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Andrea Meyers
Tulip blossoms
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Andrea Meyers of ANDREA'S RECIPES primarily writes about cooking and edible gardening with some home and garden product reviews and a bit of food travel thrown in. Read more about Andrea and her recipes at http://www.andreasrecipes.com You can also find Andrea on Twitter: http://twitter.com/andreasrecipes
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
Ideabooks18,210
Questions13
based on the quarry you purchase the stone. I would work with your builder, and the masonry contractor to review the products they have available, and suggest a "sample" wall be made for your review +/- 48" X 48" prior to the final order of the produces.
approximately 6"-7" thick. I would recommend that you show your builder, and mason the photo and visit the stone yard to obtain the stone products in your area. if you review the photo, the window sills have been installed utilizing 2" rock faced blue stone. I would also recommend the builders mason provide
approximately 6"-7" thick. I would recommend that you show your builder, and mason the photo and visit the stone yard to obtain the stone products in your area. if you review the photo, the window sills are 2" rock faced blue stone. I would also recommend the builders mason provide a 48"X48" sample wall
“stone and shingle” — McGloria Enterprises
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Mountain Lodge, Planting
Ideabooks2,561
Questions1
DON'T SPACE THE PLANTS EVENLY . If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a
Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military academy, then go for it — it’s your landscape. But I suggest going bold and emulating nature by staggering your plants, placing two close
6. Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military academy, then go for it — it’s your landscape. But I suggest going bold and emulating nature by staggering your plants, placing two close
6. Don’t evenly space your plants. If you’re into lining up plants like a cadet review at a military academy, then go for it — it’s your landscape. But I suggest going bold and emulating nature by staggering your plants, placing two close
“drought tolerent? plantings?” — jenniferosawa
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
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.
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Candlelight Homes
11 Reviews
Modified Telluride
Ideabooks28,451
Questions30
Is the james hardie products smooth or textured??
How did you achieve the lip on top of the band trim? Is it part of the product or did you make in the field ? Wood or composite material? Thank you. Just beautiful, love the details.
by a local company. We would love to get a review from you here on Houzz. You can do this at: ...
Hi! The James Hardie products are textured. We would love to get a review from you here on Houzz. You can do this at:
Main: 2062 SF Upper: 1245 SF We would love to get a review from you here on Houzz. You can do this at: ...
Hi! The stone is from Dutch Quality Stone. It is Sagewood Weather Ledge. We would love to get a review from you here on Houzz. You can do this at: ...
“exterior colors” — theshoff
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
7 Austin Terrace
Ideabooks8,410
Questions11
your question. I am the photographer for this project. If you review the photo credits you will see the interior designers name and information. Thanks.
Hi, thank you for your question. I am the photographer for this project. If you review the photo credits you will see the interior designers name and
If you click on "More Info" there's a product tag on the pendants. :) Happy Houzzing!
“Out kitchen!” — chelseatodd
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks110K
Questions88
If not, what product did you use for the shingles and vertical siding? We are building a house and would love it to have a similar look. Thanks!
What product & color did you use for the fascia?
Please review prior discussion postings for this info. Thanks!
I do not have record of the exact color. I would recommend getting samples of the paint colors, the roofing color, and reviewing these with the couple of Alcoa
Cities Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Donations can be made online at: .... Also, if you are able, it would be great if you could post a positive review of us on Houzz. That would really help us with exposure on the site. Here is the information that you requested... Good luck with your project and
“Exterior Colors” — simple55unc
Avalon Interiors
8 Reviews
Port Credit Townhome
Ideabooks380K
Questions238
LOVE this bathroom. Wondering the manufacturer/product # of tile and color on walls. Thanks....
Love this bathroom vanity. Do you know the manufacturer/product # of the vanity & sink?
While reviewing the photo, I noticed that the stand up shower has a tub filler installed... Being interested in Design as well I would love to know the function of
Please click on image for product tag information.
Please click on image for product tag information
Please click on image for product tag information. There is no brand for the shower enclosure, it was custom made.
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If you need the products above try the website Inspired Baths. They have found majority of the products from this remodel. ...
“Idea de cáncer para nuestra regadera y de barra transversal para colgar toallas” — ggaitan
Shelter 7
7 Reviews
Sconset Residnece
Ideabooks763
Questions1
strict design requirement for the exterior architecture, as all new building and alterations to existing buildings are reviewed by Historic District Commission, a local governmental review board. The vernacular of the neighborhood leaned towards Victorian, so the design embraced the shingle-style.
strict design requirement for the exterior architecture, as all new building and alterations to existing buildings are reviewed by Historic District Commission, a local governmental review board. The vernacular of the neighborhood leaned towards Victorian, so the design embraced the shingle-style.
“interesting house in a positive way '” — Mike
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