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Julie Ranee Photography
loft
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Looks like a homeschool room. I could learn in there.
gathering space for Ranee's three kids. Tip: If you can, carve out a dedicated space for homeschooling. The physical and visual separation between the learning area and the rest of the house helps kids mentally prepare for a day's work when they enter the school space.
... the loft, a dedicated space where the children are home-schooled. "I like that we have the loft now to store and organize our school supplies. It is nice to be able to 'leave' school upstairs while we go down and take a lunch break. When designing the house, we chose to use attic trusses, which allowed
“Nice storage for kids” — Samina Ahsan
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Smith Firestone Associates
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Hidden Hills Residence
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variety of sizes. You can learn more about it here: http://initsplacekidsblog.com/justplanefunboysroom/
While we were not able to find the exact planes shown in the designer room, we did find several other options that could help you create a similar look in your home. You can see them in a recent
information on it in a recent post on our company blog. The mural can be customized with a child's name and it is available in a variety of sizes. You can learn more about it here: http://initsplacekidsblog.com/justplanefunboysroom/
when a fun theme is incorporated. A hand-painted airplane mural for a kid named Drew and model airplanes elevate this space.See more photos of this home
“Likes the airplanes on the ceiling” — ajpgwells
Stephenson Design Collective
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Elemental Design, LLC
Ideabooks20,167
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This is a great shower. It is important to waterproof the tub's waste and overflow line (drain pipe) as it penetrates the shower floor. Learn how to do this here: http://no-curb.blogspot.ca/2014/05/flood-testing-wet-room-with-tub-install.html
of technology and material that might be used on a construction project. Use professionals to save some of the time that would otherwise be spent learning and perfecting the process. Architects are trained not just to make a project pretty but to match building systems, thermal envelopes and other properties
And not just for the big ones, like a full custom home construction. Smaller projects like additions and remodels also can benefit from a pro’s expertise.Architects can usually recommend other team members, too, such as engineers.6 Reasons to Hire a Home Design Professional
“Bath shower” — stjric
Jenni Leasia Design
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Furnace Street Riverfront
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I want to learn how to use stone work.
I just had a beam from, a 1800 home lightly sanded and finished for a mantel on planned ledgerstone fireplace. How is your mantel affixed to the fireplace? Our fireplace is 60" wide
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This is exactly the kind of look i am trying to bring to my home. You do beautiful work!
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Traditional Powder Room
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leightturner64, If you are still interested in learning how to do faux painting, almost all Lowes and Home Depot have small seminars on learning this trick. Sue www.essentialsinside.com
“powder room idea” — benders1
sarah & bendrix
bedroom
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letters create an artful alphabet display. Four rows of letters fill in the wall space and serve as an eye-catching learning wall.
Dress it up. Want to use cardboard in your home but don't like the — pardon the expression — stale-as-cardboard appeal? Take cues from this DIY mom, who covered each
“Alphabet” — tan081
Edgley Design
Amhurst Road
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because your future employees are all being trained to incorporate BIM into their design production processes, so leverage this fact. Once you’ve learned the software and established drawing conventions (line weights etc.), it’s inherently a more efficient methodology for putting together a set of drawings
initially when you’re building your practice, is something you may have more of than you’d like. Use that down time as an opportunity to invest in learning a new program and making the move to BIM. On the other hand, downtime when you’re a sole proprietor trying to get the job done doesn’t pay the bills
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Moeski Design Agency
Highpoint Langley Residence
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Would love to learn more about the chair?
Amazing home! Would love some information on the pendant
“overall like the clean look with minimal on top of boxes. like light fixture for hallway” — Laura Hunt
I would like suggestions on the easiest to learn home design software
Have spent thousands of dollars with architects and can't seem to come up with a design that we like. Want to initially at least create in a 3D program....
Lessons I've learned while building a house
We are building our first house, here's 10 essential things you must do when building a home, and it links to a list of ideas for customizing your new...
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