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SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
9 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Ideabooks1,725
Questions2
for the stem directly beneath it to turn a dark tan or light brown color. Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out
for the stem directly beneath it to turn a dark tan or light brown color. Remove the cones, lay them out to dry for a few days and then shake the seeds out
“The ones like wheat” — hayrapetyan
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
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FJ Interior Design
3 Reviews
A Residence
Ideabooks396
Questions1
dust - removing wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms.
wipe-down takes care of a lot of settled dust. If anything, Sublett recommends removing wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms.
wipe-down takes care of a lot of settled dust. If anything, Sublett recommends removing wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms. Here are more ways to keep dust in
“salon” — cynthiacg23
Johnson Squared Architecture + Planning
Cala Woods Residence and Studio
Ideabooks1,336
Questions4
asked for the ceiling to be removed. The owners were told it was possible, but the horizontal beams would need to be removed and also the entire existing
existing roofing system had to be removed and a new roof built over that room.. Now that I see this photo, I'm wondering if those metal supports made a vaulted
“Chalet” — benmim
Leah
Desk
Ideabooks4,957
Questions9
peg board designed as a picture frame. I image this could be achieved by removing the backing in the frame, covering it with batting and fabric and placing
picture of the space (pics are helpful for seeing things more objectively) and remove extraneous items.
picture of the space (pics are helpful for seeing things more objectively) and remove extraneous items.Tell us: What currently lives on your desk that you now
“Sheep skin” — Main Street
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks455
Questions1
to open the house up as much as possible. While part of that process was removing some pieces of the structure, it also involved re-inventing the existing
to open up the house as much as possible. While part of that process was removing some pieces of the structure, it also involved reinventing the existing
“Loft” — reenaenae
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks14,501
Questions9
Jeff we planted Italian cypress but want to remove them because they are very bare at the bottom. How do you prevent that from happening? Thanks!
exposure, or from soil? To protect against harsh sun exposure, it is best to remove cushions when not using them as fabrics can fade, especially darker ones
occur) To clean cushions, use a mild detergent/water and a coarse brush to remove dirt and then let air dry outside.
“for doug” — bardi1mona2
Gibson Gimpel Interior Design
2 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks3,357
Questions5
the small items on the cabinet should be removed. This room only has Large pieces or little pieces. I would remove the small items and scale down the real
simple way to add seating...remove cabinets at end of ours and use small stools
“kitchen small _good colors” — terrymcclung
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Restored 1969 Modern Glass House
Ideabooks4,676
Questions7
The cabinets were removed and refinished in a paint booth. Since the cabinets are metal, any reputable
repaired and refinished in place, while the metal doors and drawers were removed and restored by a local automotive body shop," says LePage.The original
steel panels. The rubber flooring, which was not original to the house, was removed and replaced with 24-by-24-inch porcelain tiles.
“unbelievable” — James Mankilik
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