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Aristea Rizakos
4 Reviews
Leslieville Lofts
Ideabooks36,485
Questions12
Maintain your space. Think about instituting a "One In, One Out" policy in your household. By letting something go each time you bring in something
10. Maintain your space. Think about instituting a "One In, One Out" policy in your household. By letting something go each time you bring in something
“Hanging books and headrest on bed” — collazoj08
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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Beau-Port Kitchens
In Frame Shaker Kitchen in Green Blue & Wimborne White
Ideabooks12,382
Questions12
homeowner’s insurance policy. Anytime you make a major purchase for your home, you should also contact your insurance agent to update your policy. Good record keeping
“Hamper on wheels?” — lizziegroat
Marquise Pools
5 Reviews
The Formal Natural Mix
Ideabooks6,782
Questions1
look at slides unfavorably. You may need to purchase a separate liability policy to properly protect yourself, which can cost as much as an additional $1
look at slides unfavorably. You may need to purchase a separate liability policy to properly protect yourself, which can cost as much as an additional $1
“The caves and the feeling of being a kid again” — heatherwill77
Michael Kelley Photography
10 Reviews
Los Angeles Area Homes
Ideabooks10,119
Questions4
with your purchase, buy an owner’s title insurance policy instead of a lender’s title insurance policy. The owner’s version will protect you against any
“Window muttons” — denise423
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
10 Reviews
IHome
Ideabooks274
Questions1
Interesting wall against pool - use brick but build in privacy and greenery
pool privacy...Privacy wall with waterfall
“dont like this rock” — baminteer
Jarret Interior Design
43 Reviews
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Ideabooks81
Questions2
the shades covering the bed-who doesn't love that extra sense of privacy?
Curtain for privacy...Color and privacy curtain
“Curtains: "These were from W. Elm! However, Larsen sells something similar but it is a designer only” — jenniferruth
McIntosh Poris Associates
6 Reviews
Shutter House
Ideabooks201
Questions1
Looking to enclose a hot tub deck for privacy. Also planning on cable bannister system. We wanted something we could open
Shutters/doors for privacy on the lanai
Privacy wall
“Thin wire railing.” — seahorse_ranch
Jensen Architects
Twin Flats Residence
Ideabooks520
Questions2
Frosted glass as room dividers. Light and privacy.
Frosted glass panels for privacy but also lets in light
Lets light in, protcts privacy
“Glass sliding door” — starkeya
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