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Mandy Brown
11 Reviews
Attention to details
Ideabooks38,238
Questions33
your base molding, I really can't answer that. It depends on the thickness and the height of your base molding.. You may want to try a section and see if you like how it looks.
Litty, if you look at some of the previous questions, you'll see the answer. I hope this helps. Mandy
THE look. Floors not too dark, wall and trim color (see paint ideabook), Door style, wainscoting style.
“floors” — wildcats45
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks17,158
Questions6
materials, grids and proportions are the underpinnings of order. The cardinal rule of repetition is that it takes a minimum of three of anything to see the benefits. If two is good, three is better. Repetition not only makes sense from an economical standpoint, but it provides a reference point and
materials, grids and proportions are the underpinnings of order. The cardinal rule of repetition is that it takes a minimum of three of anything to see the benefits. If two is good, three is better. Repetition not only makes sense from an economical standpoint, but it provides a reference point and
This Cor-Ten entry gives privacy and a hint at what visitors will see once they are beyond the gates. Tip: When using Cor-Ten, keep in mind that runoff from the initial rusting phase can stain adjacent surfaces, like concrete
“Great entry.” — Camila Baum
Clawson Architects, LLC
26 Reviews
Award Winning Curving Stair
Ideabooks38,744
Questions23
you are so timy I can't see any script
the course of the day to see how the light in the room changes and pick the one YOU like. Keep in mind that in the end there will be furniture and a few area rugs so you will never see it the way you are looking at it now.
These questions have already been answered. See Clawson architect pictures
hanging height is on this lantern. I often suggest that you cut a piece of cardboard out in the shape of your fixture and hang it from a string and see how it feels to you in the space. The Ceiling in the foyer is 9'-0"
Sherwin Williams has one of the best color match systems and this is a fantastic way to find a white that you love for possible kitchen cabinet colors. - See more at: ...
“Stairs” — kafoley3
RemodelWest
12 Reviews
Kitchen Remodel (Recessed - Built In Pantry)
Ideabooks30,183
Questions15
There is a wall separating each pantry and the angled structure you see is the stairway on the other side.
If you are worried about seeing the little dots on your granite or other shiny surfaces, we usually recommend to our customers to put their light
this was actually a closet under the stairs. If you look closely you can still see the stairway. We converted it to appear as cabinetry when closed.
Thank you, EnvironmentLights.com for your response. You will see a pattern of the small LED bulbs on the countertop; however, we have never received complaints about this from our clients.
pantry - would like to see if it's possible or how to create one...
“Deep cabinets” — farrell555
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Shades of Gray
Ideabooks35,148
Questions39
your images and save again and see if that works. If not I would contact the Houzz tech service and see if they can help.
Thanks for your question. The paint color is Farrow & Ball - Strong White. Please remember that in digital media true colors vary, what you see in the image may not completely
the space such as a red. Always go with what you like, find a range of colors and do a couple test patches in the space. Leave for a week or two and see how they work with the natural and artificial light in the room. You might be surprised to find yourself growing attached to one of the colors naturally
and built by R.F.McManus Co. ... The paint color is Farrow & Ball - Strong White. Please remember that in digital media true colors vary, what you see in the image may not completely match the color swatch. ... Crandall2020: The fridge is Sub-Zero PRO 48 Refrigerator/Freezer. ...
“Ceiling” — adcd39
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Lake Shore Drive Bathrooms
Ideabooks17,024
Questions13
Hello and thank you for your question. This vanity top extends about 1/4" beyond the base cabinetry. As you can see this edge is very minimal, however it is common to see countertops extend about 1" beyond the cabinetry. We hope this helps and good luck with your project! Be sure to check out
love these doors - see if finished carp. can make them
Bifold doors are an option you don't see very often. When people think about those, they usually picture those louvered ones hiding laundry facilities. But these beautiful wood and frosted-glass bifold doors are a great way to minimize the space taken up by a door that swings its full width into a room
Bi-fold doors are an option you don’t see very often. When people think about those, they usually picture those louvred ones hiding laundry facilities. But these beautiful wood and frosted-glass bi-fold doors are a great way to minimise the space taken
“Partially see through door” — brendannicholas
Green Mountain Construction & Design
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
Ideabooks12,980
Questions16
Halo recessed led ceiling fixtures, the ones you see are Hudson Valley Cornwall
the membrane directly under the tile voids my warranty and can kill the shower. Caulk or "sealer" will not undo the damage. The small floor guide you see here is adhered with JB Weld automotive epoxy, not screwed. Holes and screws though the wall tile for the track are well above the water line.
Ah, I see now, Scott-land. Thanks for complements from there.
brushed nickel, your choice. I recommend you pay what your local showroom asks. Pictures are good, but even if cheaper on the internet, it helps to see and touch. For instance, compare the white fixtures to the white tile, not all are the same. I don't know what you should budget, but support your
“Barrier free shower” — ametschke
JENDRETZKI LLC
Loft in Noho
Ideabooks73,719
Questions20
I'd love to see a floorplan.
Yes I'd also love to see the floor plan for this!!
Ah I see so this side is not part of bathroom. Makes sence thanks for the reply
Where is the toilet? I don't see it tks
Rainfall see through shower
see through shower
“Shower” — lisamcd3441
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