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Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks12,712
Questions13
Progressive solutions windows & doors. San Antonio
“Couch” — Lisa McGowan_Guerrini
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks26,164
Questions24
the job Carolyn Tierney from ECOterior Solutions could be of better help.
Thanks for your interest! That would be a question for the interior designer Carolyn Tierney from Ecoterior Solutions. http://www.ecoteriorsolutions.com/
Interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
“idea for wood storage for outdoor fireplace” — dtgallagher
Clayton&Little Architects
1 Review
Foster Residence
Ideabooks927
Questions5
solution to bring light to first floor
solution to channel the light into the first floor
great solution for window on 2nd floor
living room didn’t have a ceiling, the designers saw that a window on the second floor would not bring light down here. So they came up with this solution to channel the light into the first floor. Wall paint: White Heron, Benjamin Moore
“Rug” — Leslie Mulder
deej
My Living Room
Ideabooks10,890
Questions9
then place the rest of the art around it in a way that pleases your eye. You can decide on a layout by laying the art on the floor until you find a solution that works or by cutting out the shape of each piece of art in brown craft paper and taping it to the wall to test out ideas.
Picture collage over sofa & chests as side tables- great storage solution!
then place the rest of the art around it in a way that pleases your eye. You can decide on a layout by laying the art on the floor until you find a solution that works or by cutting out the shape of each piece of art in brown craft paper and taping it to the wall to test out ideas.
“not too many pieces ... largest and brightest in center ... wall color?” — jlrlex
Becky Berg Design
Living Room
Ideabooks6,100
Questions17
tunnel. Would LOVE to know how deep the furniture is to the left and right of the fireplace...is that where the media is? Trying to figure out a solution for our flat fireplace wall. But i figure we need a depth of at least 18 inches to house the receiver. THANKS for any input you can provide. Our
Thanks so much for your quick response. I have been looking far and wide for solutions to the flat fireplace wall and yours is one of the few that pulls it off successfully (in my opinion). Sorry to keep bothering you...was the client
Solution-dyed acrylics are your best bet for indoor-outdoor fabrics. Popularized by Sunbrella and often referred to generically by that name, these textiles
Solution-dyed acrylics are your best bet for indoor-outdoor fabrics. Popularized by Sunbrella and often referred to generically by that name, these textiles
“rug” — Melissa Olson
Katerina Tana Design
Santa Monica, California
Ideabooks2,650
Questions4
Family Room
“Love the raised ceiling, & each room is separate” — mishmashmama
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks26,604
Questions28
Carolyn Tierney from Ecoterior Solutions may have that info.
Thanks for your interest! Carolyn Tierney from Ecoterior Solutions has the paint info.
interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
interior designers, Carolyn Tierney and Diane Susoev at ECOterior Solutions would know that information.
“Like mix of stone, trim (pops), windows/doors and hardwood floors” — rpcady
CM Glover
1 Review
Capitol Hill Row House
Ideabooks1,421
Questions5
feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
“Doors” — shilu
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