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Cameo Homes Inc.
11 Reviews
Federal Heights Remodel by Cameo Homes Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah
Ideabooks41,193
Questions16
from contempo tile & stone. More of a dull grey material. Very simple and easy to use.
simplicity ~~ still need a coat closet
“Nice reception” — janisurq
Parkyn Design
20 Reviews
Executive Retreat
Ideabooks20,999
Questions15
easy desk
“Beads” — valerieuf71
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Nordquist
Ideabooks130K
Questions34
It's not easy to see the flooring; are they small square grey ceramic tile or marble?
Wash closet
“Bead board” — kchristopherson
KCS, Inc.
Mill Valley Estate
Ideabooks33,716
Questions19
toe kick area tall enough to get feet under and easy to clean
Double sink with closet in middle
“girls bathroom” — bhstewy
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks54,927
Questions31
room's decor, with the hidden TV and Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it really is: ...
“bedroom fireplace and sliding barn doors to hide the tv” — tessa_blue
Lewis Alderson & Co
Hampshire
Ideabooks740
Questions1
looks like it would be pretty easy to have someone build a surround for the washer and dryer.
Add a clothes bar, take out hooks, add small closet. Good
“Added shelf, coat hooks” — dubbledekka
Traditional Bedroom
Ideabooks74,566
Questions44
the hidden TV and entertainment consoles beneath. Click here to see how easy TVCoverUps really is: ...
fireplace/ built in structure ( not color) ideally takes over 1/3 of Aidan's closet--- for our living room books will have a home
“love it all” — tonilake
Witt Construction
3 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
Ideabooks230K
Questions189
ALL TRIM, BUILT INS, INTERIOR DOORS, CLOSETS: SNOWBOUND #7004 by Sherwin Williams CEILINGS: DOVER WHITE #6385 by Sherwin
Are these the kind of windows that are easy to clean and do not require storm windows?
“Pretty framing of the kitchen” — cwalker420
Closets. Do you evenly split?
Do you evenly split the space in your master closet with your significant other? Or does one person take up more space? How do you divide the space...
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