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Schrader & Companies
Dog Wash Room!
Pet and sandy feet shower in basement
dog wash / shower for garage
If you'd like to install a pet shower but don't want to deal with a prefabricated tub, this image shows how you can create a space with a shower head, a drain and simple ceramic tiles.More:Renovation Detail: The Built-In Dog BedWhen Pets Rule the Roost
MLM Home Improvement LLC
Columbia Basement Remodel
shower pan...shower tile...shower diverter...shower faucet...shower wall tile
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
Saltwater Pool House
rain shower head
curbless glass shower
indoor shower...outdoor shower
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North VA Design & Remodeling Firm
Best of Houzz 2014
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Nova Remodeling is a fully integrated Construction and Remodeling company specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling for individuals that are passionate about their home and lifestyle.
White Design Co.
6033 Traviata A
dual shower heads
rain shower heads...shower bench
Cook's Kitchen and Bath, Inc.
Hall Bathroom and New Doors Project in Napa, CA
Accessible Shower...body shower
cool shower heads
Frederick + Frederick Architects
lowcountry river house
Where did you get the deer head from?
Where did you buy the deer head, is it real?
Don't like the head but everything is great
One example of a place where a dear head isn't hideous.
Here's a rustic entry/mud room with grass cloth wallpaper, many wood tones — even a trophy head. It gets a refined look from quality materials, hanging pictures, plants and decorative knickknacks. This room is not an afterthought. Instead it is
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
This is all flat casing with 5 1/2" head casing and 4 1/4" side casing. The head is typically biscuit jointed to the side casings, glued and screwed to help control any seasonal movement.
showing in this image. the beams in the hallway are wrapped in gypsum wall board and painted. The bookcase on the right side of the hallway does have a head casing which is on the wall/beam, but it doesn't go up to the break in the ceiling so the top of it is flat. Hope that helps!
These are flush 4 1/2" side and 5 1/2" head casings -- flush with the baseboard too (7/14"). They are from 1x poplar which is 3/4" thick. Hope that helps.
flat casing with 5.5 head casing and 4 1/4 side casing . the head is typically biscuit jointed to the side casings, glued and screwed to help control seasonal movement