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Brooke Wagner Design
7 Reviews
How tall of a baseboard and crown can I get away with using? Thanks for your help!
Hi there, thanks for your inquiry! This home was done a couple years ago. We picked it up at a local
Thanks so much for your interest! These floors are hickory with a custom stain mixed on site. Thanks
Hi, Thanks for your interest! This color is by Farrow & Ball (Railings) -BWD
This wall color is called Stonington Gray by Benjamin Moore. Thanks for your interest, -BWD
“Like our black door” — kareerw
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
Wine Country Living
interesting if you're going for stained glass. "echo the elements in the landscape.
number of windows on or around your front door but want a little privacy, consider installing stained glass. This will turn your foyer into a focal point and
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.
“solid door” — smstren
Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Want your house to stand out beside all the other homes on the block? We have two words
An interesting way to make your property pop is a brightly colored front door in contrast to a dark exterior color. This glossy metal fire engine red door
make for an intriguing entry, one you almost want to go into just because you're curious to know what's behind the door.
front door painted in high-gloss red paint. That said, it’s time to get out your paint brushes!Next: Browse great weekend projectsDIY: Sit Pretty With Mismatched
A red door certainly works if you're not ready to make the entire house red. The red door became popular in
“closet door” — azieli1970
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Faux hides. If you're like me and love the look of hide but just don't want it in your home, faux is the way to go! Jonathan Adler
with an interesting frame adds style and gives you a great spot to check your face before you dash out the door.
Adler has a great wool option that will add a funky twist to your space while still being kind to our beloved bovine.
our color creativity, it is an animal-friendly option, too. Clever. More: Your Guide to HidesDecorating With ZebraCrocodile Rocks20 Leopard-Print Finds
“Mirror” — beckyzulkosky
Francesca Owings Interior Design
1 Review
Point West at Macatawa Park
excess personal items is essential to making your home look its best to potential buyers. Less stuff will make your space look larger, which is almost always
envision living an organized life in your house.If you need to get a lot of furniture and accessories out of your home while it’s on the market, think
think about renting a storage unit. The cost could be worth it if it means your house shows better and sells faster (and hopefully for more money).
“Entrance closet” — tomer100
P. Scinta Designs, LLC
19 Reviews
Olympia Hills
Thank you for your interest in our project. These doors were already installed when we started this project. We did have our general contractor remove
Thank you for your interest in our project. I assume you are asking about the wall color?
Thank you so much for your kind feedback. Actually the doors were already in the house when we starting
more accurate answer. Sorry I couldn't be of much help. Best of luck with your new build! Peggy
“Mirror” — sstrenger
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
the project chose the entry color. Best to choose a blue that works for your unique space and lighting conditions.
be used as an alternative to dining chairs, especially if you don't want your guests to linger too long after dinner! Seriously though, they are also great
rest of the home. I imagine the cold stone feels incredibly refreshing on your toes during those muggy Austin summers!
find a piece that really speaks to you and let it drive the direction of your design. In the foreground, an entryway borrows a bold accent color from the
rest of the home. I imagine the cold stone feels incredibly refreshing on your toes during those muggy Austin summers.Browse 10 ways to embrace bold blue
“Moder wood trim” — dereiro
Doni Flanigan
6 Reviews
Doni Flanigan Interior Design Artist
contribution is free and if your project is published, we will send you a copy for free. We can also sign a contract for publishing your projects. Would you
We would like to publish your projects!!!
you mind telling me your opinion about this? Or could you please tell me who is in charge of the publication? For more information, you can also view our
to know if you remember the name of the background marble. Thank you for your time.
“stairs” — ines_fantar
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