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Matthew MacCaul Turner
9 Reviews
boy's modern bedroom
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The boy's bedroom, photo by David Livingston
“Chair/bean bag chair” — twixt3
Robert M. Cain, Architect
3 Reviews
Gillsville House
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inexpensive materials
“Wood” — malindiclare
Matthew MacCaul Turner
9 Reviews
Boy's room overview
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Questions17
The boy's love of sport & geometry informed hhis room design.
“Grey wall color and drapes covering closet” — Amy Long
Matthew MacCaul Turner
9 Reviews
Girl's modern bedroom
Ideabooks37,701
Questions34
This girl's room has a youthful palette she can grow into. Photo by David Livingston
“Bed” — Christie Livingston
Crogan Inlay Floors
17 Reviews
Linoleum Countertops
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linoleum floors and countertops! Who knew?? and so inexpensive too!
found in vintage kitchens, linoleum is an interesting countertop choice today. It is a green choice, made from linseed oil and sawdust, and is very inexpensive. It comes in over 100 colors (solids and swirled patterns) from muted to bright. It’s warm to the touch, naturally antibacterial and antistatic,
Linoleum countertop; green and inexpensive; good for vintage kitchens
Linoleum is a green choice; made from linseed oil and sawdust, and is very inexpensive. It comes in over 100 colors (solids and swirled patterns) from muted to bright. It’s warm to the touch, naturally antibacterial and antistatic,
found in vintage kitchens, linoleum is an interesting countertop choice today. It is a green choice, made from linseed oil and sawdust, and is very inexpensive. It comes in over 100 colors (solids and swirled patterns) from muted to bright. It’s warm to the touch, naturally antibacterial and antistatic,
“linoleum $6 per sqft” — Kate Payne
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Gurfinkel
Ideabooks751
Questions1
fireplace, the couple lined the interior with a cut sheet of stainless steel bent to fit. To save money, the 4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective shimmer. The fireplace update cost about $550
fireplace, the couple lined the interior with a cut sheet of stainless steel bent to fit. To save money, the 4-inch pit was filled halfway with sand and inexpensive fire rocks. The homeowners then layered a more expensive fire glass on top to give it a reflective shimmer. The fireplace update cost about $550
“Fireplace” — Stephanie Whelan
KTARCH
1 Review
The Maid's bath
Ideabooks8,081
Questions6
niches in the wall of a shower or bath area. These niches are a welcome alternative to a plastic shower caddy or the shower floor, and since they are inexpensive to construct, there’s a lot of value to be had.
of niches in the wall of a shower or bath area. These are a welcome alternative to a plastic shower caddy or the shower floor, and since they are inexpensive to construct, there’s a lot of value to be had. The trick is to coordinate their placement with the tiling pattern. It’ll mean selecting your tile
niches in the wall of a shower or bath area. These niches are a welcome alternative to a plastic shower caddy or the shower floor, and since they are inexpensive to construct, there’s a lot of value to be had. The trick to having these niches is coordinate their placement with the tiling pattern. It’ll mean
“very nice” — reisdo
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
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designed. "I simply had a large piece of stainless steel bent into shape and attached with industrial grade adhesive," he explains. "Big look, inexpensive price!" The integrated shelf keeps necessities close at hand for easy access during cooking. Cooktop Units: GE Monogram (commercial) Adrienne
ade adhesive,” he says. “Big look, inexpensive price.”
The steel backsplash is smart and inexpensive.
Franklin designed. “I simply had a large piece of stainless steel bent into shape and attached with industrial-grade adhesive,” he says. “Big look, inexpensive price.” The integrated shelf keeps necessities close at hand for easy access during cooking.
large piece of stainless steel bent - inexpensive backsplash
“tv” — jeanrem
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