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Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment
Ideabooks94,296
Questions35
Is there a reason for using that much of wood in this design?
Is it just me or 700$ for an MDF nightstand is beyond ridiculous? Love this design, but the price kills it. I'm looking for alternatives.
barn wood. The blue paint is a custom mix by Behr Ultra, taken from the painting on the left. (To get the exact color code, click on the photo and scroll through the questions.)Duvet, sham covers: Pintuck in Stone Gray, West Elm; nightstand: BoConcepts; shelf: Crate & Barrel; rug: Shaw Industries
“Paint color with wood” — noreen24
sarah pejeau
Wilson Village
Ideabooks149
Questions4
Need some help with the window grill design
I need a design for my dining grill design
You could try Lantern & Scroll (find them on here or Facebook). I've seen similar ones.
If you are looking to hire a designer to assist you with your kitchen design you can find me on wecora.com!
“The barstools” — rubylynne
Chango & Co.
36 Reviews
Old Westbury Neoclassical
Ideabooks12,181
Questions16
Hello, Beautiful, Beautiful design I love it very much. It's perfect. Can you please tell me where I can find the door, window? Ceiling trim, wall. Is this all wood? Thank you
There are more images of the table in the project folder which you can scroll through. Best of luck with your project, Chango & Co.
Custom chairs available through Florence B designs at Le LIVING Decor. Call 514-932-9992
“light fixture” — shannonmellow
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks146
Questions1
Who is the interior designer or company ?
“Center table” — Kate Gonzales-Belir
Lindsay von Hagel
Office
Ideabooks995
Questions5
Scroll together a display of building plans
“Wall art and doors” — nadilus
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Private Residence - CH
Ideabooks767
Questions1
began with some vintage wheels that Price found. She wanted to design an elevated bed with them, so when a friend told her about an abandoned mill selling old, wide-plank sugar pine, an idea struck. She bought some of the wood and designed a bed to incorporate the distinct wheels and wood, and her friend
friend did the woodworking and welding to complete the design.
began with some vintage wheels that Price found. She wanted to design an elevated bed with them, so when a friend told her about an abandoned mill selling old, wide-plank sugar pine, an idea struck. She bought some of the wood and designed a bed to incorporate the distinct wheels and wood, and her friend
with some vintage wheels that Price found. She wanted to design an elevated bed with them, so when a friend told her about an abandoned mill selling old, wide-plank sugar pine, an idea struck. She bought some of the wood and designed a bed to incorporate the distinct wheels and wood, and her friend did the
“The metal floor and wall the wheels on bed” — Emmy Beatty
Reiko Feng Shui Design
2 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design
Ideabooks9,995
Questions13
What great design. A delight to the senses. Surprises at every turn.
room. If you aren’t willing to part with certain pieces, make sure to let your designer know up front.Design truth: It should never be a designer’s way or the highway. Design is a collaborative process in which a designer honestly tells you what works and what doesn’t to create the space of your dreams
client and her husband. Things had been tense, so I asked the husband to voice his concerns. He said, “I really don’t mind that we’re working with a designer, but what I do mind is spending tons of money on more stuff that we’re probably going to end up replacing next year.” This was a moment of ephiphany
back up and buying more stuff. All her husband saw was money flowing out, instead of comfort coming in. Often, by the time people have called in a designer, they’ve given it their best shot (several times over), and someone in the house is at the breaking point. Sadly, not everything that’s been purchased
“Like 301” — pgorrara
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Lounge
Ideabooks2,821
Questions4
Hi, sorry you would need to ask the Designer Laura Hay. Thanks.
I am the photographer. You can ask the designer Laura Hay.
Thank you. The designer never responded and I haven't found any others that I have liked the look and at the same time
works: “The design had to tie into the existing surroundings of the brick and beam building,” Hay explains. This oversize, tufted sectional with traditional lines was custom designed to fit the bill. Tip: When commissioning a custom piece, Hay recommends hiring a professional interior designer to walk
This shared office space in a repurposed factory required seating that was substantial in scale. This custom sofa, designed by Laura Hay of LH Decor & Design and built by Louis Interiors, can accommodate more than 10 people, making it perfect for small, casual meetings or social events
“sofa” — hilmer
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