15 Soaps Hall Design Photos

Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
7 Reviews
True Residence
Ideabooks2,931
Questions4
the important thing is to make sure the leather hasn’t become brittle. Pieces like these were built to weather dirt, dust and grime. A little saddle soap applied with a soft-bristled brush, a microfiber cloth and a toothbrush on the detailwork can go a long way in bringing the original luster of a vintage
“Walls” — arants
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
lowcountry river house
Ideabooks33,394
Questions19
don’t overlap on the adjacent boards, or the finish will be uneven. When in doubt, consult a flooring professional for assistance.Stay away from: Oil soaps and citrus oils, which can leave a dull surface residue.
“Ceiling trim” — wailuka
RUFproject
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
Ideabooks1,301
Questions1
soap stone
“glass wall” — opstx
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RUFproject
3 Reviews
Gulf Islands Residence
Ideabooks832
Questions3
soap stone
“Relaxing” — goldielock03
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Earthy Modern
Ideabooks8,811
Questions11
another thing to be aware of is that the Rubio satin soap product is a semi-permanent top coating that needs to be maintained, like old fashioned floor wax, at least according to a distributor I spoke to about it. He told me that the satin soap layer had to be completely removed before any light spot
with the color because the the finish is very dull and dusty looking, even after a damp mop with Rubio cleaner. I'm hoping that 2 coats of Rubio satin soap will give it enough sheen to remedy that problem. If not I'm going to have them restained lighter. I love the color of your floors, do you remember
“flooring” — bailasan5
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
Ideabooks54,900
Questions10
, you can expect them to wear very well. Our favorite tip is to use a good subsurface sealer, and then wash the surface with a soap based cleaner, like Murphy's Oil Soap. The stone will develop a patina, and become essentially permanent, and require nothing more than sweeping and an occasional damp
“organization” — Heather Weiss
Darwin D. Martin House
Ideabooks173
Questions0
the space recalls Wright's design for the Larkin Company headquarters, also in Buffalo and completed two years after the Martin House. Originally a soap company, Larkin expanded into other areas and became a mail-order firm. With Wright it experimented with air conditioning in a large, central open space
“Brick pattern” — jodymachiela
Andrew Feldon
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Remodel
Ideabooks0
Questions0
soap stone
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