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Geoff Chick & Associates
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Holley Residence
Ideabooks43,673
Questions21
How do you get to the back of the machines to plug in the vent and water?
It's neutral and would be easy to do. It looks neat and clean.
Vent, water
“Drawers in laundry room” — kusa0301
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Newtown
Ideabooks30,259
Questions8
using a stiff brush, a bucket full of water, a few tablespoons of dishwashing liquid and a small dollop of bleach. Timber can weather naturally, adding a grey hue over time. Or, if you prefer, you can keep the rich tones by applying a natural finish that has a water-repellent property. Regular coating
Outdoor seatingMinimal maintenance is required for timber, which makes this entertaining area informal and easy to look after. Floating bench seats are attached to concrete flower boxes, with accent lighting underneath. With or without the table and chairs, this
“floating bench” — dcass64
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks22,018
Questions5
is this easy to clean? is that a radio in the bathroom?
living room with water
pressure water treated. wood
“rainwater shower head.” — revgordon1
Kitchen Gallery
13 Reviews
Modern
Ideabooks5,790
Questions3
Lichlyter. Use a hot-pot pad when placing heated objects on engineered stone surfaces. For countertops with a smooth and matte look, use a mild soap and water solution to clean and polish the surface.For tough stains: Multipurpose cleaners and detergents applied to scouring pads should take care of tough stains
Stay away from: "Avoid using harsh chemicals like bleach or ammonia," says Whitsunday Marble & Granite. "To clean engineered stone we recommend water and a mild detergent. Engineered stone is tough, but not indestructible."More: Get Stone and Ceramic Surfaces Super CleanHow to Care for Your Countertops
“dark grout still can be able to see the tile pattern?” — taiseiumi
Esther Hershcovich
Dominique & Anne-Marie
Ideabooks33,925
Questions15
this research now, maybe you'll find brands/models that are easy to get around here (assuming you are also in the Montreal area). Caroma being an australian brand, we made the conscious choice of long-distance import to get long-term water savings. And don't just look at performance: look at discussion
in Ontario. You'll have to do your own research here; this probably changes all the time. Back then, we chose Caroma because good-performance low-water consumption toilets were hard to find and we were steered towards this brand for its reputation and good scores in benchmarks (yes, there are toilet
“door” — thxthxthx
Fannin Interiors
Paradise Valley Resident
Ideabooks63,092
Questions24
I am building a home and want the same sleek look for the bathroom tile into the shower. I do not want a shower curb to keep the water in the shower. How did you guys prepare the floor for no curb?
first you have to put waterproofing, and I perfer whole bathroom. then you work the slope with plastic cement mixed with sand. make sure the water will drain toward to the floor drain. after that you can work on the tile.
I like the open concept of the shower -- saves door and easy to access especially for handicapped or elderly.
“mirror concept” — nickspop
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks18,294
Questions12
Daobrien: In addition to Case's response, that is a removable toe kick on the bottom of the cabinet (actually velcro'd on for easy access/maintenance.)
Waterproofing. I know I keep coming back to flooding, but it will happen, so plan ahead. If you don't have a system in place to deal with the water, choose a flooring material that can handle getting wet, such as the tile shown in this basement. If you don't have a floor drain, get one installed
Waterproofing. I know I keep coming back to flooding, but it will happen, so plan ahead. If you don't have a system in place to deal with the water, choose a flooring material that can handle getting wet, such as the tile shown in this basement. If you don't have a floor drain, get one installed
“Laundary in cabinets” — tjparkes
Driggs Designs
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks63,328
Questions77
already applied a first coat of an oil based poly. I'm not loving the amber color and I really wanted a water based because of the fumes. Would we need to resand the floor at this point to use a water based poly and would you recommend Bona Traffic or something else?.
We usually leave 42" between an island and the perimeter cabinetry to allow for easy passage if there are people working at either countertop.
“Colors” — pat1niehaus
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