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(Wood or concrete - painted or stained. Metallic effects. Reactive finishes. Etc.) If you want to take it on yourself, then make sure you practice on some sample pieces before touching your installed mantle. High quality decorative finishing products will not be available at a paint or hardware store.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Curtis Horticulture, Inc.
Architect. Installed by Curtis Horticulture, Inc.
concrete wall lounge
Mark Brand Architecture
Warm Modern in Noe Valley
prior to installation. It also requires new applications every other year to maintain the look. - Mark.
to the concrete and wood
all the concrete
Outdoor Living Room
lighting installed. Each side is about 10 feet long and will need to shine about 15' to the ridge. The local lighting company said to just use 8' florescent fixtures.
of the concrete.....not concrete.
Synergy Design & Construction
Ashburn Contemporary Basement - Pool Area & Bar
permeate the concrete floor and will not prevent floor damage. The floors in this basement do not have radiant heat. Basement floors do not necessitate radiant heat; it's just an "upgrade" that homeowners may consider.
newly installed flooring system and/or carpeting should there be a flood and since the remodel is a basement, is radiant heat necessary? Thanks.
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
quartz concrete type material. essentially you have to treat it like a brick or concrete wall. Sealer as suggested earlier may shift the colour and if you plan on using it, will need to be cleaned properly first. A good scrub, using a brush with something like TSP will likely be your most effect cleaner
These were installed by King Street Kitchen Co. in Charleston, South Carolina. They will be able to best answer any of your questions.
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
stone and concrete retaining walls faced with sawn veneer. Sustainable features include FSC certified lumber, solar hot water, fly ash concrete, and low emitting insulation with 75% recycled content. Photos: Mariko Reed Architect: Ian Moller
finish installed by First Last and Always based in San Francisco.