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Dear Amanzella, The vanity was my design and crafted by Draper/DBS, for whom we are the dealer here in northern New Jersey. Tom Santarsiero Ulrich, Inc. 201-445-1260
cabinet has a surrounding mitered frame of finished walnut stock from our cabinet manufacturer, Draper/DBS. I took their material, mitered and joined it together, much like a picture frame, and attached those frames to the cabinet boxes. Our carpenter then slid each entire assembly into their respective openings
detailed information. We are using maple so the color wouldnt look the same, but the process you used is very helpful for us in deciding how to finish our piece. I really appreciate your time!
shelf cabinet is about 34" wide and 51" high. I built it myself in my home woodshop (along with the wainscot panel assembly below the tub deck) and our carpenter installed it within the rough opening he had framed in the wall. The casing that frames the opening of the cabinet was also installed in
Mill Valley, CA
one or two left in our inventory. Would you be interested? If so contact me at email@example.com --Jason Urrutia/Urrutia Design
Hi Joan, It's from a dealer that is no longer in business. If you need assistance with the selection/purchase of a sideboard you can contact our office at 415 332-7777
Hi Jan. Thank you for your interest in our light fixture. I've attached a photo for you. --Jason Urrutia/Urrutia Design
The set up is similar to ours.
Thyme & Place Design LLC
White Transitional Kitchen
The cabinets are from Greenfield Cabinetry. I am sure that you can find a dealer in the area. The finish is Brownstone with a black glaze on Walnut
Paint around the window box- could we do same as island in our window area?
Colors would work with our existing floors.
backsplash with basically our color scheme
beautiful and energy saving renovation
This is a part that can be purchased through a Wellborn Cabinet dealer or through a cabinet accessory vendor such as Rev-A-Shelf. We purchased it directly from Wellborn.
I sent her this pic but it didn't help much, she sent me some pictures of samples but so far no luck,I really would love this,it matches perfect foe our kitchen.if you have time could you please try to give me more info,thanks rick
Yes those are the same pulls. You may contact our Kitchen designer direct she would have al the information on those selections. Maggie with IAS at 407-497-8479
Transitional Living Room
Douglas Roller Shades collection, please visit: .... We at Windo Vango (WindoVanGo.com) are an exclusive Hunter Douglas dealer that serves the Baltimore, MD area. To find a dealer near you, you can visit HunterDouglas.com. Thanks, Windo VanGo
Lucy Interior Design
Is the flooring oak? Do you know the color of the stain? I also have a Tudor and this kitchen is our inspiration. Thanks in advance for this very helpful information
We are happy to assist you with these antique maps. We have a favorite map dealer who we use. This fun wall montage represented all the states our clients lived-sort of a heritage wall! We matted and framed keeping in the mind the antique maps. We would love to
Hi we custom mixed it with our painter. Sorry to be vague. Lucy
The Landmark Group
Whole Nine Yards
We are currently designing an area at our home very similar to this layout. I would greatly appreciate the dimensions. It always helps to see something completed! I love the whole look you
Trough Burner Insert Kit from HPCfire.com. They have an extensive website with many options if you want to go with natural gas. and you can find local dealers that can better help you with pricing. thx for the question :)
The limestone diving rock was acquired from our local quarry here in Grey/Bruce County. it was found already shaped with minor chiselling done to remove sharp areas.
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Calamus Circle Residence
great patchwork area rug! What is the brand/dealer?
love your lamp. check out our company for more lamp choice: conocopianolamps.com
fall, and we’ve worked on homes in almost every state. The process for working with people out of state is surprisingly similar to how we work with our local clients.”So if you spy a designer whose work you love here on Houzz and see that he or she is based in a city far from where you live, don’t i