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Kallista Plumbing
3 Reviews
Jeton Collection Bath
Ideabooks2,873
Questions5
This bathroom was decorated by Bill Sofield, using the Jeton Collection from Kallista.
Jeton by Bill Sofield Basin Set, Lever
Jeton by Bill Sofield Vanity Hardware
Jeton by Bill Sofield Vanity Marble Top and Sides
Hi, the Jeton by Bill Sofield Vanity with marble top and sides in Nero Marquina is from KALLISTA, but the tub surround, also Nero Marquina, was a custom build. You can learn more about the Jeton Vanity and its components here | http://bit
The sconces are from the Bill Sofield Jeton collection for Kallista. The finish shown in the picture is a specialty finish for Sofield's collection called Black Nickel. To see
Bill Sofield's Jeton collection for Kallista available soon at The Kohler Store, Bellevue WA.
“Great tile for master bath” — tttarheel1023
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Kitchen Storage
Ideabooks116K
Questions25
There are a number of places on Pinterest where this image has already been pinned (search on Bill Fry) - and unfortunately, it has been widely credited to a generic link on houzz (which is quite unhelpful to the user to figure out where it came from)
Bill Fry Construction- Wm H Fry Contruction Co
paired with cabinet door racks, is a favorite for 70,000 users. "Many of our clients don't have room for a walk-in pantry," says Rhoda Fry, CFO at Bill Fry Construction. "Having storage on the doors and inside keeps everything organized and within easy reach." " Me: This could be designed as a shallower
paired with cabinet door racks, is a favorite for 70,000 users. "Many of our clients don't have room for a walk-in pantry," says Rhoda Fry, CFO at Bill Fry Construction. "Having storage on the doors and inside keeps everything organized and within easy reach."
“Pantry” — winniehank
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Hudson Loft, NYC
Ideabooks15,724
Questions11
The artist is Bill Sullivan. http://www.billsullivanworks.com/billsullivan/BIO.html Bill is also on Houzz. This is actually a painting, not a photo and is about 6'-0" wide. The piece was commissioned by our client. Bill does similar pieces and will paint a specific person and in this case also a pet
See Bill, Thats your problem and all I can say is I really feel for you because while we disagree I still see you and can appreciate your opinion, and then move on, you unfortunately cannot, so good luck to you and hopefully soon you can see more than spam, or perhaps you are just telling
really fun project to work with Steve Schappacher on and was great to have my work be part of such an amazing space - for more info or quotes contact Bill Sullivan located in NYC billsullivan2@mac.com other views of it below , and a link to a few more - portraits in oil on linen http://billsworks.smugmug
“Wall color” — sam23son
April and May
work space
Ideabooks8,649
Questions4
all over.• Gather your bills and home vendors (such as water delivery) and list everything you want to switch to paperless statements.• Keep track of user names and passwords in one place for easy access.• Don't forget to jot down bill due dates in your calendar or set up your bills for automatic payment
Set up paperless billing. Some things to consider before making the plunge:• You can set up paperless billing through your bank or individual vendors. Decide which feels more comfortable for you. Just know that if you go the bank route and decide to switch banks at a later date, you'll have to start
payment.• I love setting Google reminders to prompt me with a text or email when a bill is nearing its due date. (It also backs up my billing schedule to my calendar.)
“Work table” — heidiburns
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Big Round Pizza Box Office
Ideabooks4,784
Questions2
Magazines, catalogs and other things you'd like to peruse get stashed in a magazine file; bills to pay go in your bill basket (see No. 7 above); personal correspondence goes in a toast rack or on a pretty tray; notices for upcoming events and items to file
rather than putting it all in one big tray or pile. Magazines, catalogs and other things you'd like to peruse get stashed in a magazine file; bills to pay go in your bill basket (see No. 7 above); personal correspondence goes in a toast rack or on a pretty tray; notices for upcoming events and items to file
rather than putting it all in one big tray or pileMagazines, catalogues and other things you’d like to peruse get stashed in a magazine file; bills to pay go in your bill basket (see No. 7 above); personal correspondence goes in a toast rack or on a pretty tray; notices for upcoming events and items to file
“Hutch staging” — vvg1
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
Tree fort big enough for sleeping by Bay Area contractor
Ideabooks12,023
Questions2
"Every little boy needs a tree fort, especially a builder’s son," says Bill Fry of Bill Fry Construction. Fry used redwood, because it will fade to the color of the adjacent trees. "All the doors and shutters close to keep our outdoor
Bill Fry from http://www.bi
Bill Fry Construction - Wm.
Bill fry
“Tree house” — langmuir
Starline Cabinets
8 Reviews
Chilliwack Central
Ideabooks221K
Questions27
Love the fact that it is a designated place to organize your mail/bills, etc. And then hide it away til your ready to deal with it! No more hiding your piles of stuff when company comes!
storage for keys/bills and notes, not left exposed,
Nice idea for keys bills coins and message board
clever ideas for keys, paperwork/bills, phone charger etc
“a place for everything” — Erin Molstad
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Lake Front Home, Burlington, Vermont
Ideabooks912
Questions2
http://www.pella.com/windows/product-lines/architect-series.aspx. No tax credits currently in Vermont for energy efficiency, but great savings on fuel bills!
chilly winters but plenty of sunlight? Harness that energy by installing solar panels on your roof, and you may be able to cut way down on your heating bill. An active solar heating system (which usually includes panels as well as a storage tank of heated liquid) can collect and store energy from the sun
installing solar panels on the roof will cut heating bills!
chilly winters but plenty of sunlight? Harness that energy by installing solar panels on your roof, and you may be able to cut way down on your heating bill. An active solar heating system (which usually includes panels as well as a storage tank of heated liquid) can collect and store energy from the sun
“Different view” — tlpilkinton
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