Urban Building Group: Charlotte, NCTraditional Home Office, Charlotte

Jim Schmid Photography

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sandahne wrote:Dec 16, 2012
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    Jim Schmid Photography
    This room was designed by the Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I had the privilege of photographing this great space for them. I would recommend reaching out to them and seeing if they are able to better answer your question.
  • clubpett
    where did the key holder come from?
Libardo Jimcoll wrote:Jan 16, 2013
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    Cassie, what is the paint color on the wall?
  • Cassie Albergotti
    It's farrow and ball skylight
carolynn wrote:Dec 16, 2012
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    Jim Schmid Photography
    This room was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I had the pleasure of photographing this amazing project for them. I would reach out to them directly and see if they are able to answer your questions.
Ant D wrote:Nov 4, 2017
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    Thank you for inquiring about this photo. Jim Schmid Photography was hired as the photographer to capture this project which was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. Your question is one that I am unable to answer but perhaps if you reach out to them directly they will be able to help you.

Rob Patterson wrote:Oct 10, 2017
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    Thank you for inquiring about this photo. Jim Schmid Photography was hired as the photographer to capture this project which was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. Your question is one that I am unable to answer but perhaps if you reach out to them directly they will be able to help you.

Jaime Friedland wrote:Feb 1, 2016
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    Thank you for inquiring about this photo. Jim Schmid Photography was hired as the photographer to capture this project which was designed by Urban Building Group. Your question is one that I am unable to answer but perhaps if you reach out to them directly they will be able to help you.

elenigrigoriadou wrote:May 7, 2015
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    This room was designed by Urban Building Group located in Charlotte, NC. This room is such a cool space!! I can see why you would have a question in regards to it. I am unable to answer your question as I was the photographer hired for the project, however if you contact them directly they may be able to answer your question.

cbwinter wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    Jim Schmid Photography

    This living space was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I was the photographer hired to photograph this space. I would highly recommend contacting them directly to see if they are able to help answer your questions.

irondecorlady wrote:Jan 29, 2015
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    Jim Schmid Photography

    This indoor space was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I was the photographer hired to photograph this space. I would highly recommend contacting them directly to see if they are able to help answer your questions.

Betsy Rowen wrote:Apr 24, 2013
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    Jim Schmid Photography
    This room was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I photographed this home for them to use in their marketing materials. I would try contacting them directly to see if they can answer your question.
sbeaubien wrote:Apr 20, 2013
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    Jim Schmid Photography
    This room was designed by Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I photographed this home for them to use in their marketing materials. I would try contacting them directly to see if they can answer your question.
maxwellmama wrote:Feb 20, 2013
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    Jim Schmid Photography
    This room was designed by the Urban Building Group in Charlotte, NC. I had the privilege of photographing this great space for them. I would recommend reaching out to them and seeing if they are able to better answer your question.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

hannah_kasper
Hannah Kasper added this to The 4 Stages of a Remodel: The Honeymoon PhaseJul 1, 2016

Rolling With the PunchesTo help your honeymoon run more smoothly, here are a few tips I’ve learned from witnessing hundreds of remodels (and even surviving a couple myself):Embrace change. Really. Give change a huge hug. Get to know it on a personal level. Because no matter what room you’re touching (whether it’s the kitchen or a teensy guest bath), it’s likely that you use that room daily. The sooner you accept that this room (major or not) will be unavailable for a period of time, the sooner you’ll be able to adapt your daily routines to fit around it.Love your microwave. This applies to kitchen remodels specifically. As soon as demo is done, your primary cooking and eating area will be gone. Before your project starts, find an untouched room in your home to create a mini kitchen that will include necessities such as a microwave, toaster oven and coffee pot. Think of it as the mini kitchen you had in your dorm or apartment in college and revel in the nostalgia.Don’t worry too much. I know this sounds hard — OK, really hard, especially for control freaks like myself — but trusting your building professionals to know what they’re doing (even if you do come across one of the aforementioned speed bumps) will really help you keep your head on straight. And if you do have questions or concerns …Communicate! Communication has proved time and time again to be one of the biggest parts of a remodel — and a successful marriage. I cannot stress it enough. Talk with your contractor, talk with your significant other — talk, talk, talk. Ask framing questions, bring up budgetary concerns, muse over paint colors. Whatever is on your mind, getting it out of your head and into the air is beneficial for everyone involved (especially you).

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Alison Hodgson added this to Your Back-to-School Game PlanJul 27, 2014

If you are struggling to establish order in your entire home, you may have a to-do list so long, it makes your head spin. Yes, organizing in other areas of the home builds the overall effect, but for now let’s focus on the task at hand and keep it as simple as possible. What are we looking at? Coats, backpacks and lunch bagsShoes or boots, mittens and hats (for those in cold parts of the country) PapersA place for kids to do their homeworkIt may seem like a lot, but if you break it down, you really only need to get a few systems in place to have your children coming and going with ease.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

woodlynd
woodlynd added this to woodlynd's ideasJun 26, 2019

I like boot room cupboard idea in this photo

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The Muir Showrooms added this to Mud Rooms & EntriesMay 3, 2019

This mud room has a convenient desk tucked by the door.

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Jacob Kisor added this to Kisor homeFeb 27, 2019

Cubbies and maybe a tiny desk in the mud room would be nice? Not white;)

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