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Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52
Ideabooks4,661
Questions8
Where are the chairs from ? Thanks.
Where are the cushions from, thank you.
The chairs and sofa look to me like the La Jolla collection from Restoration Hardware: http://www.houzz.com/photos/171782/La-Jolla-Lounge-Chair-modern-patio-furniture-and-outdoor-furniture- http://www.houzz.com/ph
Mediterranean - this style furniture ranges from simply functional to extremely formal. Pieces are short, with ornately turned legs and feet. Dark wood tones, solid, sturdy and elaborately carved or
“Lots of seating, 6 places in not too big an area” — mrreed3
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Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Exterior- Front
Ideabooks11,654
Questions12
Plants to the side of steps.
Hi, Beautiful exterior. I was hoping you could tell me how you achieved the plantings rising with the
Beautiful from top to bottom =)
steps coming around from garage to a main entry
basement. If the site allows, having the garage in the basement creates more living area on the main floor. The driveway can then be routed separately from the walkway to the house.
“Shed dormer” — sucru
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Master Bath and Garden
Ideabooks9,141
Questions6
Where does this tub come from? It's awesome!
where is the wall sized mural from?
#5 Watering Your Plants from Inside the Tub All we want to do is turn that faucet on, break out the Buble and drift off in bathroom bliss.
The view from the tub.
plants bathroom
“Outdoor garden feature” — ferguson43
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
28 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks3,024
Questions1
This is a nice example of what we could do for under the stairs leading from the back door.
Here's how stairs should look from underneath (only fewer stairs due to bi-level)
make sure that the bottom of deck does NOT look like this. It's ugly to look at from the patio underneath
wood staircase from deck
container plants...potted plants
“Stairs????” — Robin Lewy Design Consulting
Benning Design Associates
2 Reviews
L Street Penthouse, Sacramento CA
Ideabooks3,177
Questions8
Where is the floor lamp from? Thank you
The floor lamp is from Arteriors.
This sofa is from Roche Bobois.
The fireplace tile is available from Happy Floors, style Oxido color Oxide Cobre size 12x24. It is a porcelain tile category 5 in durability.
i love the bedroom at the top of the loft. the plant is a nice touch.
“stand alone tile” — keian12
Brandon Architects, Inc.
10 Reviews
Bayshores Drive
Ideabooks12,448
Questions11
Where is the tv cabinet from?
From where can i get the flowre wood
where did the console come from and is it more washed oak or white? THanks!
The cabinet can be purchased from a company called "brownstone"
plant in basket
“sandy paint color for living room?” — 00756339
BiLDEN
7 Reviews
Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks1,971
Questions1
A pool of light from the oculus tracks the movement of the sun across the sky. / photo: Karyn R Millet
Entry idea with river stones, slabs, and grassy planting along solid wall.
like the door shadow shape from the ceiling/roof hole in it -
From the other side of the door, we can grasp another aspect of the round opening: It traces the path of the sun both spatially (across the ground and the
“1” — ch9988
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Paton Terrace Kitchen
Ideabooks12,133
Questions17
Where did you get the textured tiles from ?
Where are the kitchen cabinets from and what is the paint finish/colour called?
Where is the sink from?
I like this because if the wall tiles in kitchen. The window lights, and two plants and it's clear and clean
Too Small of a counter. Would bump out take away from the view.
topiary plants and stack stone
“no” — kitchenquestion
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