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BAAN design
Lake Washington residence
Ideabooks9,624
Questions12
place plants, objects or personal effects on. This bathroom has Sheetrock returns at the head and jambs, but has a darker stained oak sill (sometimes termed a stool). Look closely for an added reveal detail between the sill and the wall beneath. Shadow lines are important in this composition. The thin mullions
place plants, objects or personal effects on.This bathroom has Sheetrock returns at the head and jambs, but has a darker stained oak sill (sometimes termed a stool). Look closely for an added reveal detail between the sill and the wall beneath. Shadow lines are important in this composition. The thin mullions
place plants, objects or personal effects on.This bathroom has Sheetrock returns at the head and jambs, but has a darker stained oak sill (sometimes termed a stool). Look closely for an added reveal detail between the sill and the wall beneath. Shadow lines are important in this composition. The thin mullions
“dark windows and dark ceiling with grey floors seem confining” — cathgutch
Jane Ellison
11 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks5,435
Questions4
plasters are naturally antibacterial, repelling mold and mildew — perfect for a bathroom. Short-term upkeep is a snap, as dust and dirt don't permeate the plaster. Just wipe it down with dry cloth. Long-term maintenance can be minimal if the plaster contains mineral pigments, as they resist UV light and
plasters are naturally antibacterial, repelling mold and mildew — perfect for a bathroom.Short-term upkeep is a snap, as dust and dirt don't permeate the plaster. Just wipe it down with dry cloth. Long-term maintenance can be minimal if the plaster contains mineral pigments, as they resist UV light and
“meuble avec miroir et 2 tablettes” — line33
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks8,012
Questions14
matter that no one would ever use it. And it didn’t matter that the cost of the tub — from building the extra area needed to house it to all of the long-term costs — would put a real dent in the homeowner’s wallet. What mattered was resale and having that tub to make sure the house could be sold.So ask yourself
matter that no-one would ever use it. And it didn’t matter that the cost of the tub – from building the extra area needed to house it to all of the long-term costs – would put a real dent in the homeowner’s wallet. What mattered was resale and having that tub to make sure the house could be sold.So ask yourself
“Repisas y cajones” — marisoledadbeja
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
mill valley
Ideabooks11,354
Questions16
BathLonger-term changes: Consider removing an outdated and grimy vanity and adding a simple wall mirror. Present your idea by pricing a few decent mirrors to share with your landlord and show pictures (like the one here) of how it might look installed.Shorter-term changes: Upgrade bathroom
“small bathrooms” — moniquestrausskeevy
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Winter Residence Remodel
Ideabooks1,072
Questions1
wood and tile vanity, a floating mirror, a tile shower and custom closets create a modern yet rich oasis. The living spaces were minimally treated in terms of color, but that is not the case here.
wood and tile vanity, a floating mirror, a tile shower and custom closets create a modern yet rich oasis. The living spaces were minimally treated in terms of color, but that is not the case here.
“Look how cool the floating vanity is with the appearance of only one leg. I like the sinks and fixt” — kathharr12
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
Ideabooks20,697
Questions10
This flooring is beautiful. How do you maintain it, though, and how does it compare to tile in terms of longevity and ease of cleaning/maintenance?
skylights; it has a special coating that breaks down surface dirt, leaving it free to be washed away by the rain. The upfront cost is higher, but the long-term advantage is, um, clear.
skylights; it has a special coating that breaks down surface dirt, leaving it free to be washed away by the rain. The upfront cost is higher, but the long-term advantage is, um, clear.
“08” — diseno2014
RJ Dailey Construction Co.
1 Review
Private Woodside Residence
Ideabooks8,987
Questions7
RJ Dailey Construction Co.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Canyon Color (Cañón de Color) Canyon color is a made-up term I use to describe terra-cotta. There are so many shades of terra-cotta, I like to refer to them as canyon colors. This is the earthy side of Spanish
Canyon Color (Cañón de Color)Canyon color is a made-up term I use to describe terra-cotta. There are so many shades of terra-cotta, I like to refer to them as canyon colors. This is the earthy side of Spanish, different from the vibrant hues seen in Mexican tiles. The effect is elegant and minimalist
“tile floor, doesn't have to be terra cotta” — christinegreen522
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
58 Reviews
“color palette” — mmaggied
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