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FISHER HART
6 Reviews
Kitchens
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We have the same lights with a 9 foot long island and I am wondering if you recommend two or three lights?
names as well). It's a very hard stone - great for kitchens. It's also the stone we used for the countertops. The backsplash mosaic is a custom blend of art glass from Artistic Tile.
Hi - I'm actually the architect who designed that kitchen. The island in the photo is 8'-7". The number of pendants
case they were more decorative, and of we had added a third fixture, it would have blocked the view towards the stone arch which was the focus if the room. Because we only went with two fixtures, we were able to go with larger fixtures than I would have chosen if we had gone with three. I have used three
“Arch” — ealbee
New England Design & Construction
16 Reviews
Bathroom
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Hi christym1031, we have mirrors at furnishedup that you might like. You can see some of them here but the complete catalogue is over at furnishedup.com http://www.houzz.com/projects/509869/MIRRORS
Typically, we would use two shower rods for someone who wishes to include both a decorative shower
octagon with white dot" -- we would source it from Best Tile, but its made by US Ceramic -- it is relatively common and should be available anywhere -- I am pretty sure that Home Depot carries US Ceramic products
Unfortunately, that mirror belonged to the client and we did not provide it.
Unfortunately we did not keep this design item on file. However, I am reasonably sure it is actually two single adjustable rods that are mounted right next to each other-
“Layout” — darleneshort
Hall Smith Office_Architecture
Woodstock Retreat
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Are these energy efficient triple pane? Who is the supplier? Great space! Love it
For cost reasons we used the biggest non-specialty picture units that Jeld-Wen could manufacture. They're roughly six feet wide and eight feet tall. As for glazing and insulation, here's my take on the whole thing: windows have a pretty lousy insulating value no matter what kind you use. Single, double
sheathing on the outside of the studs, and the wall cavities and the roofline are insulated full-depth with closed-cell foam. It's a pretty tight envelope. We were also very careful to caulk and seal as tightly around the window and door openings as possible. Limiting air infiltration is half the battle. Of
owner has reported that the house is easy to keep warm, even in very cold weather. And it's being done with conventional heat-pump forced air units (we went all electric since the roof is covered in PV solar panels).
“big windows” — hazelmatthews
Claudia Leccacorvi
3 Reviews
While at CHil Design Group
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My Husband and I purchased 2 matching pendant style light fixtures for our bathroom. We had an electrician install it over our vanity hanging from the ceiling. There is a tall mirror on the wall and it appears that the Electrician cut the chord to short because the light fixtures go above the mirror
Where did you purchase the lights? Who is the manufacturer?
We make Contemporary Stained Glass Lighting and Art and we make similar lighting called the Galilee. We customize size and color; visit our website at http://www.lightinart.com/ to see some options.
If we just frame existing mirror
mix of tile colors, similar full size mirror to what we have but different look with frame & tear drop lights
“tiling” — jjmkx
Sozo Landscape Design
Chic Urban Forest
Ideabooks1,241
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cement boxes because we need to use all that cement we tear up?
sometimes see large window boxes planted with boxwood to create miniature formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority. Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
formal hedging, but when space is valuable, hedges aren't a priority.Here we see a hanging hedge of horizontally growing juniper conifers used to soften the concrete retaining wall.
Use updated cultivars of childhood plants. Who doesn't remember the huge, gangly junipers from childhood? I'm not suggesting
“Might be good to put with the rocks” — marieaduncan
In Two Design
5 Reviews
Manhasset, NY Townhouse
Ideabooks348
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Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. We customized them with fabrics from their collection.
Thank you! The sofa is from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. We customized it for our client with blue velvet and silver nail heads.
Azanhem, thank you for your kind remarks but we can't take credit for the paint
Designers North Carpet Showroom, a trade only showroom. I'm sure with some investigation you can find the same or a similar rug, but we truly can not help you as we purchased ours from DN.
paint selection. Tha paint color was the only part of the room that we were not given permission to change. Only the homeowner knows what color was used.
“carpet” — ekmckay
Harry Braswell Inc.
6 Reviews
Russell Rd. Master bathroom
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We went to do a remodel of an existing bathroom after this one and found out that the tile was discontinued. It originally came from Architectural Ceramics - but we couldnt find enough for one tub surround. SOrry
Good morning. These are by Hampshire and are a full custom design. We are a distributor
distributor for this line and we did the design. Glad to help if we can!
small mirror incase we not getting a dresser
“mirror on tile” — ltboyd
Fun House Furnishings & Design
7 Reviews
Mansion in May 2012
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ceilings were falling in, along with everything else. We refaced the fireplace and kept the original insert, using a hand-glazed teal tile to make the fireplace a focal point of the room. The mantle was in pieces on the floor when we first saw the room, but we put it back together, preserving the intricate
intricate detail of the house. The Beeline Home red Ohm mirror hangs above the fireplace to add a great pop of color. The space was large, so we wanted to use twin beds to allow for multiple guests. A comfortable sitting area in front of the fireplace allows for guests to feel like they have a private space of
covered in a Larsen wallpaper. The window treatments add a feeling of whimsy to this dark castle. The windows are stained glass and original to the room. We had a wonderful time participating in the Mansion in May 2012 Show House.
“Eclectic” — ovaltine13
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