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2 Reviews
LG House - Exterior
Ideabooks25,568
Questions15
proposing something similar to the following image for the main entry door - approx. 36" w x 109" h. The exception is that the door would fit into a fiber-glass frame - with flanking sidelites. If you're interested in pursuing this further please contact me at info@thirdstone.ca so we can continue our
fibre-cements panels on the house, they are applied like 'lap siding' (side elevations only). At the front elevation, the panels are separated with alum.
bedroom). “I personally wanted visibility to the house,” he says. “I find it refreshing to be open. It’s a way to interact with neighbors.” The white fiber cement panels are accented with knotted cedar planks. Both materials extend to the landscape with garden walls that appear to become part of the house
“Modern house” — TALgroup
HUISSTYLING
bedroom
Ideabooks4,077
Questions3
Coco Fiber and SeaweedCoco-mat produces mattresses layered with an interesting array of natural materials including coco fiber, natural rubber, seaweed, and Oeko-Tex certified organic cotton and wool. These mattresses are a variation on the "stuffed" type, with no innersprings. The company also makes
“G” — cahew
Knight Architects LLC
16 Reviews
Stunning Contemporary
Ideabooks6,530
Questions12
James hardie timber bark color fiber cement pre finished siding
i LIKEY!! James hardie timber bark color fiber cement pre finished siding
siding color...love it!/James hardie timber bark color fiber cement pre finished siding
“clean lines” — mezsmith
Starr Sanford Design
4 Reviews
Ladies Street
Ideabooks2,024
Questions2
why not give this a go? You can easily arrange a few twin beds end to end with a glass lamp between them. Roll out inexpensive beach mats or natural fiber rugs, and layer on the striped bedding. Once you have a sleeping porch all set up, you may find yourself using it to nap, or even just to sit and read
why not give this a go? You can easily arrange a few twin beds end to end with a glass lamp between them. Roll out inexpensive beach mats or natural fiber rugs, and layer on the striped bedding. Once you have a sleeping porch all set up, you may find yourself using it to nap, or even just to sit and read
“sleeping porch” — dchyrel
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Bay Street
Ideabooks3,818
Questions10
A lower-thread-count sheet made from fibers that are softer by nature, such as Egyptian cotton, will feel silkier than a high-thread-count sheet made from a lower-quality cotton blend.
extra thread count doesn't make enough difference in feel to justify the price. In fact, the highest-count sheets can even be stiff because so many fibers are jammed so closely together.
threads in 1 square inch of fabric — it's easy to assume that higher means softer. But that's not always the case. A lower-thread-count sheet made from fibers that are softer by nature, such as Egyptian cotton, will feel silkier than a high-thread-count sheet made from a lower-quality cotton blend.
“Bedding and curtains” — bebermanbeach
Knight Architects LLC
16 Reviews
Stunning Contemporary
Ideabooks1,377
Questions6
The siding is prefinished James Hardie fiber cement lap siding in Timber Bark color Catherine M KnIght, AIA
"The siding is prefinished James Hardie fiber cement lap siding in Timber Bark color Catherine M KnIght, AIA"
Knight Ar­chi­tects LLC The siding is prefinished James Hardie fiber cement lap siding in Timber Bark color Catherine
“Grys klippies vir lounger area” — Roné Rogers
Heartwood Corp
Huntting Foyer
Ideabooks6,003
Questions8
I was told not to use real natural fiber such as sisal and seagrass on stairs because it's too slippery and because the fibers break when its bent over each stair. Is this natural fiber or an look a like? I really love it!
“Stairs with carpet” — alexafuller
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Lighthouse 65
Ideabooks460
Questions2
Thank you. These are fibre cement boards, no treatment has taken place.
balance layout with high gloss box, shelf and tv. simple and clean. cement fiber board is interesting.
The fiber cement walls! Too much white in the rest of the space, but I LOVE the walls.
“Too "asylum" like, but love it” — Sang Yoo Kim
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