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London Bay Homes
1 Review
Emilia at Matera at The Lake Club
Featuring a two bedroom, 3.5 bath floor plan, the Emilia’s most striking feature is its Great Room design linking the kitchen, dining and living rooms by way of a massive interior archway. The rooms create nearly 900 sq. ft. of space for entertaining which seems even larger with the room’s voluminous 18-foot ceilings. Large glass sliding doors open the living and dining rooms...More
“without pop” — bkteju
Loudoun County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
Cottage in the Trees
French Country masterpiece featured in the NW Natural Street of Dreams, Portland, OR. Photo by Fabienne Photography and Design
“Fire place” — Narigo Mbago
Leslie L. Hunt Interior Design
9 Reviews
Hancock Park, CA
Nicole LaMotte
“Love this whole projects color scheme” — bellard83
Design By Lisa
7 Reviews
Dining Room
Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen
“Short curtain rods?” — dawsonmorgan
Traditional Dining Room
“6 ft round table, seats 10” — cdbuss
William Robbins/ GR&T Group of HER Realtors
3 Reviews
878 Bruck Street Columbus, OH 43206
“mint green” — bkteju
Steinberg Custom Designs
9 Reviews
Sarah Steinberg Custom Design
photo credit: KristinaObrien.com Repurposing the materials from the renovation of the main house (see Morris Project), converted a barn on the property into a living space including living room, kitchen, office, bathroom, and bedroom. The Barn is now an office space for the husband, a guest home for visitors, and a rental property for seasonal income.
“Sliding door for bathroom” — kellyjbotha
Washington DC Interior Designer
Harrison Interiors has been called a “hidden gem,” with a walk-in studio and a 50-mile service area that spans from Leesburg to Annapolis, Gaithersburg to Woodbridge.
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
14 Reviews
West Philadelphia Addition
Photography by Jeffrey Totaro. Walls are salvaged from an art gallery in Center City Philadelphia. It was realized once the wood was removed from the gallery that it had already been salvaged once before, so this is the wood’s third home. The homeowners wanted a white-washed finish to brighten the space. The floor is re-sawn from salvaged heart pine beams. The roof rafters are ...More
“Walls” — kellyjdr
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