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Powell Construction
5 Reviews
Contemporary North Albany Kitchen
island pulls out to free standing table Like idea of fruit in large glass covered jars as table center piece
Step down on island
“Basement ligjts” — tambiebel
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
We are an award winning kitchens/baths designed to suit your lifestyle! The heart of the home is always the kitchen-Let our 20 yrs of experience help you create a kitchen that is as easy as beautiful.
Kathryn Brown Huntwood Custom Cabinets
10 Reviews
Traditional Kitchens
we took down living room wall
cup pulls
“Shorter upper cabinets. Two sides glass” — fritzi9
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Living Room
1/2 way down the pot, before watering. Also, if leaves show brown spots on the tips and edges, the most likely cause is over-wet soil; likewise, yellow leaves indicate the soil is too dry. Finally, in order to water thoroughly but save the trouble of carrying the plant to a tub or sink every time you
around? Try pulling it indoors for a change and giving some of your heavier, upholstered pieces a rest until the first hint of fall is in the air. Not only do they look airier, they can put up with a lot more in terms of spills and stains.
“painted brick fireplace” — 2tootsie2
Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 Reviews
Bruce Avenue Residence Lower-Level Home Office
drops down...Cabinet pulls
“What is standard desk height? If base cabinets are too tall then table section can be lowered.” — saramvasquez
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Orchard
when the pull out is used
Stripped down windows
“window trim” — michaelshopkins
Dan Oswald
Finished Product
shining down
these pulls.
“hood” — Stephanie Watwood
Molly Quinn Design
7 Reviews
New Traditional Family Residence
I will pull options for you - kelly@remotestylist.com
feather and down cushions - they are key to a comfy sofa!
“Wall photo design” — Sophies upholstery
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
17 Reviews
Breakfast Nook
was torn down on site. The existing home was deconstructed, both for environmental purposes as well as for a tax deduction. The salvage wood flooring was then reused in the new home, along with a few leaded glass samples and a few other building elements. The floor was from about 1910, and as you can
“Idea” — nicjkell
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