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Your Guide to 15 Popular Kitchen Countertop Materials

Get details and costs on top counter materials to help you narrow down the choices for your kitchen Full Story
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Allison Crossley
Thanks. This was very helpful
June 29, 2014 at 1:34pm   
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How to Create a Secret Doorway Behind a Bookcase

Hide your valuables (or unsightly necessities) in a room or nook that no one will guess is there Full Story
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The Original Book Works Ltd.
For Cabinet Designs of Florida - yes we do have an ideas book http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/users/originalbooks and also a brilliant website and video showing how the faux book panels can be used. http://www.fauxbooks.co.uk/home/

For bibishboy's enquiry - our antique faux book panels are a maximum of one inch thick, can be stuck straight onto a normal room door and visually look stunning. There is some additional weight but a wheel would not be necessary - may be an extra hinge in the middle of he door if you are cautious.
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The Original Book Works Ltd.
Thanks for all the positive comments. We have been making the faux book
panels for over twenty years at Original Book Works and have a wide variety
of experience in helping clients with their projects.
The faux book panels have been used by top designers, retailers and even The
British Museum where our book panels were used for public display to
replace rare originals that had to be put into environmentally controlled
storage.
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Houzz Tour: A Happy-Trails Home on a California Field

Horse-loving homeowners look to barns and equestrian references for their light and bright new build Full Story
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madaboutdesign0924
The windows are spectacular!! Also, that loft above the dining room is such a sweet surprise. Very special, lovely home.
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mjs412win
If that was a horse I'd buy it!
June 30, 2014 at 1:40pm   
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Houzz Tour: From Shocker to Stunner in Houston

Once moldy and decrepit, this 1920s bungalow is now a neighborhood gem Full Story
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Jane Morris
I love the bright white front and yellow door. Looks like a clean, happy house.
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Rivertown Builders
AMAZING as a builder myself , you should very proud of your renovations and wonderful attention to Details Details Details, I love Bungalow & Craftman style Homes. Such a beautiful place to live and have great memories. Enjoy enjoy Enjoy! Peace
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Houzz Tour: Respectfully Updating a 1929 Farmhouse

Period details mix with new features for a family home as idyllic as its pastoral surroundings Full Story
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hestiavermont
SO perfect. What a fantastic place to live.
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rhodalynn
Just beautiful in every way but…..that pheasant has got to go.
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8 Fabulous Prefab Homes Around the World

See global examples of housing’s best-kept secret — and learn why prefab may be the future of home building Full Story
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kjaloha
How much do these homes cost? Are they comparable to a custom built home?
June 20, 2014 at 10:08pm   
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Rochester Homes, Inc.
Building a home using the modular technique has come a long way in the past several years. Depending on the company you choose, you could build anything from a storage shed to luxury condominiums, we choose to be somewhere in the middle by offering full customization of floor plans and many component, structure, style, and color options to choose from. We do stick within certain systems building methods which dictate roof and overall structural designs and we typically find ourselves to be 20% less in final pricing compared to a similar home that is built 100% on site. Some other builders can beat that price by doing more volume and allowing less customization. Another group of builders in the industry chooses to do anything and everything that a customer wishes but is closer to 5-10% less in final pricing compared to a similar home that is built 100% on site. With all good systems built home manufacturers, one should get a product that is pre-engineered for efficiency, built using systems to control quality, kept out of inclement weather and the issues that come along with that, and more time effective than a traditional, 100% site built home.
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