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Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
Ideabooks4,207
Questions6
you can make perpendicular cuts (with a sliding mitre saw and a jig) every ~3/8in down the length of the board. these cuts should cut through all but about 1/8in of the board. then construction adhesive is spread over all the cuts and the board is bent, glued, and nailed into place. when the construction
What do you like about this photo?color
“Chandelier” — ybuchananmd
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Catalyst Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
Residences in DeBordieu Colony, Georgetown, SC
Ideabooks8,482
Questions7
they installed board by board against the studs? If I wanted to do a look like this in my bathroom, but install the planks vertically, how would I go about doing that? Thanks so very much!
how about railing all in white?
“walls” — design44
GRADY-O-GRADY Construction & Development, Inc.
7 Reviews
Laguna Hills Country French Manor
Ideabooks4,552
Questions5
new books European Style Villa Design and American Style Villa Design. We are really interested in your projects, so would you pls give me your idea about this? Or could you pls tell me who is in charge of the publication? The contribution is free and if your project is published, we will send you a copy
I dislike everything about this staircase except that it goes up and then splits to either side of the house. that seems cook.
“It's just so grand. I like the openness, the split and the catwalk.” — mccarla
Tatiana
Old Farm
Ideabooks10,865
Questions10
About the same cost here in South Florida. The iron railings is the cheap part, the wood and wood staining is the more expensive part.
what about if we did this kind of crown molding design (one doorway instead of two to make a separation between kitchen and great room
“Gorgeous foyer” — designer1988
Traditional Staircase
Ideabooks482
Questions2
I love the sculpture! What can you tell me about it?
What do you like about this photo? Bitchin' wing
“white newell post” — avargas3
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showcase 2007
Ideabooks12,751
Questions9
Those are wide plank White Oak floors. I am not sure the stain. Our average plank floor made is about 8" in width. This seems to be where people are most comfortable when comparing the pros and cons of plank flooring. joel@eutree.com
How about a big clock by the stairs??
“Wainscotting” — chofmann
Richard Leggin Architects
Arts and Crafts
Ideabooks1,355
Questions2
Love newel post in this - would like to know if I can have them made for a stair redo - also wondering about the balusters - kind of hard to tell in this photo but are they cylinder in form too? That is what I am wanting however these look like they may square
I like the simplicity of the round post. Don't like the "lighthouse" shape - should be straight cylinder. Not sure about the little spiral on top either. Would prefer it flatter.
“Railing” — renokar
ROBERT HARVEY OSHATZ, ARCHITECT
3 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks200
Questions1
The home is about 7,500 sq feet with an additional 1,800 sq feet underground garage. It is a 3 story structure with garden roofs. The stairs are cantilevering out of a stone cylinder which houses an elevator.
Stonework and contemporary stairs Like stone and wood ceiling. Not sure about stairs-Cam
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