14,943 MEETING Home Design Photos

Kaufmann Masonry LLC
Mallard Point, Essex CT
Ideabooks158
Questions0
No thinset where tile meets the wall-tell tile guy.
NO thinset where the tile meets the
no thinset/mortar where the tile meets the wall - if does, can lead to tenting issues
This photo shows some great tile work. The beautiful tile is nicely lined up, but I especially appreciate how there's no mortar or thinset where the tile meets the wall. Using mortar here
No thin-set where tile meets wall Allows for minor movement
Remember to no put thinset where the tile meets the walls to allow for expansion
This photo shows some great tile work. The beautiful tile is nicely lined up, but I especially appreciate how there's no mortar or thinset where the tile meets the wall. Using mortar here can lead to tenting issues, since it prevents
“good information” — suntosh
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Susan
Ideabooks306
Questions1
Drawer Organization: cutlery tray in the dishwasher meets her cutlery drawer, making it easier to put away silverware.
dishwasher meets her cutlery drawer, making it easier to put away silverware.
German cabinetry and a European aesthetic. Functional details prioritized while planning the kitchen. For instance, the cutlery tray in the dishwasher meets cutlery
Like how drawer meets dishwasher for easy unloading
The cutlery tray in the dishwasher meets the cutlery
Cutlery tray in dew meets silverware drawer.
dishwasher meets her cutlery drawer, making it easier to put away silverware.
“Dishwasher cutlery rack ... Miele dishwasher.” — shel1954
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Potrero House
Ideabooks1,060
Questions2
pavers meet pea gravel as home meets garden.
bluestone meets pea gravel in seating
pavers meets pea gravel...nice
patio pavers meet gravel
pavers meet pea gravel
pavers meet pea gravel as home meets garden.
“Use the wall idea to hide some of the secondary walls in back garden.” — maceio
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Heather Stevens
Water's Edge Greely
Ideabooks1,636
Questions4
tile meeting wood
wood meets ceramic tile
kitchen and tile meet
Tile meets hardwood...Flooring meets...Wood meet tile
“Kitchen bench top” — suefanning
Ceramiques Hugo Sanchez Inc
3 Reviews
Modern style bathroom with linear drain
Ideabooks1,118
Questions0
tile) to meet the tile on the top of the niche. So much effort for just one tile, but this look is worth it.
the edge of the tile to just be grouted where it meets the wall. This niche is done with a mitered edge — make sure the corners are nicely grouted so they're not razor sharp. While mitering isn't
Other homeowners prefer for the edge of the tile to just be grouted where it meets the wall. This niche is done with a mitered edge — make sure the corners are nicely grouted so they're not razor sharp. While mitering isn't necessarily difficult, it takes time, so you can expect
where it meets the wall. This niche is done with a mitered edge — make sure the corners are nicely grouted so they're not razor sharp. While mitering isn't necessarily difficult, it takes time, so you can expect to pay a premium for this kind of work. The way corners and edges like this are prepared needs
“less grout lines” — lillywoody
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks92,803
Questions5
virtual meetings. Communicating design intent over the phone is difficult. Seeing a mouse moving across the screen to point out what you need to see can make the process efficient and productive. Virtual meetings combine screen sharing, PDFs and a group phone call (conference call) with any number of attendees
Virtual meetings save on travel costs, allow you to communicate more effectively compared to regular phone calls, help complete projects more quickly, are low cost and and have less preparation time.
“serene” — syreetakee
It's The Little Things...
It's The Little Things That Make A House A Home
Ideabooks1,583
Questions2
regular meeting. The first meeting is really important, but subsequent meetings during construction are also important. Set a regular time — whether weekly, every other week or at certain milestones — so that you have the opportunities to see the work as it progresses, answer questions from your contractor
“view” — fathemeh
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Idaho Retreat - Gate House
Ideabooks2,963
Questions1
Where Disney meets Tudor, rooted in the earth, reaching for the sky.
FANTASY meets Tudor. = Charm.
"Disney meets tudor" cottage
disney meets tudor...Disney meets Tudor.
“cantileaver floor stone foundations keyhole window” — Mark Lehmann
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