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Cushman Design Group
5 Reviews
Goose Farm
Ideabooks9,390
Questions4
1 part dark grey and 1 part slate grey and Cabot semi- translucent stain. Trim is BM barn
try valspar cliveden mist cabot semi-transparent 1 part dark gray to 1 part slate gray benjamin moore arborcoat barn red
Remind me of some of the homes in Telluride. Might add natural stone to lower 1/3rd vs. vertical wood siding.
“washburn idea. vert siding color, and pop of color w windows” — intothewild02
Equinox Architecture LLC
4 Reviews
Royal Tiger
Ideabooks8,630
Questions11
mesh panels in a wood frame. The metal panels are sandwiched in frame of 1X4's, with a 2X6 top rail / cap and 8x8 newel posts. I hope this helps! Robbie
This floors is stained concrete. The stained concrete floor has 4-1/2" re-inforced slabs with in-floor hydronic heat from a geothermal / geoexchange
This floors is stained concrete. The stained concrete floor has 4-1/2" re-inforced slabs with in-floor hydronic heat from a geothermal / geoexchange
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LLC >> This floors is stained concrete. The stained concrete floor has 4-1/2" re-inforced slabs with in-floor hydronic heat from a geothermal / geoexchange
“Floor and fireplace” — Greg Chilson
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Oak Bay
Ideabooks6,836
Questions14
DO you use a 3/4" end panel or an end panel with 1 1/2" return?
te between counters with a typical 1" overhang above the face of the cabinet door, which brings the counter to 25 1/2" depth, and if I want to achieve
“simple similar” — nlacorte
Fieldcrest Builders Inc
1 Review
Lake Bluff custom residence
Ideabooks15,862
Questions8
Those are MDF 1x10s with a little bit of an "eased edge". We installed them over drywall with a gap of about 1/4" or so.
Builders Inc Those are MDF 1x10s with a little bit of an "eased edge". We installed them over drywall with a gap of about 1/4" or so.
Builders. The dark-stained bench top and rustic baskets work well with the white 1- by 10-foot MDF planks adorning the walls.
“Wall Idea for oval window” — landerson724
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Brighton Residence
Ideabooks2,016
Questions5
hi there, the medicine cabinet is custom made, and it's 1.98m wide by 1.135m high. Hope this helps!
1. Colour connectionWhen choosing a palette for your bathroom, opt for shades
1. Rangez en hauteur les produits dangereux, dans une armoire avec miroir par
“#bathroom with colourful touches” — Ira Jelinek Toronto Real Estate
CCS Woodworks Inc.
10 Reviews
White English Country Kitchen
Ideabooks6,136
Questions9
are 9 ft. The cabinet heights are 16" over 32" for a total of 48" plus an 1 1/4" light rail molding and a 5" vertical facia and crown molding combination
are 9 ft. The cabinet heights are 16" over 32" for a total of 48" plus an 1 1/4" light rail molding and a 5" vertical facia and crown molding combination
are 9 ft. The cabinet heights are 16" over 32" for a total of 48" plus an 1”
“hood” — Anne Goldsmith
Kitchens by Meyer Inc.
PRISTINE IN THE COUNTRY
Ideabooks45,642
Questions3
says this custom feature cost his client roughly $1,200.
I like the 45 degree angle so u can see each 1 but they r sep. pull out is nice too.
enclosure. Cost: Rosenberg says this custom feature cost his client roughly $1,200.
1. Pullout platter storage. Entertaining often means getting out the stepladder
enclosure. Cost: Rosenberg says this custom feature cost his client roughly $1,200. See more serveware storage that’ll serve you well
“Platter storage” — dhagenbaugh
Kitchen Classics - Charles Heller
4 Reviews
American Classic
Ideabooks7,934
Questions10
on each side of the rangetop are 3" wide, the wall cabinet end panels are 1 1/4" wide, and the base cabinet end panels are 3/4" wide.
approximately 28" above the cook surface. The upper cabinet doors are 20 1/2" wide.
HWSS 1pc box hood with integrated shallow front shelf
1. hood as I have on drawings, except I drew with 2 panels and this has 3
“Range hood” — chrismcpike
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