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Custom Design/Build, Inc.
5 Reviews
Sampler
Ideabooks1,963
Questions9
Thank you for asking ebie! The "beams" are actually collar ties that keep the gable roof form tied together. They are double 2x10's wrapped with 3/4" thick A & Better Cedar boards that have been mitred the full length of the
Ceiling beams with rope lights in them. The "beams" are actually collar ties that keep the gable roof form tied together. They are double 2x10's wrapped with 3/4" thick A & Better Cedar boards that have been mitred the full length
“beams further into vault” — janelarcombe
Van Wicklen Design
8 Reviews
Austin Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks5,925
Questions18
Is it true that with time cow leather edges become hard to keep them straight/tight on the floor? thanks
must add that cowhide rugs for high traffic areas are not recommended. Yes, you can still use them but a lot more care needs to be taken in order to keep them nice. Avoid ladys with high heels walking on them. For example, a cowhide rug will definetely look wonderful in a construction office, but you
“White painted tv stand” — whki
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
21 Reviews
Tuscan Farm
Ideabooks1,143
Questions4
We have been trying to reach the owners, but at this point this is unknown, very sorry. If anything is found out I will keep you updated.
what if we keep the angled pitch and use these kind of braces?
“Colors” — arlastras
Elizabeth Reich
22 Reviews
Jenkins Baer Associates
Ideabooks10,758
Questions20
Where do you keep/hide the tv components? We have a similar setup. Thank you.
“Tv over fireplace Raised fireplace Mantel” — 30rezz
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Front Parlor
Ideabooks13,825
Questions19
suggest in a new build to accomplish this classic look.I see some homes use dark hardwood but they are difficult to keep clean and this flooring looks like it would be easier to maintain but is georgeous.Your help is appreciated.
molding of any kind may look completely out of place. If you love ornate crown molding in a traditional home, but also like contemporary style, consider keeping your furnishings simple with clean lines and very little pattern. The architecture will stand out while still giving you a space that feels serene
“Paint” — slarrison
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks7,819
Questions8
I am looking at putting 5 /8 foot sliders off my kitchen and around a new 4 season room in WI and concerned about gaining sun in winter, keeping cold out of a glass door room...and also want it to feel like a screened porch in the summer.....Looking at Marvin Integrity but wondering about the
offer a silant air curtain system for wide openings which alows the space to remain completely open and a streem of air flows acroiss the opening keeping the insects out and the cool air in. @dalbrickenden Yes, you can get impact rated sliding & folding doors. We can provide up to 58" x 103" for a
“Windows” — molarsmom
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks10,136
Questions7
Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as well to keep the area even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard have big windows and doors to take advantage of the cooling”
Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as well to keep the area even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard have big windows and doors to take advantage of the cooling effects of this
“Interior living space” — Nancy Carty
Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Cat Mountain, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
Ideabooks9,435
Questions10
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interest! These ceilings are 11' 8". For more photos & information, check out our website at www.GreenbeltConstruction.com or like us on Facebook to keep up with all of our past & present projects: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Greenbelt-Construction/134158702080 Thank you!
“Sofa and book shelf lighting 2” — rustydagger
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