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Thank you for standing corrected. It is leaded glass. With what and what did they waterproof? thanks so much and love your bathroom.
pieces are black marble to match the black marble in the mosaic floor. You can find them at www.walkerzanger.com. For more questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
It is the Empire Freestanding Rectangular Bathtub and is 70”W x 34”D x 24”H. This gorgeous fixture can be found at www.waterworks.com. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any other questions!
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Platinum Building Group
Shelley St Elwood
space age feel of it is awesome and fresh! Love the leg on the counter
Lov the legs of the bench but the kitchen is a little to modern
Like the table stand.
the island!! very unique stand
kitchen w/ wood stand
eating space: (legs!)
11. Shapely advantageThis streamlined kitchen has been given a creative edge that adds both interest and a massive wow factor. These ‘legs’ are a work of art.
table leg design...bar legs...Unusual table legs...Wooden Legs...Wooden legs wow!
Luxury Condo Renovation Downtown Vancouver
Victoria & Albert Napoli Free Standing Soaker Bath
- I really love how spacious it is! We carry the Victoria & Albert Napoli Free-Standing Tub in our Showroom! http://focalpointhardware.com/victoria-and-albert-napn-premium-napoli-freestanding-tub-p-14351.html Please feel free to visit our website and learn more about this product and the other products
If you click the tag on the photo you will see that it is a Victoria & Albert Napoli Free Standing Soaker Bath, priced at $3,995. You can use the Find a Dealer option on their website to find a distributor near you: http://vandabaths.com/us/a
purchase from The Christian Woo collection from Provide Home. See Link Below - http://providehome.com/collections/furniture?item=4ea&designer=a Feel free to speak with owners Robert Quinnell or David Keeler, and let them know I referred you. :: FURNITURE :: Custom Dining Table design - collaboration
the table-no obstruction on the underside of table as legs are all on the outside.
Hi, Will the image in these ink-jet-based tiles stand up to traffic over time? Thanks, Doug
MASTER BATHROOM - Idea of free standing bath and double shower head - Very trendy
stand alone tub, semi-enclosed shower, natural light
Tivoli di leg no
Blending styles to create one cohesive look can be easier said than done. Combining rustic and modern décor gives this...
Paneled walls in Iceberg 2122-50 reflect in the mirrored flecks of the Silestone® White Platinum backsplash while the...
Borchert Kitchen & Bath
Beautiful free standing tub is the centerpiece of this space. Heated flooring under the wood tile keeps toes warm in the winter months. Travertine subway tiles are used on the alcove wall to give a backdrop to the the tub. photo by Brian Walters
tile behind free standing tub ceramic wood floor
taupe tiled bathroom standing tub wood floor
free standing tub
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
This example might be a Louis XIV–XV transition piece. Notice how the back is straight, rectangular and upholstered (as in a Louis XIV chair), but the legs are more delicate, with curved feet, and the armrests are shorter (as in a Louis XV chair).
LOUIS XIV: Straight, upright back Big, hefty throne-like wood frame, often gilded Stretchers between chair legs are usually H- or X-shaped Usually upholstered over entire back Armrests are long, with arm supports coming all the way to the front of the seat
Louis XV Chairs and most furniture have curved legs, and comfortably padded seats and backs.
the way the fabric on the ottoman wraps around leg
This example might be a Louis XIV–XV transition piece. Notice how the back is straight, rectangular and upholstered (as in a Louis XIV chair), but the legs are more delicate, with curved feet, and the armrests are shorter (as in a Louis XV chair). Tell us: Which Louis style is your favorite?Photos: Browse