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2011 Stampede Dream Home
Ideabooks27,469
Questions23
S: floating vanity; floor tile - too light?
“Douche blanche épuré et lumières au plafond dans la douche.” — louloupeter
josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
Josh Wynne Construction
Ideabooks5,805
Questions10
9'4". The base is a 1x6 (3/4" x 5 1/2") with a wainscot at 38". The door is 8' with a 1x4 side case and a 1x4 head casing sandwiched between two 1x2's. I assume you have a 6'8" door. You could use the same casing I used for the door or you could leave the top 1x2 off but leave the bottom one with the
“Wainscot and door trim.” — cjholm
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks3,469
Questions8
headboard, while the door frame stands tall and sophisticated with a marble trim. The best part of this trend? When marble is used in smaller doses, it’s much easier on the budget.
“Filler” — Molly Merwin Bonds
Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
Emerald Bay
Ideabooks1,030
Questions1
Fesulkodo asztal megoldàs
“Like the size of the vanity.” — whopkins
Blue Tangerine Art
Intimate spaces, intimate art
Ideabooks4,397
Questions5
11. Include glass. Glass fills up space without taking up much visual volume. It’s a great complement in shelving units where just a touch of something is needed to maintain balance, allowing this artwork to steal the show. More: Collections: Create Art With the Things You Love Punch Up Your Shelving
“The shelves” — iti2
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks11,078
Questions6
color as field or border tiles in these classic interiors. Get this look: Try adding some hand-painted or terra cotta border tiles around your room’s perimeter, up a flight of stairs or framed on a wall. On a budget? A few tiles in an entryway or along an outdoor path can make a surprising impact for
“Floor” — charley5
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
Tiburon home with Asian influence
Ideabooks15,126
Questions7
Guest bath
“Storage” — ddcortez
Lauren Rubin Architecture
4 Reviews
Park Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks15,575
Questions20
Look for beveled 3x3s. Many lines carry them.
“Tile” — kimlarsen513
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