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Green Mountain Construction & Design
Barrier-Free Shower Stall
had issues when I've over tightened my toilet paper holder or hand towel holder and the thing bent and popped out. I fear that the same thing might happen with this type of sliding bar.. Have you had any issues in the past? Thanks in advance.
squeeze between the stationary wall and the toilet to get in, but this looks like it might work...
Love the look, what about window rotting
the shower doors? We are remodeling and this door would look fantastic.
Hello, what are your thoughts on the sturdiness of the sliding bar? It looks like it's mounted on one of those mounting brackets " [ " that has one screw right in the middle... if so, I've had
there has a clear marine epoxy they use on plastic windows, please let me know. Aluminum seems to adhere to urethane caulk, pretty well. Feel free to look me up in Brooklyn to discuss this if you like.
“barrier free shower stall” — alexnu
Bob Greenspan Photography
11 Reviews
Rocky Mountain Retreat
Can you tell me if that is pine or cedar and is the weathered texture natural over time? If so, any idea how long this siding aged? Thanks!
Hello, look for the proper colour of my curtain to buy for my living room, am getting confuse. My living room is peach colour... So wat will
look at the pop of red on these doors
I like the contrast of the grey weathered wood with the pops of red.
Red on exteriors. Red has a long history as an exterior color. Think of red barns, red doors and red temples. A bright, clear red trim can look splendid against weathered wood siding or shingles, or make a bold statement on a white house. To go with red as an allover exterior color, try a slightly
“horizontal siding” — defralick
Jennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
3 Reviews
Decor by Jennifer Inc
love of neutrals and an urge from the client to incorporate pops of colour. Yellow and Gray was our launch palette. We soon found lovely visuals, to support our mission. We kept the furniture calm and serene then punched each piece with pops of fun sunshine yellow!! I know if you read my descriptions
Just what I was looking for!
Thank you for this! I had a vision in my head of pale gray/blue walls with pops of yellow and some neutrals to blend everything together! This was just what I needed!
Grey is a neutral color that looks great with most colors. A splash of orange near your grey sofa would look incredible.
There is a similar looking one available at Westelm called Chester Tufted Upholstered Sofa. Not exactly the same, but very similar. My question is where is that chair from!?
“love how fresh this looks, pops of color, different textures” — Cassandra Roberts
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer and Decorator
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The Upward Bound House by Typhanie Peterson
Whois the artist and where did you get it? Looks like an artist I know, and I'd love to find more of her work.
Bright pops of color in the right places
repurpose- mismatched pieces look great when put together correctly
Pops of bright color are always welcome
11. Pops of bright color are always welcome.
“Cabinet” — kochsarah34
Michelle Hinckley
Michelle's Master Bedroom.
I,myself looking for fabric like that. Thank you
Where is the bedding from? I am looking for a gray duvet cover
What is the make of the bed? Is the fabric leather? It looks great!
nightstand from IKEA? Yours look like it has more depth than the Rast ones
Found them at HomeGoods ages ago.
Pop of colour - tray to corral clutter
Great pop of a bright color.
I love everything especially the pop of yellow
The pop of yellow is fun.
at night — all while looking chic.
If your base color is gray and you don't want to make a big commitment to an accent color, bring yellow in through small accessories, like this tray. Side note: A trayscape is a good way to corral items on a surface and keep things looking streamlined.
“nightstands - Ikea Rast Cupboard. DIY.” — friarsway
Tamara Mack Design
2 Reviews
Tamara Mack Design - Staging Projects
Looks like the Eivor throw from Ikea.
respond in a timely manner to your inquiry. Most of our questions require a bit of research into our office files that the customer service team can look into. Thank you! ...
Simple with a pop of colour
nice and brite wall, pale grey, still looks brite
Black & white with pops of color
Love the gray walls with black and white and pops of color Ditto unadorned windows and clean, comfortable vibe
trim, art, paint color, bold color pops
“wall color” — kristawachter
Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
The ceiling is pine, the floors also look like pine but with a darker stain applied. joel@eutree.com
Yellowish distressed look for underneath island
love the rustic look with a pop of red!!
Like the distressed look just not this color
your cabinets is a perfect way to achieve a worn-in look effectively and efficiently.More:Add Character to Your Home With the Look of AgeDefining a Look: European Eclectic CabinetsThe Unmatched Kitchen: Mixing Finishes With Style
Because aged metal and distressed wood are natural elements, their
one gives the kitchen a European feel. If you look closely, you'll see that the inside of the pendant light is copper as well — a clever detail that connects it to the vent hood.
“Hood” — Stacy Beidleman-Moe
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
pendants are the "yoke" but is that the bronze finish? They look absolutely black to me, which would be great because I am tiling in black... Thanks for letting me know..
Beautiful kitchen. We are building a new house and I love the look of these wood floors in a white kitchen. But we're putting in
Nickel is too shiny and would be better with softer Antique Nickel but can't find a good picture of the antique nickel finish. Does it just look soft or does it look splotchy. Would love your opinion or recommendation. Thanks!
I love this kitchen. Are the cabinets off white or white and could my cabinets be painted to look like this?
It looks like the island coutners are thicker than the outside counters. Was the cabinetry height adjusted to account for the different thickness or are they
“Island bench” — Samantha Marrot-Castellat
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