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Laidlaw Schultz architects
Master bedroom
Ideabooks7,568
Questions13
What is the construction detail between wall surface and doorframe?
Bar pull or surface-mounted pulls are a great way of making a pocket door handicapped accessible. The pocket is framed in typical fashion, but blocking is added to push
Laidlaw Schultz architectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Bar pull or surface-mounted pulls. This is a great way of making a pocket door handicapped accessible. The pocket is framed in typical fashion, but blocking is added to push
Bar pull or surface-mounted pulls. This is a great way of making a pocket door handicapped accessible. The pocket is framed in typical fashion, but blocking is added to
surface mount pulls for pocket door
Bar pull or surface-mounted pulls. This is a great way of making a pocket door handicapped accessible. The pocket is framed in typical fashion, but blocking is added to
“Pocket door” — danwmdphd
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks3,286
Questions9
If you want toned-down color, add it on horizontal, not vertical surfaces. For example, an orange wall (a vertical field) can be in-your-face overwhelming. An orange countertop (a horizontal field) covers less noticeable surface area and is therefore toned down, despite the bright color.”
color trick - if you want toned-down color, add it on horizontal, not vertical surfaces (ie. counter vs. wall)
tricks: If you want toned-down color, add it on horizontal, not vertical surfaces. For example, an orange wall (a vertical field) can be in-your-face overwhelming. An orange countertop (a horizontal field) covers less noticeable surface area and is therefore toned down, despite the bright color.Her kitchen
“colors” — Hannah Bartholomew
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks6,976
Questions9
base is that it can be used only for interiors, as it will peel and lose its color outside. Once the surface is dry, a grinder is used. Any holes are filled and troweled for a smooth finish. Then the surface is cleaned, polished and sealed. This gives the terrazzo its lovely, shiny finish.The fantastic condition
a layer of sandy cement was added, then a layer of the colored chip mixture was applied to the wet cement. A weighted roller was then run over the surface.Today installers use thinset terrazzo, a mix of epoxy resin and colored chips. Poured onto the slab in a layer that's 1/4 to 3/8 of an inch thick,
“桌椅 橱” — fanfan_3437
Lucy Johnson Interior Design
Mid-Century Remodel
Ideabooks8,429
Questions4
looks more like a built-in bureau than a desk area. But when it's time to pay the monthly bills, the false front drawer reveals an entire working surface. This application's beauty is twofold: When it's not in use, everything resting on top of the drawer can stay in the same spot when you push it back
Love this pull out surface - Like the Stanley Furniture piece.
looks more like a built-in bureau than a desk area. But when it's time to pay the monthly bills, the false front drawer reveals an entire working surface. This application's beauty is twofold: When it's not in use, everything resting on top of the drawer can stay in the same spot when you push it back
looks more like a built-in bureau than a desk area. But when it’s time to pay the monthly bills, the false front drawer reveals an entire working surface. This application’s beauty is twofold: when it’s not in use, everything resting on top of the drawer can stay in the same spot when you push it back
“Desk” — lperry53
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks2,315
Questions4
Organize warranties and manuals Sanitize hard surfaces
5. Keep hard surfaces sanitized. Cold and flu season is fully upon us. Do what you can to keep illness at bay by regularly sanitizing often-handled surfaces. Tables and counters are obvious spots, but don’t miss sneakier areas like doorknobs
“Table, kitchen look” — Heather Weafer
Design By Lisa
6 Reviews
Mid-Century Butler's Pantry
Ideabooks8,367
Questions7
Kitchens Midcentury kitchens were intended to represent the wave of the future. Full of showy, shiny new appliances, bright colors and space-age surfaces, they're designed to look streamlined and cutting edge — at least for their time. Simplicity rules: slab cabinet doors, plain countertop edges, no-fuss
Sleek KitchensMidcentury kitchens were intended to represent the wave of the future. Full of showy, shiny new appliances, bright colors and space-age surfaces, they're designed to look streamlined and cutting edge — at least for their time. Simplicity rules: slab cabinet doors, plain countertop edges, no-fuss
kitchensMid-century Modern kitchens were intended to represent the wave of the future. Full of showy, shiny new appliances, bright colours and space-age surfaces, they’re designed to look streamlined and cutting edge – at least for their time. Simplicity rules: slab cabinet doors, plain benchtop edges, no-fuss
“green patch on top” — kmacklem
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks15,886
Questions6
visitors will see once they are beyond the gates. Tip: When using Cor-Ten, keep in mind that runoff from the initial rusting phase can stain adjacent surfaces, like concrete. This phase can last several”
When using Cor-Ten, keep in mind that runoff from the initial rusting phase can stain adjacent surfaces, like concrete. This phase can last several years, so if you decide to use it next to these surfaces anyway, plan on a stain cleanup after the rusting is done.
“Mid century design.” — Barbara Saathoff
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,366
Questions5
If artificial turf isn't your style, but you want a surface you don't need to water, look for a ground material that will provide minimal bounce. Decomposed granite, sand or crushed oyster shells are all options
Decomposed granite on flat surface outside our bedroom.
If artificial turf isn't your style, but you want a surface you don't need to water, look for a ground material that will provide minimal bounce. Decomposed granite, sand or crushed oyster shells are all options
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