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Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
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installed on an inside wall high enough to be heard throughout the home (notice the chime box at the top-left corner in this image). Remove the cover plate off the old chime unit, using tape to label the wires according to their respective connections. Unscrew the wires from their terminals and unscrew
with the provided screws. Connect the wires to the screw terminals on the new unit, matching the labels to their respective terminals. Attach the cover plate. Turn the power back on and test the unit.
stucco, concrete or other entryway materials. If the bell no longer tolls for you, it’s likely the button that needs replacing. Remove the old doorbell cover (usually mounted with two screws), and disconnect the interchangeable wires from the back. Tape the wires down so they don’t slip back into the wall
“Entryway” — kswiggs
HOUSEworks Design/Build General Contractor
3 Reviews
HOUSEworks Design + Build General Contractor
Ideabooks3,692
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5. Install new switch plates and other devices. Many older houses, especially those that have undergone a series of renovations, will have mismatched outlets, dirty and discolored cover plates, and rusted or damaged air vent covers. I find that replacing all of these so that
that there's a uniformity and newness to them makes a home feel newer and, understandably, cleaner. While switching out a cover plate takes nothing more than a small screwdriver, bear in mind that replacing electrical devices isn't necessarily a good DIY project unless you're really comfortable working
“Timers” — kysouth
David Phoenix Interior Design
1 Review
Bel Air
Ideabooks263
Questions0
handshower (w/ & w/o cover plate)
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Molly McGinness Interior Design
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Powder Room
Ideabooks2,302
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Any good wallpaper hanger should be able to cover a plate cover in the wallcovering so it simply goes away in the pattern.
Any good wallpaper hanger should be able to cover a plate cover in the wallcovering so it simply goes away in the pattern.
“wallpaper” — cneilly
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Four Seasons Contemporary - Master Bedroom
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Paint the outlet or vent covers the same color as the walls.
4. Make vent covers, switch plates and outlet covers disappear. Walls painted in a deep rich color can be beautiful, but any vents, outlets and light switches on that wall can really stand out. Help them blend by painting them. Simply unscrew the covers and dust them off with a clean
clean cloth. For switch and outlet covers, spray with a bonding primer like XIM, then paint. For vent covers, lightly rub steel wool (so the paint can adhere) and paint. Tip: Never paint the actual switch or outlet. It could be dangerous and interfere with the function of the electrical mechanism.
In this design, a coverlet is wrapped over a duvet and duvet cover to tame the inevitable puffiness. A throw at the end of the bed adds just enough texture and an additional layer to make the composition interesting and inviting.
“Room color-2” — 伯紹 陳
Martin Hulala
My Houzz: DIY Love Pays Off in a Small Prague Apartment
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Love the SHOWER plate. Where can I purchase?
Larger shower trims (plumbing fixture cover plates) are much easier for tile installers to work with. The larger trim has
cover plates to drill less smaller holes in tile
made mistake hole too big cover
glass "shower" circle to cover the hole and save money
Good idea to cover a larger hole in the tile than was needed courtesy of a construction worker
a construction worker accidentally drilled a bigger hole in the tile than was needed, Kašpar and Faturíková installed this glass "shower" circle to cover the hole and save money
drilled a bigger hole in the tile than was needed, Kašpar and Faturíková installed this glass "shower" circle to cover the hole and save money.
“I like this shower handle” — Sheila Rosart
Realty Queen Toronto
My home renovation
Ideabooks158
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Some fiddling and creativity resulted in this unique light fixture — it’s Oleksak’s combination of West Elm cords, Home Depot cover plates and chrome-tipped Morba bulbs. The dining table combines several separate pieces, too. Oleksak’s mom had the glass left over from an old table, and artisan Steve
“after - open, my color scheme too” — fashionistamami
Cramer Kreski Designs
1 Review
Project 'Thirty Four'
Ideabooks4,650
Questions16
We added the trim behind the plates to avoid gaps between the cover plates and the bead board paneling.
why is there trim at the switch and receptacle? Is this necessary? PROReport Cramer Kreski Designs We added the trim behind the plates to avoid gaps between the cover plates and the bead board paneling. : Light fixtures - Can you provide details? Like Comment March 17, 2014 Cramer Kreski Designs
“Faucet ?” — chouteau60
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