31,281 care and maintenance Home Design Photos

Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
5 Reviews
Master Bedroom
How to care for bird of paradise:Light: Bright light with some gentle indirect sun; too much sun can burn the leaves of plants that are designated houseplants.Temperature: Bird of paradise is generally not a cold-tolerant plant, and above 60 degrees Fahrenheit is preferable in the winter.Water: Keep the
General care: Dust the leaves regularly. High humidity is preferred, though not mandatory. Mist the plant with water or place it on a bed of rocks sitting in water. The water in the tray will evaporate, providing humidity for the plant. Additionally, bird of paradise likes to be pot bound; it will bloom
“masterbedroom” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
DANIEL HUNTER AIA Hunter architecture ltd.
4 Reviews
Belvedere CA Historic Villa Renovation/Addition DANIEL HUNTER AIA
for easy care. back doors dark ?front door color?
“Like the overhang.” — shopgirl51
Atlanta Design Works
2 Reviews
Warren Guest Bathroom
specialist for care instructions.
title care
“Two items for covering” — kevin_ac
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
bay house
special care to find the studs and screw into them. I would use 3/8" x 3" lag screws. Lots of them.
special care to find the studs and screw into them. I would use 3/8" x 3" lag screws. Lots of them.
“It's almost perfect.” — franz0657
Xstyles Bath + More
4 Reviews
Feng Ciao
Extra care needs to be taken with caulking and waterproofing.
that I care for, but for a small shower, the use of space is nice. The bench is nice, and the alcove for stuff. also, it's a steam shower, which I covet so hard.
“tile” — pcmonroe
Smith Designs
Gold CHBA CARE awards (best innovative feature and best kitchen) and three Silver CHBA CARE awards. It was also nominated for two CHBA Georgie Awards in 2009.
“Tile” — donnaloubarnes
Peter Vincent Architects
Modern Makeover
especially careful, use water that has been sitting for at least 24 hours, which allows for chlorine evaporation. Soil: General-purpose soil that is rich in organic matter and has good drainage. Feeding: Fertilize monthly or as often as every two weeks with a water-soluble fertilizer during the spring and
“Estilo” — malejagutierrez
Continuum Tile Co.
3 Reviews
Slate Entryway in Oceanview District, San Francisco
don't care for the green accent
don't care for it quite as much as the deep red front door
“Steps” — jajonesy55
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