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SUSAN PETRIL, INTERIOR DESIGNS
REGENCY MANOR MODEL
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Ceiling design and colour
SUSAN PETRIL, INTERIOR DESIGNS
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Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
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Thompson Custom Homes
7 Reviews
Ranch
Ideabooks738
Questions1
The I'm sorry that I cannot answer this question. The homeowner's interior designer purchased them.
Great open ranch design for dining
great room design, central fireplace, used by dining and sitting area
Looks like our barn house design
Adore! Western beautiful
Stone interior
“chandelier” — romanering
CplusC Architectural Workshop
4 Reviews
Queens Park
Ideabooks1,726
Questions3
Jarrah is a tree that grows in Western Australia. A local cabinet maker would be the best to ask if it is available in NYC. It is a popular veneer over here but the U.S has many local veneers
of native jarrah timber cabinetry offers warmth to this space, and its rich tones offset the pristine corian benchtops. Louvred windows flood the interior with sunlight and can be automated or manually adjusted depending on your preference and budget.
“Good length” — Anna Campbell
Joani Stewart-Georgi - Montana Ave. Interiors
18 Reviews
Young Girls Room
Ideabooks20,127
Questions16
However, I'm trying to choose a trim size and don't want it to be too horsey or I feel it overpowers the room. What size is the ribbon trim here? My designer is recommending 1" but I think 3/4 is better? This looks thinner than 1", is it?
the drapes themselves are linen with little rhinestones in a pattern. The linen for the valence is plain. A decorative trim tape was used for the design on the valence.
Cornice board with inset tape that creates design at corners. I would recommend pulling the tape in further from the edge than what is shown in this photo.
high school. Having a little place in her room where she and her friends can hang out is a must — the girls can listen to records and giggle over magazines without giving Betty a headache.
“Nude color walls” — pontevedramom
Interiors & Architecture Photography by Ken Hayden
5 Reviews
#Architecture
Ideabooks1,819
Questions3
Copyright Ken Hayden West elevation of a residence in Key West, Florida photographed for Architectural Digest (USA) magazine.
project with Designer Todd Black on Veronica Webb's home in FL. Photo by Ken Hayden.
Interiors & Architecture Photography
Lantern design...exterior design
“the colors as accent colors” — iamkaylam
Studio D - Danielle Wallinger
12 Reviews
Studio D
Ideabooks7,270
Questions2
cover of a leading shelter magazine and was the ASID residential/loft design winner, but was now in need of a reinterpreted design to reflect the new directions in interiors. Through the careful selection of modern pieces and addition of a more vibrant color palette the design was able to transform the
Principal Designer Danielle Wallinger reinterpreted the design of this former project to reflect the evolving tastes of today’s clientele. Accenting the rich textures with clean modern pieces the design transforms the aesthetic direction and modern appeal of this award winning downtown loft. When originally
“wood floors, brick wall” — whitmired
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
A New Chapter for an Old Space
Ideabooks7,290
Questions11
rough industrial shell of the building with a sleek modernist interior, the Feinmann team fulfilled the unrealized potential of the space. Working closely with the homeowners, sophisticated materials were chosen to complement a sleek design and completely change the way one experiences the space. For
clean modern aesthetic. The team’s meticulous attention to detail from start to finish captured the homeowner’s desire for a look worthy of Dwell magazine. Photos by John Horner
The design challenge for this loft located in a manufacturing building dating to the late 19th Century was to update it with a more contemporary, modern design, renovate the kitchen and bath, and unify the space while respecting the building’s industrial origins. By rethinking existing spaces and contrasting
“Blue tile and tile style, plus the tile front on tub” — kathywalden
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
Ideabooks3,689
Questions8
bathroom home. Instead of rushing around doing chores while your bath fills, sit back and make the most of your me-time with a great book or a favourite magazine.
and the armrests are shorter (as in a Louis XV chair). Tell us: Which Louis style is your favorite?Photos: Browse more photos with Louis-style chair designs
“very pretty :)” — sixolile
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