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Lucy Interior Design
10 Reviews
Moroccan Lounge
Ideabooks22,659
Questions9
Is it ok to have all the other trim (doors, windows, etc) in golden oak, then build a bar top out of clean oak and just leave
Not the color, but built in cabinet like this using shells windows as doors would be amazing
affordable) doses when applied to the right spots. Dress up your cabinetry by replacing your hardware with crystal options. Mix and match with noncrystal pieces
9. Jazz up case goods with new hardware. Give an old sideboard or hutch a minifacelift by changing up the
The basement had only southern- and western-facing windows, so natural light was limited. Penfield made every color stand out and enhanced each little
“China cupboard” — cward203
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Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Vashon Residence patio
Ideabooks22,063
Questions7
Patio with BBQ pit in new home on Vashon Island. Photo credit - Patrick Barta Photography
chimneys annually.• Do not run electrical cords under rugs.• Have a pro replace old wiring, as well as any light switches that feel hot to the touch or
concrete, windows & siding
“fire pit” — Eric Kessler
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
office
Ideabooks6,071
Questions3
the setup and resembles the layout of my office. Possibly something to replace the screen behind the desk and a bit more traditional
Den with to the floor window...Light and desk and window
“LJM company head of production office” — yah_ming
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
15 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks13,816
Questions20
The sliders...are the blinds in the window pane or is it attached to the outside of frame? I have to replace sliders and I need privacy. How do I
dimensions. My room measures (under vaulted ceiling) width of 25' 5 1/2" (window/French door wall) by depth of 22' 9" along with an additional 10' 4" under
don't have any additional information on the drapes. The client provided the window treatments on their own. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
“Kitchen island heights” — Jennifer Setzenfand
Sigmar
Notting Hill Flat
Ideabooks1,084
Questions0
Old turned new, high ceilings, style
I love how the shape of the window carries on through the hall
Kitchen door replacement...Steel window
“Wood floir” — joeyandlisa
Interiors By Darren James
1 Review
Gold Coast Kitchen
Ideabooks4,924
Questions5
walls, ceilings and windows. The existing windows and sliding doors were also removed and replaced with new double glazed windows. Hidden work space hides
“lighting in kickers” — 18wood
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
17 Reviews
Lincoln Park Master Suite
Ideabooks15,395
Questions16
you so much for your prompt and exact answer. This reassures me a bit. My new condo has an area which is 10 and a bit by about 24 and I have to fit in a
something with the dimensions of your room and the location of the door and windows.
the lay out, the fireplace(mirror could be replaced by tv) the large wall art..i would use brighter colors
Lamp and side tables are a nice touch. Could put built ins around front window along with stereo equipment.
Handsome gray panels frame windows outfitted with top-down, bottom-up woven shades. This combination allows you to play a game a peek-a-boo with the outdoors
“style” — jaguar707
White Space Architecture
Art Deco Entertaining
Ideabooks3,716
Questions8
I like the shelf behind the bar....Armoire replacement.
rich colors one window...looks great with the right lights!
inches, and the table name was shortened to 4 by 8. Some people still refer to new tables as being 4 by 8, but there’s nothing that is 4 or 8 about them, and
window, roundmirror...Framing around window
“Ceiling detail” — cmckennahome
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