149 water spigot Living Design Photos

Dlux Images
Armonk New York
Ideabooks2,161
Questions5
full sun is best. Watering: Moderate to low water. Water thoroughly once every two to three weeks, depending on whether it receives full sun. Keep the soil fairly dry. Water from spring through fall, allowing the soil to dry on the surface before rewatering. During the winter water only very occasionally
(possibly only one time the entire winter) to keep the foliage from wilting. Be sure to let the soil become dry to the touch 1 to 2 inches deep before watering again. Soil: Use a fast-draining soil, such as cactus potting soil. A sandy-mix soil generally minimizes the probability of root rot. Feeding: Fertilize
necessary, use a pot that is only an inch or two wider than the previous pot. Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly getting too much water at once, which can damage growth and health, not to mention cause root rot. Origin: Mexican desert, Belize and Guatemala. In its native habitat, flowers
“Lovely teal and beige.” — hnci
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Anti McMansion
Ideabooks6,561
Questions12
What product was used for the clear water based finish?
These are oak floors, 4" planks, with a water-based polyurethane. We used water-based instead of the more popular oil based so they ended up with a paler, whiter appearance instead of the typical yellowed hue.
These are white oak, #2 (that's the cut- we did that for extra variation and some visible knotting), with 3 coats of water based poly.
“"The wall"” — jekki
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Renovation
Ideabooks10,550
Questions7
Plants, water, shade in a courtyard
courtyards Love the idea of a courtyard In the centre of the house” “a cool courtyard. Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as well to keep the area even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard
Create a cool courtyard. Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as well to keep the area even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard have big windows and doors to take advantage of
“Sofa color?” — claraguti
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Jeremy Harnish Designer Finishes
2 Reviews
Laguna 15 project
Ideabooks227
Questions0
mid tone colors on wall, provides great framework for the beautiful water view
water view
“Ceiling” — sarahhfricke
Max Gosslar
Camburi beach house
Ideabooks2,459
Questions3
This floor is hand made using white cement, white marble powder and water apllied in a very thin coat over a rustic mortar base. Plastic expansion joints are used forming squares or rectangles.
Put our TV stand where the TV is. Like the windows over looking the water. My LR furniture will fit.
“Garden outlook” — melsyturner
Alice Burnham, Inc.
Portfolio
Ideabooks66
Questions0
clean line sectional and ottoman- water bird art
water view
“Living room” — debma
Lake Country Builders
9 Reviews
Lake Country Builders
Ideabooks18,010
Questions14
Old water ski chair
Windows over looking water
“Everything” — John Farrar
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Oceanview Living
Ideabooks2,725
Questions2
vertical grain. Details: Water-based and solvent free
The high ceilings, windows and water view. Perfect
“Living room colours” — ingx2
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