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Nouvelle Cuisine
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Concrete love
Ideabooks9,612
Questions7
traditional bridge-style faucets. This style has split connections to the hot and cold intake with a bridge that joins the two to the faucet itself (with
traditional bridge-style faucets. This style has split connections to the hot and cold intake with a bridge that joins the two to the faucet itself (with
“Windows” — Angie Estey
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Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
18 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks40,229
Questions38
important. How can we improve the ventilation in the basement. How does cold and hot weather affect the basement if ventilation is inadequate?
spray it before you got into anything else? does the paint hold up to the hot metal air ducts?
“Ceiling” — jturfhjkgsdvnj
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
11 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks8,112
Questions9
Is the hot rolled steel. sealed or treated in any way?
“Steel trawled cement plaster” — jennay11
Diligence International
Magnifocus Eclate
Ideabooks2,132
Questions1
This is very cool, but very hot I'm sure 8)
“Fireplace” — Deanne Toby
KIMOY Studios
Red Hook Town House
Ideabooks336
Questions1
We designed this stair to be very cost effective using only hot rolled steel profiles. The stringers are "C" channels and the wood treads sit on steel
“Gallery wall kitchen” — djmedina
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Ed Roth Williamsburg
Ideabooks290
Questions1
I like the furniture. It won't get hot.
“Furniture” — jdpohlman
Jose Garcia Design
1 Review
Zinc House
Ideabooks701
Questions1
c est hot
“Viewbank columns” — peacheey
PLACE architect ltd.
2 Reviews
Diva - award winning live/ work in Seattle
Ideabooks906
Questions3
door make sure we finish off the garage with a picture or two. With the hot water heater we might want to use white glass.
“Siding” — mwaltertyler
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