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Adeeni Design Group
14 Reviews
Vanity in her Bathroom
Ideabooks2,741
Questions7
Hole design...Cubbie holes for towels
“Towel cubbies” — burquest
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Leading Loudon Art Studio
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Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
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Wettling Architects
7 Reviews
NoHo Loft Duplex
Ideabooks458
Questions1
stairs are raw steel with brushed steel risers. Thee circles are actually holes cut into the stair to allow air into a laundry room below..
Everything! The holes are ventilation for a laundry below...how thoughtful. The colors and textures
“pipe railing” — grlaeris
Stephen Dynia Architects
Fish Creek Residence
Ideabooks114
Questions0
This Jackson Hole, Wyoming home has siding made from reclaimed wood.
Here's our slit windows in Jackson Hole!
“Small Prairie home” — Hindsight Design's
Irwin Fisher, Inc.
4 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
Ideabooks644
Questions2
I like that the wall has a hole
terrace with hole in wall to provide view beyond
“Window” — hethf
House + House Architects
34 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks883
Questions2
CEILING HOLE! COLOR...CEILING HOLE!!!
“Gold ceiling color” — middeldesign
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Ideabooks753
Questions4
out. I forgot there was a gaping hole in the floor in front of the fireplace one day, as my guy had covered the hole with paper. I stepped into it and
“Ivoire?” — boesefamily
William T Baker
3 Reviews
William T Baker Houses
Ideabooks2,695
Questions2
Better than drilling holes through floor/carpet like I did, LOVE it!
We are now installing these. We could create a 9 hole putting corse.
“the putting green concept” — yoyojack
Harrell Remodeling
10 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks3,328
Questions4
pony wall in my remodel was secured by a steel rod that was epoxied in a hole drilled out in the concrete. The steel rod is screwed to the wood on the
pony wall in my remodel was secured by a steel rod that was epoxied in a hole drilled out in the concrete. The steel rod is screwed to the wood on the
“tiles” — Patti Randazzo
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