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Pappas Design
3 Reviews
European Influence - Contemporary Style
Ideabooks5,213
Questions11
Ceramic Tileworks, SICBRO18x18BRON, Broadway porcelain tile, color Bronzo, nominal 18" x 18" x 3/8” thick
18” x 18” porcelain tile finish; Ceramic Tileworks, SICBRO18x18BRON, Broadway porcelain tile, color Bronzo, nominal 18" x 18" x 3/8” thick
Broadway porcelain tile, color Bronzo, nominal 18" x 18" x 3/8” thick
“nice tile” — Cara Riley
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
Ideabooks6,491
Questions4
is coming a bit late, but my best guesstimates are that the siding is 1x4, the main fence boards are 1x3, and the top border of the 1x2 (all sizes nominal). The spacing looks like 1" between slats.
The main fence boards are 1 x3, and the top border of the 1 x2 (all sizes nominal). The spacing looks like 1" between slats.
FENCE the siding is 1x4, the main fence boards are 1x3, and the top border of the 1x2 (all sizes nominal). The spacing looks like 1" between slats.
“wonder what it would look like white washed?” — Weston Pugh
Rockefeller Partners Architects
Dining Room
Ideabooks8,225
Questions7
Absolutely. Thanks for the compliments. The wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no
The wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no
he wood ceiling is a "clear heart select" grade cedar 1x nominal thickness (3/4" actual) specially milled tongue and groove to repeat a 4" linear pattern. We chose this grade cedar because the client preferred no
“Mesa” — Maria Valenzuela
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks13,702
Questions14
this is a 6" nominal thickness montana ledge stone. it is not cultured. I believe we procured it through Gallegos in Rifle Colorado. The caps are sandstone from the Lyons
The stone is a full 6" nominal limestone fom Montana I believe. This layup is dry stacked with no visible mortar joint. Procured through Gallegos Stone in Rifle Colorado. McGegor
Stone - this is a 6" nominal thickness montana ledge stone. it is not cultured. I believe we procured it through Gallegos in Rifle Colorado. The caps are sandstone from the Lyons
“I like the combination of fireplace and TV” — Ivy Fairchild Tornow
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Renovated Firehouse
Ideabooks185
Questions0
style, Fire Station No. 38 became an integral part of the community when it was built in 1930. By the time it was put up for auction, it had been nominated for landmark status, protecting its facade from significant alteration. For Alexandra, keeping the integrity of the building was important. “I grew
“Colors for 42 union, exterior?” — Marty Hubbard
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Bellevue Hill Sydney
Ideabooks2,174
Questions10
large window make this room the focal point of the home. More: See some of the most popular design photos from 2012Get more info on Best of Houzz nominations
“Lights” — nadobnova
Robert Nebolon Architects
12 Reviews
San Francisco Floating House
Ideabooks1,009
Questions1
has to be rectangular? This tile has a softer, more organic geometric shape, which adds oodles of charm and a vintage feel.Backsplash: 5¼- by 2-inch nominal Stack tile in Wide Hex from Heath Ceramics
“pothanger” — karenconnors
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks44,038
Questions20
This gravel path leads to the desired destination, at low cost and with nominal environmental impact. Can’t you hear the crunch of the gravel underfoot and feel the warmth it gives off? And wouldn’t a heavily built path look
“the purple ground cover is lovely if it lasts more than a few weeks.” — K Elizabeth McDonald
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