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The Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
525a Upper Changi Road
water feature spouts
beautiful indoor water feature
indoor water feature/pond
Water feature...water fall
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Its very unique in how the water is actually holding the piece up
of the water faucet sculpture?
fresh water.....Tap - water frozen...Water Fossett...ice water scripture...Water faucet...Water Tap...water sculpture...Glass Water Faucet
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
Living room with views to Lake Union, glass overhead door opened to the water.
The doors are awesome. Opening to water or otherwise.
The roller door wall that opens up onto the water
Garage door to water - could it be to (insulated) screen porch? I like wider openings to the outdoors. Dbl. doors.
love this rec room close to the water
on water garage door
garage door opens facing water
opening to water??...Glass door to water...surrounded by water...Door to water...to the water.
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
Exclusive dealer for Clive Christian, British Luxury Interiors. Full Service Interior Design firm specializing in Kitchens and Custom Cabinetry.
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
Converted Carriage House
was a water based finish to preserve the natural tone of the wood. I is beautiful! Thank you!
with a water based satin finish. The water based finished prevents the floor from turning yellow over time whereas an oil finish quickly turns the wood yellow. It's also less toxic.
This is a maple floor with a water based satin finish. The water based finished prevents the floor from turning yellow
with a water based satin finish. The water based finished prevents the floor from turning yellow over time whereas an oil finish quickly turns the wood yellow. It's also less toxic
maple with water based satin finish
Floor is a maple with a water base satin. Prevents floor from turning yellow. Oil base turns it yellow
West Village Studio
Fountain Spout, Benjamin Moore; wall paint: Morning Sunshine, Benjamin Moore; wood floor stain: ebony
fountain spout, BM
Riverhouse Living Room
indoors. Water: Water only when the uppermost soil layer is dry. Mist the plant to simulate humidity and to prevent spider mite infestation, which can occur with dust buildup. Overwatering will cause root rot, and underwatering can cause yellow tips that will turn to brown. If the stalks and leaves are
plants, a water view, and an Eames chair!
a deep watering, assuming there is sufficient drainage. Soil: Sandy with good drainage, though Kentia is adaptable to a variety of soil conditions. Because the plant is very slow growing, you will most likely keep it in the same container for many years. Replace old, spent soil (above the root ball)
supply of water, light fertilizer once a month and bright but indirect light. Tip: Trim off old, brown leaves once or twice a year, or as you see them appearing. The old foliage of many palms needs to be periodically removed and doesn't mean the plant is struggling.
Armonk New York
is best.Watering: Moderate to low water. Water thoroughly once every two to three weeks, depending on whether it receives full sun. Keep the soil fairly dry. Water from spring through fall, allowing the soil to dry on the surface before rewatering. During the winter water only very occasionally (possibly
before watering again. Soil: Use a fast-draining soil, such as cactus potting soil. A sandy-mix soil generally minimizes the probability of root rot. Feeding: Fertilize every month in the growing season, or as infrequently as two to three times per year. Overfertilizing can cause brown tips on the leaves
too much water at once, which can damage growth and health, not to mention cause root rot.Origin: Mexican desert, Belize and Guatemala. In its native habitat, flowers appear on large older trees in upright clusters in the spring and summer.Toxicity: Nontoxic.Caution: The leaves have serrated edges that
sun. Water: Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable to overwatering. Soil: Loamy well-draining soil is imperative to prevent root rot. Feeding: Requires more fertilizer than most
ature water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants by dividing the root clumps. Don't fertilize for a month or two, until the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches
much sun.Water: Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable to overwatering.Soil: Loamy well-draining soil is imperative to prevent root rot.Feeding: Requires more fertilizer than most palms