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Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Miami-Foyer
Ideabooks13,424
Questions21
I have black furniture mostly with a few tan and camel accents. I'm worried about the pinky undertones from shaker and your rooms look great in terms of balanced neutrals.
“Colors” — dmhopkins
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Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
West Vancouver Residence
Ideabooks8,028
Questions1
Very nice fourier in terms of layout and stand-alone staircase.
“Floor plan” — amped
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Foyer
Ideabooks19,797
Questions13
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“Mirror” — jtjz11898
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks14,278
Questions19
boxes? I have had to choose between a beveled 1.75 inch or a smaller simpler 1.5 inch that is more of a cornered round. Not sure if that is the correct term but I am having trouble deciding if the "heavier" look would look better even though I like a "clean" look.
“Table” — serg09
Robert Young Architects
entry
Ideabooks1,995
Questions0
move freely but also take in water views. In this project there is a synergy between old and new that is apparent; the shingle volumes are minimal in terms of palette and decoration, just like the glass wall pieces. This is due to the fact this project is actually all new construction, with the gabled pieces
Cambuild
4 Reviews
Chatsworth
Ideabooks4,046
Questions6
Red alert. This centre-hung front door is a show stopper in terms of both design and colour. Fire engine red is the perfect choice for a door making such a bold statement.
“Very unique” — csmiley30
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Blue Seas
Ideabooks1,662
Questions2
The term “porthole” is thought to have surfaced sometime in the 1400s. Portholes were once used mainly on ocean vessels to pull light and air into their deep, dark hulls. Then they moved into homes and stuck around, becoming wonderful additions to beach houses, lakeside cottages and other homes.The porthole
“driftwood mirror” — Ashlee Fitch
splyce design
Russet
Ideabooks2,285
Questions3
gives the term "floating stairs" a whole new meaning!
“Concrete staies” — Scarlett Built Homes
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