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Weststarr Custom Homes,LLC.
SPANISH COLONIAL, Catalina Foothills, LOT 153
Design Directives, LLC
the craftsmanship is great but the room is to themed
style home office with hand-pl
real Eames 'La Fonda' chair produced by Vitra for the European market licensed by Herman Miller. I guess this one is from the 70s. I bought it second hand.
Beautiful craftsmanship & vintage-feel
Ultra-Unit Architectural Studio
Here's the answer to are they hand made... I'd love to use this type of material and shelves in the "cathedral" bedroom we have. The people who owned the house before us put on a high ceiling room that's not set up well. Once the bed is in not much room for anything else
Rough Hollow Parade Home 2010
The flooring is mesquite wood that was hand-scraped against the grain. Thank you for your question!
These are no longer simply stitched patchwork squares, but unique patterns and combinations, from herringbone, to chevron, to running bond. The craftsmanship is gorgeous, and the styling can be incredibly creative.
Eclectic Farm House
other and hand painting each shape.
4. Colorful cardboard-box wallpaper. A collection of old FedEx boxes went to good use for this wall covering — each box was cut into several shapes, layered on the wall and hand painted
Hand painted walls to look like wallpaper....cool! Would love to do something like this but in a different pattern. Wallpaper look that wouldn't have to be stripped .....perfect
In the living room library, Kristin created her own wallpaper by cutting shapes out of FedEx boxes, layering the shapes on top of each other and hand painting each shape.
ideas, Houzzers couldn't help but bookmark it. One of their favorites? The amazing wall covering in this photo that homeowner Kristin Nicholas made by hand cutting, painting and layering shapes made from FedEx boxes.
Tague Design Showroom
Cherry Wood Study for Philadelphia Magazine's Design Home, Blue Bell PA
The craftsmanship, choice of Materials.