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Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Mauna Lani Bay
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Questions3
i like the lay out. play cards, eat drink; very versatile
“Chairs!” — Casey Crockett
Dynamic Designs Furniture
1 Review
Fort Lauderdale
Ideabooks186
Questions0
Back room could be card table area
“The mural and the rich woods” — lizmit
Ashley Camper Photography
Lifestyle by Design
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lighting and a hammock converge on this porch to make an irresistible hideaway. Whether your idea of R&R involves pouring cocktails and playing cards with friends, or enjoying a little peace and quiet solo, a setup like this will have you covered.
“Table” — jadejaz
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McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Wing House
Ideabooks5,209
Questions3
BahnCard yai
“Roof” — Brenwick Homes
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
20 Reviews
Jerry Jacobs Design: Interior Design San Francisco Bay Area
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“Beautiful headboard” — scroberts06
Progressive Construction, Inc.
1 Review
Florida Keys Island House
Ideabooks3,361
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Nice spot to set-up the laptop, have a drink, play some cards...
“Bar” — hummer71
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
20 Reviews
Yacht Club Penthouse, Mexican Caribbean Riviera
Ideabooks1,119
Questions4
We provided a Pantone card and they produced it custom on site for our approval.
“Wall color” — adriennecolella
ZAK Architecture
Master Bath
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Stone Forest Oval Bathtub, carved out of a chunk of blue-gray granite — although the exquisite, storage-packed double vanity is envy inducing as well. Note the architect’s use of straw matting between the ceiling trusses — another nice touch!
Stone Forest Oval Bathtub, carved out of a chunk of blue-gray granite — although the exquisite, storage-packed double vanity is envy inducing as well. Note the architect’s use of straw matting between the ceiling trusses — another nice touch!
“Vanity” — barnesme
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