natural stone floors were laid to bring an updated flare to this century homes entry/mudroom/laundry back porch.
Original windows were maintained and beadboard added. A salvaged double cast iron sink was installed in a sturdy cabinet that provides excellent needed storage. An upper cabinet was rescued
Northern Stone Supply as they have mentioned above. Also I said that it has a roughness or unevenness like slate without the shale edges, not, that it looks like slate as Benjiik has mentioned. It looks nothing like slate.
I'd never seen anything like it before and loved the fact that each tile is a different
although the cast iron finish is not as shiny in the bowls it was in perfect condition otherwise.
with a stone and wood inlay floor, a box beam ceiling, and an impressive fireplace that lavishly separates the living and dining rooms. The kitchen is built to handle seven children, including copper-hammered countertops intended to age gracefully. The master bath features a celestial window bridge, which
We just have the brick sealed with a typical stone tile sealer once a year to keep the dust down and prevent staining. Wax tends to build up over the years and is difficult to remove and re-wax. Don't use polyurethane