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Bravehart Building
36 Reviews
Hillcrest Haven
Ideabooks1,808
Questions2
safety bars - yes or no?
safety bars and corner seat
safety bars, shelf/seat no sliding doors
safety bar & bench...Nice safety bars
“seat corner” — mriadmin
HighCraft Builders
10 Reviews
Vardon
Ideabooks1,861
Questions4
This stylish grab bar, the shower seat and the textured floor are all good safety features.
Secure seating inside the shower is another great safety feature. A generously proportioned built-in bench is so much prettier
Secure seating inside the shower is another great safety feature. A generously proportioned built-in bench is so much prettier than
great safety feature. A generously proportioned built-in bench is so much prettier than a plastic one. This grab bar is another example of an attractive modern style.
“Grab bar” — lizasteel
Yaniv Schwartz - Photographer
ETHAN CARMEL ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks1,660
Questions4
fence for safety - I'm sure this is expensive
glass safety fence...safety gate...looking pool safety...For Pools Safety.
“Pool” — shelleymcmahon
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
21 House
Ideabooks4,611
Questions6
Safety. When it comes to knives, safety is the first priority. Dull blades are a frequently overlooked safety factor. “Dull knives are dangerous because you force cuts,” Cannelora says. The extra effort can result in accidents. “Good-quality knives hold a sharp edge longer,” she continues. “Plus
“paper towel holder” — abmeyers
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
Ideabooks11,522
Questions8
check for safety. As play starts to move outdoors, take a moment to inspect play structures, swing sets and other gear for cracks, tears and other safety issues. Update first aid kits for summer adventures. From bike rides to water slides, summer fun tends to come with a bit of risk. Be prepared to handle
“Height of edging” — kellierogers
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Texas Residence
Ideabooks2,423
Questions2
child safety - Crittall Steel Windows offer much enhanced profile strength over other window materials due to the inherent strength of mild steel (i.e. they will offer much better resistance against being knocked or bashed into!). The use of tempered/toughened safety glass will result in the glass being
child safety in use.....it also gives ones' child safety throughout their whole lifetime, and beyond in terms of sustainability. Hope that answers your question but feel free to ask anything else. Regards, Darren Joyce - Crittall Windows Limited,
laminated safety glass, although just as easy to break as "normal" glass, will allow the glass to break "safely" (i.e. not shatter into lots of small shards should it break as the invisible interlayer in the sandwich of the laminated glass will hold the glass together. Opening windows can have releasable
“I dont like them this large” — newkitchen20
Urban Improvement Company
3 Reviews
Forest Park Southeast New Construction
Ideabooks3,279
Questions2
providing safety yet preserving lightness and elegance.
addressing safety concerns (most jurisdictions require the spacing of any member on a guardrail to be less than 4 inches). These cables are strung through hooks at the floor and ceiling and fished through eyelets mounted to the stair stringer. This gives the full-height guardrail a texture of diagonals rather
addressing safety concerns (most jurisdictions require the spacing of any member on a guardrail to be less than 4 inches). These cables are strung through hooks at the floor and ceiling and fished through eyelets mounted to the stair stringer. This gives the full-height guardrail a texture of diagonals rather
“escalera” — leandrobrea
2Scale Architects
3 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks3,494
Questions3
color, safety bar lol
Safety bar....Safety bae
“Shelf” — tika300wsm
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