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Godden Sudik Architects Inc
3 Reviews
Montecito 7945
Ideabooks2,289
Questions2
EthosGirlUSA@Catholic.com if interested.
EthosGirlUSA@Catholic.com if interested.
“Ceiling” — trcott
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
rossington architecture
Ideabooks3,048
Questions7
g.com/USA/” “from tech lighting...”
“Cherry cabinets” — bakerjuarez
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks3,857
Questions6
Fleetwood USA and they use German made FSB Hardware that is stainless steel. As a 20 year hardware professional I would never recommend Emtek (cheap Chinese knockoff designs, poor quality latch mechanisms) and Baldwin is not what it was before Black & Decker cheapened the brand in every way and moved the
“Entry door style” — Madison Taylor
Great Gardener
Garden Bridge
Ideabooks29
Questions0
http://www.usa-gardening.com/bridge/pond-bridge.html and other cool projects
“without rail” — drblsee
DWYER DESIGN
golden gate heights
Ideabooks669
Questions3
Treve Johnson + Vivian Dwyer
“White!!!!” — Nested Green Inc.
Jenny Baines, Jennifer Baines Interiors
6 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,720
Questions9
in the USA. :) Rhoda
in the USA. :) Rhoda
“Window” — csstandish
Schmitt + Company
Kenzo Estate Tasting Room
Ideabooks2,159
Questions4
in the USA! Check out their websites: http://www.realcarriagedoors.com/ and http://www.realslidinghardware.com/
Made in USA
“Layout.” — ltdiaz13
Cippananda Interior Design
12 Reviews
Malibu
Ideabooks5,750
Questions14
In the USA by code you need a space at least 30" wide for the toilet and 24" in front. The same for the bidet Depending on where the door is, may be you can put either the vanity or the toilet and bidet on the wall opposite the shower. In you case I would use a narrower tub, and you might be
In the USA by code you need a space at least 30" wide for the toilet and 24" in front. The same for the bidet Depending on where the door is, may be you can put either the vanity or the toilet and bidet on the wall opposite the shower. In you case I would use a narrower tub, and you might be able to reduce
“Too much sm tile” — pkb716
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