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Castro Design Studio
5 Reviews
Midtown
Ideabooks42,903
Questions10
Deep covered porch. Cozy in fall and winter with fireplace and great for rainy days. Would love to have a Pizza oven and a suspended heater on this porch.
The porch, the fireplaces and the stone with water feature
Water feature in raised bed
Water feature...water feature
“Nice” — joyeroll
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Sandella Custom Interiors, LLC
8 Reviews
Paradise Valley Modern
Ideabooks121
Questions1
Thank you for the question. It's custom designed and made especially for the vanity. It turns on when the door opens so it's also a water feature. The picture doesn't do this bathroom justice.
The way water falls...Water floe...water source
“Walls” — fashaezzle
Jon R. Sayler, Architect AIA PS
Whiskey Jack Residence
Ideabooks6,776
Questions4
water and blue roof repeats the pattern
Klamath Falls Boardwalk
beautiful home on the water
house on the water...bolders and water
“Piedras” — contychapa
Dwelling on Design, Deborah Derocher
10 Reviews
New build, Pierrefonds
Ideabooks5,720
Questions9
Where can I find sinks like this? Do they have a drain to hold water?
The point to tile behind a sink is to protect the sheet rock from water damage as inevitably water splashes onto walls as one uses a bathroom sink. Any type of tile, glass, granite etc.. can be used to this purpose. Selecting something
Hi Penny, no there is a small aluminum tile flange covering the exposed edge. You can omit this but then you run the risk of water soaking into the grout plus the fact that the tile work would appear unfinished. Hope this helps you.
i do NOT like how this thing floats above the toekick. Feels like it'll fall forward.
“Cabinets” — 5girls5
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Davids Garden
Ideabooks2,562
Questions0
Part of my river-stream series leading to the ocean. This area is connected to Lionfish lagoon, fed by Palm falls.
Pool on the water!!!! Omg!
water color...Color of water
“Beauty & Shades” — tendenya
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks17,296
Questions21
used so that as water accumulates it wont form droplets and fall on you during a steam session, rather run down the arch to the wall. I believe this is what you may have heard. We do suggest this type of curved application in steam showers however as long as there is a slope that the water can run on and
I read somewhere that a curved ceiling is better for water evaporation?
leave a flat area for the fixture trim so the gasket will seal properly. BTW ~ Remember in a steam shower the ceiling should not be level to enable water droplets to form. Slope the ceiling and droplets will flow to the wall and not onto your head. Here is a cutsheet of a rated shower trim by Iris Lighting
“dusun icinde oturma” — gamze12
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Italian Elegance
Ideabooks11,518
Questions8
I love the water fall and the color of the pool. The steps are so pretty
The pool doesn't need to be nearly this big, but I like the idea of the shallow/beach area on the right before you step down into deeper water.
covered patio, shaded sitting area, water ledge and side entrance to pool
water color - how?
“Wow” — albertarenee
Living Gardens Landscape Design
3 Reviews
Beach Contemporary
Ideabooks30,199
Questions3
The planters are watered by hand as they are not thirsty plants, but it would be possible to water with drip irrigation. They are watered once a week or every two weeks depending on the weather. We lined the wood inside so it should
This is stunning. How is the irrigation done? How often are these watered? How long do you think the wood will hold up?
“kitchen garden” — jwdreido
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