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Rudloff Custom Builders
31 Reviews
Berwyn, PA Portico
Ideabooks1,925
Questions3
Thank you, we had several colors to choose from.
Roll out a big rug. Why stick with itty-bitty doormats when you can offer guests a big, cheerful outdoor rug instead? A larger rug on a small stoop will help the area seem more
4. Roll out a big rug. Why stick with itty-bitty doormats when you can offer guests a big, cheerful outdoor rug instead? A larger rug on a small stoop will help the area seem more
more spacious — a tiny doormat tends to break up the space. A big rug on the porch also does wonders for hiding imperfect floors!” “Roll out a big rug. Why stick with itty-bitty doormats when you can offer guests a big, cheerful outdoor rug instead? A larger rug on a small stoop will help the area seem more
“Front door” — hdcseven
Amelie de Gaulle Interiors
5 Reviews
Downtown penthouse
Ideabooks4,373
Questions4
Where can I order the paper from (if it is in fact paper)? My searches are coming up with not the greatest looking paper which is why I'm wondering if this is done by hand with single sheets of gold leaf. Thank you!
illustrate "less is more" at its best. contemporary entry by Amelie de Gaulle Interiors Amelie de Gaulle Interiors Save to Ideabook Email Photo 1. Choose high-quality and beautiful material, then let it stand on its own. In this entryway, the wall is simply stunning in its own right. The gold leaf wall
1. Choose high-quality and beautiful material, then let it stand on its own. In this entryway, the wall is simply stunning in its own right. The gold leaf wall treatment glows with warmth. No need for art or console table in front of it. It is complete all by itself.
“Guest loo roof” — mikechevex
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
1 Review
Minnesota Private Residence
Ideabooks9,991
Questions10
creates a very elegant, Art Deco feel. Even with so much contrast, this look is still a blank canvas for adding any other color. To lessen the drama, choose a slightly-softer white. In this space, you see how the wall color is a bit more toned down as compared to the crisp white trim and doors. Paint
are not enough to teach you how to build a stair (that's one of the most complicated things a carpenter does), they will help you understand how and why they are laid out the way the are. Now let's talk about the way stairs look. After all, there is beauty in the function of a staircase — a well-designed
creates a very elegant, Art Deco feel. Even with so much contrast, this look is still a blank canvas for adding any other color. To lessen the drama, choose a slightly-softer white. In this space, you see how the wall color is a bit more toned down as compared to the crisp white trim and doors. Paint
“Stairs” — daisy_anne
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Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks24,844
Questions21
overdue for an edit. Accessories and tchotchkes are collected over the years and nothing stands out, even if all the items individually are lovely. Choose a favorite piece to take the role of the focal point, then a couple of supporting characters, and stash the rest.
coat tree is a practical way to hang things you won't need until later. I like the thought of seeing my favorite scarves and hats as I come and go. Why hide the things you find beautiful and visually stunning? I like this one made from reclaimed roots.
color you'd pick — or post a photo of your own beloved front door! More: 7 Ways to Make the Front Entry Matter AgainCurb Appeal: The Front DoorHow to Choose an Exterior DoorMore front-door photos
“black bannister/newel matching black front door” — ambsuther
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Bowman Entry
Ideabooks5,293
Questions11
open concept indoor outdoor feel. So do I choose a tile or wood or cork flooring in a very light color that somehow can give me this feeling . So few products come in shades similar to stained concrete and that ones that do are expense for me.Or do I choose a black wood floor since no other color seems
Ok I am in a serious dilemma and basically losing my mind..lol... I thought long and hard about what floor is best for the house but o.m.g. why is it so hard to decide? I want the overlay stained concrete and even found someone to do it for 5 bux a sq ft. I truly feel this is what works best
obviously works with concrete and you plz take a look at my pictures on the discussion forum and tell me what color floor and type of floor you would choose if this was your project? Thank you so much
“Door” — fred36096
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Craftsman
Ideabooks48,680
Questions30
why does the slate look like its laid with no grout?
Why post this picture if you're not going to say where/how to buy the items shown or have any info listed? Very frustrating!
saying that you don't want to hide these materials under too many rugs, but if you do bring floor coverings in, keep them true to the color scheme, choose a natural weave and don't get too ornate with the pattern. Look closer: Avoid flooring that looks too uniform, edgy or mass produced (this is not the
“Floor and door” — greenwoodindiana
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Green Gambrel Entry
Ideabooks39,649
Questions22
Why is this house in the farmhouse catagory? Farmhouse?
Colors always appear different under different lighting conditions, monitor settings and photo prints - This is why you shouldn't make a color choice for your home based on a photograph of someone elses home viewed on a computer screen or in a magazine.
likely be different than what the paint will look like in real life. We always suggest getting samples or chips and trying them in your own home before choosing a paint color.
“Paint” — masonja
Horizon Habitats
Rose Bay residence I
Ideabooks101
Questions0
heat for comfort in summer and echoes the beauty of our sandy beaches.WHY IT WORKS: It gives the clean refreshing appeal of white without looking too stark.WHERE TO USE IT: Indoors or out. It’s a high-maintenance choice so choose a washable paint. And avoid placing it in high-traffic areas indoors where
“Minimalista” — Glory Tanon
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