6,047 62x36x23 Living Room Design Photos

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Claudia Leccacorvi
5 Reviews
While at CHil Design Group
This was a vein cut travertine in a caramel colour. It was a 12" x 36" tile.
This is a vein cut travertine tile in a 12"x 36" format.
This was a vein cut travertine in a 12" x 36" format.
Vein cut travertine 12 x36 Carmel color
12x36 travertine tile. Same tile but two different sizes for the accent.
vein cut travertine in a caramel colour. It was a 12" x 36" tile.
This was a vein cut travertine in a caramel colour. It was a 12" x 36" tile.
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josh wynne construction
5 Reviews
No troubles at all. There is a very clear diagram in the LHD62 installation manual showing the required vertical offsets as related to the horizontal object distance. In this case we are about 3" of projection at
Sorry for the delay! Our LHD 62 is 15" off the floor to the bottom trim. Technically, we do not have a mantle. The display shelf is 9' from the floor. I used the LHD 50 in my TipTopHaus
That is the Napolean LHD62 Natural Gas fireplace.
The wall is an exterior masonry wall. There is a 2x firring fastened to the masonry clad in a CBU board. The quartz is thin set to the CBU board. That leaves about 2 3/4" from the face of the tile to the
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Jody Brettkelly
Brettkelly Re-model (Our House)
Really beautiful! Could you please share the name of the Porcelenosa tile and is it 12x36? Thank you!
.porcelanosa-usa.com/home/products/tile/wall.aspx/d=15427/title=Shine_Aluminio”“Could you please share the name of the Porcelenosa tile and is it 12x36?
August 24, 2013 at 8:35am Like Thanked by debfish1 karenllee58 Really beautiful! Could you please share the name of the Porcelenosa tile and is it 12x36? Thank you! September 10, 2013 at 4:20pm Like PRO Jody Brettkelly I will have to look it up - yes its the large ones. it's light grey with slight brown
12 x 36 laid side to side
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Well, the roof pitch is 5 1/2:12 and the ceiling follows the roof pitch, so the angle is 24.62 degrees.
This room is 17'-8" wide by 23'-11" long.
Hello, Approximately 17' - 6" wide x 24' - 0" deep. Hope that helps!
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Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Living Room
We have a four level side split home, a 9x12' foyer, leads up to our living room 13x23', the kitchen is off this; also dining room. I wanted to paint the foyer and other rooms LR, DR,Kitchen and hallways. the foyer
LR, is a soft yellow the DR. is Dijon mustard and Kitchen (small) closed in is another yellow. I want to have a whole new look, in the foyer we have 12x12" tiles the LR & DR. are golden oak hardwood. What about a greyish beige, warm colors. I wanted just chairs in the living room circled around our square
dimensions of this room? (Length x width x height). Are there more photos of this room?
We used a Town and Country TC36.
not very helpful, so you know the W X H X F of the firebox?
look at Rocky Mountain Hardware they have a similar style. Go to: http://rusticahardware.com/rocky-mountain-hardware-metro-multi-point-entry-set-1-34-x-11/
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Eclectic Living Room
lamp shade should be 2/3 the height of the base
Shades..2/3rds the height and 5" wider on each side
shade that's 2/3 the height of base
shade=2/3 the height of the base
lampshade height is 2/3 the height of base, so it doesn't look top or bottom heavy. Round shade on round base, square shade on
lamp shade 2/3 height of lamp
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Marcye Philbrook
11 Reviews
New Castle Modern
Another questions re: cutting tiles? The largest I can find is 12 x 24 and 18 x 18.
opening is 36" wide x 24" tall and it sits at the floor, I would do 12" x 24" tiles either side of the fireplace so the grout line at the top of the tiles lines up with the top of the opening. You almost treat the opening as a tile. The row just over the opening would probably have two 30"w x 22"h tiles
the fireplace opening and the width of the wall, and decreased the height of the stones from bottom to top. They ranged from 56"w x 23"h for the bottom two rows to 56"w x 19"h at the top. With either concrete or limestone be very careful of the type of mastic used to adhere them to the walls...both concrete
tiles so the vertical seam is centered over the fireplace. The next row up might have tiles 22" high and do the12", 36", and 12" again. Repeat the last two rows' widths at 20" high and that will bring you up to 9'. You just have to work it out on graph paper depending on what your opening is. You have the
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