3,552 pollutant removal Bath Design Photos

McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Menlo Park remodel 2
Ideabooks2,694
Questions4
counter over toilet and narrow removable drawer.
vanity, remove closet add bigger vanity with lots
“Toilet separation” — clauturn
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
Ideabooks7,651
Questions10
its natural finish. Can anyone suggest the fastest, most thorough way to remove paint over marble tiles?
it turned out. :) Hopefully, someone here will have a suggestion for removal.
“Pretty blue subway tile” — Kate McPhee
Kimberly Arnold Fletcher
7 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks7,540
Questions5
Removable/replaceable bench?...windows, removable bench vs built-in
“Walls windows” — bjornias
carde reimerdes
1 Review
carde reimerdes
Ideabooks7,711
Questions10
Is the shower floor removable? Is it made of wood and, if so, what kind? How was it made?
wood slat shower floor painted with porch paint...removes for cleaning
“simple” — tamalap
kelley gardner
3 Reviews
Kelley Gardner
Ideabooks5,973
Questions15
narrow double vanity. consider removing bathtub. Adding larger mirror.
Remove the medicine cabinet and put the mission style " door" . Wall faucets.
“Niche sink and materials” — Cloverleaf Design, Build, Develop, LLC
MLM INCORPORATED
6 Reviews
Gallier St.
Ideabooks1,326
Questions4
Recognizing the appeal of the old construction material when the paint was removed, the homeowner decided to leave it bare, and Medrzycki sealed it.
Recognizing the appeal of the old construction material when the paint was removed, the homeowner decided to leave it bare, and Medrzycki sealed it.Although
“chandelier” — lameardi
Gauhar ZH
Interior Design
Ideabooks23,109
Questions21
collect soap etc like tile or other materials.. As long as the floor is removable and brush-washed outside, it cleans easily. If it is fixed into the floor
Teak floor: As long as the floor is removable and brush-washed outside, it cleans easily. If it is fixed into the floor
“shower slats” — Zack Hansen
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
River Oaks Residence
Ideabooks10,615
Questions10
though. The less expensive the mirror the easier to do. Simply apply paint remover to the back, let sit, then wipe, scrape or rub with fine steel wool to get
process. Wear rubber gloves and do this outside to minimize fumes, plus the remover is flammable so follow all the safety instructions for the product you use
“Style cabinets” — elizabromidge
Need help with this bathroom!
This is my bathroom, in an apartment I rent in NYC. The toilet, sink, shower doors & light fixture are brand new; the tub was glazed; the bathroom door...
Code says I don't need a range hood, but do I?
I was hoping to skip a hood — but my electrician is skeptical. I have an old-fashioned range and don't fry a lot of bacon! He says I'll ruin my ceiling....
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