105,274 bullnose corners Home Design Photos

Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
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Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
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colors in a rounded corner home
I'm told there's the standard 3/4 inch bullnose but now a 3/8 inch
completely over the walls and paint? I feel the latter would have a higher quality appearance. Also, is it difficult to replace the sharp corner beads with bullnose? Whew! Thanks!
inch baby bullnose. Do you know what size this is? Looks great!
How to get rid of 'texture', replace standard with bullnose?
places, these half inch raised spots where the sheets were joined, so the texturing isn't fooling anyone anyway. The corners are sharp. The texture seems to enhance the feeling and appearance of living in DRYWALL. I learned to do American Clay, and did a small area so far, but I don't think that will
“Rounded corners for walls” — vavaron
Revealing Assets - Home Staging Services
Home Staging by Revealing Assets in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
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choosing a tile that has a number of sizes in its product line. The tile layout can be mixed up, but the color scheme stays constant. Tiles with bullnose corners can help soften the hard edges of most tiles.
Number of different sizes in same colour including bullnose to soften.
choosing a tile that has a number of sizes in its product line. The tile layout can be mixed up, but the color scheme stays constant. Tiles with bullnose corners can help soften the hard edges of most tiles.
“designing” — klangev
Amoroso Design
Cow Hollow Residence
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splash was created with classic 3" x 6" ceramic subway tile and the edges are 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 around the back splash and gives it a neat appearance.
Wall tile (trimming out ends and corner)
Amoroso DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Surface bullnose. This refers to a tile trim piece which
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 splash was created with classic 3" x 6" ceramic subway tile and the edges are finished with 2" x 6" matching surface bullnose and a bullnose corner, also
“stainless shelves” — komarats
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
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USI Design & Remodeling
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Master bedroom remodel ceiling details
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USI also did some work on the Strongs’ bedroom, adding bullnose corners, repainting, recarpeting and adding a pecky cypress accent ceiling. The firm also just finished remodeling the Strongs’ kitchen. “We’re just doing room by room now,” Theresa says. “We’re taking our time, because we know we’re going
“bed” — lwinsley
Hiline Builders Inc.
11 Reviews
Fair Oaks Cottage
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Most people take the shortcut by doing a 3 piece mitered corner on their bullnosed base. However most base profiles offer bullnosed corner pieces to get a true radiused corner
Thank you! I have drywall and have to choose 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.
“door jamb” — Tenesque Designs
Basswood Artisan Carpentry
Sculpting Radiused Crown Molding in Plaster
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bullnose drywall corner
Bullnosed Crown Molding
“Bullnose” — hou4me
Birdseye Design
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Alder Hill
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bullnose corners
Small bullnose
“love the no trim” — sgiancola
Old Carolina Brick Co.
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Plantation Clubhouse at the Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head Island
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Bullnose exterior corners
Bullnose Rowlocks on
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