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Martha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design & Photo Styling | Nor-Son Inc, Remodel | Troy Thies, Photography
although there is another in the same style with another "ring" of the candle-like lights, which is available through O'Hara Interiors. For more info and pricing, contact us at email@example.com. Thanks!
JML Interior Design
Home in St. Louis
screensaver, and I was very impressed with the inviting "feel" you've created in what can often be an awkward space. Any chance you can remember the interior dimensions - length, depth, and heights of the room?
colors and interior decor --- perfect
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Applegate Tran Interiors
Pacific Heights 2
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roth sheppard architects
creating an aesthetic that is rooted in tradition yet respectful of a contemporary lifestyle. The interior flows from an open kitchen living concept to a more traditional layout of defined rooms. An artist studio with an exterior eroded stone façade defines one end of the house while bedrooms define the other
Fatter & Evans Architects, Inc.
Thank you for your interest! Unfortunately, the interior designer does not have that information on file. Let us know if you have any other questions!
Bedroom ideas for the studio
Modern Craft Construction, LLC
Please contact Jason Jones of Studio Thomas James, INC. He did all of the interior design on this project and would be able to help you out. ...
Contact Cathy Iverson, Interior Designer on this home, Market of Fleas. 612/850-8660 for more information, thanks!
DwellStudio Chinoiserie Pearl Bedding
doors and drawers feature polished nickel bin pulls and cut glass knobs. The small, upper doors sport restoration glass. Photography by Fish Eye Studios
Thank you for the compliment DC Interiors & Renovations! We'd love to get you the information you're looking for, but don't understand the question... Could you please clarify?
The cook top is actually in the island, but is hidden by the bar top. This was the idea behind the design as it allows for a mess free view into the kitchen from the dining room.