96,052 bullnose corners Home Design Photos

Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Ideabooks2,966
Questions7
quality appearance. Also, is it difficult to replace the sharp corner beads with bullnose? Whew! Thanks!
I'm told there's the standard 3/4 inch bullnose but now a 3/8 inch baby bullnose. Do you know what size this
How to get rid of 'texture', replace standard with bullnose?
How do you paint two different colors in a rounded corner home
usually give depth on perpendicular surfaces. At any rate, with bullnose drywall corners it is usually very easy to cut a strait line with a foam roller
for you to remove the sharp corners. It you have a modern architectural style home with clean lines, then the sharp corners will probably be in keeping
bigger market wanting that particular look on the walls. Regarding the sharp corners, they are not difficult to replace except that it can be time consuming
“white walls” — sophierosseneu
Revealing Assets - Home Staging Services
Home Staging by Revealing Assets in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
Ideabooks4,129
Questions1
Number of different sizes in same colour including bullnose to soften.
layout can be mixed up, but the color scheme stays constant. Tiles with bullnose corners can help soften the hard edges of most tiles.
“Steps to bathtub” — tweety123321
Amoroso Design
Cow Hollow Residence
Ideabooks7,695
Questions10
Surface bullnose is good transition. 3x6 tiles and 2x6 surface bullnose with a bullnose corner (double angle or double bullnose). Will need some
finished with 2" x 6" matching surface bullnose and a bullnose corner, also called down angle or double bullnose. The trim forms an inconspicuous border
finished with 2" x 6" matching surface bullnose and a bullnose corner, also called down angle or double bullnose. The trim forms an inconspicuous border
Surface bullnose. This refers to a tile trim piece which has a convex radius on one side. It is used to finish the top or side of a tile area. This back
complement the putty-and-white color scheme of this sleek open-shelved kitchen corner.
“Shelves - stainless.” — nancyainsworth2003
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
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USI Design & Remodeling
33 Reviews
Master bedroom remodel ceiling details
Ideabooks300
Questions1
USI also did some work on the Strongs’ bedroom, adding bullnose corners, repainting, recarpeting and adding a pecky cypress accent ceiling. The firm also
“bed” — lwinsley
Tongue & Groove
12 Reviews
name it up
Ideabooks5,508
Questions8
rectangular tiles from regular 18"x18" builder grade travertine and bullnosed the corners on site. You could find an installer to probably do the same. Good
rectangular tiles from regular 18"x18" builder grade travertine and bullnosed the corners on site. You could find an installer to probably do the same. Good
rectangular tiles from regular 18"x18" builder grade travertine and bullnosed the corners on site. You could find an installer to probably do the same.
“bullnosed cut travertine for fireplace” — jcv92121
Hiline Builders Inc.
15 Reviews
Fair Oaks Cottage
Ideabooks9
Questions1
3 piece mitered corner on their bullnosed base. However most base profiles offer bullnosed corner pieces to get a true radiused corner
between 3/8 inch and 3/4 inch bullnose. I assume the 3/8 would be closer.
Lynn, The sheetrock is 1/2" radiused bullnose.
What size bullnose is this?...bullnose baseboard
“bullnose baseboard” — demerhm
Formica Group
2 Reviews
3466 Antique Mascarello 180fx® by Formica Group with Ogee IdealEdge™
Ideabooks4,904
Questions15
am having trouble finding a company who will do anything other than the bullnose or flat edges
No laminate backsplash....bullnose corners
“counter top color Formica antique Mascarello.” — Deb
Witt Construction
3 Reviews
woodlawn residence
Ideabooks3,869
Questions4
Larger tile set at angle. Bullnose.
Bullnosed corner
“Decor” — chellebelle04
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