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CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
Cool House Tour 2008
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Questions14
to optimize energy efficiency. They have a bit of a contemporary edge to them while maintaining a certain warmth and "homey-ness". Project Design by Mark Lind Project Management by Jay Gammell Phtography by Greg Hursley in 2008
Unfortunately we didn't pick out the finishes for this project so we're not sure of the tub and mirror. Good luck with your bathroom!
Can you tell me what tub and vanity mirror this is? And how deep are your tub (with and without surround) and how deep the vanity is? I have a very
Unfortunately we don't have the finish schedule in our records for this project.
We wish we could tell you! For this particular project we didn't specify finishes, making it difficult if not impossible to track down in our records.
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Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Copper Farmhouse Sink- Close up
Ideabooks8,169
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the granite in this pic. and we selected the black galaxy to go in the middle island which is 4' x 7' all stainless appliances. We are DYI'ing this project and picked a dark maple chocolate glazed cabinet and the island looks similar to the this pic (off white maple with chocolate glaze). I saw a glass
lived here in NY on the Island but you don't .... I love that copper farmhouse sink in your beautiful photos and thought you could help me.
#achamilton59 It sounds like you are in the middle of an exciting project! The countertop in this photo is Emporador Dark Marble, polished, with a 2.25" double
the photo, it's true, but as I've mentioned in other replies on this subject, please talk to your stone fabricators about the challenges of marble countertops before deciding to put them in your kitchen. In your case, too, I'm concerned that this color might not work since you already have a dark granite
“copper like finish on faucets” — doxies
Sweet William
my home
Ideabooks1,347
Questions1
Work space. Create your own art.
create your own art. inspire yourself.
Creating your own art is very inspiring.
postcards to the wall or decorate with your own photos or drawings. You don’t always need to spend money to make a difference in your home.MORE29 DIY Projects That Will Turn You Into a ProDIY an Upholstered Headboard Then Change the Colour as You PleaseMake Your Bed and Lie in It: 13 Creative DIY Bed
difference in your home.Tell us: What do you do to make do and mend?
Start a mood boardIf you change your mind constantly, this is a great way to temporarily display typography. Collect cards, snippets and clippings before editing your favourites and displaying them on a notice board in your office or
“Artwork” — jodykaiser
Nicholas Bray Landscapes
Walled Garden
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Questions0
ANALYSIS Reseeding is a good project for you if: You’re in an area without water worries, and you’re dealing with scattered thinning and bare spots in your lawn. (Where water is a concern, or if you are interested in doing less lawn maintenance, you may rather opt to trade your turfgrass for an unthirsty
soil from several places around your lawn, mixing it all together and sending it to a lab for analysis. The results will give you a clear picture of why your lawn isn’t cooperating and how you should proceed. When to do it: The exact timing depends on your region, but it should be done after the hottest
unthirsty alternative.) If your lawn is made up of more weeds than grass, its health is too poor to be remedied with a simple spot treatment. In this instance, you’ll need to start from scratch and conduct a soil analysis. A soil analysis kit is cheap (usually less than $20) and simply involves collecting soil
“Drive way” — bbarber01
Venegas and Company
13 Reviews
Barrington, RI Kitchen
Ideabooks13,739
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Can we do two upper wall cabinets like yours if we have an 8' ceiling instead of a 9' ceiling?
Hi - Love your kitchen. What brand of hood did you use under the cabinetry?
Good luck with your project! http://www.houzz.com/photos/80099/Olde-Mill-traditional-kitchen-boston (Standard base cabinets are 34-1/2" high, 1-1/4" high countertop, 18-1/4" high backsplash, 39" high wall cabinet and 3" left over for your ceiling solution).
Thank you for your inquiry! Unfortunately
is certainly a personal preference and every client is different. You could always pick a color for your cabinets and then add a percentage of white to lighten it a bit! Good luck with your project!
crackle effect. You can certainly visit your local tile showroom and they can help you select a simple tile. We often source our tile from Tile Showcase in the Boston Design Center.
“Glass upper cabinets” — cozmoball
Kerrie L. Kelly
47 Reviews
Cool Calm + Curated
Ideabooks21,139
Questions15
any size, any fabric or leather, any color. you dream it, we make it, and it won't break the bank ;) check out our profile for hundreds of finished projects. xoxo eva http://www.houzz.com/pro/thesofaworks/__public http://www.houzz.com/photos/9403365/NELLIE-STYLE-traditional-sofas-dallas http://www.houzz
furniture arrangement, because you will be moving your furniture around anyway; use it as an opportunity to think outside the box. Try shifting the focal point of your room away from the TV to a fireplace or a window with a view.If you have always had your couch pushed against the wall, try pulling it closer
great time to try something new on the walls. With all of your artwork and photos down, try shuffling them into different groupings on the floor and see if something sparks your imagination. Look around for a few found objects you could add to your gallery wall, like postcards or beaded necklaces; or dig
“photo collage” — cearagage
Aristea Rizakos
2 Reviews
Leslieville Lofts
Ideabooks34,538
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How to decorate your teen daughters bedroom?
it a former lion cage from the circus? Please share your guesses in the Comments section.More:Decorating on a Budget: 10 Repurposing IdeasDIY: Fluffy Paper LanternDIY Project: How to Recover a Seat Cushion
Hanging shelves is another easy project you keep putting off. A shelf can sit in its package
styling the shelves to your heart's content, and the entire room looks neater.
10. Maintain your space. Think about instituting a "One In, One Out" policy in your household. By letting something go each time you bring in something new, you can easily stay on top of the clutter in your home before it reaches
pair; when you buy a new book, choose one you've read to donate to your local library. Similar to caring for a garden, doing a little each day or week will help your home flourish.Next: Decorating with Intention: Create a Vision for Your Home
“Nicki book shelves” — nicki_16
Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
CV Four
Ideabooks5,242
Questions7
Do you have other photos for this house's facade? I'd love to see them and possibly have the architect design our facade. I have a house plan for the interior but am still working on the exterior. Thanks!
We do not have the mortar color mix for that project, as it is a custom blend. It is very important to match the mortar with the actual stones and other materials used for each project, and we always request a sample wall for final approval.
Did you see these other photos in this same project? http://www.houzz.com/projects/29295/CV-Four
“Portico” — ndweimer
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