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Can you tell me the paint color(s) and process for the walls? Beautiful room!!
The ThicketStudio Ectypos
sloped side yard N&L: This is a good idea for future reference
Carmel, CA CottageLinda L. Floyd, Inc., Interior Design
N&L: Lush, ferns
N&L: ground covering between pavers
N&L: arbor, plantings
Ridge FarmWoodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
N&L: Love everything in this photo
Meyer ResidenceCreative Garden Spaces
front arbor N&L: We like this but prefer a flat top arbor with vine growth all around
Upstate estateMari Kirwood Design Associates
N&L: Another combination of hydrangea and ornamental grass. We do not like the
Handsome San FranciscoScot Meacham Wood Design
think that’s B.S.; it’s just not true.” The layered look: At first glance, a reader might assume these images belong to a larger home. The designer’s philosophy
Wood’s penchant for plaid is so well known, some call him the Man in Tartan. Perhaps his mother’s Scottish heritage explains the designer’s thing for
is the one about dark colors making a room feel smaller. “I think that’s B.S.; it’s just not true,” he says. “During the day I’m at the office or working
Wood’s penchant for plaid is so well known, some call him the Man in Tartan. Perhaps his mother’s Scottish heritage explains the designer’s thing for the
is the one about dark colors making a room feel smaller. “I think that’s B.S.; it’s just not true,” he says. “During the day I’m at the office or working
Master Bath 10026J.S. Brown & Co.
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This bathroom is approximately 6'6" x 7'4". Thanks for viewing our photos! J.S. Brown &
Does that clarify? - Monica Miller, J.S. Brown & Co.
The cabinet is 30" wide by 18" deep by 34.5" high - J.S. Brown & Co.
viewing our photos. We purchased all of this tile from Hamilton Parker. - J.S. Brown & Co
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doesn’t “kut” it, you may need to repaint the damaged area. That’s harder than it sounds, as it’s difficult to paint a small area without the patch showing.
That’s why she recommends an eggshell finish, which has the least possible sheen but
look like that first apartment you rented, with shiny walls,” says Daly. That’s why she recommends an eggshell finish, which has the least possible sheen but
doesn’t “kut” it, you may need to repaint the damaged area. That’s harder than it sounds, as it’s difficult to paint a small area without the patch showing.
look like that first apartment you rented, with shiny walls,” says Daly. That’s why she recommends an eggshell finish, which has the least possible sheen but
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