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Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects
1 Review
Private exterior terrace
Ideabooks736
Questions0
Bacolny 1...New York 1
“Cooler room idea for my near house [ step 2: of skin cleanse ]” — kikinunu
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Zeterre Design
Ideabooks3,571
Questions6
1. Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected
“terraces” — willy_abbott
moment design + productions, llc
West Village Apartment
Ideabooks1,735
Questions2
STYLIST TRICK #1 TO A DECORATOR LOOK Conduct a color inventory. When a particular room is feeling blah, start by looking at the colors in it. Does one hue dominate? (Yes
1. Conduct a color inventory. When a particular room is feeling blah, start by looking at the colors in it. Does one hue dominate? (Yes, brown counts.) Is every color a neutral? If so, liven things up by pulling in one or two bold colors through accent pieces.
“Bar stools” — narellemcclelland
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
The Brown Residence
Ideabooks5,944
Questions6
paint for m1? bm swiss coffee
bedroom #1 offset to left with modern low dresser and ceiling light
“Lower master bedroom with concrete floors.” — Jerry Mount
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
Ideabooks8,745
Questions7
Gorgeous Ipe deck! How far apart did you space the boards--1/8"?
Yes this is and Ipe deck. The deck board dimensions are 1" x 6"
“cantilevered seat in retaining wall” — L.F. Saussy, Landscape Architects, LLC
JENDRETZKI LLC
Ultra Luxury Upper East Apartment
Ideabooks2,638
Questions4
sense of having 1 or 2 rooms, depending on how many people are sitting at the food table
“partition” — dariuszewski
MORE design+build
1 Review
SOUTH PENTHOUSE / DALLAS
Ideabooks1,895
Questions3
Idéia 1 Sofá e mesa de apoio
“TV” — shar_71
Saniee Architects llc
Wheeler Residence
Ideabooks5,650
Questions4
semicovered stairs1
“Baranda” — jedayavaz
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