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Chermak Construction, Inc.
Mercer Island Bathroom Master Suite
required replacement of the home’s plumbing and electrical systems. The cedar ceiling and other places in the room replicate what is found in the rest of the home. The project encompassed 400 sq. feet. Features found at one end of the suite are new stained glass windows – designed to match to existing,
“Ladder” — fronyward
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenwich Penthouse
should replace one of my satees with to to brighten the place up a bit.
window treatment...white window
“Chandelier” — Olga Ciaputa
Anu Varma
Anu Varma
in our new home. Thanks!
overt he windows on either side....
idea tp replace existing mantle
Window treatments
“fp” — amandavic75
Mount House
mirror window or door if mirror could be in door squares
without replacing them?
Tinted Windows...My new closet
“Love the floor the the patio” — amorrino
anat shmariahu
12 Reviews
Anat Shmariahu
Shelves to replace 3-cabinet wall. Open storage is a trend that's been around for couple of years.
in your new vanity. Take inventory of what you store in your current vanity. Organize everything by what you'll need to have in reach and what you'll just need to have nearby. "This will put into perspective what you need to store and where it needs to be placed," says O'Neill. Lawson recommends adding
“Couleurs” — jessycab
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Boston Common House
New idea for kitchen nook, floating bench.
it can replace the lack of a magnetic fridge in the kitchen (for pictures, notes, holiday cards, etc).
(under window) instead of chalkboard
Table window bench
“Nook2” — Nadia Naude-mulder
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Alameda Kitchen Remodel
The new kitchen for this English-style 1920s Portland home was inspired by the classic English scullery—and Downton Abbey! A royal color scheme, British-made apron sink, and period pulls ground the project in history, while refined lines and modern functionality bring it up to the present. Photo: Anna
row of windows and a peninsula.
inexpensive to replace when the next trend comes along.Full story: Kitchen Color: 15 Beautiful Blue Backsplashes
“tile rejuv??” — Aydelette Kelsey
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - Great Room
the big windows in the front of the house to the street, out the custom window in the eating area to the backyard, into the mudroom in case someone comes in, what’s happening on the tv, and with the kids in the playroom. It is like the command center of the home."
do to replace existing wall
use in new home?,
“pillars yuck” — sghovan
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