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Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
NW Modern
Ideabooks3,959
Questions4
Hi Denise, Thanks for the question! This home is 2,000 SF. You can find out more about this project here: http://bit.ly/1gcqKTR
and not over a basement or other building story. Best time to do this project: Late spring or summer, when the weather will cooperate. Construction during winter in colder climates is not recommended due to frost-depth issues.Project length: One to two weeks.Cost: Typically $5 to $20 per square foot, although
although the final cost will be affected by the type of paver, your location, the size of the project and the amount of site work required.
“Asphalt” — Harshal Sanghavi
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AB Design Elements, LLC
11 Reviews
ASID Design Excellence Award - Singular Space, 1st place
Ideabooks6,977
Questions16
The project contractor built a niche for their specific new tv. This was a new wall (not existing framing/drywall) so we were able to easily accommodate the exact
but I actually got those at www.target.com and re-upholstered them in a faux ostrich leather and added nailheads. I just did the same for another project but used a red mohair fabric--it's a great little bench and only about $70 I think? I'll attach a photo of the other ones I did recently for another
I asked the contractor that built that project and he said it shouldn't be an issue. He said the fireplace manufacturer supplies a wall material that goes around the perimeter of the fireplace and
"book shelf" section of our MA Bed Window seats. Or--perhaps we could hook this up to just a small, 20-lb tank hidden somewhere?!? Maybe a later project--optional for now. But keep in mind bc of flooring, etc. Might be good to plan for.
“fireplaces” — karafalcon
Gepetto
6 Reviews
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Ideabooks4,436
Questions6
dear sir would you pls let me have the construction process photos of this project if it is posible ?
Hi, This was custom made and the price can vary a lot from project to project. If you have a specific project in mind, I could easily give you a rough price. Hubert@gepetto.ca Hope that helps! Hubert
“stairs” — High Pointe Custom Homes
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Big Round Pizza Box Office
Ideabooks4,783
Questions2
This home office was designed to be fun and inspiring. The room is filled with DIY projects including recycled white end tables, recycled art work and bulletin board using a frame from MOMA and grass cloth wallpaper. The wall pattern was based on a gigantic pizza box I cut into a circle. See how it
magazine files: one for each project
Magazine files, which are capable of containing bulkier items, are another great way to corral active projects. In this workspace I might even find a place for the magazine file and printer in the nearby bookcase, thus saving even more valuable desktop real
“Hutch staging” — vvg1
Shenandoah Cabinetry
7 Reviews
Laundry
Ideabooks18,953
Questions8
Thank you for your question. The project notes have it listed as Silestone Coffee Brown, however this project is several years old, so, yes, it is possible that the batches would be different. It is best to check all current samples as colors have changed
open shelves and the backsplash for my bathroom counter tops. The project notes have it listed as Silestone Coffee Brown, however this project is several years old, so, yes, it is possible that the batches would be different.
“Wall” — moralesba
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Achtenberg Residence
Ideabooks3,066
Questions12
Thank you for your interest in this project. As Architects, we design for our clients. We generally do not provide copies of plans unless you are a client. We are alway happy to talk to you about your project, or to answer question about existing ones.
kitchen! I too have been trying to determine the wood used for the cabinets. In a similar project on Houzz (LOK FRENCH), the designer indicated that the wood was vg-fir, however the close up photo in this project looks more like Maple or something - but I am really not certain. I also would be interested
“Kitchen 3” — fosterjae13
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Tobin High Bluff Waterfront Remodel
Ideabooks1,427
Questions5
ceilings in this project were covered in T-111, plywood and finished with a light stain. Thanks for asking ! Dan
The interior designers for this project were Garrett Khulman and Wendy Kennedy of H2K Design, Stanwood, Wa. They picked out the" Belle" chair from Keilhauer for this project. The chairs
H2K Design picked these colors, and would probably have them on record. H2K collaborates on many of our projects and they always do a fantastic job ! They have a Houzz site if you would like to look them up. Dan
“floor/cabinet contrast” — tvanderhorn1
CCS Woodworks Inc.
10 Reviews
Callicoon Center Kitchen
Ideabooks7,559
Questions14
ability to provide you with what you are looking for. Also try to set up visits to some of their recent projects. From my experience, most past clients who are pleased about the way their projects turned out are usually more than willing to allow potential clients in to see it and offer up a great referral
ability to provide you with what you are looking for. Also try to set up visits to some of their recent projects. From my experience, most past clients who are pleased about the way their projects turned out are usually more than willing to allow potential clients in to see it and offer up a great referral
“doors” — judydodge
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