21,275 contact Home Design Photos

Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Jennifer and Chris
Ideabooks672
Questions1
buy the contact paper? Thanks!
Contact Paper on boys bedroom door
white contact paper- what a smart way to add privacy to a door window
white contact paper and the same design as their kitchen tile, Jennifer created a pattern on their front door to give them both privacy and natural light.
white contact paper on the door
contact paper on window to add frosting
plain white contact paper & DIY cut-out pattern
love the contact paper to let light in but keep some privacy
white contact paper and the same design as their kitchen tile, Jennifer created a pattern on their front door to give them both privacy and natural light. Paint: Black Ink, Benjamin Moore
“I like the window” — goeomommy
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
16 Reviews
Pantry
Ideabooks10,472
Questions4
chalkboard contact paper. It is really easy to work with. I found it online. http://www.organizewithsandy.com/2011/04/06/chalkboard-labels-make-your-own/
Not Tupperware. It's chalk board contact paper
If you decide to go for the jars, you can make labels for them out of chalkboard contact paper.
Have got to get chalkboard contact paper!
Chalkboards aren't just for walls. Contact paper or a swipe of paint can give personality to jar labels.Tip: You can find chalkboard contact paper or small quantities of paint suitable for this sort of project at craft stores. You can also find ready-made chalkboard labels in
“chalkboard paint” — brandi2128
Heather Merenda
bedroom-mural
Ideabooks4,365
Questions1
black contact paper good for projects and trying things out.
contact paper stuck to the wall
cut-out contact paper (paint would work too)
Use black contact paper to make wall decals
trace with black contact paper and can be peeled off
Contact paper wall art, traced using a projector
projected onto wall and cut out of contact paper
shelf-liner contact paper so it will peel off whenever they move. "I think it's the perfect cute and cheeky saying for the bedroom," she says.
19. Contact-paper wall art. Using an overhead projector, this couple traced letters from a photo onto shelf-liner paper. They're renters, and the contact paper
black contact paper. The contact paper can be peeled off, so this is a perfect project for renters ... or if you want to test out an idea before committing to it with paint.
“Abby!” — sdkohouts
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Beach Vintage
beach vintage
Ideabooks679
Questions2
change the contact paper every x years.
great idea for MY desk...like the contact paper idea
Love the colors and the style of the desk. Love the idea of using contact paper for the desktop.
I like the contact paper. This could also work for any office desk. Maybe I could make it work to cover
Cover the desk with contact paper, or a map. The cover could be changed as the kids grow up.
I'm looking for a way to smooth out the surface of N's desk and like this idea of using contact paper, a map or oilcloth.
Wallpaper or contact paper on desk
with fun contact paper, or a map. The cover could be changed as the desk's owner grows up, too.
“LOVE!!” — xtinie77
Carolina V. Gentry, RID
1 Review
Pulp Design Studios
Ideabooks85,211
Questions49
we will contact you to see how we can design a space that is uniquely yours. http://pulpdesignstudios.com/client-questionnaire/ Thank you!
percent contact from the tile to the backer board. You need that contact from the wall to the tile! You don't want to trust the glue on a sheet of tile.Here is a wonderful example of mosaic tile installed by Carolina Gentry. I would bet that the tile is a paper- or film-faced mosaic, since the installation
percent contact from the tile to the setting material on the back side of the tile.
“tub in shower” — Heather Douglas
goodman charlton
midtown highrise
Ideabooks15,888
Questions17
for you. Contact us if you'd like. It is from Luna Bella
Madison McCord Interiors has these floor lamps in stock. You can either call us at 801 484 2222 or e-mail contact@madisonmccord.com or www.madisonmccord.com
e-mail contact@madisonmccord.com and one can be shipping to you in US or Canada. Thanks!
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you can contact me via email adminpro@indoor-teak.com or skype: upikdesy28 for further information. Thank You Best Regards, Upik Desy Prasetya adminpro@indoor-teak.com www.wisanka.com
You can contact us at: Eklektik Interiors 281-479-2755 Has it been determined where I could purchase the end table lamps?!?!?!?!? This floor lamp is from Luna Bella. You can contact our company and we would be happy to order it for you. Thanks. It is awesome!!! Goodman Charlton is correct on the table
“Super cool lamp” — Danna Smith
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Phinney residence master bath
Ideabooks6,238
Questions14
might try contacting a shower door company to see if they can use vinyl.
residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over time.
residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over time.
“❤️” — Tom Christopher
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
Ideabooks3,360
Questions3
direct contact with the dirt. Though most buildings have mortar holding the bricks, blocks and stones together, mortar is not necessary for many outdoor applications. The garden is a great place for dry-stacked stone walls and paver patios where the gaps are filled with sand.
direct contact with the dirt. Though most buildings have mortar holding the bricks, blocks and stones together, mortar is not necessary for many outdoor applications. The garden is a great place for dry-stacked stone walls and paver patios where the gaps are filled with sand.
“Floor around the pool” — rosasirera
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