The Grey BarnFarmhouse Closet, Boston

Walk-in closet - mid-sized country gender-neutral light wood floor and brown floor walk-in closet idea in Boston with open cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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annyoung18 wrote:Dec 27, 2014
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    Oak & Broad

    It looks fantastic! What a great finish choice.

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    Holmes Hole Builders LLC

    Thank you. The Grey Barn is by far one of our most favorite projects. Everywhere you look you'll see something beautiful. I believe its a direct reflection of the owners, architects, interior designers, landscape designers , subs, and of course our incredible crew here at Holmes Hole Builders.

Gordie Lugo wrote:Jan 8, 2015
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    Holmes Hole Builders LLC
    That is a very good question. I believe it depends on the pool contracter. The design of the custom pool. Where the pool is being built.
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    20x30 pool cost $5,000 to shoot with Pebble Tec. If you hire a GC to oversee the project the costs doubles

kfeighan1 wrote:Jan 7, 2015
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    Antique Barnwood Reclaimers Inc
    I don't know who supplied these beams, but Born2restore has many in stock
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    Holmes Hole Builders LLC
    These beams were supplied by Southend Reclaimed. They are antique reclaimed white oak.
katthief wrote:Jan 8, 2015
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    Holmes Hole Builders LLC
    Can you please be more specific. I am not sure what you are asking.
fish58 wrote:Jan 8, 2015
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          connicorrea wrote:Dec 16, 2014

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Becky Harris added this to Get Organized: Storage Ideas for ShoesOct 26, 2016

            Maximize nooks and crannies. Space beneath a sharply angled ceiling or window-seat-adjacent often goes to waste. But it’s a great opportunity for built-ins. Attic conversions are particularly full of potential shoe storage spots.

            Laura Gaskill added this to Reboot Your Wardrobe for Cold-Weather DressingOct 9, 2016

            Mend, repair and clean items as needed. If you are handy with a needle and thread, carve out some time to sew buttons back on and mend fallen hems. But if you’re not, no worries! Be honest with yourself that you’ll never mend these items yourself and stash them in a tote bag to bring to your dry cleaner (many are happy to do minor repairs) or a local seamstress. Drop off any winter wear that needs dry cleaning.Mend (or send out for mending) pieces that need new buttons, hems or zippers.Drop off shoes or boots that need repairing at a cobbler.Spruce up sweaters and coats by rolling a lint remover over them.Clean and polish leather shoes and boots.Clean out totes and purses.Catch up on laundry, including hand-washing, and fold everything neatly and put it away.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            Ashley Padula added this to CeilingAug 10, 2019

            Making beams against ceiling to seem like it’s higher instead of across

            Natalie Carstens added this to Carstens RenovationsAug 2, 2019

            Lift roof, love seat, wooden floors

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