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Charcoal Interiors
Urban Bungalow - Bathroom courtyard
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creative out of the square thinking of our design team. Photo courtest of Courier Mail Brisbane Weekend Magazine
This bathroom was completely renovated by Charcoal Interiors Design Team. The special open air design is a feature of this bathroom and also testament to
Interior decorator Brisbane...Interior Designer...Charcoal Interiors
Historical Concepts
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Drayton Street Cottage | Bluffton, South Carolina
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When they are open, the porch becomes an outdoor extension of the main interior living space. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives
exteriors and all of the interior shots are from the home above.
Hello and thank you for your inquiry. We specialize in custom design and do not typically
but this happens to be an exception. It is available via Southern Living magazine and you can view the floorplans, more photos and information at: ...
ours, but it's not the Port Royal Coastal Cottage. The Port Royal was designed by another architect. If you are interested in the one in the photo, though
These were custom designed/fabricated by the contractor. Our plans show a different detail, but the
“Nice porch.” — awcolbert
Oakleigh Interiors
6 Reviews
Recent Interior Designs
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The Hidden Mircowave: Interior Designs by Oakleigh Interiors Microwave ovens became common kitchen appliances in Western countries in the late 1970s.
kitchen design has always been a challenge. Especially if you are low on counter space. With our custom cabinetry skills, we have typically designed them
Oakleigh Interiors
6 Reviews
Recent Interior Designs
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The Hidden Mircowave: Interior Designs by Oakleigh Interiors Microwave ovens became common kitchen appliances in Western countries in the late 1970s.
kitchen design has always been a challenge. Especially if you are low on counter space. With our custom cabinetry skills, we have typically designed them
“Like the weight of it, simplicity with form” — maghynes
Oakleigh Interiors
6 Reviews
Recent Interior Designs
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The Hidden Mircowave: Interior Designs by Oakleigh Interiors Microwave ovens became common kitchen appliances in Western countries in the late 1970s.
kitchen design has always been a challenge. Especially if you are low on counter space. With our custom cabinetry skills, we have typically designed them
“Color of cabinets” — Emily Smith
Resolution: 4 Architecture
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House on Fire Island interior
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bridge, sheltering a courtyard and pool, which receive western exposure for maximum daylight. The design of the house prioritizes views and access to the outdoors
Materials: o Exterior: Cedar Lap Siding, Azek Infill Panels, Ipe Wood Decking o Interior: White Oak Flooring, Stone & Teak Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, White
in the form of continuous sliding doors break down the boundary between interior and exterior, and add to the airy, openess of the house. The house embraces
summer retreat for a family who lives and works in Manhattan. The house is designed as two distinct volumes, to provide the parents and their adult children
“Need these concrete detail things” — orialchristie
Oakleigh Interiors
6 Reviews
Recent Interior Designs
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The Hidden Mircowave: Interior Designs by Oakleigh Interiors Microwave ovens became common kitchen appliances in Western countries in the late 1970s.
kitchen design has always been a challenge. Especially if you are low on counter space. With our custom cabinetry skills, we have typically designed them
“nice contras of wood to white” — daniryan88
Renovation Design Group
4 Reviews
Sally & Brooke
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Outdoor deck. Photo and copyright by Renovation Design Group. All rights reserved.Renovation Design Group. 2349690
the outside. The pounding sun, however, made the deck too hot to use, and interior window coverings blocked not only the solar gain but the view as well.
the outside. The pounding sun, however, made the deck too hot to use, and interior window coverings blocked not only the solar gain but the view as well.
“Facia mounted pergola” — lhdoedee
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