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497 tumbled stone Kids Design Photos
Highline Partners, Ltd
Extra long twin mattresses and uppers are accessed by built in stone steps and hand rail which has since been added to stone pillar.
a total dungeon! the wood and the stone, like a log cabin!
fun for kids, rails on built in bunks, stone work, central living space
This is what I'm talkin' about! Stone and a sitting area with a flatscreen tv.
Man cave, dark & cool, casual & comfortable upholstered furniture, varied textures - stone, paneling, carpets, beamed ceiling.
8. Colorado cabin kids' room. This dark sleepover space has just enough of a dungeon vibe to feel fun but not spooky. Stone walls, weathered wood and iron railings flow with the rest of the cabin's style.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
What kind of tile is this - natural stone, ceramic or porcelain. Also, who manufactures it. I want this tile for our fireplace - beautiful!
how does the tile look like stacked stone with tight placement? how is tile printed and is it a mosaic no grout lines can you explain?
material of fireplace? tile or stone
hi , yes it's very nice ! Here is a link of a compagny that sell something similar : http://www.vertical-dimension.com/verticalD_natural_stone_veneer.php
Accents like this stone fireplace surround bring organic elements indoors. Meanwhile, architectural choices like barn doors on a track add a primitive vibe; painting them white
Stephanie Holoien Parks
Do you mind sharing the name of the stone and where it was purchased? Is it a stone veneer?
It is a stone veneer by Eldorado Stone.
Stone for fireplace from elder ado stone
Love this floor w stone!
Stone style...exposed stone...Stone fireplace
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
From House to Home
expression instead. Some ideas to get you started: • Paint an entire wall or door with chalkboard paint.• Install gymnastics mats in a corner for rough-and-tumble play. • Keep simple art supplies at the ready (with a drop cloth nearby for spills).
Lily Z Design
West End Ave Playroom
7. Encourage rough-and-tumble playSoft carpet, cushions or even a floor-bound couch like this one can ward off injuries and maximise fun.
Dufner Heighes Inc
the most awkward corner or under-used nook and has a reassuring sturdiness that is perfect for a child’s room, which can be the venue for rough and tumble! You can also involve you child in the design of the furniture or the materials used, so that they feel extra proud of the results.