7 water spout Industrial Dining Design Photos

Reiko Feng Shui Design
2 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design
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down to the original bright red color. Then I created a paint mixture of Benjamin Moore Super White, Farrow and Ball Railings (a black paint) and some water. My staff and I applied it by hand with rags, and just kept working it until the brick walls were the color that I wanted. It was a big job, but worth
down to the original bright red color. Then I created a paint mixture of Benjamin Moore Super White, Farrow and Ball Railings (a black paint) and some water. My staff and I applied it by hand with rags, and just kept working it until the new brick wall matched the look of the aged brick wall. It was a big
“beautifully laid out” — donnatu
studio recreation inc
3 Reviews
The Glass Farmhouse Loft
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Questions1
It's called "umbrella palm" but it's a type of Papyrus. The pot needs to be submerged in water. and it needs a lot of sun.
“Plants+ wood” — pvegs
Modern Dining Room
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I like the mix of wood cabinets and white countertop in this kitchen. Concrete floor just needs soap & water weekly mopping.Easy to maintain look.
“Polished concrete floor” — jessvelt
Seattle Architect & Design Firm
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
open kitchen and dining room
Ideabooks12,953
Questions12
Does anyone know how these floors were done and the actual color? - dye, stain, acid, water? Thanks
“bar” — Kelly Vana
Marco Dellatorre
living room
Ideabooks8,978
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love the walls, may find after moving in that I need to water mark/milk paint some areas to define space for art work or furniture placement. adds great character if needed, can do later myself
“Dining” — Ronda Points
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: George & Jean: Almonte, ON
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Floor-to-ceiling windows replaced previously small ones. "We wanted it completely to the floor so we would be really able to see the water," says George.The Shafers then used leftover concrete from the project to create an L-shaped bench topped with reclaimed barn wood.
“Really like the bench” — tooky58
WA design
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Napa Ledge House
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Corten steel. We applied some muriatic acid to the steel to remove the oils and scale. Misting the material with water generated the rust.
“seats and coten for courtyard” — Mcgrath Construction
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