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HighCraft Builders
11 Reviews
Sherwood
Ideabooks2,446
Questions6
Brockway 4' Wash Sink with Drillings for Two Faucets
“Boys bathroom. It's our tile. I love the sink. Do something dif w cabinets.” — nataliewhittle
Seattle Area Interior Design Firm
Collins Group Design, Inc. is a residential and commercial design firm specializing in new construction, remodels, interior design, and structural design details.
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Royal Home Improvements
2 Reviews
Project Clarkson (Mississauga) - Major Interior Renovation
Ideabooks488
Questions2
with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling
“.” — ryankatlain
NICOLEHOLLIS
2 Reviews
Private Residence, Napa Valley
Ideabooks247
Questions1
Brockway 3' Wash Sink with Drillings for Two Faucets
“sink” — carriekoedyker
Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Country Retreat
Ideabooks9,550
Questions3
drill press
“more all-black cabinets” — siobhian
Benchmark Homes
Lincolnshire Hall Bathroom Remodel
Ideabooks516
Questions2
with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling
“memoir” — laurieevans
Mahogany Builders
1 Review
Downtown Condo Kitchen and Bath Remodel
Ideabooks24
Questions0
with Single-Hole Faucet Drilling
“Floor tiles” — citag123
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Urban Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks1,069
Questions1
hot-rolled steel, 1/16" thick. Anni Tilt designed the pattern and David Arkin drilled the ±1500 holes by hand. We explored various ways of punching them automatically but in the end a center punch, hand drill and more than a few drill bits did the job.
designed the pattern on 1/16th-inch-thick steel, while partner David Arkin drilled all of the holes by hand. By the time they were done, he had drilled more than 1,500 of them.
1/16th-inch-thick steel, while partner David Arkin drilled all of the holes by hand. By the time they were done, he had drilled more than 1,500 of them."
hand-drilled holes in metal door panels
other perishables. Architect Anni Tilt designed the pattern on 1/16th-inch-thick steel, while partner David Arkin drilled all of the holes by hand. By the time they were done, he had drilled more than 1,500 of them.
“punched steel kitchen cabinet” — danieleoloughlin
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,820
Questions3
We removed the plaster from the lath then removed the lath from the wall. Next, we cleaned the lath, both sides and edges, with wire wheel drill bit and drill. We kept the finish natural - no coatings.
We removed the plaster from the lath then removed the lath from the wall. Next, we cleaned the lath, both sides and edges, with wire wheel drill bit and drill. We kept the finish natural - no coatings.
“maybe too woody, but cool” — willpit
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