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Casey Dunn, Photographer
The Aldrich Group, LLC
Extra-spacious pantry Jeff Herr Photography
Helmet House Construction
Unlacquered brass plumbing fixtures, hardware and mirror.
The upstairs hall features a long catwalk that overlooks the main living.
Supple Homes, Inc
Master Bath with Freestanding tub inside the shower.
Delpino Custom Homes
Photography by Patrick Brickman
A tufted button-back headboard combines with luxurious textures and a delicate colour palette to create a warm and inviting guest bedroom.
This laundry has the same stone flooring as the mudroom connecting the two spaces visually. While the wallpaper and matching fabric also tie into the mudroom area. Raised washer and dryer make use easy breezy. A Kohler sink with pull down faucet from Newport brass make doing laundry a fun task.
Gordon Gibson Construction
The table is from a New York Show Room made from Acacia wood. The base is white and brown. It is approximately 15-1/2 ft. in length. The interior designer is Malgosia Migdal Design.
Jeanne Racioppi Designs
Antique beams make a great sink base for this trough sink by Kohler. Photography by Michael Lee
Bella Vista Company
Shoot2Sell Bella Vista Company This home won the NARI Greater Dallas CotY Award for Entire House $750,001 to $1,000,000 in 2015.
Elms Interior Design
Photography by Michael J. Lee
7 Sisters Interiors
Even though many homeowners know there are maintenance issues with marble, they can't resist its beauty. 5. White subway tile. It really doesn't matter what size, though the classic is 3x6. It can be glossy, crackle, beveled or square edged, handmade or machine made, or even in white marble. If you're looking for a twist on the classic, try a 2x6 or 2x8 or 2x4 — the proportions can really change the look of your kitchen, as can the grout color. 6. An Inspiration for an elegant kitchen in San Diego with inset cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. — Houzz Sand Kasl Imaging
John Webb Construction and Design
Here is an architecturally built house from the early 1970's which was brought into the new century during this complete home remodel by opening up the main living space with two small additions off the back of the house creating a seamless exterior wall, dropping the floor to one level throughout, exposing the post an beam supports, creating main level on-suite, den/office space, refurbishing the existing powder room, adding a butlers pantry, creating an over sized kitchen with 17' island, refurbishing the existing bedrooms and creating a new master bedroom floor plan with walk in closet, adding an upstairs bonus room off an existing porch, remodeling the existing guest bathroom, and creating an in-law suite out of the existing workshop and garden tool room.
Zola European Windows
Fixed windows over tilt-only windows offer fresh air ventilation.
New England Design & Construction
This Brookline remodel took a very compartmentalized floor plan with hallway, separate living room, dining room, kitchen, and 3-season porch, and transformed it into one open living space with cathedral ceilings and lots of light. photos: Abby Woodman