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Brian Benda
Living Room
Ideabooks18,131
Questions23
off the floor. The top of the picture is 100" off the floor. It is a 50" plasma TV. The bracket is one that allows me to tilt the TV up and down. The TV is tilted down as far as the bracket will allow. The TV we have since put outside on our back porch is slightly larger than the one in this picture,
beautiful home pictures and information. With it I have been inspired and motivated to find out how we can achieve the same. Congratulations on all you've done with your home!
from the floor to your eye level there. That is the generally accepted hanging guideline. Personally, I am about to remove this TV from above the mantel and replace it with a painting. The reason is that we have so many other TVs around the house that this is the one we never watch, and it will also enable
“Everything” — lelatn
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
Exclusive dealer for Clive Christian, British Luxury Interiors. Full Service Interior Design firm specializing in Kitchens and Custom Cabinetry.
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Fautt Homes Corp
19 Reviews
Cabana's and Castia's
Ideabooks10,259
Questions11
columns wood or poly (manufactured)? Thanks!
sequoia red woods in past projects that really block out the neighbors and grow really fast. Sorry I don't have a photo of that. Don't plant them in a line more like a zig zag.
Like the home-like structure. Very clean and nice
white-painted wood, although I know it's impractical.
“Firepit ideas” — cgarafalo
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Stair Detail
Ideabooks1,377
Questions2
Can you tell me the wood species and color
like the wood rails and balustrades
light stairs with other dark wood
Simple wood. I like this. I really want the railing to be dark stained wood.
shape or wood rail and post
IF we end up with highly visible stairs, we like the two tone wood idea...likely not this particular wood though (we prefer cherry, oak,...). Actually we like using mixed woods generally. BUT, we don't like this picture all that much -
Like the two tone wood look - rip & sand & stain old oak flooring ?
“Handrail” — treehaven2013
Performance Kitchens & Home
11 Reviews
Downtown Shaker
Ideabooks230
Questions0
Counters Tile Floor Design Nancy Forman
Chair Wood Base Stool - Bar
A little too much wood. But a little paint and I'm good.
tile floor...tile floors...Kitchens & Home...Wood kitchen...the tile floor
“Mimi kitchen idea” — maseuva
Terry M. Elston, Builder
3 Reviews
Stately Spring Lake Home
Ideabooks333
Questions1
beautiful Wood-Mode kitchen was featured on the Parade of Homes and designed and furnished by the Kitchen & Bath Cottage (www.kbcottage.com) in Shreveport, LA. Walker Zanger tile, Wolf, Sub-Zero & Miele appliances were used throughout.
wood cabinets, painted island, double ovens, open to next room, colors, pretty good
“Space above cupboards” — georgiamaryhutton
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks5,799
Questions7
kind of wood was used here? Is this a combination of pieces or just one piece? What was used for the quarter round? thanks!
what kind of floor is this
Home Farm 1...white wood...wood flooring...wood trim...Pine floors...Floor and trim
“desk in dormer” — texanwoods
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
Ideabooks12,821
Questions12
for the floor and wall tile?
What a beautiful home! Who makes the bathroom faucets in both bathrooms? Thanks.
type of wood should be used?
style home in Hanover NH
on the floor?...white wood...wood trim...tile flooring...tile floor...Tile on floor...Wood trim??...floor detail
“Medicine cabinet placement” — hlb728
Kim E Courtney Interiors & Design Inc
1 Review
Kim E. Courtney Designs Harbor Hill House
Ideabooks25,933
Questions16
bench from floor to the top? What is the measurement from the floors to th
Courtney Home shades in a fresh Schumacher linen.
of the home so privacy was not an issue.
white wood...wood ceiling...wood flooring...dark floor...wood molding
“Kitchen nook” — Velia
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