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Space Kit
2 Reviews
Study
Ideabooks18,392
Questions5
busy but clean with natural light
Kinda cool built in shelves. Non classical. Do I want a more classical design or non standard?
check with your local municipality for specific requirements. The most paperwork you’ll typically encounter will be simple, things like filing a “Doing Business As” (DBA) form along with paying a small fee. Starting a sole proprietorship is a straightforward and immediate process, but this isn’t a final
basic one to start.Sole proprietorship: Many architects choose sole proprietorship as their initial business structure, because it’s simple. A sole proprietorship views your personal assets and business assets (and liabilities) as one and the same. It’s meant for a single individual with no employees
“Desk setup” — emilygraczyk
arbejazz architects studio ltd.
k house
Ideabooks1,221
Questions0
If doing stairs to basement. open risers or transparent will help light feed down
r and business owner. If you spend (or worse, borrow) money to get into new digs, you’ll leave your new practice cash starved and in debt. That drag has the potential to sink your business before you’ve had a chance to grow it.Besides, it just isn’t necessary.Strive to be a debt-free business and keep
LocationLike all new business owners, you’ll face the important decision of where you’re going to establish your practice — the actual physical location of the business. Managing the balance between cash flow, fixed expenses and your need to be seen
regulations to be sure you’re allowed to conduct business from your home. If you’re a sole proprietor, this usually isn’t a problem, but when you have employees, you may come up against some resistance (and rules) restricting the use of your home for business.There are some advantages and disadvantages to
“Stairs let light through” — giaelena
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks10,473
Questions11
i have 3 long rectangular art work , my wall are pretty high, how do i hang them.
I do love that contemporary painting I wonder if I could have the artists name?
to 60 inches from the floor. (The average human eye level is 57 inches.) And you should do the same.
artwork so that the midline (center) of each piece is 57 inches to 60 inches from the floor. (The average human eye level is 57 inches.) And you should do the same.
artwork so that the midline (center) of each piece is 57 inches to 60 inches from the floor. (The average human eye level is 57 inches.) And you should do the same. In a room like this, where the ceilings soar, there might be a tendency to hang the art higher. But remember: It needs to relate to human
“hanging artwork” — meandmeorme
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks17,680
Questions19
How do you open the cabinet?
How do you open the cabinet which is below the tv, like it sliding or pull it from down to upside or from up to down?
What other colors do you suggest for that room?
since out of business. It was a company out of England that bought European furniture direct without all of the import taxes then shipped it over to the US cutting the costs substantially. Yes, flexform is still in business... thank goodness!!
you are not sure flexform is in business or the company
company that you bought it from in europe? sound like an idea i want to investigate. Flexform is still in business
Good question- I don't remember. I'll have to do some digging and will get back to you.
“Estudio” — jesusdieguez
LOTOS Construction
3 Reviews
Sleek Caulfield
Ideabooks23,500
Questions28
our designers have requested that we do not give out proprietary information. We do suggest that you take a look at the Houzz Professionals section to assisting you in finding what you are looking for.
Thank you, and yes I agree, I know being in the business that people are always trying to get
take this opportunity to thank you for taking a look at Lotos Construction. Unfortunately, our designers have requested that we do not give out proprietary information. We do suggest that you take a look at the Houzz Professionals section to assisting you in finding what you are looking for.
“light” — sdixonca
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Russian Hill
Ideabooks100K
Questions83
Where are the cabinet handles? How do you open them?
do you have any outlets in the island and if so where are they? I am doing waterfall sides and do not want holes in the sides but am being told that is my only option
How do these stools hold up outdoors?
Boston. I'm remodeling my kitchen. The island requires a one piece slab Calacatta gold (or similar) of 140". I'm having such a hard time to find it. Do you recommend a kitchen designer around this area? Maybe they can help me reconfigure the design?
Where do u get the bar stools?
Soft, not too busy.....its a work of art when you find a nice piece. I'm hopping.
I do not recommend honing the marble yourself because it is not an easy DIY project. I would hire a licensed stone restoration company to come in and take
“Wooden chairs” — trisheesh
Kristina Wolf Design
13 Reviews
Firehouse
Ideabooks6,674
Questions5
Where do I buy the bed?
Where do I buy this bedding?
Do you know the producer of the bedding?
Where do I get the headboard in this picture or how do I make it?
Green. They were a "green" company that used reclaimed materials and environmentally friendly finishes. Unfortunately, they have since gone out of business.
Hi Kassidy, the headboard came from a great company that has since gone out of business. The company was Structured Green on the east coast and the custom headboard was designed by Kristina Wolf. She picked out the leather and worked
Green. They were a "green" company that used reclaimed materials and environmentally friendly finishes. Unfortunately, they have since gone out of business.
“lit et table de chevet” — alexdepelteau
Carlyn And Company Interiors + Design
2 Reviews
Gallery Park
Ideabooks2,312
Questions7
I want it. How do I get it??? Please!
Malachite wall - so Tony Duquette. His fabric of same is frightfully expensive. I'm just so passionate about malachite. How do I obtain this? Thanx, jetbd@cox.net
how do I get that wall?!?!
green wall … .maybe too busy with cork floors
I'm gonna do this in blue
I like the idea of doing the wall behind the bed in marble.
And Pantone picked Emerald for 2013: green and glitz all in one package.Tell us: What colors do you think the 2010s will be remembered for?
“Backwall” — pvegs
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