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Louise Lakier
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My Houzz: A Ranch Style home in Salem Oregon Evokes Old World European
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what tool(s) did you use to obtain the texture? Use a single color paint or added glaze? thanks :)
masonry shop is a good place to start on advice on what will adhere best to your walls.
“love” — hmeeks0001
Modern Craft Construction, LLC
19 Reviews
Vanderbilt
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materials and tools, the potential spills and stains on the carpet pose a problem. An entire roll of carpet may need to get replaced because of one accident. Still, it provides an extra layer of insulation and cushioning that is ideal in environments where people are standing for long periods of time. Sound
“sillas pero altas como banquitos barra cocina” — Derek Hampton
Decorating Den Interiors - "Decorate with Kate"
Decorating Den Interiors - Decorate with Katie
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helpful tool to help you calculate the quantity you will need. Good luck!
online shopping.
“Wall paper” — kegster
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Turning found objects into art and using space wisely
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are some tools that weigh about 40 pounds.
ntage tools become interesting folk-art pieces when displayed in new ways.
That tool over the barware cabinet is an old timber measurer, which serves as sculptural found object, as does the snowshoe hung in the stairwell.
Agricultural tool...in barn tools
“Window at stairs” — tamgirl999
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
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project. Tools of the trade: Staple gun, new fabric and foam or batting. How-to: Unscrew the seat cushion from the chair. Remove the old fabric and use it as a template to cut new fabric. If the batting or foam cushion is very worn, replace it. Wrap the new fabric over the seat and use a staple gun to attach
project. Tools of the trade: Staple gun, new fabric and foam or batting. How-to: Unscrew the seat cushion from the chair. Remove the old fabric and use it as a template to cut new fabric. If the batting or foam cushion is very worn, replace it. Wrap the new fabric over the seat and use a staple gun to
project.Tools of the trade: Staple gun, new fabric and foam or batting.How-to: Unscrew the seat cushion from the chair. Remove the old fabric and use it as a template to cut new fabric. If the batting or foam cushion is very worn, replace it. Wrap the new fabric over the seat and use a staple gun to attach
“sideboard” — shannonmcallister
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris
Marcelo Brito & Pedro Potaris - Sao Paulo - Brazil
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through. Tools of the trade: Brass or copper brush or wool, sandpaper, liming wax, liming solution or primer, soft rags and clear wax or clear polyurethane.
through. Tools of the trade: Brass or copper brush or wool, sandpaper, liming wax, liming solution or primer, soft rags and clear wax or clear polyurethane.
through. Tools of the trade: Brass or copper brush or wool, sandpaper, liming wax, liming solution or primer, soft rags and clear wax or clear polyurethane
through.Tools of the trade: Brass or copper brush or wool, sandpaper, liming wax, liming solution or primer, soft rags and clear wax or clear polyurethane.
“Painted credenza” — stephareynolds
Benco Construction
4 Reviews
Sims Road
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daybed — shop your house to find stuff you can use. Then finish things off with a small stool borrowed from the garden and a colorful accent wall using leftover paint.
daybed — shop your house to find stuff you can use. Then finish things off with a small stool borrowed from the garden and a colorful accent wall using leftover paint.
“quarto com saleta” — kambim
Clifton Leung Design Workshop - CLDW.com.hk
Royalton - A Perfect Blend of Classic and Contemporary Design
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Antiques Shop in Horizon Plaza in Ap Lei Chau. It is a reproduction piece, not an antique. The two smaller side cabinets in the dining area - are bespoke, custom-made pieces, also by Joineur and made out of rosewood. These were made after the owner got the taller cabinet, so the carpenter from Joineur
Antiques Shop in Hong Kong. The two medium-size wardrobe cabinets flanking it are custom-made rosewood pieces from Joineur, a shop specializing in joinery furniture with a preference for high-density woods such as rosewood and black ebony. Tall bar cabinet: Beijing Antiques ShopPair of rosewood wardrobe
Antiques Shop in Hong Kong. The two medium-size wardrobe cabinets flanking it are custom-made rosewood pieces from Joineur, a shop specializing in joinery furniture with a preference for high-density woods such as rosewood and black ebony. Tall bar cabinet: Beijing Antiques ShopPair of rosewood wardrobe
“Storage” — jabradley
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