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Thank you so much for your nice comment. The floors are white oak, tongue and groove; the planks are about 3 wide" -- very basic materials. We had them sanded down to bare wood, and used Minwax's Jacobean stain. It's quite dark, more so than appears in the photo. So, if what you are liking about
Elizabeth Hagins Interior Design Thank you so much for your nice comment. The floors are white oak, tongue and groove; the planks are about 3 wide" -- very basic materials. We had them sanded down to bare wood, and used Minwax's Jacobean stain.
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help avoid them. “Wool rugs are the easiest kind to clean,” says Faiella. “Wool is a natural fiber in which water can do an effective job cleaning basic spills. Though a rug manufacturer will supply specific cleaning instructions, in general I recommend letting a paper towel absorb any liquid. Don't
or carpeting for their homes I always go to natural materials like wool, or natural-material blends like wool, cotton, jute, sisal,” notes interior designer Anastasia Faiella. “Wool rugs are the best, because they are easy to clean, and, being an organic material, they look better to me while feeling good
help avoid them. “Wool rugs are the easiest kind to clean,” says Faiella. “Wool is a natural fiber in which water can do an effective job cleaning basic spills. Though a rug manufacturer will supply specific cleaning instructions, in general I recommend letting a paper towel absorb any liquid. Don't
“Dark millwork and dark floors” — kcoker002
Tim Cuppett Architects
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Pemberton Addition/Renovation
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Because the trim on the traditional house is handled in a basic simple way, the house works well with the contemporary pool.
Make some basic square wood planter boxes painted color of green house trim.
Blending in contemporary design with older style home
Window design on right
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Mary Prince
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Mary Prince © 2012 Houzz
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Photo: Mary Prince © 2012 Houzz Design: Stacy Curran, South Shore Decorating
22. A Basic Builder Home Gets the Glam TreatmentThe blank canvas of a builder home felt inspiring — not daunting — to this home's owner, a designer. The resulting colorful blend of textures and materials inspired Houzz users, who
See how black and white striped shades adopt a more sophisticated attitude in this setting? The room features the same basic color scheme as the bedroom in the previous example — in much softer tones. The striped shades work equally well here, but thinner pinstripes give them
“Color and textures...” — Crystal Scott_Farmer
yamamar design
stone slab bath
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Basically basic
yamamar design
“Cabinets” — jeaninefong
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Historic St. Paul Kitchen and Mudroom Addition/Renovation
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I wanted to ask this as well, as you just say "Ceramic Basics" - is this the Davenport?
Who was the custom designer? Can you provide contact information?
Design of vent a hood, wood carved
Ceramic Basics
“J” — carolmatt
Brett Webber Architects, PC
2 Reviews
Geist Studio House, Whidbey Island, Washington
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What tile is that? Just a basic subway tile?
I believe the tub is by Duravit model #700091 - designed by Philippe Starck. It is very compact at only 59" long.
Yes, this is a basic 3X6 white subway tile with white grout. Daltile or similar is a tile that we specify when we';re looking for a very clean, pure color, flat, dimensionally
“small shower and tub on same wall” — joejos
Sealy Design Inc.
16 Reviews
Moody Blues
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Kitchen:Use the basic mixture and a sponge to clean all kitchen surfaces.Rid your fridge or pantry of odors by placing an opened box of baking soda on a back shelf.Dust your
KitchenUse the basic mixture and a sponge to clean all kitchen surfaces.Rid your fridge or pantry of odours by placing an opened box of baking soda on a back shelf.Dust
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