8,466 dirt bin Home Design Photos

Chris and Dick's
Classic Kitchens
Ideabooks36,020
Questions21
granite, cabinets, stain. Just say NO to white countertops! :) They show dirt too easily!
“Kitchen” — aceds
Crisp Architects
47 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks11,113
Questions3
17. Tidy up the sports-gear closet. To avoid tracking dirt into the mudroom, clean basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, baseballs and other sports gear
“open cubbies for shoes, bags, helmets, baskets for gear” — 020953judy
splyce design
1 Review
Russet
Ideabooks4,485
Questions2
do you get dirt and toys over the edge of teh concrete between the floor and glass? Looks
“Studio” — raz545
Dillard Pierce Design Associates
4 Reviews
Buckhead Kitchen
Ideabooks40,568
Questions39
expensive and not for the DIY-minded. The tiny crannies in its surface can trap dirt. Scratches and chips can be an issue with softer stone, such as travertine;
“Sherwood valance” — Carol Wheeler
Harry Braswell Inc.
6 Reviews
GREEN with Envy: LEED Certified Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks11,673
Questions12
you alternate the mosaic grout and tile color on floor so it doesn't show dirt?
“penny tile, sink” — Julie Burks
Ingrained Wood Studios: The Lab
LEED Led Summit Splendor
Ideabooks2,069
Questions2
I like the floor tile. will not show every piece of dirt.
“towel bar” — aims1
Ridge Creek Custom Homes
Classic Lake Cottage with a Modern Twist
Ideabooks1,364
Questions2
laundry/mud this might work as pet/people shower for outside dirt also better style room divider door concept
“Instead of pocket door” — winnie1906
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Rustic Summer Home in Heritage Community Trinity
Ideabooks8,281
Questions6
I see lots of dust and dirt falling on countertops from stairs. Risers should be clear plastic.
“exposed wood, stairs” — dnvrmike
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