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Blue Truck Studio
1 Review
Rear elevation
Ideabooks370
Questions1
Hi, just wondering how you are supporting the structure. And, is it a solarium inside, or maybe a powder room?
at is supporting the elevation?
“Facade” — taithienvo
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Lauren Ostrow Interior Design, Inc
12 Reviews
Kitchen 5
Ideabooks847
Questions2
with a support?... the line of these supports coordinating with the archways as well as the fireplace mantel.
“Right side” — becrobinson79
Curt Hofer & Associates
2 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks429
Questions0
overhang supports
also like support for eave
“C” — lalaloohoo
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
Ideabooks2,157
Questions1
tread support that would normally come off the centre beam.
frame to support the large expanse of glass; the architects chose steel.
“three turn stairs and glass side” — Justin Griffiths
Designing Solutions
46 Reviews
Vendome Home Renovation
Ideabooks4,698
Questions5
white support and wood top or vice versa?
accent supports for us
“Bookcases” — jayelynn44
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Chimney Corners Remodel
Ideabooks4,663
Questions1
steel beam supporting deep overhang @ patio
overhead support beam for overhang???
“techo sin columnas” — cristygracia
Timberlake Custom Homes, LLC
19 Reviews
Lake Chatuge Fishing Lodge
Ideabooks556
Questions3
stone supports
mantel supports
“Beams” — barnhartfami
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
French Casual
Ideabooks2,605
Questions2
Supports for the columns in wood
corner supports
“Light blue shades” — 48chief
Want name of vine used in Secret Reading Nook.
I would love to create Secret Reading Nook.
Need help with exterior of Tudor cottage
We just bought this 1936 Tudor cottage and need help with the exterior. Some of the boards in the stucco are rotten and must be replaced. The stucco is...
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