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Casa Paralea
Hello, can you give me the dimensions for this fore and the ceiling height for the 1st and 2nd floor? Also, can you tell me about the staircase! It's a one of a kind!!! Thank you.
Where do I start!? I love the swirls!!! I think the chandelier is soo beautiful!! I love the design and every thing I would rate it 1-10 I would give it a perfect scored 10!!
“كل شي” — alnumian1
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
New York Transformation
On March 4, 2013 in a previous post the following response was given to the question: The pantry is approximately 3'-1" deep by 6'-6.5" wide. It is two doors to close it.
The pantry is approx. 3'1" by 6'6.5". That looks like a good size
3'1" x 6'6.5"
“like the way it is organized inside for useful access” — CG Design
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Bathroom
1x4 with backband on the sides. 1x6 on the top with a couple extra trim pieces to replicate the Craftsman look. And plinth blocks at the bottom. Gary Dresser Dresser
Bath 1
“Venatino marble tile floor” — wannabebuilder
Frances Herrera Interior Design
7 Reviews
Modern Traditional
I like the 1/2 wall tile on the walls - perhaps for the 1/2 bath next to the study on the first floor
Would be good for 1st floor bayh
“sink” — engelhart
Ally Whalen Design
15 Reviews
Her Office
I need a similar type table to hold a sculpture that is 16 1/2" in diameter in a small space
The table was client owned but I believe they have similar ones at pier1. Thanks for asking!
1. Decide on the new purpose for your room. Considering carefully the way you live in your home and use the current rooms. Do you need a home office or a workspace? Are you lacking a great place to store your extensive collection of books, or have you always wanted a piano but just didn't have a place
“Tout” — 1009couki
DOWN to Earth Architects
House 7
1/2 bath...1/2bath. Like walls
“stone finish” — marjorie1959
Amber Ranzau - haut haus, inc.
Tudor Kitchen Remodel
It's Santa Cecilia granite with a 1 x 3" herringbone stone tile.
santa cecilia & 1/3" herringbone stone tile (backsplash)
Backsplash It's Santa Cecilia granite with a 1 x 3" herringbone stone tile.
“Counter and blacksplash and floor” — thielmarci
Farinelli Construction Inc
7 Reviews
Farinelli Construction Inc
Im a local finish carpenter that does a lot of the shaker panels, where do your get your 1/2 x4 inch poplar at and 1/2x6? I can't seem to find a company that will mill it for me
The hallway width is 6ft 1inch
“floor” — jojoinlove
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