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White w/Black Bath
Ideabooks2,852
Questions8
20th c black white bath...cool
20's B&W
“black hex floor” — ldsulli
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Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
23 Reviews
New Construction
Ideabooks718
Questions2
This photograph shows both the 20x20 tile staggered (on the floor) and the 12x24 tile staggered (on the shower wall). It gives a great contrast of the two sizes.
“Possible dark bath?” — smegletti
Monrovia
Sweet Bay, Laurus nobilis
Ideabooks2,225
Questions1
Sweet Bay: Light:Sun,Part SunZones:8-11Plant Type:Perennial,Tree,ShrubPlant Height:20-30 feet as a perennial; 2-3 feet tall as an annualPlant Width:15-20 feet wide as a perennial; 1-2 feet wide as an annualLandscape Uses:Containers,Beds & BordersSpecial Features:Attractive
“cool” — lrain60
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks2,653
Questions8
6x20 backsplash tiles
6by20 tile
“Backsplash, plate space, mix of glass cabinet and wood ones.” — bjiang78
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
The Garaj Mahal
Ideabooks632
Questions1
dedicated to working on and displaying the homeowner's impressive car collection. Architects Curtis Gelotte and Scott Hommas had to make room for more than 20 cars here, so they installed two levels with hydraulic lifts. The homeowner had a distinct style in mind before construction started. He didn't want
it's actually a garage for 20+ vintage cars
“Cool windows” — pace64
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
Sooke house
Ideabooks1,714
Questions2
com/ideabooks/25005423?utm_source=Houzz&utm_campaign=u463&utm_medium=email&utm_content=gallery6 Flexibility. The width of narrow-plan layouts (18 to 20 feet) usually means that interior load-bearing walls or columns can be omitted, opening up the interior arrangement to many different possibilities.
A width of 18 to 20 feet (give or take) is ideal, as it preserves a narrow proportion and allows for roughly 3 feet for walking space; 2 feet for built-in cabinetry, closets
“Windows, wide house” — strohlein
CWB Architects
C O B U R N - A R C H I T E C T U R E
Ideabooks453
Questions1
beadboard. mid window like here or chair rail height or 2/3rds up? quit looking on page 20
20. crisp and clean - nice window
“Overall look” — cooperwo
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Wing House
Ideabooks1,194
Questions2
LIKE VISUAL OF ONE PLANT KIND IN MASS VERY BEAUTIFUL! use 3 kinds 60/20/20 like uncleared part to view
“Hillside house” — Cat Andrews
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