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Don Ziebell
1 Review
antique stone staircase
Ideabooks14,196
Questions13
stone floor for kitchen? Or too much stone?
“Staircase, floors, white washed beams.” — betteburrows
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Rosenberg Kolb Architects
1 Review
Salisbury Residential Home
Ideabooks715
Questions1
the 19th century farmhouses in the area. Large windows and ‘french’ doors open the living room and family room to the terrace and view. A large kitchen is open to the family room and also serves a formal dining room on the entrance side of the house. On the second floor a there is a spacious master
“sash big pane at bottom 3/6 at top” — a_honour
Franchesca Decorating
23 Reviews
Buckhead Estate
Ideabooks175
Questions0
Kitchen hall
“Cool” — ltjc
Magnolia Homes
2 Reviews
The Farmhouse
Ideabooks403
Questions0
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“Lights” — laweber84
KISTLER & KNAPP BUILDERS
3 Reviews
Historic Farm House Renovations and Additions
Ideabooks176
Questions2
Cafe curtains in kitchen or laundry. Like the softnesx
“pine” — khannon2
Boscolo Interior Design
1 Review
The Gatekeepers Cottage
Ideabooks444
Questions5
This dark a floor for rear kitchen
“floors” — alenakalamaris
chas architects
1 Review
Details
Ideabooks877
Questions0
Ceiling between kitchen and living room
“Patio” — Roopal Patel
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks4,055
Questions5
foot renovation and addition maintains the graciousness and carefully-proportioned spaces of the historic 1907 home. The new construction includes a kitchen and family living area, a master bedroom suite, and a fourth floor dormer expansion. The subtle palette of materials, extensive built-in cabinetry
“frames everywhere upstairs” — embdee
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