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Perry Signature Homes Inc.
Keswick Showhome
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Questions12
Beautiful room! What stone did you use for the fireplace?
saw a stone type cottage lit up in nitetime lighting .cant find it now
how thick is the mantel? where did you get the stone?
The stone surround is Tierra Sol - Ledger stone 6x24 NS-AN-LS Glacier from Titan Flooring.
The Mantle is oak, 6" thick, stained to match the kitchen cabinets. The stone surround is Tierra Sol - Ledger stone 6x24 NS-AN-LS Glacier from Titan Flooring.
Realstone offers a similar kind of stone called Latte Ledgestone http://www.houzz.com/photos/7435113/Latte-Ledgestone-Realstone-Systems-Natural-Stacked-Stone-Stone-modern-tile-detroit
This is a nice combination for a tall space - some paneling some stone.
fireplace stone with ceramic shiney tile
“Modern and classy” — New Paige
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Breakfast Room
Ideabooks9,213
Questions8
paint color info for each room: http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/2012/01/our-last-house-paint-colors.html
9 inches. Here's the details: http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/2010/07/lessons-in-painting-striped-walls.html
Sure, here you go: http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/2010/07/lessons-in-painting-striped-walls.html
Ceramic Tile
“black chai” — ouggie
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Angelwylde House
Ideabooks13,166
Questions12
com: http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/SomerTile-10.25x11.75-in-Victorian-Hex-1-in-White-Black-Dot-Porcelain-Mosaic-Tile-Pack-of-10/5549307/product.html?refccid=THPIKS5PO6XK2L2H7OTEPIDJQE&searchidx=10 If you have any questions or require a sample, please don't hesitate to let me know. Thanks!
com: http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/SomerTile-10.25x11.75-in-Victorian-Hex-1-in-White-Black-Dot-Porcelain-Mosaic-Tile-Pack-of-10/5549307/product.html?refccid=THPIKS5PO6XK2L2H7OTEPIDJQE&searchidx=10
Ceramic Tile
“sink and tile” — lianatrescot
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks23,095
Questions28
Wrapped canvas art: http://www.dolbychadwickgallery.com/painters_html/meyer_html/meyer_all.html Framed art: http://www.ellenmarkoff.com/
ceramic dog
“Color” — kristinaelaus
Insignia Kitchen and Bath Design Studio
8 Reviews
Not your aunt's country kitchen
Ideabooks9,681
Questions14
-valley-3826-rise-fall-pendant.html Another manufacture Landmark makes something similar at a lower price range- http://www.littmanbros.com/landmark-lighting-farmhouse-65070-1-pendant.html http://www.littmanbros.com/landmark-lighting-farmhouse-65071-1-pendant.html Hope this helps! -Julia Littmanbros
“Island style” — kwilkieson
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks8,988
Questions7
Duravit model Vero makes similar sinks: http://www.duravit.us/website/homepage/products/product_overview/series/vero.us-en.html :) Rhoda
Ceramic tile?
“bad” — anmueller28
Marie Burgos Design
25 Reviews
Spice Warehouse Tribeca Loft Master Bathroom
Ideabooks11,956
Questions20
masterpiece and this bathroom shows it off very well. Our 3x6" Carrara Venato Honed is $7.00 a square foot: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/cama3xsuti.html A really wonderful bathroom. The white makes the space a lot bigger. You can also select a larger Hexagon for less grout lines and possibly the illusion
stock all Hexagon sizes from a 1x1" all the way to 5x5". Carrara Hexagon marble $11.75 a square foot: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/hexagon-mosaic.html
Carrara Hexagon. We sell a similar product for $11.75 sf. Available online in both honed and polished: http://www.thebuilderdepot.com/venatohexhon2.html
Lights, good use of small space, two types of wall ceramic
“Sinks” — kathymfranklin
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
Zenteriors
Ideabooks835
Questions2
Love the stone tile countertop your using.
Stone tile countertop, custom stained stock cabinetry
Laminates or stone are cheaper than marble and granite
Stone slabs instead of expensive granite like counter top
stone tiles instead of granite or marble. cheaper
Stone tiles r cheaper than granite but similar look
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 Tips for Baths on a Budget12 Tricks
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