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Melissa Davis
Classic Contemporary Washroom
Ideabooks85,427
Questions42
Will the window rot from the shower water, I have a similar window and thought it would have to be removed?
— move from top to bottom. If you notice water spots on your glass (even with regular upkeep), your system may have very hard water that's leaving behind deposits of minerals. Consider installing a water softener, or you'll continue to battle your hard water.
using a squeegee – moving from top to bottom. If you notice water spots on your glass, your system may have very hard water that’s leaving behind deposits of minerals. Consider installing a water softener or you’ll continue to battle your hard water.
effective exhaust fan help, as will regular cleaning with white vinegar. An alternative is to add oil of cloves (1/4 teaspoon) to a full spray bottle of water, spray on the surfaces and leave overnight before rinsing off. Reseal baths and showers every year or so to keep moisture out of walls and floors.
“tile, color combination” — vanhoosedesign
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks5,978
Questions9
Hoping to remodel and our stove, sink and fridge are in this similar layout. Need to move a water closet out of the way to create this space. Love the island and would like to know if it would fit in our kitchen.
It is easy to clean and real stone. I also love the way soap stone feels.
hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water. On the flip side, soapstone develops a darker patina over time and can scratch or chip. While some people feel this gives their countertops character
hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water. On the flip side, soapstone develops a darker patina over time and can scratch or chip. While some people feel this gives their countertops character
“pult” — barbarasosic
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,835
Questions2
growth, require very little water. They tend to thrive in areas of full sunlight.
ornamental grasses very little water full sunlight
Ornamental grasses, thrive in full sunlight and require very little water
ance option for outdoor planters. They need to be cut back only once a year in the spring and, after the first year of growth, require very little water. They tend to thrive in areas of full sunlight.
“Ornamental grasses, thrive in full sunlight and require very little water” — tobhiyah
Dan Joseph Architects
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private Residence
Ideabooks18,966
Questions9
Stone. Wild rough wood. Water. What's not to love??
easy be able to do this one
corner dovetail features, but would not extend as far. like the chinking and siding. do not like the tin roof. liked the beams. a little too rustic
Fantastic home setting on murky water.
Location: water, forest, private, small cabin.
"Like water which can clearly mirror the sky and the trees only so long as its surface is undisturbed, the mind can only reflect the true image of the Self when it is tranquil and wholly relaxed." — Indra DeviA home built at the edge of the wood will stand taller and not be intimidated by the trees when
when it's doubled in the nearby water.
“Love” — cheryl10521052
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Sleeping Loft - Kid's Bathroom
Ideabooks3,923
Questions4
6. Latex and oil paints. First, which to choose? Latex paints have the distinct advantage of being water soluble, which means cleanup is as easy as dunking your tools in a bucket of water. Oil-based paint requires taking more safety precautions: The fumes mean it is best to work outdoors; harsh
Furniture - Latex and oil paints. First, which to choose? Latex paints have the distinct advantage of being water soluble, which means cleanup is as easy as dunking your tools in a bucket of water. Oil-based paint requires taking more safety precautions: The fumes mean it is best to work outdoors; harsh
6. Latex and oil paints. First, which to choose? Latex paints have the distinct advantage of being water soluble, which means cleanup is as easy as dunking your tools in a bucket of water. Oil-based paint requires taking more safety precautions: The fumes mean it is best to work outdoors; harsh
“sink” — consuelodasilva
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks992
Questions4
recommend any water on wood floors at all, a little damp mop of 1 part vinegar two parts warm water mopped on can benefit and clean the wood. Just make sure not to overly soak the wood with water, rinse with warm water, and immediately dry the floors with a clean towel. Allowing the water to soak into
Features Thos. Moser Crescent End Tables
“Duvet” — Stephen Cahill
Coffman Studio
The Colony House
Ideabooks6,270
Questions7
That feature wall will be replaced with a Peacock. NICE...
Simple raised desk w/ art feature path to separate sitting covered sitting area for meals.
long way from the faux turf at the miniature golf course. Read more about the case for fake lawns.More: Easy Green: Big and Small Ways to Be More Water-Wise at HomeTell us: How are you conserving water at home?
excavation of the area is necessary. You don't want your installed turf to sit higher than the surrounding area. Once you've spread the aggregate, use a water sod roller to flatten and level this base.
“Dog for son” — crossings277
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Uptown Penthouse
Ideabooks652
Questions0
above, creating a daylit lantern within the center of the space. The concept for the stair began with the metaphor of water as a connection to the chain of city lakes. An image of water was abstracted into a series of pixels that were translated into a series of varying perforations, creating a dynamic
based on a pixilated image of water was custom cut into MDF panels. On the other side the panels float beside the translucent wall, made of marble dust plaster, creating a dreamy decorative membrane between the master bedroom and the entry.
In this example a pattern based on a pixilated image of water was custom cut into MDF panels
image of water was custom cut into MDF panels. On the other side the panels float beside the translucent wall, made of marble dust plaster, creating a dreamy decorative membrane between the master bedroom and the entry.
“might like a back lit transluescent wall, with graphic on back wall, or part of back wall” — speranzini
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