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River City Woodworks
6 Reviews
Neo Craftsman in a Country Home
Ideabooks5,566
Questions6
baby/pet gate, attractive and slides inside the counter when not in use
Would also make a great pet gate.
Pet gates could lide into walls like pocket doors
Great looking pet gate
Awesome pet gate idea
pet gate that tucks away
pet gate
“bright but not glaring” — coloradoag
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks3,872
Questions8
Now there's a nice pet bath!
Lakehouse pet washing station
door finish pet washing sink
Pet sink...Pet wash
“Wash basin” — Michele Houk
Jennifer Kesteloot
Hillsborough Residence
Ideabooks1,838
Questions4
I love the photo of the precious pooch. Where might I order one of my pet?
Huge wall photo of pet face.
I love that the pet is the focal point.
do the pet...Photo of pet....pet photo...cool idea of a pet
“Giant size photo” — Malena Porter
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
wood block residence
Ideabooks1,588
Questions2
pets can go outside without being exposed to weather, area to use the bathroom (if owner is willing to clean it), nice outdoorsy enclosed patio
Pet security area for backyard
I love the way they used what is in essence metal fencing and elevated into almost an art form. This would be a safe place to leave pets for a bit... It feels secure without looking like a prison.
“outdoor room” — enewsom12
Southern Living
Painted Ceiling
Ideabooks22,995
Questions14
High-gloss lilac adds unexpected color above, while a Dutch door and built-in dog beds keep the McKinleys' pets contained and comfortable in the laundry room. Photo by Erica George Dines for Southern Living
laundry room layout, pet room idea
Dutch door, pet area
Dutch door, pet area, laundry/mudroom
Pet area...laundry pet beds...pet bed
“dutch door” — Sarah
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks937
Questions1
spray your plants with a mild insecticidal soap a few days before bringing them in — look for one that is safe to use on organic gardens and around pets and kids; you don’t need anything too harsh for this job. In fact, some gardeners have luck using a simple solution of pure Ivory liquid soap and water
spray your plants with a mild insecticidal soap a few days before bringing them in — look for one that is safe to use on organic gardens and around pets and kids; you don’t need anything too harsh for this job. In fact, some gardeners have luck using a simple solution of pure Ivory liquid soap and water
“Garden shed - idea for shelves and storage.” — yxc96h
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks3,384
Questions6
10. Finish every room with a green plant. A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants
Finish every room with a green plant. A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants
10. Finish every room with a green plant. A good tip no matter the size of your space, but especially relevant for small space dwellers. In addition to cleaning the air and adding a bit of interest, plants
“for home decor.” — Kisslyn Matchobara
Niki Papadopoulos
LaVista Park Renovation & Interiors
Ideabooks24,885
Questions4
if a shower niche is getting soaked and taking on soap spray every day, a stone surface will look cleaner longer. Tip: Make sure the bottom of the niche and any shelves are slightly tipped toward the shower so they drain. Shower niches are super useful, but if they hold water after every shower, they
il True to the golden ratio, dividing shelves into thirds tends to look best. When it comes to niches, I'm a firm believer in following this rule. Tip: Most glass looks slightly green. If you want a whiter glass, choose a low-iron version, like starphire glass.
True to the golden ratio, dividing shelves into thirds tends to look best. Tip: Most glass looks slightly green. (so green tile background looks seamless)
“the tiled shower niche” — kitts05
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