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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks7,229
Questions9
Terrazzo Flooring pros - durable cons - expensive and hard to install Found in kitchens, schools and large commercial buildings popular
Terrazzo Flooring Pros - durable Cons - expensive; hard to install Found in kitchens, schools
Terrazo. Pros- it's very nice, easy to clean, cheap. Cons- Hard to match with the walls. You would find this in the kitchen. It's popular.
“Color combination lighting materials light” — Karen Mueller
Traditional Hall
Ideabooks2,950
Questions5
Marble. Pros- very beautiful. kind of difficult to install. Cons- It would be difficult to match your furniture and wall color with. This would look nice in a kitchen, dining room or bathroom. Floor is popular.
Marble Flooring: Pros- they are very beautiful Cons- These
Marble Flooring pros - durable cons - hard to install and maintain and its very expensive Found in legislative buildings and museums. Not popular for houses but more popular
“floor” — victoriat1239595
Allan Malouf Studio
Ana Botafogo Bedroom - Prima Ballerina
Ideabooks2,339
Questions2
Coved - Pros: Offers design flexibility, makes rooms look huge Cons: What type of room or building would you find this type of ceiling in:
Coved Ceiling pros - Opens up the room and making it appear
Cove Ceiling: Pros - gives height to the room, opening it up and making it seem bigger and brighter; adds elegance; sound resonates Cons - can be quite expensive They
“Ceiling” — bcassens
Phil Kean Design Group
15 Reviews
The New American Home
Ideabooks4,205
Questions9
doors. Clerestory windows above large windows. The pros are: it looks nice, lets in natural light inside the house. Pros: may be too many windows, and it might let it unwanted light inside. Not very private in some cases Fixed glass windows. The pros: clear and nice. makes the room feel open. Cons: could
“Cool door” — Stephanie Ann
Eclectic Kitchen
Ideabooks10,460
Questions10
Acoustical Tiles. Pros- It looks good depending on what light is surrounded
Tile acoustical ceiling. Pros looks vintage and elegant also it makes the room look more rich. Cons it can be expensive you might not
Acoustical Tile pros - cheap and moisture resistant cons - not always durable Found in kitchens and bathrooms
“Cabinet color and backsplash” — Summer Bauer
Thomas Decks, LLC
7 Reviews
Azek PVC Deck/Brownstone
Ideabooks462
Questions0
PVC Decking Pros: Manufacturers boast its resistance to stains and grease. Similar to composite decking, no stain or treatment is required.
PVC Decking Pros: Manufacturers boast its resistance to stains and grease. Similar to composite decking, no stain or treatment is required. Low maintenance is a benefit
Deck Material--PVC Decking Pros: Manufacturers boast its resistance to stains and grease. Similar to composite decking, no stain or treatment is required. Low maintenance is a benefit
PVC DeckingPros: Manufacturers boast its resistance to stains and grease. Similar to composite decking, no stain or treatment is required. Low maintenance is a benefit, with the understanding that no decking material is truly maintenance free.Cons: Some plastic products can leave a mark if left on the
“Deck” — roynjodi
Frank Valdes
Bay Village Renovation
Ideabooks10,076
Questions11
Pros: Durability is soapstone's top bragging right. It's not unusual in the northeast parts of the U.S. to find soapstone sinks and wood-burning stoves from
Soapstone counters- pros and cons article.
overtaking granite, soapstone has come into its own as a countertop material. It offers subtle, nuanced beauty yet feels humbler than granite or marble. Pros: Soapstone has a natural softness and depth that fits very well with older and cottage-style homes. Although it usually starts out light to medium gray
Pros: Durability is soapstone's top bragging right. It's not unusual in the northeast parts of the U.S. to find soapstone sinks and wood-burning stoves
“I also like this sink made from the same material as the countertops” — Nersel Muehlen
Berger Partnership
Sunny Garden
Ideabooks1,787
Questions2
What used to seem ordinary and humble can now be chic and even trendy, making concrete a very flexible and desired addition to most types of gardens. Pros: When properly installed, concrete walls can last indefinitely. They can also work well in traditional, contemporary or even global styles (think Spanish
beds are aesthetically pleasing, function was the top priority. "Raised vegetable beds were the main focus, and we spent a lot of time weighing the pros and cons of the potential materials in the early stages of the project," Henry says. "We settled on concrete due to its longevity over wood and its
Pros: When properly installed, concrete walls can last indefinitely. They can also work well in traditional, contemporary or even global styles (think Spanish
“raised garden beds for community garden concept. Possibly to be located near the health and wellbein” — sarahfollent
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