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Tali Hardonag Architect
9 Reviews
Front porch
Ideabooks40,015
Questions12
is made by T.M. Cobb. Style is “Wright-Craftsman” in
Great look! Would you share the brand and style of hardware (handle)?
This is a craftsman style door. We sell these doors. Please check out our website http://www.doornmore.com/more-ways-to-shop/shop-by-style/craftsman-home-style.html
If you are in Michigan or surrounding areas, RJ Raven in Grand Rapids Michigan builds a superior door completely by hand. You can see this style and many others on their website, or call 800-442-09147, rjraven.com. I recommend always looking for a local craftsmen before resorting to big box
Front Door is made by T.M. Cobb. Style is “Wright-Craftsman” in Cherry http://www.tmcobb.com/entry_craftsman.html
“Simple” — dfinner
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
try this
Ideabooks3,960
Questions13
I just love this chair. It reminds me of the Art Deco style.
Love the style of the chair mixed with velvet
Mood is everything in art deco style, and layered lighting is crucial to creating the right atmosphere. Sconces and torchères beam light up or down to cast a flattering, sultry glow. Art deco fixtures were futuristic
Style Secret: Evocative LightingMood is everything in art deco style, and layered lighting is crucial to creating the right atmosphere. Sconces and torchères beam light up or down to cast
futuristic for their era, with polished, shiny materials such as chrome and brass, and many reflect the strong geometric influence that's a hallmark of the style. Glam it up: Art deco lighting borders on bombastic yet maintains a fundamental elegance. The sunburst pattern (a popular art deco motif, by the way)
“Coffee colour palatte” — Emily Goodwin Interiors
Ventana Construction LLC
11 Reviews
Greenlake Custom Home
Ideabooks13,258
Questions8
Who makes the cabinets? What is the model/style?
These are custom cabinets from Acorn Cabinets in the Seattle area. They are shaker style and made with cherry faces.
They are custom cabinets, and @bepsf is right about the style and material.
Looks like simple cherry shaker-style cabinets.
Like color and style of cabinets and drawers.
“Bathroom storage. Needs two sinks if master” — pziemann
Pinto Designs and Associates
Sophisticated Key West Style
Ideabooks9,363
Questions7
cabinets create a cozy yet chic style.
galley style kitchen for small house, arched windows
Love cottage style? It doesn't get more cottage chic than beadboard. The center panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used
bright and clean feel, all the little cracks and crevasses on this door style can be a pain to keep clean.
and clean feel, all the little cracks and crevasses on this door style can be a pain to keep clean.
6. BeadboardLove cottage style? It doesn’t get more cottage chic than beadboard. The centre panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard panelling. Beadboard
Beadboard. Love cottage style? It doesn't get more cottage chic than beadboard. The center panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative
“Beadboard cabinets create a cozy yet chic style.” — Medford Remodeling
Orion Design, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hyde Park-Return to Prairie
Ideabooks5,757
Questions11
sure what is the exact type. These classic style sinks are made by Alfi and Whitehous. You can easily find them online as well at our website.
These cabinets are by Plato. Their prairie style in Alder with a Cinnamon finish.
Like the cabinet door style and color
the mission style cabinets --a little too much but I can use idea
cabinet front style (frame of it)
“like the color of the cabnets” — lpkiley
robert kelly
9 Reviews
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
Ideabooks18,729
Questions15
What style are the kitchen cabinet doors?
I have a late 1940s brick colonial and want to keep the cabinet doors to something of that time.I am not sure if this style is true to the age of the home. Thanks.
These are 1920s style cabinet doors called "inset" doors and the cabinets are called "face frame". 1940s was towards the end of the depression (less money, more practical design) and most houses from this period have 1/2 overlay style doors.
i like the "chevron-style" placed tiles and
Like the cabinets, (although not the open cabinets, would put glass doors on them), like the stove, but not the hood area. Does not go with the style of the kitchen.
range hood looks like part of architecture rather than a big metal industrial kitchen, not sure about pilasters but like from the mantlepiece style trim up. FYI-when range was added to original house it was placed in the original in kitchen cooking fireplace using the chimney for exhaust.
“Compact efficient and still in the 1920's style” — Tara Sawyer Garoutte
Michael Kelley Photography
7 Reviews
Southern California Homes
Ideabooks1,008
Questions1
could use this as an exterior style
Older style Spanish facade also works nicely.
ranch style hacienda
tile roof? hacienda style?
and Hacienda style...ranch style stucco...ranch style...Spanish Style...style and windows
“one level” — debtap123
Imagine Living
Modern chairs
Ideabooks1,478
Questions5
Wow! total departure from home's architectural style!
The style of your interior decoration should be the same as the style of your home's architecture? Uh, no. This fabulous home — which makes me dream of Tuscany and stone farmhouses
The style of your in­te­rior dec­o­ra­tion should be the same as the style of your home's ar­chi­tec­ture? Uh, no. This fab
The style of your interior decoration should be the same as the style of your home's architecture? Uh, no. This fabulous home — which makes
The style of your interior decoration should be the same as the style of your home's architecture? Uh, no. This fabulous home — which makes me dream of Tuscany and stone farmhouses — is made fresh and inviting with its decidedly contemporary table and chairs.Let me be clear: There would be nothing wrong
“Well worn” — open4peg
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