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Katy Repka Design
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Denville, NJ Main Bath Renovation
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Questions7
By rearranging the space entirely and using great finish materials we get a great bathroom.
What brand is the shower fixture? I've been looking for that exact finish and set-up. Also, curious where to find the shower curtain rod? Thanks
The shower fixture and rod were purchased by the owner; I am trying to get that info for you. I do know that the finish is oil rubbed bronze.
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LeAnn
Ideabooks22,292
Questions20
Hello, what finish did you use for Woodlawn Charm?
Mixing finishes is not really new, nor is it the sole province of the higher end of the market. The lived-in and welcoming appearance of this kitchen asks the viewer
Appliance Finish...Cabinet Finish
“Cabinets/color” — chanstad
Epiphany Design Studio
1 Review
Haynes Kitchen
Ideabooks21,880
Questions20
do you have any specifics on the island countertop? is it reclaimed? what species and finish? thanks!
What wood and finish is on the island top?
what kind of wood is on this island & how do you finish it?
Appliance Finish
“Island counter top, seating area” — compdragon
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Ideabooks17,438
Questions22
what type of finish did you use for the shower faucet
Can you use any type of finish for the cerrara or calcutta white marble ? and what type finish for beige tone marbles? Thanks
finished edge of shower
“Love the use of the large tile on the walls and the small tile on the ceiling.” — Rebecca Reynolds Design -New Canaan Kitchens
Divine Kitchens LLC
26 Reviews
Divine Kitchens LLC
Ideabooks10,750
Questions7
What is the wood species and finish used here? Beautiful work!
Leicht finish. See more are www.leichtboston.com
That looks like a white rift cut oak with what I'd call a 'limed' finish...but it's
Cabinet Finish
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Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Springhill Residence
Ideabooks9,525
Questions3
for drywall, but corrugated metal doesn’t require the finishing and painting that drywall does. In most cases corrugated metal panels save time and money. Expect to pay $1.25 per square foot for basic new panels, and around $2 for higher-end finishes and prints.Panels installed horizontally have a more
“Cute” — shabbychandelier
Jennifer Bevan Interiors
Portfolio
Ideabooks32,900
Questions19
We just finished another Black Walnut floor :-) joel@oakandbroad.com
It looks like a hand scraped and distressed pre finished Black Walnut floor. We make similar floors all the time. Here is a shot of a similar 8" floor
rs.com/default.aspx Check out california classics. It is most likely a classic walnut distressed engineered floor. This company has incredible finishes based on the website. I am sourcing for a client and will be checking them out.
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Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Front Door
Ideabooks12,616
Questions12
You would hire a finish carpenter to make up the jamb and stops for the side lite.
touch of umber to warm it up. The concrete is a Davis color, I think it was Sierra. Good Luck! I did a project in Portland a while ago and just finished a project in Idaho....so travel isn't such a barrier.
Low entry ceiling with wood finish matching inside & full height door & side light.
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