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Jo Alcorn
4 Reviews
Kitchen Reno on a Budget
This corner nook might just be a counter, but its prime kitchen location makes it great for looking up recipes or answering emails while preparing dinner.
This corner nook might just be a counter, but its prime kitchen location makes it great for looking up recipes or answering emails while preparing dinner.
“Calorifère” — anaik123
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Otto Architects LLC
Urban GardenUrban Garden - Otto Architects
space on one or both sides of your sink. Preparation areas are best kept clear of other items, since you will always be taking out bowls, plates and utensils there. Allow at least 36 inches (92 centimeters) of uncluttered countertop space for preparation in a small kitchen. Larger kitchens will have
Preparation. Ideally, prep and cleaning space is best located around the sink. Within these areas will be everyday glasses and dishes, along with trash receptacles
“Trellis” — drewjharrison
Cameo Kitchens, Inc.
12 Reviews
MacGibbon Kitchen 2
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“Love the hood” — dan_co
Modern Exterior
the answers to these questions, but early on be prepared to answer the dozen or so most common questions. Also be prepared to pivot these questions and reframe them in a way that you think matters. If your fees are higher than your competitors, be prepared to answer your client’s question about them. You
“Shape” — breadalbaneii
Celeste Lewis Architecture
2 Reviews
Mt. Tabor Kitchen
devices. A bit of preparation can prevent catastrophe; you don’t want to realize halfway into your recipe that you are out of eggs.
News flash: A staged kitchen is not a practical kitchen. Staging your home is the first step in letting go … which is not always easy. If you are preparing your home to put
Scrub your counters, empty your sink, check the recipe, gather ingredients and pull out all of the necessary tools and measuring devices. A bit of preparation can prevent catastrophe – you don’t want to realise halfway into the recipe that you are out of eggs.Check out tips for keeping your kitchen organised
“Floor” — sacieree
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
Step 6: Work on design development and construction documentsThis is the stage when you finalize the design and prepare final floor plans, elevations, details and, if applicable, mechanical and electrical drawings, lighting switch plans, and exterior elevations.This
your mind!You may be moving out of your house temporarily, but most homeowners white-knuckle it and try to live in the house through construction. Preparation and organization can save your sanity. Discuss the logistics ahead of time with your contractor. Will you meet once a week for updates? Will you
additions, and then off to the contractor. It's inevitable that the contractor may have to make multiple visits back to the house to finish these items; prepare yourself for more than one visit and you'll be fine.The best way to approach this is with a Zen attitude. Things happen, little things get missed.
“kitchen” — Nicole Heagarty
Mike Connell
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Mediterranean
that has an edge longer than 18 inches, unless a mock-up is prepared and signed off on by the client. Tip: Prepare a test board to see how your tile will look once it's installed. Determining the quality of the tile or stone and preparing the tile sample board will go a long way toward getting what
“Tile” — longhorn1013
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Homemade Greenhouse
“Wend6 garden” — tpleroux
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