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Billy Beson Company
Living Room
Ideabooks16,400
Questions25
I'm interested in learning what type of stone and where the stone came from for the fireplace. It's striking!
I'm interested in learning what type of stone and where the stone came from for the
What does the floor plan look like for this home?
“Windows and window seat with storage” — ayaimah
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Heather Moe
Ideabooks24,717
Questions13
regard to the floors in this Escondido Home. The material is a 5 x 32 porcelain tile, and in this case we actually used a knock-off product that was very reasonably priced. In order to have a successful installation that keeps the look of a wood floor, we have learned to keep the grout joints tight and
herself out of 1 x 1 glass tile in 3 colors, loosely following the metric of a classic Escher design. For the triangle shaped pieces, she had to learn how to first score and then use a nippers to break the tile in perfect 45 degree triangles. Although she used the same mesh as that used for commercially
“Heather Moe This wood floor keeps the grout.” — candyce2
Robin Bond Interiors
4 Reviews
Parade of Homes House
Ideabooks1,612
Questions7
designer a chance to meet you, see the space, and learn more about what you would like to accomplish in the space. This allows her to create a tailored recommendation for you, whether you are interested in the perfect backsplash or an overall scheme. To learn a little bit more about how we work and the services
“color scheme” — donnahavard
Moeski Design Agency
Highpoint Langley Residence
Ideabooks5,120
Questions11
Would love to learn more about the chair?
Amazing home! Would love some information on the pendant
“Railings” — rcgrayes
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Private Residence - CH
Ideabooks1,433
Questions1
Unhappy with the result, she took the polyurethane off and replaced it with a wax finish. That’s how she’s progressed, one DIY project at a time, learning as she went.
Unhappy with the result, she removed the polyurethane and replaced it with a wax finish. That’s how she’s progressed, one DIY project at a time, learning as she went.
“Everything.” — Abby Sprauer
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
17 Reviews
Klimpt Inspired kitchen
Ideabooks7,654
Questions11
We're putting in a contemporary kitchen. I'm interested in learning more about the contemporary lighting you've selected and the pendants. Are they LEDs. Tell me how you analyzed/determined what you selected. Thanks
Decor for the info and suggestion. This is fun and time consuming at the same time. One of the challenges and rewards of building/decorating is learning what's out there, determining what you like/love. I'm becoming an adict! Houzz has become a great reference/source. Wen I've exposed myself to
is more structural in nature, but the way in which it is wrapped in an espresso-stained wood mirroring the island below, makes it feel perfectly at home in the contemporary kitchen. Notice how the touches of dark stained wood throughout the kitchen — toe kick, island, beam, cabinet crown molding — tie
“Engineered wood in kitchen. Maren? Jim” — Jim Strachan
Van Wicklen Design
8 Reviews
austin kitchen
Ideabooks7,839
Questions12
when we sold the house....I'm sure they're still looking great..... before we used Waterlox we had to use mineral oil all the time....but once we learned about Waterlox I'm not sure if we ever had to use the mineral oil again or not....if we did, it was only once in a blue moon....Waterlox seals them
house anymore...but i would say the marble was great IF you don't mind the slab , over time, acquiring some of the dull stains ...we like patina in our home, so it didn't bother us....if you get a marble with alot of "movement"/veining, then the stains don't stand out as much....ours was honed supposedly
when we sold the house....I'm sure they're still looking great..... before we used Waterlox we had to use mineral oil all the time....but once we learned about Waterlox I'm not sure if we ever had to use the mineral oil again or not....if we did, it was only once in a blue moon....Waterlox seals them
“floors” — nshughes
Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
3 Reviews
Deloache Project
Ideabooks2,465
Questions4
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