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Forsite Studio
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Milton Duplex - 5 star energy rated
Ideabooks381
Questions2
Milton Duplex - 5 star energy rated
How about this wall?
“Pattern design” — sao100
VIA - DSI
4 Reviews
High-tech bathrooms
Ideabooks998
Questions2
screen waterproof TV's are so thin that as of late we are flush-mounting them with the wall. Please check out our blog post here: ... to see an article about new flush-mount shower, bath, and kitchen TV's: .... It is always best to use a waterproof TV for bathroom and kitchen applications. They are specially
late we are flush-mounting them with the wall. Please check out our blog post here: ... to see an article about new”
Star wars on the TV!!!!! get me in there.
screen waterproof TV's are so thin that as of late we are flush-mounting them with the wall. Please check out our blog post here: ... to see an article about new”
“Love the windows and TV” — aareba22
Elizabeth Anne Star Interiors
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks5,309
Questions5
I am also curious about tile type and color please
What do you like about this photo?
Everything about this. Mine just can't be this big.
Elizabeth Anne Star Interiors
“soap dish insert” — boppinbob
Arijit
arijit
Ideabooks2,170
Questions4
People are calling this a tub but there is no tub spout and it looks like it's about 8" high. This is a shower, right? Why is the curb so high? To accommodate space for the lighting?
Want to create a bathtub worthy of a 5-star hotel? Light it up! All that’s missing from this scene is a glass of wine and a great book.
How about lighting in the floor around the base of the shower (not the tub as shown here)?
Want to create a bathtub worthy of a 5-star hotel? Light it up! All that’s missing from this scene is a glass of wine and a great book.
“led” — Peter Miškovič
Hughes Studio Architects
Meadow Lane
Ideabooks2,340
Questions4
The faucets look like the Dornbracht Meta.02 Single Lever Faucet. We carry this lovely faucet in our showroom! ... Please feel free to learn more about it on our website, and call us with any further questions you may have, or to purchase. -Focal Point Hardware
" Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.” Get the lowdown on energy-efficient LEDs
Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.” Get the lowdown on energy-efficient LEDs
n," Whitehead recommends. “You can get these wattage equivalents in a 24- to 26-watt compact fluorescent or 20- to 25-watt LED.”Get the lowdown on energy-efficient LEDs
“Tile” — mlarthurs
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks3,683
Questions6
Master bathroom with deep soaking tub | Architecture by ZeroEnergy Design | ... | Photos by Michael J Lee
Zero Energy Design Master Bathroom tile, sm blue
Note the trim at top -- but what to do about the exposed wall end at window ??
ZeroEnergy Design
“Blue & white” — gbarringer
SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks9,681
Questions5
like these "signs of various observations about life throughout the home.
1. Install low-flow fixtures. Most low-flow showerheads and faucets aerate water, which means you use less energy heating it. There is often no need to replace an entire sink — the important part is the aerator (the screw-on tip of the faucet), which determines
determines maximum flow. This simple, cheap part could save you a bundle on hot water costs. See the hot water info page on the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) site for more on this topic.
Word art. If you are a little nervous about painting directly onto your wall, you can always go this route. This stencil project may be a little easier because you can do it at a table.
“Faucet” — nikkireynolds
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
Ideabooks10,934
Questions22
I have a question that isn't about the Buddha!
evil. Have your whole house swirling with positive Buddha energy by giving him a throne in the middle of your home. Any central area will do, as long as he’s properly honored and not obstructing any pathways, which will block the flow of energy. (Mine is facing the door above everything else, my
smelling the flowers next to a buddha figure... I am quite certain buddha would not have minded me smelling the flowers, and i am feeling the same about buddha in the bathroom...buddhism is everywhere...that's my take on it...and it looks beautiful by the way
There is something spa-like about a space that features a big natural element made of wood or reminiscent of stone. Light paint and a large harmonious sculpture turns this room into
“spendy” — Stephanie Greenslade
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