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Martha O'Hara Interiors
90 Reviews
Parkwood Road Residence Living Room
Ideabooks91,559
Questions68
Your rooms are stunning. My home has beautiful trim and crown molding and ceilings but they don't stand out. I would like to repaint to have a great foundation but am at a loss on
Valwhalen - In this home, the high-gloss floors run throughout the main level. Carpets and tile fill the rest of the spaces in the home. Thanks, Carleenwalsh21! Stay tuned!
Fall Dream Home. We would be happy to help you out! Thanks for your interest. -Martha O'Hara Interiors www.oharainteriors.com
This rug is available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. Give us a call and let us know that you're interested in the living room rug from the 2011 Fall Dream Home. 952.908
You must have a high end furniture store in your area that carries Baker furniture. If not, you can order online or over the phone, from Good's Home Furnishings in Hickory, N.C. They have a website and you can request a quote. Obviously, price goes up with higher end fabric. If you like the sofa
“Living room colors!!” — Alicia Shideler
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
Showhome 2010 - 2
Ideabooks9,034
Questions6
THE DESK IS PERFECT FOR MY NEW HOME OFFICE RENOVATION PROJECT
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Custom Walnut Desk from Beverly Tracy Home Design Beverly Tracy, Associate ASID Beverly Tracy Home Design
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Custom Walnut Desk from Beverly Tracy Home Design Beverly Tracy, Associate ASID Beverly Tracy Home Design Beverly Tracy Home Design on FB beverlytracyhd@gmail.com http://www.houzz
“Desk color scheme bay window” — amcconnell802
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
Ideabooks4,624
Questions4
This stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative
beautiful Monson slate roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an
Love this. Very classy and gives a luxury homely feel!!
“Rug” — scsm007
TATUM BROWN CUSTOM HOMES
7 Reviews
Windsor {University Park}
Ideabooks2,542
Questions5
Tatum Brown Custom Homes {Photo Credit: Danny Piassick} {Architectural credit: Mark Hoesterey of Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects}
where can I find the floor plan for this home?
Interesting to see Lincoln installed in Dallas. I am looking at Lincoln now - for a Chicago home - have their quote already - I am curious if you could share the dimensions of the
Great modern windows on an older home
The back of the house for additionTatum Brown Custom Homes {Photo Credit: Danny Piassick} {Architectural credit: Mark Hoesterey of Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects}
Exposed brick for a Denver home.
Giant windows and brick color - don't like the style of the home.
“Brock arches detail” — annechen05
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Interiors
Ideabooks11,111
Questions10
Contemporary Kitchen Builder: Rockridge Fine Homes Photography: Jason Brown
Rockridge Fine Homes and they will be able to help you: http://www.houzz.com/pro/rockridgehomes/rockridge-fine-homes
I'm not sure as I was just the photographer on site for a few hours. This home was built about 5 years ago by Rockridge Fine Homes so they'd
the colour will be accurate. The builder for this home, Rockridge Fine Homes, would probably be able to help you more if you contact them. Here's a gallery of this home that has another angle of the kitchen: http://www.rockridgedevelopments.com/homes/40/index.php
I am not sure about the colour of the cabinets as I only did the photography of this home. If your monitor is
“Love everything” — dekuipers
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
30 Reviews
Retro Revival
Ideabooks2,821
Questions2
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McGonigal Signature Homes
2 Reviews
McGonigal Signature Homes
Ideabooks41,730
Questions58
Thank you! It is a rug from HomeSense Canada. It's like Ross and TJ Maxx in the USA. It's just a fuzzy soft white rug. The chairs were from there too.
I bought them from HomeSense in Canada, likely won't find them again. You cannot order furniture
They were from HomeSense, like TJMaxx or Ross in the USA. I doubt you would come across them again.
They were from HomeSense in Canada, like Ross and TJ Maxx in the USA, you don't usually see them in the store again.
I purchased it at HomeSense (Canada), like TJ Maxx, Ross in USA. Likely won't see that item again. There are large silver ones that Pier 1 sell, or used to.
Colors for my home. Grey island, white cupboards, light grey floors.
“Floor” — daylenorber
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks28,461
Questions12
I searched for them because these vintage lights look remarkable in that setting. Something I found was this light http://decorinteriorsus.com/go-home-loft-pendant-light-fixture-11096.html and it seems it may be close. The diameter of the shade is 17" and the height is 20". If that's not the light
DREAM HOME!! Love everything about this home.
but if you can swing it, why not go for it? Glass doors that fold away, opening as much (or as little) of your home to the outdoors as you wish could completely change the way you live at home.
This how I see my home open and fresh
but if you can swing it, why not go for it? Glass doors that fold away, opening as much (or as little) of your home to the outdoors as you wish could completely change the way you live at home.
“open airy” — reddox8
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