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Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
Ideabooks4,203
Questions2
I'm the Photographer not the contractor. Sorry, I don't know.
Dude... I'm the photographer not the contractor. See my response above.
They are Aspen Trees. They are not growing or alive. I'm the photographer not the building contractor. You could contact Faye Crowe Architect about the stone.
2012 Jon Eady Photographer
Jon Eady Photographer
“Ramas sobre pared para patio” — Arturo Hillerns
Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
Ideabooks2,067
Questions2
I don't know. I'm the photographer not the contractor, sorry... Jon
I'm the photographer not the contractor. Please contact the architect Faye Crowe and she can direct you to the answers you seek. ...
2012 Jon Eady Photographer
Jon Eady Photographer
“trees” — Rand Gaynor
Joshua Lawrence Studios INC
2 Reviews
Dwell on Despard
Ideabooks140K
Questions19
Being a photographer myself I understand what you mean. However. When reading a question like mine I think it must be pretty clear to the photographer that I am not a very experienced Houzz user. He could perhaps describe how to contact
professionals: in this case the developer seems to be Urban Core Ventures. Contact them with your design questions, and also realize that if the photographer had not posted pictures you'd have heard neither of the designer nor this project.
Sorry I can't help you I'm just the photographer. Contact Urban Core Ventures (...) for info.
“Shelving” — kiphare
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
hall
Ideabooks4,027
Questions4
The wattage ratings measure how much electricity the bulb actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels.
to a 60-watt incandescent. The wattage ratings measure how much electricity the bulb actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for
to a 60-watt incandescent. The wattage ratings measure how much electricity the bulb actually uses, not the amount of light it gives off. If you can afford it, use dimmers on every circuit for maximum control of light levels. It can compensate for overlamping (using a bulb with a too-high wattage for
“lighting” — towella
InterDesign Studio
5 Reviews
Jamie Snavley
Ideabooks2,120
Questions1
Oh, this is lovely, and I wish I could afford it
Nice use of photographs
framed photographs
“Family pictures and keyboard” — aakrithi
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
7 Austin Terrace
Ideabooks4,246
Questions4
Hi, I am the photographer. Please ask the designers listed on this project. Thanks.
Hi, thank you for your question. I am the photographer for this project. If you review the photo credits you will see the interior designers
Hi, thank you for your question. I am the photographer for this project. If you review the photo credits you will see the interior designers name and information. Thanks.
I am the photographer. Sorry! Designer credits are listed on the image.
“mirror” — unnaverage
Arnal Photography
8 Reviews
Semi-detached reno
Ideabooks729
Questions2
Arnal Photography This homeowner renovated semi-detached home in Toronto is one of those rare spaces I recently photographed for a realtor friend. From what the homeowner has told me, the stained glass and light fixtures were with the house… in the attic… when they purchased it. Over a period of years
charm of the home. Not afraid of bright colour, the daughter’s room is a shocking shade of orange, but somehow, it works! Unfortunately, being the photographer, I have little information on sourcing aside from knowing that the kitchen is from Ikea. That said, I think this is a space that holds inspiration
As the photographer, not the builder or designer, I'm going to take a guess here and say roughly 6 feet wide. I'm basing that on a fairly standard staircase width of homes from 1940'ish being 30 - 36 inches. Hopefully this helps.
“Faux brick entry” — leisuretex
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Urban Homestead
Ideabooks15,955
Questions9
The light in the photograph is from House of Troy.
Master Bedroom has not yet been photographed
common use of a hallway is as a family portrait gallery. To really make a statement, consider using all black and white photos. Or, if using color photographs, use all the same frame for a cohesive look. And, most important, don't forget lighting. Treat the area as a gallery and bring in some way to highlight
“hallway” — Tracy Talu
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