreciate your interest in this design. In answer to your question regarding plans for sale, I'm actually in business to provide a service, not a product. I work with property owners to create a design that meets their vision for a specific property. 'Floor Plans' are a by-product
project images you see on Houzz are posted to inspire you, and show you what can be achieved. If you'd like to find out more about how we can apply our design expertise on your behalf, please contact me via email or telephone. Regards, Ellis A. Schoichet AIA 650.343.3452 or houzz@EASAarchitecture.com
for. The images you see on Houzz are posted to inspire you, and show what can be achieved. If you'd like to find out more about how we can apply our design expertise on your behalf, please contact me via email or telephone. Regards, Ellis A. Schoichet AIA 650.343.3452 or info@EASAarchitecture.com
Siemasko + Verbridge
the pool house interior and exterior. Photo Credit: Eric Roth
a jpg image of the paper? I know you mentioned not having info on exact paper -- I can have someone custom make something similar. Thanks so much!!
Glad your clients like the paper! We don't have an up close image of the wallpaper. Only thing we have available is what is provided in this image.
again! Your work is amazing.
Thanks for your interest in the stair. This entire entry
Thanks for your question! You can find a similar star pendant on the site listed below. The 20" one was used here. http://www.shopgreige.com/catalog/products/lighting/chandeliers/star-pendant-chandelier
Thanks for your question! Unfortunately, we don't have the documentation on this specific wallpaper
Paul Moon Design
email with your rough opening to email@example.com. Cheers.
It is in my images under the Yarrow House.
Where can I access a complete picture of the outside of this house? I would like to see the proportion
you for your help! Paul Moon love your style.
Hi Jen - I would not use faux shake. Cedar is a bit of maintenance but you can't beat its richness. I don't think you will achieve this look if you don't use real wood. Thank you for the kind words and good luck with your house.
saw this house featured in Traditional Home....Stunning!! Can you give me advice...I'm building this style in Dallas. Should I use a faux shake? Do you recommend any that look good...this style is not built often at all here. I'm worried that real Cedar will be hard to maintain....your thoughts???
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
T Eatons Loft Entrance
more of your work? Loved all the pictures in this loft. Thanks for sharing.
I would love to see photos of the rest of your house. Are there any other pictures?
love the black doors , am thinking of doing that through out the house. Should i paint the trims black as well or white?
in the house? Thank you.
have in your home? Take a piece of cardboard or posterboard, paint it black and hold it up next to your trim so you can get the idea of how it will look.
fix the house for our 4 kids before Christmas eeek : )
Your window frames will look fine if you keep them white. But use the Houzz search box to find some photos of window mullions done in a dark color--in the right space they look fantastic!
How I'd like the bones of my house to look.
Coates Design Architects Seattle
This image captures the main entry to the home. All of the wood used for the bench on the left came from one large tree that was on-site. It was milled on-site and kiln-dried locally. A lot of this wood was also used on the inside as finish trim... so the tree never really left the site! Also in
in this image are LED lights and an off-the-shelf ground-face masonry block that is used in a manner that makes the pedestrian material seem rather elegant. The pavers to the left of the walkway leading up to the front door are reclaimed. photo credit: Lara Swimmer
put on your ceiling boards ? thank you
to ask your Firm. But first, let me concur with the previous person - it does indeed look beautiful. And what's more, I often visit your firm's site and that of Tom Kundig's as your firms have some of the most spectacular (warm NW Modern) architecture I've ever seen. True eye candy that's incredibly calming