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272 tape transfers Bath Design Photos
DH Interiors, LLC
Take a tape measure and let it stick out from the wall starting with 8" then 9 and 10". (A standard construction tape measure case is 3" so add the inches sticking out of the tape to 3" while holding the tape to the wall and that is your true measurement --- so, if 5" is sticking out of the tape and you're
end of the tape will mimic your faucet spout opening...) As for how high...again, that is a personal comfort thing. Go to one of your existing bathroom lavatories (aka sink) and have someone else hold the tape to the wall as described above. Then you put your hands under the end of the tape above the
your vessel + the height of the vessel (which the total should be the height off the counter-top. I just went to the vanity in my bathroom, put the tape off the wall (set for 8" away from the wall --- and I also have a 22" deep counter) and I was comfortable with 4" above the top of the lavatory/vessel
dSPACE Studio Ltd
and beautiful job yet again. What type of LED tape did you use? (ie, manufacturer) And is 12V sufficient, or is that 24V? So is there just a 1 inch or so gap from the ceiling tile to the wall tile where you put the aluminum channel that held the tape to be recessed? Sorry for all the questions, just
the shower is a line of LED tape installed high in a narrow cove so that the light grazes down the wall. LED tape is a great product because of its small size, and the fact that it can often be cut to length by the electrician in the field. We recommend installing LED tape in an aluminum channel to help
the details on the LED Shower light Cove. The LED tape was installed in an aluminum channel with an acrylic lens from Luminii Inc. Their website is www.luminii.com One very important note, since this is a shower it requires the wet-location rated LED tape which is embedded in a resin coating. The gap
Sunscape Homes, Inc
Master bathroom Renovation
wall and installed LED tape light behind it to give
LED tape floated behind the mirror and wall sconces
Floating mirrors, tape led light
LED tape lights
Kerrie L. Kelly
Vintage Modern Living
tips: 1. Use laser level to tape stripes, 2. go over tape edge with 1 coat main wall colour, that way no under-tape leakage when stripe colour painted, 3. remove tape after 1 hour(paint dry but not so dry it cracks at removal)
Ana Donohue Interiors
Junior League Showhouse Bathroom
But deco! Electrical tape? Paint? Or black duct tape?
Tub - maybe recreate with tape??
Thom Filicia Inc.
little rectangle. Add an Oriental rug to enjoy underfoot. The rich colors will warm up the look of the room as well. Be sure to add a rug pad or rug tape that will grip the floor underneath any bathroom rug to prevent slips.
or rug tape that will grip the floor underneath any bathroom rug to prevent slips.
1. Add a cosy rugA bath mat does not have to be a shaggy little rectangle. Add an Oriental rug to enjoy underfoot. The rich colours will warm up the look of the room as well.Be sure to add a rug pad or rug tape that
Hege Sletsjoe Morris
like this way of using washi tape
Inside, a new clawfoot tub is the star of this small bathroom. Morris hung a simple piece of print art with washi tape for a modern accent.Poster: One Must Dash; tub: New, from eBay; flooring: Vinyl, CastoramaBrowse more homes by style:Small Homes | Colorful Homes | Eclectic Homes | Modern Homes | C
Emily Elizabeth Interior Design
Just a level and some painter's tape.
16. Paint chunky horizontal stripesWith practice and a good-quality painter’s tape (avoid using masking tape, which can bleed) you’ll be able to create fabulous stripe effects in an adult space. The trick to prevent it from looking juvenile is