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Jon Luce Builder
Yes, the floor is beautiful - what is it?
Access and security. Talk through how the contractor should access your home and where a key will be kept; and review security codes for alarm systems
key will be kept, then review security codes for alarm systems. Some alarm companies will allow you to set a temporary code for your contractor to use that’s
allow you to set a temporary code for your contractor to use that’s separate from yours, so that when the job is done, the code can be canceled. Also talk
talk about other security measures, such as fences and signs.
3. Access and securityTalk about how the contractor will access your home and where a key
Look at the custom wooden handle...black door with a vertical wood handle
“All entry door” — George S. McGregor
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
20 Reviews
Small Space Bathroom
how deep the niche is? It looks like it's less than 2.5 inch deep?
inserted glass shef . Where can I get it? great idea
Can you please tell me what grout colour was used? It's been a year in the making for us and finally it's time for grout; but, nothing we see seems suitable
Can you tile the front of this tub? Who makes it? What are the dimensions? Thank you.
Is this cabinet recessed? Where can I find it?
is what I would call it. You can get it with a hinged glass but most installations I see are fixed glass which would be more secure. On the other hand
A bead of caulking only? without any other way of securing the glass to the ceiling/wall/tub? please, clarify. thank you.
is an electrical product that can be installed inside a cabinet to Ontario code, so I might charge & house bathroom products & not have them on the counter
“Niche to right of tub” — lulumousie
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Contemporary Basement
or 4 15" doors. What do you think would look best? Also,How are the electronic components accessed with the remotes? Thank you for your advice.
What kind of stone is on the fireplace? Love it. Must have it.
What stone was used on the fireplace. Where could I purchase it?
Hi - it is a gray - its from Benjamin Moore - but I can't remember the code. If you check the comments on this project though
burners and fireplaces from ... are safe, totally clean burning and electronically controlled and monitored. Can be operated via a 1 button remote, smartphone
the side cabinets had to have an interior depth of about 21" for the electronics. Second, the fireplace required a 25" depth. That's why the center section
looks like grey do you color code?
“Wall unit” — glozuc
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Fiorella Design
15 Reviews
San Jose Res 2
need to pick my handles carefully! I'm looking at midrange appliances like Electrolux and Kitchen Aid. I love the industrial handles but I'm wondering
if the look of these handles is too bulky for this area? The midrange appliances don't do quite as refined an industrial handle as the upscale ones.
Beautiful kitchen! Love, love, love it! Does
flooring. Who makes it and exactly what color or style is it. Details so that I can purchase it, please.
builder about it. Thanks for your input and ideas:)
If a Viking oven's big-honkin' red knobs look good in that kitchen, then I think SS handles on a Kitchen
longer available. If you would like to e-mail me with your location (zip code), I will be happy to forward you to the nearest Walker Zanger dealer who
“colors” — dlawall
Capital Building
9 Reviews
The wood background, Is that real wood or wallpaper? What is the color code for the wood background? Thank you
Would you please advise re: the bed and it's support also the end stand where did you get them? Simple elegant love it! Thanks!
Fabulous design - totally love it. Wondering what is behind the wood wall? Thanks.
period of time. We want to put in a stop valve (I think thats what you call it) in her basement drain to prevent this from happening again!
That is right, you need to be sure anything you attach is secured to the stud in the wall behind it. This applies to the bedside tables as well as the mirror
Did you nail the flooring on the wall into the studs? If not, how was it secured to the wall?
“Ff designs” — ffdesigns
Office Sian Architecture & Design
Hackney Shed
it's an amazing idea, inside the forest or nature
light, warm and comfortable, with room for books and electronics. Wiring, weatherproofing and security were priorities.A view of the garden was a must, too
sturdy materials — plywood, steel and glass — made sure the space would be secure from weather and kept down costs. Full-height glass doors lock into place
well, it's just really really cool
“Outside library” — supermarsbar
Luck Stone Center
1 Review
LOVE the floating shelving - how are they secured?
The floating shelf appears to be stone... where can I purchase it?
Love the Covelano marble counter top, can you tell me if it's honed or polished? Thanks
You will probably need to use wall anchors and toggle bolts to make sure the shelf is secure properly. Here are
duct to the outside. The codes between fresh air requirements and energy efficiency get very conflicting at this part of the code. A 400 cfm fan will exchange
meeting requirements, but not the only way by far. You will notice that the codes never say you SHALL use a range hood. They say that if you use local exhaust
exhaust to the outside actually better meets the intent of this section of the code. The reality is that builders are just lazy and want to do the simplest thing
weight of the shelf and it's occupants.
“Drawers” — megzan28
Claudia Leccacorvi
9 Reviews
Raveninside Interior Design
are there cables to prevent the cabinet door from hitting the same wall? it's hard to see how the microwave can be used from the side.
arch affect. Saw on recently in a high-end furniture store and really like it, but was not sure if it was practical.
microwave handle would hit either the tile or the window frame--esp. if something hot is being lifted out and you need two hands for it--and then it's kind
I doubt there's anything to keep the door from hitting the wall - but it's not that different from installing a refrigerator up against a wall. You
with your hip against the corner and use the microwave, though of course it's not as easy-access as something right in front of you.
Cabinets are nice plus love the handles and positioning
“Kitchen tile” — arad5410
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