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Hendel Homes
24 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks3,037
Questions4
I love the stone column idea & THE SCONCES DRILLED INTO THE STONE
“stones” — gramity
William T Baker
2 Reviews
William T Baker Houses
Ideabooks2,279
Questions2
Better than drilling holes through floor/carpet like I did, LOVE it!
“Golf in living space” — lindafra
Shelley & Company Interior Design
4 Reviews
Residential Portfolio
Ideabooks2,028
Questions9
It's the Elisabeth buffet http://www.olystudio.com/product/dining/casegoods-shelving/buffets-add-sku-without-drill.html
“Sillon” — fosforade
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Emily Ruddo
9 Reviews
Living Room by Emily Ruddo
Ideabooks35,372
Questions43
HI arlenepclements.. it is a tv bracket that you mount on the wall and drill holes into the wall to hide the cords that come out of the wall behind the media cabinet and plug into the equipment. This one does turn at an angle
“Pot” — smilot
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Weekapaug
Ideabooks1,633
Questions4
Adding softness and texture to a traditional or retro room scheme with its delicate-looking foliage. Light requirement: Place the fern in a brightly lit spot clear of drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep your indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a
Maidenhair Fern Light requirement: Place in brightly lit spot clear of drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant in a self-watering
“small beachy living room” — loismarshall
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
Project in Tiburon
Ideabooks170K
Questions103
That should not present a problem; just adjust the size to fit your requirements.
mentioned above is absolutely right. The heat from the flu it not so much a problem as is soot from a real wood burning fire place. And yes, looking up requires a consistent use of eye muscles making it less relaxing to watch TV.
estimate to do this. Every home is different and your existing fireplace, believe it or not, is unique. These need to be inspected and each case may require different solutions.
“just built in idea - not style - just concept” — loricarr1963
Traditional Family Room
Ideabooks6,567
Questions8
It meets the minimum clearance requirements for the fireplace. Typically this is done by insetting the TV in a niche or making sure their is a mantel that meets the required overhang to direct the heat away. MAKE SURE YOU READ THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR EACH
“Au dessus du garage” — mifoi
Boomgaarden Architects
10 Reviews
Winnetka Avenue
Ideabooks9,982
Questions12
Consider how the room is used and how many people will use it. This will dictate the type of furnishings you'll need and the amount of seating required.
Function. Consider how the room is used and how many people will use it. That will dictate the type of furnishings you'll need and the amount of seating required.
“Brique blanche” — celles
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