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Cynthia Lynn Photography
6 Reviews
Water Front in the Windy City
design without more information about how the sitter actually uses the piece. For example, the primary problem with reclining seats is when our tasks require us to lean forward. “That’s why good ergonomists don’t call chairs ‘ergonomic’ unless it’s referencing the users who are sitting in it,” she says
“Chaise next to love seat” — honey32951
7 Reviews
The Wave House
My builder tells me that having concrete floors continue on the 2nd floor of our home will require significantly more support structure, raising the cost.
“Awesome house” — haliburtonbob
livingroom classic
I purchased a porcelain floor tile like this at Sarasota Tile on Stickney Point Road. My grout lines are much narrower, which requires skill to lay evenly. They had by far the best price and the floors are exquisite, easy care..
“ParkWood Village” — June Nichols
Croma Design Inc
8 Reviews
Modern Classic Residence
Existing trim was re-used and recreated where required to make a renovation look original to the home. The original Living Room was separated from the Dining Room - walls were moved, and door openings made bigger to improve flow. Construction: CanTrust Contracting Group Photography: Croma Design Inc
“Paint color” — clariz27
Laurie Gorelick Interiors
6 Reviews
Medfield Residence
gray/silver checkerboard is brilliant and subtle. If I add a couple orange throw pillows, I would meet the requirements for orange and gray and still keep my fave color.
“teal” — Christina Salmi
11 Reviews
What price range , budget does a room like yours require to complete from scratch. Best guess if you don't hau
“Stupid” — nbmorin
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Has the Maple floor withstood the test of time? How much maintenace is required to maintain them?
“Eagle Harbor cabin” — Sosumi Ydontya
Ernesto Garcia Interior Design, LLC
20 Reviews
Rich Textures... Amazing Views...
with a coat of wax: a process that makes it very hard, resistant and easy to clean. There are many "ready to apply" brands in the market which don't require the level of expertise of a professional wall finisher. Be adventurous, try it on some small area of your home, it offers so many beautiful possibilities
“colours” — Dhanesh Nishad
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