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Merrick Design and Build Inc.
10 Reviews
Great Rooms
Ideabooks5,981
Questions5
10. One great piece. A painting that warms your heart is a worthwhile investment, and it can bring focus to an entire room like nothing else. An "art
“Color” — elena166
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWind
Ideabooks10,422
Questions10
A petrified fireplace? Be still my heart!I just used stone around my hearth (I opted for green soapstone), but wish
“Driftwood mantel” — hawks5
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks18,083
Questions23
classic structure and expertly chosen period furnishings clearly won the hearts and minds of users. See more: My Houzz: 1950s Rebound for a Cliff May H
“Ceiling. I also like not having can lights.” — altara
Tina Barclay
15 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks2,713
Questions6
interiors, like this one, where an expanse of cardinal carpeting sends hearts racing. But the look can be tricky to pull off. In this instance the contrast
“Wall color” — anila23
Robert Young Architects
Living Room
Ideabooks11,629
Questions10
Chairs or napping on the Long Island sofa, the living room serves as the heart of the house, but also the psychological core. ‘The house was really designed
“Nice color” — mimifior
Edwina Drummond Interiors
10 Reviews
Edwina Drummond Interiors
Ideabooks4,708
Questions10
pleats into an elaborate lattice pattern, this style is not for the faint of heart. Tip: This heading is great to use when your interior space lacks architectural
“Pom Pom trim” — Sandra Barrera
Furman + Keil Architects
2 Reviews
North Peak
Ideabooks6,282
Questions10
2-foot-tall owl live back there as well. Texas wildlife is not for the faint of heart.”Sofa: B&B Italia; lamp, brown chair: Scott+Cooner; rug: Fibert Multi
“vaulted ceiling lighting” — bsmergut
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Black & Navy Elegance
Ideabooks14,807
Questions10
in doubt, go with black. It's elegant, dramatic and not for the faint of heart. Black is undeniably the color of death.
“Tile” — Kim Dixon
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