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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
cotton jones retreat
Ideabooks1,121
Questions1
the table and chairs are sitting on, is 1/4" - 1/2" mixed black pea gravel /beach pebbles laid no more than 1 1 2/" deep for easy of walking. The path in
the table and chairs are sitting on, is 1/4" - 1/2" mixed black pea gravel /beach pebbles laid no more than 1 1 2/" deep for easy of walking. The path in
1/4" - 1/2" mixed black pea gravel /beach pebbles
“Black pea gravel and beach rocks” — jshanes
BAAN design
Lake Washington residence
Ideabooks4,119
Questions5
The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar The baseboard is 1x4 painted poplar
Base and Casing - Base 1 x 4 Painted Poplar Door
Door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar Baseboard is 1x4 painted poplar
The door trim is 5/4x2 painted poplar The baseboard is 1x4 painted poplar
1x4 baseboard square with eased edges...1x4 baseboard...1st floor...Baseboard option 1
“For a more contemporary interior, use a shorter baseboard or no baseboard at all.” — emme10
1:1 arquitetura:design
Box House by 1:1 arquitetura:design
Ideabooks768
Questions0
The Box House, Brasília1:1 Arquitetura:DesignPhotography by Edgard CesarOur first house takes us to Brasília, Brazil’s capital, in the country’s central
Heritage Site. It’s also one of the World Cup’s host cities. This house, by 1:1 Arquitetura:Design, is a 700-square-foot (65-square-meter) concrete box. The
“just the photo composition and colors. for when we photograph it” — Laura Schmitz
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
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CORE Architects
Interior Design
Ideabooks6,570
Questions13
length of the room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room. For example:
wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently
length of the room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room.
length of the room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room. For example: If
wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to efficiently
“Flooring” — nicke75
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
SD House
Ideabooks10,089
Questions6
Close - Roughly 1" x 1-1/2" (Ipe wood) - go back to the main photo. there's more discussion and
sliding mechanism was pretty basic industrial barn-door style hardware. 1x1'1/2
Is this screen made of 1 x 1 's?...Wall 1...Privacy Screen 1
“Love screen” — loriaustin14642
Roundabout Studio Inc.
5 Reviews
Roncesvalles House
Ideabooks5,809
Questions14
Saltillo TIle here in Toronto. For this area we used a combination of 1"x1" white matte and 1"x1" glossy black hexagonal tiles.
On the floor we used 1"x1" white matte hex tiles, with a glossy black border. They were sourced from
The large 5 x10 subway tile & the 1 X11 white matte hex tiles with Black gloss hex tile trim
Floor? 2/24 BM: ~1" hexagonal tiles w/ trim. Classic look.
for 1st floor main bath, like the large white tiles
“5x10 subway tile” — bluesun207
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks13,869
Questions15
we just had these installed…..these grout lines look 1/16" which is a very clean look….but our contractor used 1/8" inch and
i'm considering having them rip it all off and re-installing with a smaller 1/16" grout line. thanks for the feedback!
Possibly Ann Sacks Avalon II in 4 1/8 x 19?
White tile- grout spacing between these subway tiles "1/16"
Grid pattern for Master Bath + light grey grout color. According to pic it's 1/16 grout line?
“I like the way the tile is placed.” — lyntrater
Elad Gonen
1 Review
hall
Ideabooks4,582
Questions4
square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent)
square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. LED light 13 watt=60 watt incandescent
square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent)
“Floor lights” — Nick Fifield
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