1. We love everything about this! 

    (Source: gravity-gravity)

     
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  3. Looking to hide unsightly wires but just have nowhere to go with them? This city-scape seems like a pretty easy way to do it. And voila! Now you have a piece of art too. 

     
  4. Are you starting to set up your man cave? We’re loving some of the awesome decorations we’re seeing for them! Let us help get you started by calling 708-294-3655 today! 

     
  5. How do you feel about an in-ground trampoline? We love them! They’re a little sleeker than the traditional ones since they’re just a part of the ground. Probably much safer too, since there could never be a drop to the ground. Would you install one? 

     
  6. Now that we’re finally looking at some warmer weather ahead, we’re also checking out some really beautiful deck designs. This is currently one of our favorites. Very minimalist but also really comforting at the same time. Relax in the heat on the bed swing without too much sun exposure. Would you like one of these?

     
  7. Looking for some privacy? This bed has been built right into a closet. This would be neat as a book-nook as well! It can be hidden away as a big closet and open it up for some peaceful reading time. Would you do this? 

     
  8. CLIENT WANTED! Someone who will allow us to create an amazing wine cellar for them! We found this one on Pinterest and were so mesmerized and inspired to create a similar one. This would have to be any wine-lover’s slice of paradise. How do you feel about it?

     
  9. We love innovative designs and seeing them in action. This is one we are dying to see in a finished room! This house of cards table has so much potential to really be a standout piece. Where do you think you would put this and how would you decorate there rest of the room?

     
  10. Do you ever find yourself lacking space for things? Sometimes a dining table is just out of the question in a smaller room. Or maybe you’d like a more casual dining area such as this little nook that folds up and away onto the wall. It creates a space for one to eat casually. We think you could definitely bring another chair over for a table for two. But this design works great for limited areas. What do you think?