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Three Bears Home Staging & Redesign
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Vannessa Rhoades, HSR Certified Professional Home Stager and Redesigner Three Bears Home Staging and Redesign
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bathroom staging ideas
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Houston home staging
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“staging” — mckstr1
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Vannessa Rhoades, HSR Certified Professional Home Stager and Redesigner Three Bears Home Staging and Redesign
Three Bears Home Staging & Redesign
bathroom staging ideas
bathroom staging tips
Houston home staging
Houston house staging
Katy home staging
“Clean” — Nancy Greenwood
Neiman Taber Architects
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Crown Hill Remodel
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Liked the color walls for guest bedroom and maybe bathroom
love the windows in this bathroom!
Cotton balls and Que. tips in jars
Cotton balls and tips
Bathroom organization
Cotton ball and q-tip holders
Cotton balls & q-tips
bathroom love the jars
For girls' bathroom...Lots of q tips !...Q tips for AOD...Bathroom light...Q-tip holder
“Love storage or regularly used items” — rachieray
Michelle Hinckley
Bathroom.
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Tall storage piece in bathroom for towels, etc..
Little girls need something like this in their bathroom
into a helpful reminder in the bathroom...
Here's another way to bring in the color combination with small accessories. Have you taken part in the greige craze? If so, please let us know what other colors you mix with it in the comments section. More: Going Greige: Tips for Choosing This All-Around
on how big your bathroom is and how much stuff you haveMaterials needed:• Wastebasket• Recycling box• Donation box• Container for old medications• A few baskets or boxes for organizing the items you'll be keeping• Cleaning wipes• Drawer organizers (optional)• Contact paper (optional)Tip: Take a before
“Storage” — joyfulgirlcasa
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
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Master Bath Retreat
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I am updating bathroom in stages. Adding water closet and enlarging shower to approximately 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep. Using subway tile and honed Carrara marble basketweave
replicating your bathroom for my new master bath and was just wondering your opinion on mixing metals? I see you have chrome faucets with oil bronzed hardware. I love your look but keep hearing I should match everything. Should I not worry about things matching? What about bathroom accessories like towel
Kayron, I totally adore your bathroom style as also the powder room, its me 100% now the issue here is, I live in the UK and am presently venturing on updating a 16c thatched cottage, how on earth do I get your help advice and styling?! ; ) Lesley
“Beautiful” — Melissa Burchell
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Phinney residence master bath
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did you use clear glass on top and obscure glass on the bottom? Does obscure glass let in the light? Thank you. I am thinking of using it for a bathroom window that faces a neighbor's house which we currently have a venetan blind on but it is mostly closed and gets dusty.
Who makes these light fixtures? Pretty bathroom, thank you.
Kohler Memoirs® Stately 30" pedestal bathroom sink with 8" widespread faucet holes K-2268-8
and light. Style tip: Vinyl comes off easily and leaves no residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over time.
frosted vinyl applied to bathroom window
Frosted vinyl.— it's a simple, affordable solution. Apply frosted vinyl to any window in a room that needs both privacy and light. Style tip: Vinyl
“Grey subway, dark frout” — theresegrijalva
Yana Imaginative Audio Video Solutions
Ongoing Work
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Stage and pillars, carpet
Home theatre with stage.
stage area...Theater stage
“Good color contrast.” — Ann Moore
Niki Papadopoulos
LaVista Park Renovation & Interiors
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this rule. Tip: Most glass looks slightly green. If you want a whiter glass, choose a low-iron version, like starphire glass.
True to the golden ratio, dividing shelves into thirds tends to look best. When it comes to niches, I'm a firm believer in following this rule. Tip: Most glass looks slightly green
comes to niches, I'm a firm believer in following this rule. Tip: Most glass looks slightly green. If you want a whiter glass, choose a low-iron version, like starphire glass.
following this rule.Tip: Most glass looks slightly green. If you want a whiter glass, choose a low-iron version, like starphire glass.
Get artful. This storage niche provided an opportunity to inject some color into a white setting.Houzzers: Show us how you carved out storage in your bathroom. Please post
“niche glass shelf” — pkessle
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