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Jeanne Finnerty Interior Design
2 Reviews
Classic City Kitchen
Ideabooks51,701
Questions51
of wood was used on cabinetry? What kind of wood is recommended if it is going to be painted? (vs. stained) Thank you.
is in the northeast, which can skew the numbers. You would be better off going to a local cabinet-shop and show them these images.
Which stainless steel sink did you use? I am going to use a polished nickel faucet and am nervous about mixing with stainless
If you need to go small, how cute is this.
feel bigger, and that's certainly a safe approach. But don't be afraid to go dark, either. Deep tones such as black, navy, charcoal and chocolate recede
feel bigger, and that’s certainly a safe approach. But don’t be afraid to go dark, either. Deep tones such as black, navy, charcoal and chocolate recede
“Small kitchen” — kateciceri1
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Julie Williams Design
8 Reviews
Project in Tiburon
Ideabooks190K
Questions120
about materials needed. e.g. flexible exhaust and fresh air return pipe to go up chimney. Thank you
Great job Julie - I am going to include this into one of my topics I am doing on Fireplaces. As a contributing
Thank you. I love this look and I am going have something done very similar,
not the person to give advice on paint techniques, especially if you are going to paint the tile. I would consult a painting professional and get their
Where did you go for the custom ottoman and what diameter is it? Love the look!
Sometimes it seems there isn't anywhere else for the TV to go except above the mantel. I'm sure the original owners of our old homes could
If the all-over-noir look is not your thing, you can also go with a touch of gray. The pros at Julie Williams Design accented the fireplace
“Fireplace and tv” — sydster1999
Allan Malouf Studio
French Chateaux
Ideabooks597
Questions0
Statues. Statues go under the heading of artwork as well, of course, but they have a stronger
it off. Tip: A statue can be very heavy. Make sure you know where it is going before having it delivered and choose the location wisely, as it will be
5. Statues. Statues go under the heading of artwork as well, of course, but they have a stronger presence than many other art pieces do. Statues lend an
set it off.Tip: A statue can be very heavy. Make sure you know where it is going before having it delivered and choose the location wisely, as it will be
“The statue is great. Nice combo of old and new” — shoopj
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
Ideabooks37,282
Questions12
noise. These are heavy appliances that move around a lot. If the laundry is going to be on an upper floor, the floor joists should be reinforced to handle
cannot go into the dryer. An adjustable shower curtain rod can suffice. Keep extra hangers so that items you typically hang in the closet can go right onto
“Cabinets and clothes rod” — lenoirma
Dijeau Poage Construction
San Francisco Kitchen & Bath
Ideabooks130K
Questions75
Why do they bother posting their pictures if they aren't going to answer our questions? Very frustrating!! Several people would llike
I will advise you to space the ceiling electrical boxes 30" apart. Can't go wrong.
Same here. Don't agree to be on Houzz website if you aren't going to provide answers to questions.
define them as practical, but they are beautiful! If it is in the budget, I say go for it! Especially it the treatment ties into other areas well.
needEven if you're going the DIY route, unless you're building your own kitchen cabinets and doing your own electrical and plumbing, you're going to have to work
“Kitchen” — celestepillsbury
A Perfect Placement
Foyer
Ideabooks22,008
Questions32
I'm going for the same dark handrail. Did you use dark stain or paint?
I would have to go back into my archives but what you are looking at is about 9'w x 15'l
Go to photo question search color scheme, I found it on page 5
to go to the right and be in one room; go to the left and be in another room; walk straight forward and be in yet another room still. Or just go upstairs
should we go darker with the floor, also like the trim in doorway, could we do this on
Handrails go all the way to the step....
“runners” — ginnyosman
Aquascape Inc.
6 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks10,612
Questions3
koi pond will drain into the ground,” Leidner says. Expert tip: If you do go with a rubber liner, Leidner recommends buying a few bags of concrete, poking
1. Dig You’re going to need a hole. A big one. It's free if you do it yourself. If you need the
Leidner prefers deeper holes, but it’s up to you what aesthetic you’re going for. Both shallow and deep ponds have their benefits and disadvantages.
1. DigYou’re going to need a hole. A big one. It's free if you do it yourself. If you need the
factors.Leidner prefers deeper holes, but it’s up to you what aesthetic you’re going for. Both shallow and deep ponds have their benefits and disadvantages.
“dk” — Sue Johnson
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
24 Reviews
Buena Vista Deco
Ideabooks4,071
Questions5
Vestible tile going into master bedroom / color scheme for master bath room
is ideal. Keep in mind that when you have textured walls, the shinier you go the more obvious the texture, cracks and flaws. Flat has the tendency to be
blemishes or cracking your walls may have. On the contrary, you may want to go for an eggshell or satin finish to guard against absorption that happens in
is ideal. Keep in mind that when you have textured walls, the shinier you go the more obvious the texture, cracks and flaws. Flat has the tendency to be
blemishes or cracking your walls may have. On the contrary, you may want to go for an eggshell or satin finish to guard against absorption that happens in
“Love” — dianamvargas
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