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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
room, but installing such a window really makes an impact on this landing. I think I'd plop down on that window seat and forget why I was ever going up or down the stairs.
“Picture window” — tyso0023
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Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
5 Reviews
Installed in the waterfall style, this carpet flows continuously down the stairs, tacked where necessary.
“LOVE!!!!!” — creativemuse301
Clarkson Potter
Darryl Carter's The Collected Home
Consider installing a special padding or a cork subfloor for sound absorption. Hard surfaces on an upper level can be noisy below.• Consider the durability of flooring materials in high-traffic areas.• Specifying the direction of the flooring, if optional, can visually enhance the sense of space.
“Table” — tonyinteriors
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
new project
organized by installing cubbies. Build them with different compartments for large and small items, and don’t forget hooks for jackets.
“Background accent color, top cubby” — ppetrelli100
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
recommend installing a baseboard along with the concrete floor as well, even though you think you may not need it. Just imagine what a dirty mop would leave behind in the crevice where the floor meets the wall if there were no baseboard. And it will make your choice look finished and intentional.
“Laminated wood” — Harryjit Singh
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Wine Country Living
consider installing stained glass. This will turn your foyer into a focal point and prevent passersby from getting a full look into your home. Tip: A similar effect can be created with vinyl to save on cost. Contact a local sign company to create this look for your home.
“Tree” — Ashyn Flanagan
Denilson Machado - MCA Estudio
Guilherme Torres House
neon installation by artist Pinky Wainer that reads "land of the free home of the brave" and a skull and crossbones welcome mat greet guests at the front entrance. The swinging front door is made of the same wooden muxarabie material as the mezzanine bathroom tub's ceiling (next).
“wall” — cawebster
Justine Sterling Design
10 Reviews
Kids Studio and Mudroom
flooring and installation of everything). The furniture, rugs and other accessories cost about $3,500. Bench, wardrobes: Stuva, Ikea
“cutest mirror” — Monica Prinkey
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