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Andrew Roby General Contractors
Remodel: Whole House "Eclectic Comfort"
are made by the customer with the designer or cabinet shop. If you have any other questions please let us know. If you are in the Carolinas, feel free to call us at 704.334.5477
manufactured by Lantern & Scroll (www.lanternandscroll.com of find them on Facebook) Ferguson sells their product, but I would go direct to the source. Here is a similar fixture I was looking at. Good luck!
manufactured by Harkey Tile & Stone here in Charlotte. If you have any other questions please let us know. If you are in the Carolinas, feel free to call us at 704.334.5477
customer by a local custom cabinet maker here in the Charlotte area, so unfortunately that information is not available here in-house. If you have any other questions please let us know. If you are in the Carolinas, feel free to call us at 704.334.5477
Seattle Area Interior Designer
Space-planning, design, color-consultation and kitchen/bath remodels.
Ventana Construction LLC
Master Suite and kids bath
selected by the owners, and we don't have a record of that.
This vanity was designed by the architect and made by a local custom cabinet shop. It is White Oak and stained in an "Autumn" shade. The counter top is Silestone in Rainforest Green.
HOW MANY INCHES SHOULD THE VANITY BE? 30: The height in inches of a typical bath vanity. This measurement can vary greatly by personal taste and the kind of sink you choose. If you select a vessel sink, you might actually like your counter lower so that the top of the
greatly by personal taste and the kind of sink you choose. If you select a vessel sink, you might actually like your counter lower so that the top of the sink is at 30 inches. You might also want to change the vanity height based on how tall you are to make sure it is comfortable.
e.com/shop-by-colors-now/beige-cream/roman-collection-desert-tan-1x2-brick-glass-tile.html and this http://www.glasstilestore.com/shop-by-colors-now/beige-cream/crema-marfil-2x4-beveled-stone-tile.html are our tiles that are the closest to that picture if you're interested
This room has such a nice combination of clean, cool, and warm tones. Well done.
Like the room not the colors
Andrew Snow Photography
powder room. Something like this would be perfect!
camera shop or printing service. I have also seen photos printed on transparencies (a sheet of mylar or other plastic) that are backlit.
printed by at a printers -- the blue one
Lexan by Mitanidis' brother, a print-shop owner. It provides the perfect jolt of contrast to the monochromatic space. The home's washer and dryer are hidden behind the white curtain, while the powder room is tucked around the corner.
Gabriel Builders Inc.
Carport by kitchen. Don't think I like the curved roof...looks like mushroom
really just an arched exit the size of a room
by scotts house... driveway
media rooms...shop behind
Two Time Award Winning Kitchen
living room to create a ‘living kitchen’ that would function as the central gathering space for the family.” The resulting design paired timeless colors and classic inset cabinetry to give the kitchen a casual elegance. The island was designed to feel like a furniture piece, which creates a visual divide
The tile is from a manufacturer called Celine that is available through boutique tile shops. It is a 3x6" sage green subway tile with a white bead board tile base.
boutique tile shops. It is a 3x6" sage green subway tile with a white bead board tile base.
note back splash...sage green subway tile by Celine, and white bead board tile base.
John Lively & Associates
designed by John Lively & Associates
Cool rec room powder room.
shop bathroom...gold room...Powder room...Powder Room Floor...Bath room
Eclectic Living Room
gold side by side. That brings up another point, which is to not limit your looking to shots of interiors. I tell clients to look also at clothes and jewelry for inspiration. There's nothing wrong with mixing metals. I do it all the time. Personally, I'm not a fan of chrome, although even Ruhlmann,
little shop in Charleston, which unfortunately has gone out ot business. My best suggestion to you would be to try 1stdibs.com to find a similar one, but be prepared...it will be pricey!