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K2 Design Group, Inc.
Marco Island Condo Living Room
Ideabooks1,658
Questions5
jenny carter
Jenny provost
“Sofas and leather chair” — coh7246m
K2 Design Group, Inc.
ASID 2012 Design Excellence Awards
Ideabooks32
Questions0
Jenny carter
jenny provost
“unique wood accents” — valeriescrogins
Jenni Leasia Design
9 Reviews
Furnace Street Riverfront
Ideabooks130K
Questions103
Jenni, I read all the comments and do not see whet Benjamin Moore ceiling paint color this is. Thank you
Hi Jenni, can you please tell me where to find the brass candle sconces on the veneer above the fireplace? Thanks!
Hi Jenni! What a lovely room. Could you please tell me if you think this wall paint would go with a nstadia ai
I think so. Send me an email and we can discuss. Jenni
Thanks They are prefinished cherry with a dark stain. Jenni
Hi Jenni, I would like a quote and measurements of this sectional, please! patriciasohn@gmail.com Thank you!
This is a Weiland Door. There are other manufacturers of this type of door too. Jenni Leasia Design
I love it too. It is an outdoor chandelier available through Restoration Hardware. There are indoor versions too. Thanks! Jenni
“Fireplace” — samitche
Botanica Atlanta | Landscape Design-Build-Maintain
11 Reviews
Residential Landscaping
Ideabooks4,519
Questions3
Just wondering what the ground cover is... it looks like creeping jenny but not sure.
Yes, it is Golden Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea').
golden creeping jenny between stones, chairs and walls
Golden Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea').
The golden creeping Jenny and stone around a firepit.
Yes, it is Golden Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea').
“In ground” — lynneavril
Pam Adams
7 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks7,616
Questions8
that is creeping jenny yes. beautiful landscape
Use low box edging to maintain formal lines and creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia) as a lower edging to help soften the edge with the brick paving.
Tree and creeping Jenny ground cover
Here we see low box edging maintaining formal lines, while creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia) has been used as a lower edging to help soften the edge with the brick paving.
“Creeping Jenny and dwarf boxwood” — suebradstreet
Jenni Leasia Design
9 Reviews
Informal French Kitchen
Ideabooks7,550
Questions29
So sorry, I was referring to the beautiful floor...thanks you Jenni
Hello. We made a custom glaze. JenniLeasiaDesign.com
no longer available. The manufacturer does not have distribution here any more. Good luck with your project. Jenni Leasia Design
We designed the cabinets and had them custom made. Jenni Leasia Design
these cabinets is birch. We had them painted and glazed. Jenni
It is oak. I believe white oak. It was sanded and stained in place. I don't know the exact stain. The flooring contractor did several samples for us on the sanded floor. Jenni
You should be able to have something like this made locally. If you want me to give you the name of our fabricator for this project I can dig it up. Jenni
“cabinet color and handle color” — byumommy
Jenni Leasia Design
9 Reviews
Pantry & Baking Center
Ideabooks23,137
Questions8
treated it to age ahead of its time and blend with the antiqued copper hood. Jenni Leasia Design
The hardware on the hutch is from Bosetti Marella by Classic Hardware. It is available at hardware showrooms and online. Jenni Leasia Design
Would a little crack at the joint drive you crazy? We designed the cabinets in these photos to have the patina and charm of older cabinetry. Jenni
Hi Jenni. We love your work on this kitchen. What are these cabinets made of? Looks like wood. Any reason why wood over MDF for painted? We want wood
recommend some products. You will have to do some experimenting! Jenni Leasia
Clarification: The base color is close to Benjamin Moore Classic Colors: Night Mist--not Gray Mist. It is a soft green/blue/gray. Sorry for the confusing info. Jenni
“Upper space for display since I can't reach it anyway” — diytam
Jenni Leasia Design
9 Reviews
Furnace Street Riverfront
Ideabooks8,623
Questions13
Benjamin Moore, Floral White. Jenni Leasia Design
Isn't it luscious? That's why they call it Frappe. It's in the Benjamin Moore Aura palette. I think it's a perfect cream. Jenni Leasia Design
like them. We had them custom made. If you would like a quote, we would be glad to provide one. Jenni Leasia Design
Hello. The room is about 13' wide and 21' long. Jenni
“Window placement” — lamb532
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