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Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks21,452
Questions10
floor tiles are ceramic and they're unglazed so they're a bit matte and creamier than white. The grout color is bone from Custom Building Products (Home Depot).
"Many of us swing between perfection and squalor, an exhausting and demoralizing routine." — home writer Alison HodgsonThis described me to a T, and it made me feel better to know I'm not alone. I tend to let home-keeping things go, because I think everything has to be sparkling clean and perfect, from
working on a daily habit, your likelihood of success will be so much greater. Those of us who are Not Naturally Organized tend to be all or nothing in our home-keeping endeavors. We'll let areas go for weeks (months! years!) until we can't take it anymore and go all-out on a cleaning spree. When we're finished
“Wide Pedestal sink + furniture” — In Residence Design Group Inc.
Architect Your Home - Interior Your Home
1 Review
Loft Conversion
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Architect Your Home - Interior Your Home
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JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks11,076
Questions6
What is this place at The Woodlands? Is it a home? A rental? I live near there...
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Flooring. Tiled floors dominated the classic Mediterranean home, appreciated for their low maintenance, durability and cool temperature. Terra cotta was most commonly used, although limestone and marble were used occasionally in more high-end homes. Hand-painted tiles added color as field or border tiles
“Floor” — charley5
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks6,450
Questions6
Nestled into the quiet middle of a block in the historic center of the beautiful colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, this 4,500 square foot courtyard home is accessed through lush gardens with trickling fountains and a luminous lap-pool. The living, dining, kitchen, library and master suite on the ground
What color is the terracotta sink & tub? We just had a 100 year old adobe stucco home re-stuccoed. I would like some extraordinary paint colors to honor the exterior of the home such as the one's above... the old home deserves something unique and visually stunning... Any paint color ideas would be
The bright, and complementary turquoise blue enhances the beauty of terracotta in this minimally designed bathroom, drawing attention to its rich texture.
“colour” — alanjehrlich
Isler Homes
1 Review
Greenbrier Formal Powder
Ideabooks3,420
Questions3
This bathroom is so beautiful! I just loved it so much so that I went to your website to view your other work. The homes you build are just exquisite...makes me wish I lived in Texas!
love it for one of the home bathrooms or even moms restroom
tile design shower...Isler Homes
“Guest powder room” — imabusymama
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Gambrel Country Home
Ideabooks4,491
Questions8
Cabinets were custom designed by us and built by the contractor.
Gambrel Country Home
country home...summer home...traditional home...vanity design
“something similar for powder” — kfleag
Christiano Homes, Inc.
7 Reviews
Dover Shores 2 Story Mid Century Remodel
Ideabooks6,109
Questions8
countertops and tile, floating wood vanity and glass shower with ceiling mounted rain style shower head. For more information please call Christiano Homes at (949)294-5387 or email at heather@christianohomes.com Photo by Michael Asgian
use of high windows allows for lots of light probably due to architectural constraints. Could pose similarities to your home's roof lines.
“Look del baño” — cippisch
Celtic Custom Homes
10 Reviews
Spa Shower with Steam bath
Ideabooks9,054
Questions8
I would ask your tile supplier and your tile installer for advice here. I've only had 3 requests for steam showers in all my homes over the years and they were all in real stone, which what travertine is, so they had to be sealed. I would recommend sealing the stone at least every
Placement depends on the shower design, but this one is under the seat. This allows us to have an access panel to it for repairs if needed. There is a small door just outside the shower
“Tile” — Noelia Sanchez
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