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Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
EDDIE House
Ideabooks3,300
Questions5
nasty stuff, from pesticides to asphalt, comes in on the bottom of our shoes — make your home a cleaner, healthier place by instituting a no-shoes policy in 2014. Bonus: Your floors will look cleaner longer, so you can spend less time with the vacuum and mop.
nasty stuff, from pesticides to asphalt, comes in on the bottom of our shoes — make your home a cleaner, healthier place by instituting a no-shoes policy in 2014. Bonus: Your floors will look cleaner longer, so you can spend less time with the vacuum and mop.
tools where you won't miss them can help, especially when you are first trying to adopt a new habit. For instance, if you want to start a no-shoes policy at home, try keeping a pair of slippers near the door and a bench and boot tray at hand for leaving outdoor shoes behind.
“Shows inside of box around balusters” — karenbb1
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Genius Loci
Ideabooks464
Questions1
privacy screen
Privacy screen
“Vertical white slat ballustrade” — janastef
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Ideabooks54,698
Questions15
Gerrick, We are the interior design firm who worked with an architect and builder to design and furnish the home. Out of respect for our clients' privacy, we really can't talk about their professions. However, I can say that our clients tend to be experts in their fields - whether it's business, technology
Thanks for reaching out! We're so glad that you admire this home. However, in consideration of our client's privacy, we can't post a floor plan of the home.
“Different seating area idea” — agraham4116
Bates Masi Architects LLC
1 Review
Genius Loci
Ideabooks2,723
Questions3
privacy screen
“white with color wood” — edenhurst1
Advanced Window Fashions
2 Reviews
Rutledge Avenue
Ideabooks14
Questions0
“stairwell window treatment” — forest77
JFF Design Architects
4 Reviews
Floating Stair
Ideabooks18
Questions0
loft style design. We wanted to focus on this view and provide an open experience within a narrow space on a multi-level while providing necessary privacy from the guest suite. The unique feature of this project is the stair. We were approached to provide a stair devoid of a railing, so we responded
“one idea” — koeniger
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