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Joel Snayd
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks6,142
Questions12
The 1x2s are spaced roughly 12" apart (from center).
1" x 10" horizontalwood butt joint paneling
1x2s on wall put up 12" apart from centers and painted like wall
horizontal 1" by 10" butt joint paneled walls
horizontal 1-inch-by-10-inch butt joint paneling.Rug: GDC Home; couch: Hickory Chair; pillows: Thomas Paul for Duralee, Schumacher
“Shades” — rebeccabrown19
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GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon Residence
Ideabooks8,299
Questions8
questions: 1- what door options exist to create the maximum opening for an existing structure where space for deep pockets is not available? 2- what do the owners do to manage bugs/insects especially at night while taking advantage of such a beautiful opening to the outside?
bugs! 1. If you are looking to have the largest possible clear opening without a pocket for a multi-slide (telescoping) door, you may want to look into folding doors. They can fold up to the side instead of having a stationary panel blocking your opening from a multi-slide door. I recommend checking
etwood1/fleetwood-windows-doors. 2. We are currently providing a silent air curtain system on a home in San Antonio to block out bugs. You could also look into Phantom Screens http://www.houzz.com/pro/phantom-screens/phantom-screens You may find these idea books helpful- http://www.houzz.com/idea
“Dining table” — madha2
Marcye Philbrook
11 Reviews
York Living Room
Ideabooks7,326
Questions18
#8895-1. I liked the way it looked like linen but was a little more uniform and stable than a 100% linen. The trim on the leading edges was a Barbara Barry design for Kravet that is no longer available. You can't see it very well in the picture but it is also shown on the front of the rectangular chair
#27511-1. fabric on the sofa: Kravet 31196-1. I had to line the slipcover because there was a bright stripe on the sofa. The walls are actually covered in a vinyl string cloth from Kravet. It is #W3029 If you have to paint instead, I used C2 paint color C189 Pod to cover the outlets...closest match I
#8895-1. I liked the way it looked like linen but was a little more uniform and stable than a 100% linen. The trim on the leading edges was a Barbara Barry design for Kravet that is no longer available. You can't see it very well in the picture but it is also shown on the front of the rectangular chair
“Colour palette for furniture” — rsharda
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Accessible LEED Residence Living Room
Ideabooks10,364
Questions12
room — 1 centimeter on the paper equals 1 foot (or 1 meter) of real space. Then measure, draw and cut out paper to match all the pieces of furniture you want in the room, new and existing, including rugs. Don't stress about trying to make them look professional; the basic shape is enough to get an idea
room — 1 centimeter on the paper equals 1 foot (or 1 meter) of real space.Then measure, draw and cut out paper to match all the pieces of furniture you want in the room, new and existing, including rugs. Don't stress about trying to make them look professional; the basic shape is enough to get an idea
“arrangement” — Santosh Dhakarwal
Kim Woods
Living Room
Ideabooks30,207
Questions19
They look like the Abacus chair by Noir Furniture. http://www.noirfurniturela.com/product/details/SOF109D1?category=Occasional%20Chairs
at Pier 1.
“mantel” — Becky O'Dell
Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
Ideabooks8,657
Questions9
http://prandall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ) both collaborated on the interior design for this house. They would have that information.
Lawanna Wood (http://www.houzz.com/user/lawannawood) and Pamela Randall ( http://prandall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ) both collaborated on the interior design for this
list/C1) The Mantle was made by P&L Cast Stone (http://www.pandlcaststone.com) The slope over mantle was done by the sheetrock subcontractor, and the wood piece on the mantle was an antique door on loan for the show. Not sure where the grate came from but I would guess that the same company that loaned
http://prandall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ), who both collaborated on the interior design for this house and would have information on the furnishings used for the show.
“The Mantle was made by P&L Cast Stone (http://www.pandlcaststone.com) The slope over mantle was do” — Helen Koziol
Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
Ideabooks6,836
Questions9
framed at a 1'-0" thickness, so the depth of the openings is 1'-0" deep, which was enough o allow for small "panels" to be trimmed into the arches.
http://prandall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ) both collaborated on the interior design for this house.
I know very little I'm afraid- I did the Architecture; Pam Randall ( http://prandall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ) did the interior design and furnishings. I believe the majority of the wood is oak, but
andall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ), who both collaborated on the interior design for this house and would have information on the furnishings used for the show.
http://prandall1.photobiz.com/?pageID=868717 ) both collaborated on the interior design for this house. They would have that information.
“Living and dining combo” — lourdesfernandez4
Mod & Stanley Design Inc.
1 Review
Modern Family Room
Ideabooks31,464
Questions20
sofa n 1 chair for father
“Nice fireplace / TV set up” — sabrus
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