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Master Bath Retreat
Have a wood console I would like tor retrofit for my master bath, just unsure if I need to seal it with anything extra. I have heard mixed responses.
retrofit furniture - love the wood but need storage and the marbal wall to ceiling
Schwartz and Architecture
Correct on the bulb. Can't remember the manufacturer of the fixture itself.
The bulbs are Plumen (www.plumen.com). No idea who makes the fixture - it could be a tube sconce without the shades.
clean, simple and love the bulb
I like light bulbs, tile and light
of inefficient incandescent bulbs, new emphasis has been placed on designing CFL bulbs that are aesthetically pleasing. The bulbs shown here are made by Plumen, in London, and are a wonderfully sculptural alternative to the more common twisted-spiral CFL.
Bare the bulbThe humble lightbulb, or lamp
Bare the bulb. The humble lightbulb, or lamp, as the lighting professionals refer to it, is worthy of celebration. Too often we work hard to conceal this essential component. While the bare bulb may not be appropriate for every space, it is in this bathroom. This is a place where lighting one’s face
Bauhaus Custom Homes
O'Neil Ford Re-Build
Renovation and Energy retrofit of a single family home designed by noted Texas Architect O'Neil Ford.
Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
Cottage Style Meets Modern Living
I like the possibility this picture reflects: using a piece of furniture in one's inventory and having it retro-fitted for a bathroom.
I'm wondering that too. Retrofitting a vessel sink is not easy b/c it sits too high. From what I'm reading it is 34-36 to top of bowl.
Colin Cadle Photography
6 Marlborough Avenue
retrofit existing bathroom with step up to tub, smaller sink, and stack of towels
Levy Art & Architecture
Zero Energy House
facing portions of the house. Careful consideration has been given to the envelope design in order to reduce the overall space conditioning needs, retrofitting the old and maximizing insulation in the new. Photographer Ken Gutmaker