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Sound Beach Partners LLC
2 Reviews
English Country House in Mid-Country Greenwich
Ideabooks78
Questions0
English Country House in Mid-Country Greenwich
painted white with wood woring together
The paint color in hall
“Like the skirting” — october4
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Bill Frame Custom Homes Ltd
3 Reviews
Private Residence 3
Ideabooks70
Questions1
This house is perfect, maybe more marble floors and a dif design to the exterior
what color paint is this?
“This house is perfect, maybe more marble floors and a dif design to the exterior” — Stephanie Godfrey
Trebilcock & Associates Architects
1 Review
Chelmer House 2
Ideabooks33
Questions1
What are the paint colours used in this stunning home?
Chelmer House 2...White paint
“Stairwell” — Poppy Bevan Architecture and Interiors
SORAA
Bay Area Home - LED Lighting Upgrade
Ideabooks1
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MR16 Lamps provide superior color quality and rendering. Dramatic yet subdued and perfectly balanced illumination renders the owners' beautiful curated art collection and carefully appointed interiors in amazingly clear detail and rich, natural color throughout the house. Photography: George Gruel.
“Lighting on painting” — nccdesigns
Marris Building Concepts
2 Reviews
North Melbourne
Ideabooks70
Questions0
wall colour
Hall paint and lights
Colour scheme and floors
Nice floor house
“Lights” — cazjmilles
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
Hall Floor Detail
Ideabooks22
Questions0
like the colour of til
farm house
H2D Architecture + Design
12 Reviews
Seattle Green Custom Home
Ideabooks27
Questions0
Wood color abd sleek modern lones
Wood color and sleek simple lines
school house lights...zero VOC paint
“For library...” — calnicky
Zivkovic Connolly Architects
5 Reviews
Manhattan Penthouse
Ideabooks44
Questions1
worked. Because oak can vary in color (some is more yellow or red than others), the stain combination would look different on another sample of oak. I suggest you experiment by staining several small pieces from the batch of wood that will actually be used in the house. It's fun! You'll enjoy it and
“Color” — catmartin13
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