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Michael Tauber Architecture
5 Reviews
Concealed lighting at the backsplash effect
Ideabooks4,181
Questions9
1calgarian Tile is glass mosaic from Walker Zanger - CAG poppy artisan field, item # 1CAGPOPAF, Glad you like it. Should I assume you are from Calagary? Good luck, Michael
msrhae1 The faucet is hans grohe axor massaud. Glad you like it. Michael
field - 1CAGPOPAF Thank you for asking, Michael
basement 1/2 bath - light behind the mirror
“The red tile backsplash” — mrzweber
Jeff King & Company
6 Reviews
Powder Bath
Ideabooks6,805
Questions5
Capri 1 Pendant
1/2 bath...1/2 bath main floor
“Vanity” — Steph Hilton
Elad Gonen
1 Review
bathroom
Ideabooks9,262
Questions6
solution for B1. Wall to wall vanity unit. Maintenance? Wood?
Powder room 1...1/2 bath Eric's...1/2 bthr
“Cool vanity” — jwenz
Perello Building Corporation
5 Reviews
Modern Tuscan Estate
Ideabooks7,197
Questions7
1st and 2nd floor are 8,000sq. feet
stone is 1/2" crushed natural gravel. Depending on your location there are several variations for the source of the crushed gravel.
1/2" crushed natural gravel. use 3 - 4 inches of crushed concrete blend also known as RCA. I
1/2" crushed natural gravel. Edging is Belgian Block. For weed suppression, 3-4" crushed concrete blend, aka RCA.
“Driveway boarder” — porterfarm
DeForest Architects
7 Reviews
zipper house
Ideabooks16,523
Questions12
battens are 1x2 16" oc per the answer to another question they gave
I believe they are 1x2's at 16" on center. Note that Hardie has specific requirements for attaching panels to framing that may affect your layout. If you depart from nailing the battens to the framing, you'll need to check the technical
there a 1/4 in gap between panels or are they butted together? Thanks!
“le gris et le cedre” — labbe_nathalie
Beckwith Interiors
4 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks18,487
Questions24
about 4 1/2" x 9" x 2 1/2" thick typically (also available in "splits", 1 1/4" thick), but these appear to be split the long way (so they're 2 1/4" x 9") to create a more elegant herringbone effect. The "buff" color above is the most common, but there are other colors available: http://www.superiorclay
“colors” — his_apostrophe
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
Ideabooks8,362
Questions13
are: 3-1/2", 1'-11", 5", 1'-11", 3-1/2". Top to bottom are: starting with the large panel 4'-4 1/2", 5", 2'-6". Remember it's all about proportion. Hope that helps.
“Fireplace” — sjmclark
Interior Makeovers by Annie OCallaghan
1 Review
Interior Makeovers by Annie OCallaghan
Ideabooks2,126
Questions11
actually 1 1/2" molding placed about 2 1/2" on either side of the edge at the bottom of the angled wall and at the top of the angle wall. It is then painted with an enameled paint or semi gloss painted between and including the 1 1/2" moldings to give it the illusion of being one solid molding piece.
“Charming tray ceiling” — beable
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