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Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks1,645
Questions2
The service entry, with boot storage and sink set into the upper floor. Photo by Emma Cross
Entry with boot storage, sink, concrete floors, stone walls
quirky but kinda cool, sink in floor.
Sink same level as the floor
Split level internal rammed earth - sink set into upper floor level (interesting!)
note...sink and floor on same level
home – the service entry, with simple sink and boot storage. Timbers used throughout in benches and the kitchen are recycled Grey Ironbark, which has a beautiful natural variation in colour. See more of this home
The service entry, with boot storage and a sink set into the upper floor is a taste of
“Cieloraso” — carliya
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks945
Questions0
depth of stone over sink vanity
Sink flows into wall tile
Guest sink...sink cabinet...Sink faucet...Nice sink
“Looks like a hotel/resort!” — r_howard
Pitsou Kedem Architect
Tel-Aviv Penthouse Apartment
Ideabooks351
Questions1
where does someone find a sink like the one in this hallway, on the westcoast of canada?
is. sink in cabinet. handleless cabinets. vanity.
hallway "powder room" . Frameless cabinets with integrated handles are flush against the wall, the sink is built
shower area — or rather, the shower is where this hallway "powder room" ends. Frameless cabinets with integrated handles are flush against the wall, the sink is built into the countertop, and the toilet is marked by a door handle barely sticking out of the door frame.
shower area - or rather, the shower is where this hallway cloakroom ends. Frameless cabinets with integrated handles are flush against the wall, the sink is built into the worktop, and the toilet is marked by a door handle barely sticking out of the door frame.
“Soft beige "suede" walls...white cabinetry” — jacqueejh
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks1,426
Questions2
the light at the botom of the sink
Glass wall behind sink
wall hung sink cabinet.
Sink, view of trees...Lights under sink
“lighting under cabinet” — paularlev
Osborne Architects
3 Reviews
Baer Retreat
Ideabooks8,890
Questions5
bring the river to mind. Interior wall, shower floor: Bali, Ann Sacks; tile: Fireclay; vanity wood: salvaged teak; wall color: Osage, American Clay; sink: Wetstyle
Above Counter Vessel Sink
Osage, American Clay; sink: Wetstyle”
trough sink...vessel sink...I like the sink...Vessel sink
“texture, mosaic pebbles” — macecoll
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks8,353
Questions8
Love the floor where is it from, pre finished, manufacturer.
Yes, it's a wood window with aluminum cladding on the exterior. It was manufactured by a company called Sierra Pacific. Other companies such as Andersen and Marvin, manufacturer similar windows. Best of luck to you.
it's a wood window with aluminum cladding on the exterior. It was manufactured by a company called Sierra Pacific. Other companies such as Andersen and Marvin, manufacturer similar windows.
“Like the floor color” — Kendra Miller
2 Design Group
3 Reviews
Kitchen - P
Ideabooks533
Questions5
Do you happen to know the window manufacturer?
loft sink area for coffee
Little sink
“Parte superior” — reginatoller
Leslie Saul & Associates
10 Reviews
Boston Condo
Ideabooks2,424
Questions2
narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. Prime it right. Use a primer that's designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer's instructions. (You'll almost always need more than one coat.) Let it dry completely between coats.
narrow brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. Prime it right. Use a primer that's designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer's instructions. (You'll almost always need more than one coat.) Let it dry completely between coats.
brush that you can manipulate around bumps and crags. STEP 4: Prime it rightUse a primer that’s designed for masonry and apply it according to the manufacturer’s instructions. (You’ll almost always need more than one coat.) Let it dry completely between coats.
“whitewashed brick hallway” — megfraumano
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