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antiques store in Lewiston, Idaho. “It was gold, which was not my style, so I painted it,” she says. “First with a black, then blue, then with the mix I put on the tub. Then I hit it with sandpaper, and all four colors came through.” Schoolhouse-style lights: Lowe’s
Colour scheme, shabby-chic style
Sliding "barn door" style
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Hello, These sconces were hand made. My sister actually is the glass blower who made these. She no longer works as a glass blower. Good luck with your project.
Love the antique look of the vanity. It looks repurposed. Totally my style.
Want one of these in my room
I truly have vanity envy. Something similar could be done with pillage and plunder finds. Gorgeous. I've made a list and copying this pic to my phone. I'm always scurrying around 2nd hand and antique stores. I actually have two mirriors in storage that could work or be reframed. Absolutley
The large basket underneath provides plenty of towel storage. It is a very light and bright space with a generously proportioned mirror framed in a style and scale that hold their own above the vanity.
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i would smear my poop all over the mirror and walls to make it more my style
Looking for a stool like this for my bathroom
Oh my God.......just my style...My bathroom...Cabinet Style
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I love the classic style of paint chosen here, as well as the floor.
EVERYTHING IS JUST GORGEOUS! My favorite bathroom EVER!
My style...the style...Cabinet Style
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San Franacisco Nob Hill Highrise
outside the box in making decisions while remodeling my guest bathroom/bedroom. Wishing you continued success.
I am in the process of remodleing my master bathroom. I have one large mirror over
what is the brand and style of the faucets? thank you~
Thank you for the detailed explanation on the mirrors. It's been very helpful for my current bathroom remodel.
The company is Edgar Berebi. The style is #7920-6 Finish: Burnish silver (BS) (genuine silverplate with and antique finish). www.edgarberebi
Thank you for your quick response. I love your ideas for my bathroom. I really appreciate it.
These pulls are made by Edgar Berebi Architectural Hardware Collection. The style I used in this project is #7920-6 in a silver finish. Beautiful cabinet hardware is like
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How to decorate my son room with his own stuff like clothes
Could you explain "cut on site"? Can't I just buy carrara marble tiles and get the same effect for my shower?
Hi. I apologize for my delay. I believe it was Delorean Gray #165 from Custom Building Products. You can also check out Oyster Gray #386.
Hi there! I also want to do wood board paneling in my bathroom. What is v-groove separations? Are the similar to t&g? Are they suitable for a bathroom exposed to moisture? Thanks! Rhea
Hello. I had the mirrors custom made in Los Angeles. There are two - one over each sink. Basically, I went to my favorite frame shop, selected a frame and then took the frames to a glass shop for mirrors. Hope this helps!
since there are no set prices for jobs of that nature. My advice to you would be to contact a local contractor to give you a quote and go from there,
I am unable to give you a clear answer since there are no set prices for jobs of that nature. My advice to you would be to contact a local contractor
the framed doors, these conditions are not always noted- as they aren't as relevant. It is important to consider the pro and cons when changing the style of your enclosure- as some of the required changes (ie. new tiles if you want to replace if holes are visible, an improperly pitched saddle) can be
putting the mirror in place thus all necessary wiring was done beforehand where needed. This info is probably given best from a contractor's mouth so my advice would be to ask a local contractor.