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Los Angeles ceramics artist and interior designer Desanka Fasiska’s 1963 A-frame kit house seemed to have more working against it than for it. The slanted walls made furniture arrangement awkward and didn’t offer much insulation or a place to run electricity and pipes. But Fasiska pushed forward, embracing the strangeness and creating an open-plan home …

Stone Veneer is beautiful. How do you show your client it is worth the upgrade? .Landscape Contractors using GreenScapes Landscape Design Software you have the ability to change the texture on the walls of the home or office to a Stone Veneer. This tutorial not only shows how to define an area but to cut …

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