27,258 houndstooth check Home Design Photos

Alder and Tweed
2 Reviews
Montage Deer Valley
Ideabooks147
Questions1
My goal for dining chairs, but want more of a tartan instead of the buffalo check. Love the mix of the chairs with the Chinese
red and black buffalo check fabric on the chairs
buffaloc check...buffalo check
“chandelier and sconces” — juliatheprincess
Northern Virginia Contractor
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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Westlake Residence
Ideabooks538
Questions6
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Two Hills Studio Inc did the lioghting- check their website at twohillsstudio.com
Two Hills Studio, Inc in Austin did the lighting- check their website at twohillsstudio.com
Cork flooring and PROReport Cornerstone Architects Two Hills Studio, Inc in Austin did the lighting- check their website at twohillsstudio.com June 14, 2012 at 12:45pm Like
“Cork” — shannooonie
JMA INTERIOR DECORATION
1 Review
Country French Estate
Ideabooks787
Questions3
like the two difference in toile and checks
would like to get a grey or blue check pad for top of hope chest
toile on wall; toile curtain; big gingham check and stripe dust ruffle.
Toile with checks and solid
“Such pretty blue, too heavily done with wallpaper but so complete including sconces” — hartint
Daleet Spector Design
9 Reviews
Marina Del Rey, CA
Ideabooks334
Questions2
Check for toilet leaks the easy way. Place a few drops of food coloring in the upper tank of your toilet, and do not flush for at least 30 minutes. When the time is up, check the bowl — clear water means no leak; colored water means you have
your current toilet to displace water and use less per flush.11. Check for toilet leaks the easy way. Place a few drops of food coloring in the upper tank of your toilet, and do not flush for at least 30 minutes. When the time is up, check the bowl — clear water means no leak; colored water means you have
“Like the light gray grout with the gray tile for minor contrast” — nurselisa143
Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
Ideabooks2,259
Questions10
Split face corton travertine. Check with Marbolis in Anaheim California
Split face corton travertine. Check with Marbolisvin Anaheim California
Check out the Forged Vertical Bars Wall Sconce by Hubbardton Forge: http://www.lumens.com/Fo
Split face corton travertine. Check with Marbolisvin Anaheim California
“Sink” — tuckor23
Andrew Snow Photography
Trinity-Bellwoods Townhouse
Ideabooks1,113
Questions2
Maybe this simple. Raised? Check. White? Check. Simple? Check.
Awesome! Check out those stools
“Bar stools” — crissieth
Bureau d'Architecture Modeste
Villa P1 sur la route du Cap Ferret
Ideabooks140
Questions0
CHECK WOOD DECKS FOR MOISTURE Check Wood Decks for Moisture Why: Wood decks — including redwood and pressure-treated woods — need to be sealed and stained to prevent water damage and rot. How: A quick splash test will tell you if the last seal is still working. If you fill a glass of water
Check Wood Decks for Moisture Why: Wood decks — including redwood and pressure-treated woods — need to be sealed and stained to prevent water damage and
Check Wood Decks for MoistureWhy: Wood decks — including redwood and pressure-treated woods — need to be sealed and stained to prevent water damage and rot.How: A quick splash test will tell you if the last seal is still working. If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see
“Deck” — shaynekrige
The Arrow Shop, Ltd.
Glencoe Garden
Ideabooks1,263
Questions1
vigorous growth of the plant can overpower surrounding plantings. Plant it alongside grasses or other dominant plants that can keep Russian sage in check without your constant management.
Mix with lavender, rosemary or by itself in mass. Check with county extension agent as to suitability.
Plant with grasses to keep it in check
vigorous growth of the plant can overpower surrounding plantings. Plant it alongside grasses or other dominant plants that can keep Russian sage in check without your constant management.
“Love the arched look” — joyceschwaller
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