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FINNE Architects
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Lake Forest Park Renovation
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there are ways to address this. Wonder how it is addressed in this design. I'm not a DRAPERY person (at all); gave them up in the 80s. I lived in FL for
live in IN and am trying to capitalize on the limestone we quarry here. I'm not aware of this product "Pompignan" so I will look into it more. Thanks
“mirror hanging in front of full pane window” — lisafmchugh
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
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Kristen Rivoli Interior DesignSave to IdeabookEmail PhotoPrint Photo I'm not sure that I could focus on any reading with this city view in front of
I'm not sure that I could focus on any reading with this city view in front of
“Old and New” — brettalan
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
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Where could I get those perfect windows. I'm in San Diego area.
I like the moving window wall and I'm wondering if you can tie it into a craftsman renovation in the back.
“entrance with L arrangement on the left” — tmccarthy27
Chioco Design
Kitchen
Ideabooks18,970
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i'm intrigued by the window cabinets. Where would I be able to have something like
“bright” — jonaparker
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
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I'm currently doing a similar detail on a commercial project, but I'm having trouble detailing how the panels should
“Open” — tracyjsbr
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Boxenbaum Residence
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I'm trying to search for the photo number but can't find it
“Gewoon mooi” — gaakeer
FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
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amazing combination of light/contemporary/clean and warm/organic/crafted. i'm wondering if you can share the wood and wood treatment that you selected for
“You can see the en-suite how I want it” — sajdah4
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
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Renovation of a condo in the renowned Museum Tower bldg for a second generation owner looking to update the space for their young family. They desired a look that was comfortable, creating multi functioning spaces for all family members to enjoy, combining the iconic style of mid century modern designs and family heirlooms.
“the sliding door covering the tv” — lberco
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