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ellsworth residence | 28 degrees
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western we typically use $65 per square foot of glass area for budgetary purposes. This of course needs to be adjusted if a thermally broken frame is desired or if higher performance glass than solarban 60 is needed.
I love your selection of windows/doors. What is the price point of glass walls and
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 or shelving; and 13 to 15 feet for living space. Narrow plans ensure you’ll always be within a few feet of a window, natural light
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 or shelving; and 13 to 15 feet for living space. Narrow plans ensure you’ll always be within a few feet of a window, natural light
“Windows” — samronchese
Courtney Oldham
Tarrytown Remodel
Ideabooks4,243
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costs about $1 per square foot. An asphalt topcoat runs about $2 per square foot; a new asphalt driveway costs $3 to $6.50 per square foot. A new poured concrete path costs $3 to $4 per square foot. Pavers cost $6 to $10 per square foot installed, cobblestone path costs $12 to $30 per square foot installed
alone costs about $1 per square foot. •An asphalt topcoat runs about $2 per square foot; a new asphalt driveway (including a base layer of gravel and several coats of asphalt) costs $3 to $6.50 per square foot. •A new poured concrete path or driveway costs around $3 to $4 per square foot. •Pavers cost
cost $6 to $10 per square foot installed, and a cobblestone path or drive costs $12 to $30 per square foot installed.
“For driveway - concrete strips with crushed limestone in between.” — Tracy Tousey
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Coastal influence
Ideabooks4,015
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Cost. The price of pavers depends on what kind of material you're using, how that material has been treated, if it's colored, and how thick it is. Below is a very general price range of pavers, divided by the more common material choices: Concrete pavers: $5 to $10 per square feet Brick pavers:
pavers: $5 to $15 per square feet Natural stone: $10 to $30 per square feet
Cost. The price of pavers depends on what kind of material you're using, how that material has been treated, if it's colored, and how thick it is. Below is a very general price range of pavers, divided by the more common material choices: Concrete pavers: $5 to $10 per square feet Brick pavers: $5 to
to $15 per square feet Natural stone: $10 to $30 per square feet
“the sea” — Margie Blevins Hages
Glenvale Kitchens
Electric Kitchen
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How do they compare/compete with granite in qualities / features.....and price. Thanks.
How long is the entire island? 9 feet?
material has the ability to emulate just about any look without the same damage risk or maintenance. Prices range from $50 to $100 per square foot, depending on the manufacturer.
clean look of product, and price
wood or plastic? This miracle material has the ability to emulate just about any look without the same damage risk or maintenance. Prices range from $50 to $100 per square foot, depending on the manufacturer.
wood or plastic? This miracle material has the ability to emulate just about any look without the same damage risk or maintenance. Prices range from $50 to $100 per square foot, depending on the manufacturer. Glenvale Kitchens Kitchen & Bath Designers Electric Kitchen URL www.glenvalegroup.com/
“solid surface kitchen counter” — gatorgirrl
Mendelson Group
UWS3
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I have a 62 inch square table and am considering buying 8 arm chairs that have an overall height of 34 inches which is 4 inches higher than the table height. Will they look
I have a 54" square dining room table - what is the ideal size of a light fixture for this size/shape of table? Thank you.
how much is the price and measurements for the table
Table is 54 inches = 4.5 feet. Would like to have 3 ft. on each side. Need a room that is 10.5' X 10'5. Agree?
It was made at 54" square.
Thank you for your inquiry. It's a photograph by Daniel Sandberg. Feel free to call our offices at 212 371 1901 for pricing and availability.
Thank you for your inquiry. This chair was custom made and designed by Mendelson Group. Feel free to call us at 212 371 1901 for pricing and more information.
“Dinette” — naestrada
Jen Dalley ||||||||||||||
1 Review
Pine Street Bedroom Remodel
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Materials used: 6 sheets of five-ply 1/2-inch domestic birch plywood for the flooring ($60 per sheet) 3 sheets of three-ply 3/4-inch Baltic birch plywood for the trim ($90 per sheet) 150 square feet of 1/8-inch acoustical foam underlay ($20) Handful of fasteners — 2 1/2-inch gold screws ($5) Wood
Materials used: •6 sheets of five-ply 1/2-inch domestic birch plywood for the flooring ($60 per sheet) •3 sheets of three-ply 3/4-inch Baltic birch plywood for the trim ($90 per sheet) •150 square feet of 1/8-inch acoustical foam underlay ($20) •Handful of fasteners — 2 1/2-inch gold screws ($5)
Materials used:6 sheets of five-ply 1/2-inch domestic birch plywood for the flooring ($60 per sheet)3 sheets of three-ply 3/4-inch Baltic birch plywood for the trim ($90 per sheet) 150 square feet of 1/8-inch acoustical foam underlay ($20)Handful of fasteners — 2 1/2-inch gold screws ($5)Wood putty ($5)1
“L b” — amackeil
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks8,827
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Stainless steel is nonstaining, heat resistant and easy to clean. It also makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, Price of $80 to $90 per square foot installed is less than most stone counters.
certainly makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, it's a great choice for hardworking kitchens that don't need a perfect look. A price tag of $80 to $90 per square foot installed means it's more affordable than most stone counters, too.
certainly makes fingerprints and scratches stand out, it's a great choice for hardworking kitchens that don't need a perfect look. A price tag of $80 to $90 per square foot installed means it's more affordable than most stone counters, too.Guide: Pros and cons of stainless steel countertops
“Wood w/stainless 6” — jenniferw1
Buckminster Green LLC
9 Reviews
Chestnut Hill kitchen
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price information for various counter tops
Often used in laboratories for its resistance to stains, chemicals and bacteria, soapstone is a durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square foot installed
Soapstone: resistance to stains, chemicals and bacteria, durable, $80 to $100 per square foot installed,
the soapstone will darken to a deep charcoal. Slabs may contain pronounced veining, which is produced by quartz in the stone. Cost: $80 to $100 per square foot, installed
used in laboratories for its resistance to stains, chemicals and bacteria, soapstone is a durable and natural choice for a kitchen. At $80 to $100 per square foot installed, it might be on the more expensive side, but it can be a lifetime investment.
“faucet” — maruca11
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