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mango design co
mango design co
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railing, created an open den and created built-in cabinetry throughout. charcoal grey tile was laid throughout the space to survive two big beautiful dogs. fir doors & bamboo millwork bring nature & silvery grey walls soften the space. mango carefully selected new furniture, lighting and rugs from: d
Painting like this for family room
“Painting” — vermilion
Dariel Studio
Beijing Apartment
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dog wallpaper
This is for Kelly's room
“Painted ceiling!” — missuslam
Contemporary Kitchen
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For functionality, I think swivel stool are better for areas that don't have a lot of leg room so adults can sit down, and get up without having to disturb the person next to them. While stationary chairs tend to look more modern, and clean at
is an example of the flooring I'll be going with. It's a vinyl product that looks like wood. It's the most durable option with a power chair and a dog. Also, unlike a laminate or hardwood it does not get slick when damp or barefoot in the same way.
“Layout” — ejabeling
Integrate Architecture & Planning
1 Review
Gracehaus
Ideabooks492
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i like this wall color, maybe T's room?
Three dog photos....... Love
“Passage” — Aarti Patel
Holly Marder
The home of Hyland and Malia
Ideabooks241
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David room...dog girls?
“Space” — Dang Linh
Lerman Construction Management Services
Island Lake
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Management Services Island Lake http://www.lermancorp.com Jim Haefner living room | contemporary | detroit Project: Island Lake (1 / 20)
idea for slippery problem (dogs?)
“THIS IS IT” — mmccoul
Griffiths Construction, Inc.
8 Reviews
On Point
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“Coffee table” — gdmwingate
Fresh Perspectives
10 Reviews
Nashville Staging - 849 Glendale Lane
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Furniture style cabinets balance the soaking tub, the focal point of the room.
That is the skinniest tub...is it for the dog? The loose, uneven cowhide rug is an obvious trip hazard. Trip on the rug and bang your head on the tub rim!
“OLD MEETS NEW CAN WORK” — Carley Gardener
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