1,559 consumer Home Design Photos

Laurie Brown
Kingsway Reno
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The nails are 3 inches apart horizontally and 13 inches apart vertically. I started about 6 inches down from the ceiling. It is very easy, time consuming but easy to do!! I "wallpapered" the wall with Contact shelf liner that has a leatherish texture to it. Have fun!!
The nails are 3 inches apart horizontally and 13 inches apart vertically. I started about 6 inches down from the ceiling. It is very easy, time consuming but easy to do!! I "wallpapered" the wall with Contact shelf liner that has a leatherish texture to it. Have fun!! February 12, 2013 at 2:05pm Like
The nails are 3 inches apart horizontally and 13 inches apart vertically. I started about 6 inches down from the ceiling. It is very easy, time consuming but easy to do!! I "wallpapered" the wall with Contact shelf liner that has a leatherish texture to it. Have fun!!
“Porta bijus” — rebellescaion
Cameo Kitchens, Inc.
12 Reviews
Nawaz Kitchen 1
Ideabooks189
Questions2
materials are delivered to your home. This makes it easy for the dealer, but much more difficult for the consumer. Dealing with 2 (or more) separate companies can be a real hassle. In effect, the consumer becomes the job coordinator. This can take a lot of time and effort, and requires a certain amount
caught in a dispute between the dealership and a contractor. The classic case, as cited in many articles about remodeling is as follows: A consumer finds a door has warped six months after the kitchen is completed. He calls the dealer, who says the cabinets are not installed properly and this
“backsplash” — emkorves
Aloha Pools Pty Ltd
3 Reviews
Mount Eliza Lifestyle Package
Ideabooks126
Questions0
The most difficult and time-consuming parts of designing a new home are often deciding on all the materials, fixtures and “fun stuff.” Once construction begins, changing the finish materials
framed the deck yet, because the floor joist needed to be 3 inches lower to accommodate the stone. It would've been a lot more expensive and time consuming to make the change if the floor joists already had been in place.
The most difficult and time-consuming parts of designing a new home are often deciding on all the materials, fixtures and “fun stuff.” Once construction begins, changing the finish materials often leads to change orders and construction delays — not to mention a spike in costs. Current clients of mine
“Hch” — fereshteh1234
Scarlett @ Designafireplace Ltd
Morso 6140 installation with slate tiled hearth
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to be greatly reduced, because the smoke can still completely burn at this lower temperature. This means these stoves achieve longer burn times and consume less fuel with lower emissions. One drawback to a catalytic stove is that the catalytic element must be replaced at a regular interval, which ranges
firebox. Many of the modern European stoves are noncatalytic. These stoves are simple to operate, look great and require little maintenance. They do consume more fuel than their catalytic counterparts and have slightly higher particulate emissions.
to be greatly reduced, because the smoke can still completely burn at this lower temperature. This means these stoves achieve longer burn times and consume less fuel with lower emissions. One drawback to a catalytic stove is that the catalytic element must be replaced at a regular interval, which ranges
“Home wood fire design” — pmalau
Alicia Paley Home Interiors
9 Reviews
T.O Kitchen
Ideabooks126
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This kitchen features responsibly forested wood cabinetry, USA made appliances, eco-friendly porcelain tile flooring and low VOC paint.
“Shelf on cooktop backsplash” — hunkydorhie
Maniscalco
Victoria Metals, Falls Creek Blend
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Go green with Victoria Metals, Falls Creek Blend. The aluminum in Victoria Metals is 98% post-consumer recycled aluminum. This product is also offered in a mini-versi pattern and an interlock mosaic. Photo from Maniscalco.
98% post-consumer recycled aluminum
“Accent tile” — Classic Designs
Architect Mason Kirby Inc.
5 Reviews
Kitchen
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provide upper storage. Stainless steel appliances and white subway tile make the open kitchen modern. The dark counter top is made of at least 50% post consumer waste. Vintage touches like the chalkboard and knife magnet add charm and character to the space. Photo Credit: Molly DeCoudreaux
Contains over 50% post consumer recycled content.
“Shelves with sliding glass front” — Michael Coates
Maniscalco
Victoria Metals, Falls Creek Blend
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Kitchen nook with Victoria Metals, Falls Creek Blend aluminum backsplash. Victoria Metals use 98% post-consumer recycled aluminum. This backsplash is a mini-versi pattern, but it is also available in an interlock and 1x1 pattern. Photo from Mosaic Tile Company, Chantilly, VA
98% post-consumer recycled aluminum
“accent tile” — Crystal Zinser Woodruff
consumer
do this bar come in white. I really need a white one
Why is it so cumbersome & time- consuming to save stuff to ideabook.
It takes about 5 steps to get a pix in the ideabook. I click on it then it comes up then i click to add it then a couple of more clicks and it just takes...
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