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noelinaz
This is absolutely gorgeous! I have noticed that all of Charmean's projects grab my attention, even though I am not as meticulous as most of the homeowners she has designed for seem to be. @ flopsycat1, we loved white countertops and wanted something natural- looking, but we know we are not the type to do well with most marble. Purely by accident, we saw a slab of Lumix quartzite and fell in love with it. It resembles marble, but does not etch, chip, or show wear in any way since we had it installed two years ago. Lemons, tomatoes, coffee, whatever… can sit on the surface and just wipe off later. I can't post a picture right now, but if you search for Lumix quartzite or look at my kitchen idea books, you'll see what it looks like. It is my favorite thing in our house, and everyone who sees it asks what it is and where they can get it!
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liya1212
It's very nicely
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aharkins
I have a pair of these blue foo dogs which I display in a window facing out. They are meant to ward of bad luck or bad chi. I love mine!
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wyndyacre
Number 7 photo is a gorgeous room!
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linj2fly
Can recessed cabinets be placed in an exterior wall? (Code)
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mike0814
I did an extensive bathroom remodel this past Spring and created a ton more storage. I used my formerly poorly utilized exterior wall (the longest wall and what you see when you walk in the room) to integrate clerestory windows, recessed medicine cabinets and a 69" double vanity with (requisite) sink venting. I live in Northern CA, where it does not freeze. There was no issue with code and it worked perfectly albeit with a ton of planning (and the need to build things to custom specs). If you live in a cold climate ... inability to provide adequate insulation behind the boxes could be an issue (non-factor for me). It can certainly be done ... and with great results.
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