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Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Striking a Balance-Bathroom
Ideabooks28,820
Questions25
The mesures are, the wall where you put the sink is 1.35 metre x 1.50 m. the other wall.The door is in the same position as in the picture.Now, In my bathroom the sink is in the same position than the picture,
there a coating on this glass? 3/4 or 1/2 inch thick? Thanks!
I can't tell you the price. The project was built by a General Contractor who gave us a price for the entire job. We don't get pricing for each individual part of a project. The glass is 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch thick tempered glass. the
“shower” — Rick N Meg Roof
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Keates Residence
Ideabooks15,298
Questions13
Hi, The column is approximately 11 1/4" square. The center panel is approx 8" and the corner pieces are 1 1/4 ". This project was built in 2006 so the details are dead filed and I don't have access to the exact dimensions
Hi I'm not sure which "tiny piece" you are referring to. At the top, below the crown is a 7/16" by 1 3/8" "parting bead" That may be what you are looking at. I hope that helps
Alico Skeet Pend Small Black, FRPC6301-31-15, 1x50w GY6.35 Hal 12v, Item#: 6856
“Half wall” — angelawi
Cabinets and Beyond Design Studio
2 Reviews
Bathroom - Floating Vanity Lyptus
Ideabooks18,904
Questions23
Its Ladena by Kohler 23 1/4" wide x 16 1/4" depth x 8 1/8" height
The vanity is 36" from floor to top of the counter. The counter is 1.5" h. The vanity is 24"h raised 10.5" from the floor.
Cabinets and Beyond Design Studio The vanity is 36" from floor to top of the counter. The counter is 1.5" h. The vanity is 24"h raised 10.5" from the floor.
“Tile is Clean!” — cherie561
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Master Bath
Ideabooks26,962
Questions26
My experience may be skewed because we're in NYC but I'd budget approximately $1500 for 1/2" thick, "Starphire" or "low iron" glass. You could get away with 3/8" thick but the 1/2" is nicer. "Low iron" glass is also more expensive than typical float glass because it goesn't have the
Hi, Thanks for the compliment. There's no door to the left of the fixed glass. We actually adhered an extra layer of 1/4" sheetrock to the wall so the finish planes of tile and wall align (grout line between the two). The vertical glass panel is recessed into an aluminum
Measure the bathroom exactly. Draw the finished wall measurements, right down to the 1/8 inch. Most tubs are 60 inches wide, and this is a great width for a shower. The depth is the kicker. Aim for at least 32 to 34 inches from the finished tile wall to the future glass shower door. You will also need
“Glass tile” — scrapp1e
Tanby Swimming Pools
Outdoor Pools
Ideabooks21,824
Questions22
this one is 2" thick but for limestone, it is a questions of the limestone used. There are many limestones that can be used in our climate at 3cm (1 1/4") or above (depending on size of slabs) but there are many that will not hold up at all.
Pool size 13.5 x 6.5m with a constant depth of 1.4m and an automatic safety cover. Thank you!
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L.S. Design
Master Suite Renovation
Ideabooks1,776
Questions4
nailhead wallpaper?!/?1?1?1?1?
Chambre causy 1
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dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Master Hall
Ideabooks44,691
Questions30
baseboard approaches the door and it's turned on itself, does that result in having to set the casing as much as 1/2" from the door leaving the doorframe exposed 1/2", instead of the usual 1/8"? Thanks again!
us. We live in a 100 yr old house. I believe we have white birch floors (at least that's what we used on our family room edition). It's the narrower 1" board that does not have as much training/variation as the oak used here. This is exactly the look/color I was going for as we have a lot of wood detail
the casing back from the jamb to allow the base to wrap back into the doorway and be received by the jamb. The step back is 7/8" rather than a typical 1/8" and you can see a glimpse of this along the right hand side of this image. Thanks for your question and good luck with your project. dSPACE Studio's
“Pir floor” — Stephane Plouffe
Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Powder Bath
Ideabooks7,486
Questions5
Capri 1 Pendant
1/2 bath...1/2 bath main floor
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