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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
60 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks7,943
Questions6
wondering about the dimensions and celling height used in this room. Also are there more pictures that can show how the living space is connected to the house? What material are the white columns made of? I would appreciate any info you can give. Outstanding job!!!!!!
window about 86". chair on left facing opposite in L shape is 41 wide New chair would go opposite sofa. Only have about 40" X 40" to work with opposite the sofa due to an archway to dining rm on left. LR 12 X 25. Opposite the chair. far wall to rt is the TV. Got this?! LOL Need chair op sofa and chair
“Liked the look of this room” — hartwigml
M/I Homes
4 Reviews
M/I Homes of Austin: Caballo Ranch - Brenham Model
Ideabooks230
Questions2
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“Bed” — justinwhisenant87
M/I Homes
4 Reviews
M/I Homes of Chicago: Sheffield Square Uptown - Clark Model
Ideabooks178
Questions2
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“Nice planking on the walls.” — bokala
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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks819
Questions1
that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height. •Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots. •Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let it drain, then add the rest of the
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees it seems alluring and mysterious.
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees, it seems alluring and mysterious
How about this stacked rock sculpture? Hidden behind trees, it seems alluring and mysterious.
that is about three to four times the size of the root ball and about the same depth as the root ball's height.Shake out the root ball and loosen the roots.Place the tree in the hole and fill it in about halfway with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let it drain, then add the rest of the soil
“sumac” — Jessica
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
Ideabooks5,583
Questions4
talking about the rule that says we mustn't put a big piece in a small room. Usually that rule is simply wrong. I am talking about our fourth tool: varying scale. See how this very large and lovely armoire, the single piece in this small area, is beautifully balanced by the petite picture propped beside
talking about the rule that says we mustn't put a big piece in a small room. Usually that rule is simply wrong. I am talking about our fourth tool: varying scale. See how this very large and lovely armoire, the single piece in this small area, is beautifully balanced by the petite picture propped beside
uncertain about the item's provenance. • Ask the dealer if any repairs have been done to the piece. Repairs aren't necessarily a drawback, but you should know what you're getting before you buy. • Look the merchant in the eye and ask if the piece is a good value for the money. How the question is received
“foyer” — jet62
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
4 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Remodel
Ideabooks330
Questions0
honest about your feelings about the stuff you have inherited. Are you ever going to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a
honest about your feelings about the stuff you have inherited. Are you ever going to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping
honest about your feelings about the stuff you have inherited. Are you ever going to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a
“table scape” — nwskaggs
Lynne Barton Bier - Home on the Range Interiors
12 Reviews
Lynne Barton Bier - Home on the Range
Ideabooks24,898
Questions9
style is about making do with what you have — just as it was in the old days. Found objects are key: old pails turned into sinks, wire baskets transformed into light fixtures, wooden crates reimagined as stair treads. It's less about whimsy than about creating a sense of invention by necessity. Inspired
“love the wood antique affect” — pachaflower
Jennifer Murdison
Keswick & Country
Ideabooks41,539
Questions8
great about storing towels in a vintage piece like this cabinet is that the towels are protected from dust and dirt. Keep them smelling fresh by tucking a bar of triple-milled soap in between the folds.
fight me about my books. Her butler's pantry is larger than many kitchens and is filled with crystal, glass and china. She loves antiques and understands sentimental attachment to things, so there again I knew she wouldn't pressure me to get rid of everything, but help me to prioritize and organize.Ind
cared about me and thought a lot of me in general. Mutual respect overall is imperative.
“Color” — kcoberly
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