78 water drain Living Design Photos

South County Post & Beam, Inc.
Block Island Cottages
We used 50% primer and 50% water, but you may like a different combination.
What was the % of the dilution? 50% primer 50% water?
50% water and 50% primer for wood color
Explains pickling technique - 50% primer and 50% water
suggested 50% water 50% primer
50% water 50%primer
“Upper room” — purpledeer
Michael McKinley and Associates, LLC
1 Review
Coastal Living Room
family room adjacent to kitchen with view to water
2 story facing water windows above
The open two story to the water
windows and water view
“Color scheme” — awine14
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Lew Loft II
blot the affected area with a clean damp cloth. Make sure it is only barely wet. Too much water can make the spill worse. Remember to blot, not rub. -Sealed leather can handle a very mild soap and water mixture. -There are leather cleaning products out there. Just make sure not to use one that is
However, those can get lost, or you may have not bought your furniture new. -If the leather is super absorbent, you may want to consider applying a water repellent. It may alter the color of the sofa. -Routine care involves vacuuming, dusting, and wiping the piece down with a clean cloth. This way,
“silver ottomans” — jodiworks
Robert Young Architects
guest house
A closer view at the Lake Guest House shows how those views of the water are visible from inside as well as the porch. When you slide open the glass walls, the fresh smell of the water comes inside. Note the reflection of the water on the glass walls.See the main house
“This type of door” — amimarie12
361 Architecture + Design Collaborative
4 Reviews
Marin Modern Beach House
water view...Fun spot on water
“could live with this for a lifetime” — Mary Rister
Bruce D. Nagel Architect
Westhampton House
water view...windows, water :)
“Railing” — Sarah Bean
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Uptown Penthouse
above, creating a daylit lantern within the center of the space. The concept for the stair began with the metaphor of water as a connection to the chain of city lakes. An image of water was abstracted into a series of pixels that were translated into a series of varying perforations, creating a dynamic
“Chair” — bunaliba
Mitchell Brock
2 Reviews
Lake City Home
support for the home. The glazed windows extend from the underside of the roof plane down to the floor of the main living area, creating a ‘zero edge’ water view and the L shaped deck does not fully extend along the width of the lake façade so that uninterrupted lake and hillside views can be enjoyed from
not what I'm picturing, but really like the blond wood, white and water view love the glass rail
“Glass rail at top of stairs” — mtfb64mk
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