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Montana Rockworks, Inc
1 Review
Montana Antique
Ideabooks1,499
Questions2
i like this stone for fire place. would we need to sell first born? or is it an option?
cool fire place..maybe use rocks from the property?
Cool , not sure exactly why
“Fireplace and lights” — aarich72
Dan Phipps Architects
5 Reviews
Portola Valley Residence
Ideabooks6,701
Questions12
lighting in front of fire place
Why have granite?...fire place
“Wanke mantle 1” — Robert Dobnick
Rustic Kitchen
Ideabooks412
Questions2
example of why raising it up might look weird
kid friendly fire...fire place
“The floor and colors” — Jo Walston
Studio 80 Interior Design
6 Reviews
Farr Residence
Ideabooks9,405
Questions8
aluminum frame makes the Kettal Maia Egg Swing refined enough to use indoors.Why it works: Part swing, part egg-style chair, this piece looks lighter mounted
Fire place tile finish
“Fireplace” — aarich72
Northern Sky Developments
Saskatchewan Lakeside Retreat
Ideabooks1,749
Questions3
like open entry way and river rock fire place.
why not to use round stones...stairs fire
“extra wide single door” — Carre Warner
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks28,650
Questions23
Hello, Very close but a little smaller - this Double-Basin, apron-front, fire-clay sink by Rohl is the Shaw # RC3719 in Fireclay-White and is 18 1/2”x
Hello, This Double-basin, apron-front, fire-clay sink by Rohlis the Shaw # RC3719 in Fireclay-White and is 18 1/2”x 36
categorizd as rustic. (why?) soapstone tops. will white wear well?
“kitchen sink style?” — sarahbrienne
Zabala Erickson, LLC
5 Reviews
Family Ski Lodge
Ideabooks14,646
Questions4
reaching for miles and miles gives a pleasant reminder that indeed, this is why we come here. Construction by Continental Construction Photography by Kim
The open fire pit and big widows withe the high rafters.
Fire place
“Cabin” — delilahcollier
Lancaster County Timber Frames, Inc.
Repurposed Tobacco Barn-Honeybrook, PA
Ideabooks380
Questions1
iron work, I could totally live here. I love bridges, I love swings, I love fire places, I love the flooring all around, very nice kitchen btw.
seems to be very light and cheap compared to the substantial beams around it. Why not do something that fits a bit more, like heavier hammered steel. And nothing
“Wow” — gucc1
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