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Amagansett Beach House
just go 1/2 way or 3/4 way up the wall
1/2 stone fireplace
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Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Moore Architects, PC
11'-9 1/2". Thanks for your interest!
11'-9 1/2" x 13'-3". Thanks for your interest!
dining room 1
Fox Custom Builders, Inc.
leaving 1 to 2 inches between the top of the rod and the bottom of the molding. Doing this can emphasize the height a bit. If you want to downplay that, bring the rod down to the top of the windows.
When there is crown molding, I like to place the rod below the molding, leaving 1 to 2 inches between
Las Canoas Remodel Bifold Doors Open
looks like 1/2 each in the picture. What about the material? Thank you
about 1/2 inch off the wall. Hope that helps!
rolled or 1/8" steel.
Metal timber Apartment
1 TV, 2 Rooms
San Francisco Home Staging
1. Cool Khaki The various shades of khaki in this room create a light and elegant vibe. The cream, brown and watery blue accents are terrific additional splashes of color that pull everything together. It's a modern yet warm and inviting living space.
1. A cool khaki that has a bit of green in it: Sea Haze 2137-50, from Benjamin Moore like in combo with off white
1. Cool KhakiThe various shades of khaki in this room create a light and elegant vibe. The cream, brown and watery blue accents are terrific additional splashes of color that pull everything together. It's a modern yet warm and inviting living space.
Mistake No. 1: Poorly placed or sized window treatments. The rest of this list may be in no particular order, but I admit that this mistake is my number-one pet peeve and probably the mistake I do see most often. Drapery rods end just at the edge of the window so that when the panels are pushed all the