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After Design
16 Reviews
FALSE CREEK CONDO
Ideabooks45,479
Questions18
where did you get the picture frames?
Multi level mounting of items on picture wall
color and great idea for the pictures.
Could see this hallways filled with pictures of us:)
Salon hanging pictures
All pics framed same.
pictures covering the walls
wall n picture frames
Pictures in pretty frames everywhere!
Picture wall ideas...picture stacking...hallway w/ pictures...Wall of pictures
“Paint color” — tilley01
BGDB Interior Design
9 Reviews
Logan Circle Residence
Ideabooks294
Questions0
Love the pictures in more modern style.
Family picture display
Hallway picture gallery. Same frames
Hall pictures...Pictures on wall...picture wall
“Like the frames and lineup” — greendisco
Albrecht Wood Interiors
6 Reviews
Albrecht Wood Interiors
Ideabooks615
Questions1
The. Floor is Stunning , picture is beautiful
Impact of distance, black trim, ceiling,big bright pictures
“columns” — Nakia Loizz Layne Ard
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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Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Sleeping Loft
Ideabooks13,592
Questions12
curtains are built in beds each adorned with a nautical reading light and built-in hideaway niches. The space is light and airy with painted gray floors, all white walls, old rustic beams and headers, wood paneling, tongue and groove ceilings, dormers, vintage rattan furniture, mid-century painted pieces,
Can you tell me about the floors? It's hard to tell from the picture...is it cement? I just love this house! Thank you!
Thank you for responding, I couldn't tell from the pictures.
added the rope to extend the length and personalize the look. Here is the link: http://www.potterybarn.com/products/outdoor-grommet-drape/?pkey=cview-all-rugs-windows-outdoor You can learn more about the rope detail on our blog. http://blog.rethinkdesignstudio.com/category/diy/
“Bright White” — reinegwyn
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks6,865
Questions6
I have been looking for a fainting couch like the one pictured for years. Where is it?
elegant picture on the wall. You should add one picture light on it to make it stand out and show more value
and if you want real durability, I would suggest and oil-based enamel. You may want to prime the floors first. I suggest waiting 24 hours between all layers of paint, as well as keeping the room warm so that the paint will dry quicker and more evenly. 2. Using a roller, paint on a layer of the paint
color looks filled enough, wait for it to dry and then paint over with an oil-based polyurethane clear coat. Oil paint can be a real pain, but with all of the beatings that your floor gets, it is the way to go for longevity. For a modern look, try a bold high gloss color. For a more traditional approach
“Floor/bookcase” — bridges33
De Mattei Construction
8 Reviews
Interior Entry
Ideabooks311
Questions0
Blow up picture at end of halls.
Picture on whole wall
enlarge pictures...Niche picture...Large picture
“This is so cool. What a way to pay tribute to your ancestors.” — caroline7220
Michelle Turchini
Gallery Wall in Hallway
Ideabooks71
Questions0
Instead of all black and white, add blues and soft oranges, as I want the house interiors to be
Good picture and light
picture wall
“Hall” — nikkiblanchard
RUFproject
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
Ideabooks827
Questions3
Hi, we recently installed basalt tile throughout our house. Can you please share some tips on how to get the consistent sheen as seen in this picture? Ours are smudgy with inconsistent sheen. Also, recommendations for sealants against staining? Ours were sealed before and after install but are
TVS= Total Vision System (glass wall) On the TVS system, we have an aluminum channel set flush at the floor and ceiling, otherwise all connections are sealed glass units connected by structural silicon, with structural glass fins set to the interior
Another one of the clients' requirements (in addition to the all-glass exterior) was absolutely no drywall. Solid partitions between rooms are therefore faced with wood: white oak in the public spaces and a different
“Relaxing” — goldielock03
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