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Zugai Strudwick Architects
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Courtyard & pool House Newtown
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The clients wanted a resort style bathroom. The pebbles are loose & underneath is tiled with underfloor heating to dry out the pebbles. Timber stepping matts are laid in between the pebbles.
gardens of China and Japan and import it directly into your bathroom. This daring bathroom is also a welcoming retreat. Floor heating beneath the stones dries out any water splashes.SMART STRATEGY: Use natural materials wherever possible if you want to stay true to the Asian style.
“Rock floor” — buazucena
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100k Stair Wall
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You should def apply something to seal and protect the wood. Minwax fast dry polyurethane is a great product. It will go on clear, may change the color slightly, very slightly. Different finishes are available also. I used this on a red oak staircase and turned out great!
Hang your bikesIt’s not just shoes and coats you need to find room for in a hall. Hang bikes on dedicated wall mounts to keep them dry and secure while preventing them from cluttering up the corridor, student-house style. Try high up or under the stairs, like these.
“Bike storage and stair safety wall” — kc4444k
Coupard Architects and Builders
Bold Approach
Ideabooks2,511
Questions1
Not all moats contain water; some early versions were just ditches dug around fortified buildings. Dry moats were used by the early-American colonists in New England to protect their forts. In some respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose. This raised bridge provides a spectacular
Not all moats contain water; some early versions were just ditches dug around fortified buildings. Dry moats were used by the early-American colonists in New England to protect their forts. In some respects the ha-ha, or sunken ditch, served the same purpose
“wire rail” — ONE DESIGN HAUS
Montgomery Roth Architecture & Interior Design
30 Reviews
Apogee Condo
Ideabooks12,869
Questions9
you will see that this great shower is most likely a steam shower, due to the full glass surround. The transom above the door can be used to help dry the shower when the door is closed. Placing the fan close to the transom also helps draw air out of the shower when the door is closed. Tip: If you
closely you will see that this great shower is most likely a steam shower, due to the full glass surround. The transom above the door can be used to help dry the shower when the door is closed. Placing the fan close to the transom also helps draw air out of the shower when the door is closed.Tip: If you have
“Lights” — jaredwelsh
JD Stairs Inc
4 Reviews
FreeStanding Stairways
Ideabooks3,192
Questions2
shaded by the extension of the second floor beyond the footprint of the first floor, a dramatic move that creates a usable outdoor space in a hot and dry place.
shaded by the extension of the second floor beyond the footprint of the first floor, a dramatic move that creates a usable outdoor space in a hot and dry place.
“landscape” — maysiemendiola
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks8,975
Questions2
and nondiseased foliage can go straight to the compost pile. I wait until the warmer days of spring to wash my pots before replanting them. Find a dry, sheltered place to store your pots to protect them from months of freeze-thaw cycles. My storage area is the back corner of a covered patio; a shed
can go straight to the compost pile. I wait until the warmer days of spring to wash my pots before replanting them."During the winter months, "find a dry, sheltered place to store your pots to protect them from months of freeze-thaw cycles. My storage area is the back corner of a covered patio; a shed
“We like the orange coleus” — everhecht
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,432
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Great use of dry tolerant plants
Foliage good for dry climates. Interesting idea to replace a smaller front lawn with.
“drifts of planting for the front” — Charla Kaul
Millar Howard Workshop
3 Reviews
The Larch House
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dry stone walling and the look of the slate with the charted wood, great combination
’ explains Tomas, recalling the structure of the building. Local larch wood and Cotswolds stone were used to clad the façade, which also features a dry-stone wall – an ancient technique that uses no mortar – that looks as good as it is durable. Tomas was also careful to incorporate the stunning scenery
“Gambar10” — nahar home design
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