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Southam Design Inc
8 Reviews
Stairs
Ideabooks57
Questions1
and much more durable; it is the similar to the glass used for windshields. We highly recommend using tempered glass in high traffic areas or on anything
“Mesmerizing” — 1jvande
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
Bensonwood's mission for over 40 years has been crafting beautiful and healthy, high-performance home sanctuaries capable of enduring for centuries.
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Hemphill's Rugs & Carpets
48 Reviews
Custom Rugs
Ideabooks5
Questions1
What did you use for flooring at the top of the stairs? How did you transition?
Used a wood stair nosing to separate the different Fabrica wool carpet that was installed upstairs. Thank you for asking.
“Carpet runner” — Kajal Parikh
Stranville Living
118 Sixmile Ridge - Contemporary Show Home
Ideabooks2
Questions1
Did you use smooth ceilings throughout
on the second floor and basement are very fine knock down. The technique used for these ceilings is called orange peel.
Rawlings Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Nahmias Residence
Ideabooks4
Questions0
Designed by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP and built by Arlene Dean. The use of the Prairie style generated forms that optimize passive solar, passive ventilation
Located in a neighborhood with Craftsman Bungalows from 1910-20, the design used elements and forms familiar to houses in the area and just arranged in a
“clerestory window treatment” — Ultimate Josh Temple Project "Anastasia's House"
Portland Stair Company
13 Reviews
Seaside Brewing Company
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Built circa 1920s use to be many things Jail house, city office, water bureau..... New owners have restored a lot of character of what it use to be. Portland
“banister” — dlfaber
Amber Stairs & Railings Inc.
1 Review
Straight Stairs
Ideabooks19
Questions1
installation work required on-site. The material used was red oak (flat sawn). Often a paint store can use a photo to get color matches though.
“Iron railings” — sarajohnsonbu
Feridun Özçelik
villa ayser
Ideabooks16
Questions0
Use this rope idea to cover a wall...maybe behind kitchen counters or behind fron tdoor
interesting idea with the roping - could something like that be used for the loft railing?
“only rope, no railing” — Catie Knudson
Cabochon Surfaces & Fixtures
12 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks15
Questions2
tiles. The homeowner purchased them directly from us, are you thinking of using this type of tile on stair risers as well? I would be happy to get you more
information on the material. As far as the lighting...I do not believe that they used rope, they have lighting that ran directly under the stairs. Please let me
“old world?” — gtzachry
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