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Bruce Palmer Coastal Design
Waterfront Retreat
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Water spout at sink!!!
“Table” — sgabel
Tara Seawright
Bathroom
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I don't have room for a separate shower and tub. I want both. I really want to have beautiful windows by the tub but how do you keep the water off of them while you shower?
Tara SeawrightSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Cover the bath spout. Radel notes that the third most common cause of stitches in babies is sharp bathtub spouts (after coffee tables and raised fireplace hearths). Use a soft cover to protect little ones from the heat
heat and sharp edges of the plumbing hardware. (The blue whale seen here on the counter is a soft cover for a bath spout.) Many playful options exist; Radel prefers ones made from Insulite foam.
Cover the bath spout. Radel notes that the third most common cause of stitches in babies is sharp bathtub spouts (after coffee tables and raised fireplace hearths). Use a soft cover to protect little ones from the heat
“our bathroom?” — Sinead Keville Grennan
West Chin Architects & Interior Designers
3 Reviews
Beach House on Long Island
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The water should just dump on you
It's called the Pipe Shower by (Dutch Designer) Marcel Wanders http://www.marcelwanders.nl/products/bathroom/pipe/” would LOVE this much water
spigot is the icing on the cake.) There's great contrast between the natural texture of the pebbled walls and tiled floor and the industrial-size metal spouts.Pipe Shower: Marcel Wanders
is the icing on the cake.) There’s great contrast between the natural texture of the pebbled walls and tiled floor and the industrial-sized metal spouts.
“Outside cshower” — jstrick822
ZeroEnergy Design
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Concord Green Home
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A1407LCAPC-2 Vocca Hi-Arc Spout Widespread Lavatory Faucet
How do you protect the wood top vanity from water damage? Interested i
“Hall bath wall” — beckysig
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
5 Reviews
Amagansett Beach Retreat
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Questions12
sink like ours with high spout
Water closet pocket door
“sink like ours with high spout” — jenniferforan
Rethink Design Studio
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Sleeping Loft - Kid's Bathroom
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6. Latex and oil paints. First, which to choose? Latex paints have the distinct advantage of being water soluble, which means cleanup is as easy as dunking your tools in a bucket of water. Oil-based paint requires taking more safety precautions: The fumes mean it is best to work outdoors; harsh
Furniture - Latex and oil paints. First, which to choose? Latex paints have the distinct advantage of being water soluble, which means cleanup is as easy as dunking your tools in a bucket of water. Oil-based paint requires taking more safety precautions: The fumes mean it is best to work outdoors; harsh
6. Latex and oil paints. First, which to choose? Latex paints have the distinct advantage of being water soluble, which means cleanup is as easy as dunking your tools in a bucket of water. Oil-based paint requires taking more safety precautions: The fumes mean it is best to work outdoors; harsh
“Color” — wgunter211
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
5 Reviews
Amagansett Beach Retreat
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Questions13
Wood and water? I am in the process of having my bathroom redone and my cabinet fabricator won't warranty the wood around the under mount tub. Is there a coating you can put on the wood to secure it from water damage?
Tub surround - use wood so close to water?
Wood and water...water works
“relaxing” — wendy8883
Patrick Sutton Associates
2 Reviews
Easton House
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Questions10
Did you treat the top somehow so that it is protected against water?
Actually no, the pine piece already had a wax finish and since it is a powder room it doesn't see that much water splashing. Plus patina is part of the charm. If you wanted to put a more protective finish a piece i would likely use a matt finish waterbased po
vanity rocks. seal with marine grade varathane and you don't have to worry about a few water splashes
finish and, since this is a powder room, it didn’t require extra protection from water splashes, plus the designer wished to retain the original patina’s charm. In a heavy-use environment, a piece like this would need a matt water-based polyurethane finish.
“Cabinet” — vandoubledam
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