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JB Architecture Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
Custom Architecture
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Questions164
assume that is what was used on this home. Several manufacturers have a product in this color.
home we were hired as Architect only. I do not have information on exact product selection or where it may have been purchased, sorry.
Construction. Sorry, but we do not have information on specific materials or product selections.
What kind of wood product is it.
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Elizabeth Swartz Interiors
5 Reviews
Green Mountain Homestead, Killington, VT
Ideabooks2,659
Questions3
it had a history, had been in this location forever. In earlier times, products and craftsmen that were local to a building location were incorporated
and wood working, local stone, lighting made nearby, etc. We used local products like Vermont Danby Marble, Crown Point Cabinetry and Hubbardton Forge Lighting
“Like curtain + bench” — khilgenbrink
Fredman Design Group
12 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks317
Questions3
Cambria practices sustainable business by recycling 100% of water used in production using an on-site storm drainage pond. The large island is ideal for
from Carol what is the name of this cambria product?
custom-built for the homeowner and are environmentally conscious with their production, meaning low-VOC treatments. Hope that helps!
“Table leg overhang for more seats” — Terrain Outdoor Craftsmen
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Spinnaker Development
Ideabooks22,591
Questions26
Development of Newport Beach, Ca. For further information regarding any products from this property please email angelina@spinndev.com
The backsplash detail was installed using two different products. We combined a 4"x8" white carrera tile separated with a 1" band of oval
flooring custom made and finished off site, it's is not a store bought product, sorry...
“Black door” — dmaccarella
Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Chestnut Street Kitchen
Ideabooks72,345
Questions63
grade finish did you apply to the countertops? Is that a food safe product? Green product?
finish did you apply to the countertops? Is that a food safe product? Green product?
factory, but yes, it is a food safe product!
The finish is done at the factory, but yes, it is a food safe product!
inquiry! The sink was not sourced by us, but Native Trails makes a similar product - they are great! We use their sinks all the time and have them in our showroom
inquiry! The sink was not sourced by us, but Native Trails makes a similar product - they are great! We use their sinks all the time and have them in our
“copper sink” — Decorating Den Interiors
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Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks208
Questions1
crop along the neighboring Altamaha River, St. Simons was known for its production of long-staple cotton, which soon came to be known as Sea Island cotton
brought the island its first public school. With a major shipyard for the production of Liberty ships in nearby Brunswick, the waters of St. Simons became
“Over the top!!!” — jcharty
We Got Lites
3 Reviews
Trevot Collection Graphite 1-Light 17" Outdoor Sconce
Ideabooks127
Questions0
inception, ELK Lighting has made a commitment to deliver innovative, quality product with designer appeal and conscientious value. Today, those lasting traditions
traditions endure. From our family to yours, we appreciate you choosing our product to be a part of your family. ELK - Lighting for Distinctive Homes. Measurements
“Wood door with windows” — jennkoko203
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Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks606
Questions0
crop along the neighboring Altamaha River, St. Simons was known for its production of long-staple cotton, which soon came to be known as Sea Island cotton
brought the island its first public school. With a major shipyard for the production of Liberty ships in nearby Brunswick, the waters of St. Simons became
“Stairs access!” — eamanhome
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