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Attractive Listing
21 Sovereign
Attractive Listing
Attractive Listing
“Skyline treatment” — lexingtonhouse
JR McDowell Homes
JR McDowell Homes
My client ordered this light, so not exactly sure. Found an advertisement that lists it as a Corbett Vertigo pendant light. Hope your search turns it up!
10. Outliers. At the end of your project, expect one or two punch-list items that will take longer to resolve than anything else. It may be a light fixture that arrives broken or the very last two pieces of tile. The important thing is to get the final details right, even if they take a little longer
“love the light fitting” — Laura Raby-Anderson
6 Reviews
Traditional Home Napa Valley Showcase House
into a traditional or rustic setting, [modern rugs] can add vibrancy, a touch of the unexpected and a striking counterpoint.” — Jason LeesLees has a list of fantastic suggestions about how to integrate a more modern rug into a traditional setting. These include repeating colors, going soft and subtle
“The color of the room at the end, creating a focal point through the long hallway” — Eva Horner
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.
Taste Design Inc
7 Reviews
Fair Winds
in this photo. It's much more interesting and may be a better vantage point.I'd love to hear your tips for creating great photos for real estate listings. How did you take photos when selling your home? What's your opinion on the use of a fish-eye lens for this kind of photography?
“for dining room” — tsevnikrb
Jennifer Bevan Interiors
Although most interior photos in magazines are shot with the lights off, it is usually best to turn on all lights for listing photos. That means every overhead, pot light and lamp in the room. Those spots of light draw your eye to every corner of the space, so that a buyer
“Floors” — iseberg
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
passage. Get a two-for-one deal with this corridor that acts as an office and a butler's pantry. Write down recipes, read cookbooks or make grocery lists on one side while organization and storage live on the other.
“office/ butler's pantry” — comfy by design
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Last House on the Left
Bibliophiles may have a library similar to this one on their wish list — two full stories of storage, accessed with a classic rolling ladder.
“lang likes the book cases” — Rene Sias
Lisa Whittaker
Custom resale designed by architect Curtis Gelotte, constructed by Design Guild Homes. Photography by Michael Walmsley
“Wood color” — cnanders
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