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is this floor plan available to view?
I love the paint color. What is it? Thanks for your help.
you view this floor plan ? firstname.lastname@example.org
We love your kitchen. What are the dimensions of the kitchen?
Open floor plan family room & kitchen
Floor plan...Open floor plan...Floor plan
Brandon Architects, Inc.
Thank you for your comment! For information on the sectional couch we have to refer you to the builder and interior designer at Patterson Construction in Newport Beach (also on Houzz.com)
Thank you for your question! The dimensions are approximately 19 feet wide
floors, which I do not have. Would appreciate any more info, thank you in advance for your time.
Thank you for your comment. I believe these are 4" can lights.
Thank you for your comment! To confirm the manufacturer I'd suggest contacting the builder and interior designer Patterson Construction Corp. (also on Houzz)
Thank you for your question! To confirm the manufacturer I'd suggest contacting the builder and interior designer Patterson Construction Corp. (also on Houzz)
Traditional Family Room
local art galleries. Best luck with your project! Ernesto Garcia, ASID Phoenix - Los Angeles
Hi Laverne, Here are some tips: 1) Measure the width of your window and add 2" to each side 2) Roll out a piece of paper wide enough to match the desire height of your valances and cut it into the length
tape or pick another color from the main pattern (one that will stand out a bit so the buttons don't get lost). Good luck and let me know how your projects come out! As I always say..."Escape the ordinary: be courageous" Ernesto Garcia, ASID Phoenix - Los Angeles
where you want your swags to begin and end) 4) You are ready to cut you pattern! - Lay your paper on the floor and draw the swags between the drawn lines of the window mullions - You want your swags to drop at about one fourth or one fifth of the valance's total height. 5) Go to your fabric supply store
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenfield Hill Residence
through the questions and see that you had the sofa and chairs made. Would you please tell me more about your design process for this space? How did you determine the colors to use? What was your thought process for developing the draperies? A wonderful job, thank you for sharing it.
Do you have photos of your entire house? Would like to see it all.
your question was "where can I see my ideabook" Not sure!
love this color combination in your house!
others who execute the design. When to hire one: You may have a clear vision for your home, but an interior designer can help you bring it to life while making sure it satisfies nitty-gritty considerations such as space planning. A trained eye and a creative mind-set allow for devising solutions that you
Kathryn Long, ASID
I have a customer that likes the look of this stone and would like to see if I can locate the supplier of the stone for them, Thank you for your time.
set of plans, I can give you some approximate numbers: the fireplace opening is about 40" wide and the two sides of stone are probably close to 20" each. The bookcases are about 30" wide each. A design professional can help make sure your design will work in your space. Good luck with your design
inquire on this house plan. You can print out the floorplan from their website. The actual blue print/schematic to build is $20,000. I had to pass. :/ Absolutely beautiful design but the cost of the schematic was unreasonable for me. Here is the link directly to the floor plan. http://www.plattarchitecture
Insidesign Remodel Project
Thank you for your interest in our project. Insidesign provided all of the woodworking for this project - cabinetry, millwork, doors and flooring. The furniture and accessories were provided by the interior designer on the project and you can learn more about them and find the answer to your question at
Thank you for your interest in our project. Unfortunately, I do not have the dimensions for TV. Sorry I couldn't help!
Thank you for your interest in our project. Insidesign provided all of the woodworking for this project - cabinetry, millwork, doors and flooring.
interior designer on the project and you can learn more about them and find the answer to your question at www.fowlerinteriors.com. Sorry I couldn't help! You can also learn more about our products and services at www.myinsidesign.com. Thanks!
Crestwood Construction Inc.
Martis Camp - Sweet Simplicity
regarding your custom sectional inquiry: our sectionals are custom made to order. any size, any fabric or leather, any color. you dream it, we make it, and it won't break the bank ;) check out our profile for hundreds of finished projects. xoxo eva http://www.houzz.com/pro/thesofaworks/__public http://www
what is your address? We do picture lighting at www.conocoweb.com
If you can, put the TV in its own room. Rather than letting the TV take center stage in an open-plan living space, consider moving it into a separate space. Not having the TV in the main living space makes it easier to avoid turning it on “just because
Is this barn door what you're talking about spence? I like it.
letting the TV take center stage in an open-plan living space, consider moving it into a separate space. Not having the TV in the main living space makes it easier to avoid turning it on “just because.”
have one built in our living room. Is this something you can do for us? Or, is there someone you recommend in our area? Beautiful room!! Thanks for your time, Suzanne
Would appreciate you telling me the size of the room. I have a small living room 12' x 12 '4" and would love to recreate your look. Thank you.
What is the height of the buffets in your unit? We are designing built-ins and are unsure if we should do a 30" 32" or 36" buffet on the bottom. We also plan to hang the TV on the wall. Thank you.
is TVCoverUps. Framed art(including your own) or Mirror adds to the room's decor, with the hidden TV & Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it really is: http://youtu.be/05bwMqaAS5Y
Yeah 2sell4u, what's your damn question?