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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks6,944
Questions6
you are going to re-grout your tiles you may want to do that first. If you grout after it can ruin your newly painted tiles. 4. Coat the tile surface with a bonding primer to seal it against moisture and everything that goes with it (mold, etc.) 5. Let dry according to the directions, sand the primer
7. Go monochrome. Are you a minimalist and none of the bathrooms above do it for you? Go for the drama of all one material — and lots of it. Many glass mosaic tiles are quite affordable, you just have to know where to look. Go for it and do the whole bathroom.
Go monochromatic. A 1- by 1-inch tile in a solid color adds texture in a subtle, clean-lined and contemporary pattern.
“Window” — chadbotha
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks19,042
Questions10
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 with a room, it could pass the white-glove test — not that anyone is administering one. Many of us swing between perfection and squalor, an exhausting and demoralizing routine. So
can't go wrong by painting it creamy white, but it's also fun to add a hint of subtle color and distress it ever so slightly. Hot tip: Beadboard can be a strong addition to a room, so a little goes a long way. The paneling in this bathroom pops because of its texture, despite being in the background
things go, because I think everything has to be sparkling clean and perfect, from the dust on the ceiling fan down to the crud in the baseboards. It paralyzes me, preventing me from just vacuuming or wiping down quickly sometimes. Hodgson's ideabook is a really good guide to honing better housekeeping
“Sink and taps” — genk81
The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
Landsend - Ensuite
Ideabooks1,331
Questions1
is my go-to supplier for this leather look-alike rubber product. It has a beautiful tactile warmth and is available in three different hues: natural, chocolate (shown here) and black.
Faux leather. Robin Reigi is my go-to supplier for this leather look-alike rubber product
is my go-to supplier for this leather look-alike rubber product. It has a beautiful tactile warmth and is available in three different hues: natural, chocolate (shown here) and black. Since it's a rubber product, it's easy to maintain and suitable for kitchen and bathroom cabinetry.
is my go-to supplier for this leather look-alike rubber product. It has a beautiful tactile warmth and is available in three different hues: natural, chocolate (shown here) and black.Since it's a rubber product, it's easy to maintain and suitable for kitchen and bathroom cabinetry.
“Do master ensuite backsplash in herringbone” — danielaperrelli
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Ideabooks2,153
Questions2
Going bold in a powder room!
Choosing to go against your natural instincts often leads to regret. Don't be afraid to trust yourself regarding a design decision you are truly passionate about.DO: Start small. If you have always loved yellow, or any other color, do not subdue your affection by going with something that's second best. A
which to go bold until you become more confident in your decorating choices.
“I'm very interested in small spaces and wallpaper but not one that is so overpowering you don't want” — Kris Ayache
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
5 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks929
Questions2
idea of going bold in a small space
15. Put up shiny wallpaper in a tiny powder room. As far as big-impact changes go, you can’t get much bigger than this supershiny hot pink wallpaper! Something this bold is best in small doses, making it the ideal choice
changes go, you can’t get much bigger than this supershiny hot pink wallpaper! Something this bold is best in small doses, making it the ideal choice for a pocket-size powder room. Won’t your guests be surprised when they open the door?
changes go, you can’t get much bigger than this supershiny hot pink wallpaper! Something this bold is best in small doses, making it the ideal choice for a pocket-size powder room. Won’t your guests be surprised when they open the door?Tell us: What creative touches have you added to your bathroom?More:
“wall space” — knightlsl
Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Ideabooks2,224
Questions1
like will go so that you can get that all-too-often-overlooked blocking installed in the wall.
like will go so that you can get that all-too-often-overlooked blocking installed in the wall.More: How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?
hooks will go
“Just love this whole look! The orange would be an accent from the bedroom bench and even the kitchen” — Jen Cope Klika
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
8 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks13,677
Questions19
you’re not going to want to junk your bath back up with all of those products. Go through those drawers and cabinets and make room for the stuff that you leave lying out. Most photo stylists allow only the following to be photographed on bathroom counters:1. Two glass apothecary jars, one for cotton balls
would be going above and beyond.
“Bath” — thaseus
Zinc Interior Concepts
7 Reviews
Leschi Residence
Ideabooks14,232
Questions7
choice. Go for obvious junk first, such as expired medications and empty bottles of shampoo (be sure to dispose of medications properly — do not flush down the toilet), and then move on to that stash of product samples you know you are never really going to use.Style note: Snap up matching white storage
sheets go with which beds.• Decide if you need more than two sets per bed. You probably don't.• Keep the two nicest sets for each bed. Throw any of these you haven't washed in the past few weeks into the wash for freshening up.• Sort through the remaining sets. If some are looking rough, save them for
“Organized & color” — Katharine Carroll
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