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Fredericksburg Custom Homes
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
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Italian Marble, LLC
North America's Largest Custom Marble & Bronze Designer
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Custom Staircase
My railing for the basement- but cannot remove wall. ugh
“Cable rail stairs” — candela
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.
Dianne Muyskens
has one central leader branch — if it has two, cut off the one that isn't straight up and down, looks weaker or is coming off the side of the trunk.Remove any crossing branches that are rubbing each other. Rubbing branches peel off protective bark and can lead to disease.If you're pruning crabapples,
“Hedge with finial touch” — beethom
A. Tate Hilliard, Architect/Builder
Distant Island Home
Aesthetic concerns aside, the biggest mistake seems to be planting palm trees under telephone lines, where they will eventually die or have to be removed. Seedling sabals are more difficult to transplant, so it’s worthwhile to pay extra for getting trunked specimens delivered from a specialty nursery
“Color” — jackbaggett
Melanie Coddington
4 Reviews
Palo Alto Residence
A big part of the renovation was removing a very high, space-hogging hearth and replacing it with a sleek new stone surround.Knowing the family wanted to enjoy this room together for movie nights and playing games, Coddington focused on kid friendliness, using a soft area rug, lots of comfortable seating
“Fireplace” — anisz5
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
The New American Home
Replace the other doors with square windows, remove the arches and leave just an overhang with a square door like this one
“Eileen Gray side table” — borrad
Ogawa Fisher Architects
5 Reviews
Marin Avenue Residence
The teak floor is removable.
“shower” — tinyfeetx4
Arnal Photography
8 Reviews
Semi-detached reno
homeowner has told me, the stained glass and light fixtures were with the house… in the attic… when they purchased it. Over a period of years they removed plaster, revealing the brick behind it, closed in the wall between the dining room and the living room (which had been opened by a previous owner)
“Shelves” — bethgraham55
Charles Todd Helton, Architect
The LeBlanc-Cox Residence
Wrap around hardwood steps down to dining room and up to new den. Remove half wall there now. No molding around new black sliders.
“stone work” — bayab00
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