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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks5,167
Questions4
the concrete slabs then divided by gravel
“plants” — hmjilly
David Heide Design Studio
32 Reviews
Hunting Lodge
Ideabooks1,844
Questions5
Stone wall behind wood stove Raised hearth with stone slab bench - addition/basement
slate tile on floor, slab hearth
“fireplace next to stairs” — sharrington1
Bagnato Architects
Borell Street Melbourne Victoria Australia
Ideabooks1,831
Questions4
Modern kitchen. marble slab kitchen island.
Stone Slab
“Chairs” — tinathelama69
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
Zenteriors
Ideabooks829
Questions2
Stone slabs instead of expensive granite like counter top
9. Countertops. If you long for a classic granite or marble slab but your bank account can't handle it, consider stone tiles instead. They cost less and are easier to install. Or look into some of the new laminates on the market, which replicate the look of stone at a fraction of the price.More:7 Tile
“stone top” — MelNeedHelp
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Beet Residence
Ideabooks2,692
Questions4
wood slab...wood slab table top
“tables with chairs” — mtmle
L.Bonadies General Contracting
3 Reviews
Bring the outdoors in
Ideabooks2,535
Questions4
Hi, The outside floor is a concrete patio, with an acid stained finish. A new 4" slab was poured and roughly finished for a rustic look. After approximately 30 days, the acid stain colors can be added to the surface of the patio, then
"The outside floor is a concrete patio, with an acid stained finish. A new 4" slab was poured and roughly finished for a rustic look. After approximately 30 days, the acid stain colors can be added to the surface of the patio, then
“Barn doors” — jj1282
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
House on Casco Bay
Ideabooks801
Questions1
slabs up to front door
rock slabs
“Exterior” — victoriacampbell07
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks2,212
Questions7
This is a custom door I designed and had made locally. It wasn't too difficult or expensive to do. We started with a standard slab paint grade door, had the circles cut and glass inserted and the custom metal plate made by a metal person. -Kristy
pebble & slab walkway
“Siding” — emmettpj
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