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Carl Mattison Design
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Queen Anne Bungalow Resurrection
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tracks. He cleaned the hardware himself by boiling the pieces for an hour in a pot until the paint started falling off, then used a wire brush on a drill to remove the rest.
tracks. He cleaned the hardware himself by boiling the pieces for an hour in a pot until the paint started falling off, then used a wire brush on a drill to remove the rest
He cleaned the hardware himself by boiling the pieces for an hour in a pot until the paint started falling off, then used a wire brush on a drill to remove the rest.
tracks. He cleaned the hardware himself by boiling the pieces for an hour in a pot until the paint started falling off, then used a wire brush on a drill to remove the rest.
“Cavity door finishes” — javiervelasco
Seattle Interior Designer
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Elaine M. Johnson
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Elaine M. Johnson
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be painted on the inside with a waterproof roofing cement that keeps the wood from rotting prematurely. You will still want to have drainage holes drilled in the bottom, but this procedure will prolong the life of your box.
can be painted on the inside with waterproof roofing cement that keeps the wood from rotting prematurely. You will still want to have drainage holes drilled in the bottom, but this procedure will prolong the life of your box.
be painted on the inside with a waterproof roofing cement that keeps the wood from rotting prematurely. You will still want to have drainage holes drilled in the bottom, but this procedure will prolong the life of your box.
“Garden planters” — Tarryn Vrey
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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Add a twistUsually, you just need to drill holes in a salvaged metal planter for drainage, but these these boxy numbers have been further customised with clever welding. If you’re not a dab hand
“Stone” — kndcarlson
Bob Hooks
Hardy Group Builders
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installation where they’ve been in use for a while. Small, prefabricated sails can be attached to eaves, existing structures or poles (please don’t drill eye screws into your trees!), but larger ones will require a bit of structural engineering to assure stability when the wind pick up. A big advantage
“color, courtyard, dark window framing” — Tami Estrada
Jeanette Lunde
Sweet outside
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the porch. These pink hydrangeas in galvanized steel buckets cheerfully punctuate this whitewashed covered entryway. For happier plants, be sure to drill drainage holes in the bottom of buckets like this, or use a bucket as a decorative holder for a predrilled terra-cotta planter.
“Interesting porch look” — Dale
Birdhouse Interior Design
hall space
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hats, coats, scarves) need a place to live. Solve the problem by installing hooks for hanging items. These days, you don't even have to pull out a drill — check out this Command 3M hook in brushed nickel. It won't damage your walls when you remove it, and it's a cinch to mount.Other things to hang on
“Stool and hanger for passage” — leen78
Envi Interior Design Studio
The Bon Ton Loft
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In wood-framed structures, holes are drilled through wood studs and the electrical wire is pulled through. Nail plates are added on the outside of the stud before any wallboard is put up, to prevent anyone from hammering nails into the electrical cable.
“Craft room color idea” — keishadawn
Arnold Ziffel
Architect - Jack Viks
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track (at the top and bottom) that allows two sheets of glass to travel back and forth as doors. Sliding glass doors sometimes have hardware that is drilled directly into the glass, but many simply have a finger pull cut through the glass.
“glass” — siskovichouse
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