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Jason Snyder
Eric Fisher Residence
High ceiling entry, rest of the home low
Advantages of 2D CAD:Cost effective; low initial investmentDrafting concepts are basic and easy to learnQuick means of generating 2D document setsIndustry-standard file conventions (.DWG, .DXF) ensure you’ll be able to collaborate and exchange data with
“Wall Space to Hang Paintings, Photos” — battashy
Tina Kuhlmann
No 2
I've been looking for this color combination for our exterior front door. If you could help me to learn how to acheive this color I would be greatful.
If you like these doors, we have a door that is similar for a great value. And it comes with a 5 year warranty. http://www.doors4home.com/p-2099-marfl6-2.aspx
“Potted plants” — momof3boys417
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A glimpse into the space...
Thank you, I'm still learning how to use all the good tools in Houzz.
This Manhattan apartment brings in bursts of color via paintings like this one. See the rest of this home.
“the door” — tkregan
MAK Design + Build Inc.
8 Reviews
design! We carry the Emtek Stuttgart Lever Set in the Satin Nickel finish in our showroom and on our website. Please feel free to come to our site to learn more about this product and others we carry and to purchase: http://focalpointhardware.com/emtek-stuttgart-lever-set-p-15793.html If you have further
Dilemma: An Open EntrywayThis is such a common scenario, especially in smaller homes: The front door opens directly into the main living space, with no defined foyer or hall. In this situation the challenge is creating a transition from outside to inside without breaking the flow of the rest of the space
“Door” — vasterblue
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Attic Remodel
Learn more about how better design makes your home a more fulfilling place to live on our blogs at www.rtastudio.blogspot.com and www.architectinheels.com
“Cubbies” — hh2beach
mackmiller design+build
26 Reviews
Meadowlark Lane Residence Lower Level 1
the beginning, but you will have something long lasting and beautiful. Otherwise you risk having something long lasting ugly and hard to change. To learn some more about Venetian plaster and the less impressive knockoffs see http://www.stuccoitalianoinc.com/venetian-plaster/fact-or-fiction-5-things-y
types are endless. The layering, burnishing and use of other materials such as colored wax are best handled by an expert. I have three rooms in my home with three different types of Venetian plaster finishes, one coarse and two smooth. Each time I watched and thought I could easily do it. But by the
“Entry” — kobephoebe2000
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Keep Calm
Where may this rug be purchased?...learn dimensions, color choices, etc.
Wood. This is the original stair case in a century home.
“Staircase” — belkysh
Eran Turgeman - Photographer
Industrial Design
I wanna start a business in Architecture Photography. both interior / exterior and I 'd love to learn from experts
high glass floors, cool design home
“Looks like a studio/studio room” — sarapang
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