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Space Harmony
10 Reviews
Ponin Gray
Colin Perry
“my bathroom; love the wallpaper!” — kcpleming
Peter Bales
4 Reviews
This looks about right in terms of space and arrangement.
“interesting design” — hoosieradi
Lucy Call
My Houzz: Ron
downsizing that I saw a rosewood Flip Flap Dyrlund dining table for the first time. And it was with a set of eight rosewood Moller dining chairs. The term 'love at first sight' was an understatement in this case!"Table: Dyrlund; chairs: Rosewood by Moller; buffet: Rosewood by Ib Kofod-Larsen
“Dining table” — vinylgrrl
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
The higher the R-value, the better the thermal resistance. You may have heard the term “R-value” when discussing thermal insulation. Here in Europe, we more often talk about the U-value (the inverse of the R-value) or the lambda value
“clean and low” — Pam D.
Mell Lawrence Architects
Rocking F Ranch
How are the Corners where the sheeting meets the metal trim handled in terms of water? I just picture there being opportunity for moisture to sneak in at those points because of the corrugation. As I write this, I realize that
“Metal” — sandyljetton
David Wilkes Builders
4 Reviews
David Wilkes Builders
y and finishes in their generic inner city home, this client recognized that remodeling their kitchen and living room spaces were the key to longer-term functionality. Wanting plenty of natural light, richness and coolness, the clients sought a kitchen whose function would be more convenient and interactive
“Wall” — barbmcgpdx
Jennifer Bevan Interiors
Portfolio Photos
This is a hand-knotted rug made to look like an antique rug. It is most likely Pakistani or Afghani in origin, and if you search the term "Peshawar" or "Oushak," you are likely to find someone similar at a store near you. If you're in the DC-metro area, look up my shop!
“Roof trusses” — jacosura
Mitchel Berman Cabinetmakers Inc.
4 Reviews
Tiburon Contemporary Bedrooom & Bath
from coniferous trees, such as pine, cedar, Douglas fir and redwood. You'll hear references to hard and soft maple, but those end up being relative terms because even soft maple is harder than most other hardwoods. Both are very pale-colored and dense with a fairly quiet grain pattern. Cost: According
“Wall paneling” — amirhouse
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