47,766 Water Feature Repair Home Design Photos

3 Reviews
23 Downing Street
appears you used the 18x24 marble tile on the floor in the shower but I don't see a drain hole. Is this tiled on a level floor and if so, how does the water not leak all over the room and onto the nearby hardwood. Thanks!
I love your frameless design and I am thinking about adding a stainless line drain, but worry about the water drain flow.
flooring to tile. Looking closer (click on the photo to enlarge it), you'll see that the tile is large (about 1 foot by 2 feet) and made of marble; both features require a stiffer floor than most homes have. Tip: If you're working with large-format tile or natural stone, specify that your rooms meet a stronger
“Tile and free standing tub” — kwalkersv
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
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ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
Traditional Bathroom
right, that does make sense! I've never thought of that - I'm at least a foot taller than my wife, and until now she's always had to contend with water droplets falling on her head from a dizzy height! Maybe we can change that, seeing as I am busy planning a bathroom and shower renovation! Thanks for
best?Any glass window cleaner will do the job. Some professional window cleaners swear by using a few drops of dishwashing liquid in a bucket of warm water as a window-washing solution – the dishwashing liquid cuts through any grease. A white vinegar solution will help clear up a hazy film of soap scum
“bathroom white tile” — chissys
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Tranquil Escapes
Extensive drain lines and inlets were provided below the boxwood and rose garden to intercept water from the neighboring properties. The meandering bluestone chip pathway is edged with steel and bordered with loosely hand-pruned, Boxwood ‘Green Velvet,’ Knock-out Roses, and Lavender. Norway Spruce provide
“Garden” — tina
Patterson Custom Homes
15 Reviews
Bayshore drive
Do you have a shower curtain or door to contain the water? Lovely bath!
arch is a nice feature for the alcove bath
Water containment
“Tile ledge for girls bath.” — Kathryn Kroeckel Lokar
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen transformation
Hello, We are thrilled you like it! This house is featured in the Norwich Historical Society's 3rd Annual House and Garden Tour on Saturday, July 21st, 2012 - why not come take a tour! Here is the link:
actually polished nickel. Apologies for the confusion. More glimmer with the polished, but a little more difficult to keep clean with minerals in your water.
be found of the right size to make use of the existing top holes or if porcelain "plugs" could be used to cover up unused holes, or if they would be water tight. The sink that nking43 posted is a new reproduction that you can buy. There are also sellers of antiques sinks to be found and ways to re-do
“windows” — gretchen734
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Patio overlooking Long Island Sound
To edge by water
Pretty hexagonal feature
“pots and lights” — grillgirl
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
west side water feature shrubs, stairs, ...
Like this over deck by the water.
“Rocks incorporated with plants on bank” — joanne9675
Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
fire feature
Montana Gold Water Wash
“Paving” — billheaden
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