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Reiko Feng Shui Design
3 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design - Loft renovation
Ideabooks5,072
Questions14
Removing the Sheetrock presented an unexpected problem: lots of pipes. Exposing the walls and ceiling also revealed a tangle of pipes and gas lines. Gomez had many rerouted, painted others white and used some as a creative element — such as the copper piping near the TV. Coffee table: wood, client's
“Brick wall shelves” — yogini_eli
James Armitage Ltd
House in Somerton, Somerset
Ideabooks2,202
Questions2
glazed lantern allows light to reach the existing dining room (to which the garden room connects) and upon opening the automated windows, quickly removes unwanted warm air. Windows on three sides provide views of the terraced garden beyond. The building is formed with a Somerset Blue Lias stone base
“Ceiling” — ksnava
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
Ideabooks4,513
Questions5
built in flush to wall-remove skirting
“tv console” — pafidel
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
35 Reviews
Eichler Renovation
Ideabooks887
Questions1
small cabinet under tv..if we paln to remove the radiator
“glass doors to make room bigger” — grecia29
Lloyd Architects
7 Reviews
Logan Canyon House
Ideabooks1,720
Questions1
Suspended ceilings: Found in kitchen or dining areas usually. Pros- Easy to install and easy to remove when repairs are needed. Cons- They are not sturdy and tend to wreck your ceiling after a while. They make take away space and make the room feel
“sealing” — Ahmed Gawad
Ownby Design
18 Reviews
Refined European Estate
Ideabooks4,262
Questions7
IF I REMOVE THE ARCS...
“Lv room” — tamalah
GM Construction, Inc.
Lot 82
Ideabooks1,931
Questions6
by highlighting custom items like concrete bathtubs and sinks. The large, pocket doors create the walls to this home--walls that can be added and removed as desired. This Kukio home rests on the sunny side of the Big Island and serves as a perfect example of our style, blending the outdoors with the
“ceiling texture” — jedheibel
Robert Young Architects
guest house
Ideabooks3,108
Questions6
This roof design matches what is on the second floor of 3rd ave house. removing collar ties, they used metal/wire support
“rafters” — Tracey Eilbacher Agnew
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