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Steigerwald-Dougherty, Inc.
9 Reviews
San Diego / Point Loma South
gorgeous... looks like an italian or spanish home mixed with a castle haha
“Doors” — ashel
NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture
4 Reviews
Joshua Nimmo
workers’ living quarters. The name stuck, as terrazzo means “terraces” in Italian. Early Venetian recipes used marble chips pressed in clay and sealed with
“Floor” — Keith Behrens
Digs Design Company
7 Reviews
long shore home
Love this wallpaper for a bathroom
Little cubbies in between rooms (master bathroom and master bedroom? needs a door though...)
Cool elephant...bathroom idea
“love wallpaper” — campycraft60
Michelle Hinckley
sure that is wallpaper...it could be painted. i did this in my powder bathroom. all you need is a level and good painters tape.
love for bathroom or laundry room, but stripe is too
Stripes for bathroom or a bedroom...Bathroom paint...idea for paint in bathroom?...Stripes bathroom
“I like the stripes but not too much” — Tracy Mongoven
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Hyde Park Renovation
Love this sink for our bathroom
Back door or mud room bathroom sink
Floor & Sink for laundry/hallway/bathroom
Out bathroom...basement bathroom
“mudroom sink” — Kristine Gohsman
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
I like this nice bright look for the bathroom
Nautical bathroom for guest bathroom...Kid bathroom...Kids bathroom...Basement bathroom...for the cabin bathroom
“entry, cute” — Linda King
Scheer & Co.
4 Reviews
Harlem Apartment - Hall
bathroom idea...bathroom attic...bathroom wall?
“stripes” — jenlynjen
Statkus Architecture Pty Ltd
5 Reviews
Northcote Studio
Concealed laundry and guest bathroom adjacent double doors opening to deck, studio and yard. Photo by Matthew Mallett
space between a laundry hidden behind the first three cupboards with a bathroom behind the 4th (furthest back) door. The timber framed glass door on the
area while the door at the back (shown open) conceals and accesses a guest bathroom/ powder room. Each door is clad in Tasmanian Oak wood veneer on both sides
awayDeceptively simple, this hallway includes a concealed laundry and guest bathroom. Thin stainless-steel handles provide easy access to these handy rooms
in this home in Melbourne’s Northcote, concealing the laundry and guest bathroom adjacent to large sliders.See more of this home
“Tiles rumpus” — mddevine
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