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Paddle Creek Design
1 Review
storm mountain ranch house
Ideabooks11,957
Questions9
Mantel #1
“stone type not tapered sape” — caranick
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At-Six Architecture
Rich material pallette
Ideabooks6,520
Questions11
standard 1x4 tongue and groove siding.
standard 1 x 4 tongue and groove siding, bamboo plywood vanity and tile for mudroom
Cedar around the tub standard 1 x 4 tongue and groove siding, bamboo plywood vanity and tile for
standard 1x4 tongue and groove siding.
“Tiling” — nutritionlocker
Thorsen Construction
28 Reviews
Foxhall Road
Ideabooks1,352
Questions5
approximately 1 1/2" trim around cabinet door.
ly an 1-1/2".
“bump out” — Nicolette Patton, CKD / Nar Fine Carpentry
Bruce D. Nagel Architect
Bruce D. Nagel Architect
Ideabooks3,938
Questions11
Living Room 1 - Floor 3
1st floor living
“Light” — yzhome
Margeaux Interiors Inc. - Margaret Presti
7 Reviews
Master Bedroom Addition
Ideabooks29,892
Questions27
both at 5 1/4 which is a standard. Note though because the crown is bedded at an angle the bottom of the crown will not be 5.1/4 down from the ceiling.
were 5 1/4" . The trim was actually purchased through a local contractor supplier. The big box stores may have something similar in MDF.
in the 1 3/8" diameter, 2" diameter, and 3" diameter collections in both smooth and fluted rods. Visit us to see the collections at http://www.draperyrodsdirect.com/Kirsch-Decorative-Wood-Drapery-Hardware-s/43.htm
“wall color” — klarissa2825
Chris Snook
Chelsea Living
Ideabooks10,957
Questions14
glass 1/2 shower wall? Very good idea.
1. Create color contrast. This black-and-white scheme keeps the bathroom simple and uncluttered. The dark tiles on the floor grounds the space perfectly.
1. Subfloor flexing. Most of the time, a noisy shower pan is actually due to a plywood or shiplap subfloor flexing on a nail or screw. When you
“set up” — missert5
Nicholaeff Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks549
Questions4
Formula: RX1/2 TG ¼ GY1X 1 1/3
“carpet” — doofuslarge
Nanette Baker of Interiors by Nanette, LLC
8 Reviews
Nanette Baker
Ideabooks6,937
Questions7
Teenage girl's room with striped roman shade. Duralee fabric window treatments. Photo by Johanna Sophia Photography
“I like the pelmet it adds a nice touch to the blinds” — judith9799
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