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Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
16 Reviews
Bathroom Space for a Canadian Crooner
it was dingy looking and the grout was very dirty...I went home depot and bought some tile and stone cleaner and scrub scrub scrub! :-)) after it was dry I applied sealer and it looked brand new.. All the material is very reasonably priced... Also, my neighbor got stanley steamer to clean her tile and
“Vanity. Floor tile” — April Shepard
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Thistle Beauregarde LLC
Victorian Master Suite
It's called Prescott Green, by Benjamin Moore. Flat finish. It looks strange in the can, but it's lovely once it's dried on the wall.
“Vanity?” — smpagliarulo
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Santa Cruz Straw Bale House
any moisture issues within the straw bale walls. There is a good discussion of this on the CASBA website: www.strawbuilding.org. Keeping the walls dry is key, for nearly any type of building system. If one did have to replace a bale it would be some work, but no worse than repairing the walls of any
“tree in interior” — jgarnett
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Briar Creek Farm
Ceiling: #2 or better SYP with no finish. Just the natural wood Window frames and stair railings: Custom built by the owner using select clear kiln dried clear select SYP. Finish in low voc satin polyurethane.
“Room divider” — wilsonkim95
Ironside Architect
City House
I believe it was a Benjamin Moore Semi solid stain on cedar, colour not recorded. The stain was brushed on the shingles (all sides) in a dry interior before installation,multiple coats, and 5 years on it still looks good on this south-facing wall. Eventually it will need refreshing, so not sure I would
“Windows, exterior wall” — brittamay6
Rost, Inc.
1 Review
Patios, Steps, Walls etc.
Taking down wallpaper and there is no primer behind it on dry wall. Need an easy way to take this down and do NOT want to paint over. The paper on drywall side is starting to bubble...what can we do??
“15” — debralonergan
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
Do you think stepable type plants will work for added color? Our climate is dry and water conservation is a priority. Also, what do you think will be a good substitute for the round edging in the absence of barrel tops? You do
“Pathway” — jennybeth33
gindesigns, llc
7 Reviews
Scandanavian Modern
This sauna is absolutely beautiful. Could you please provide the overall dimensions of the dry sauna area? Much appreciated.
“Steam shower walk-thru to sauna” — leslie_lang
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