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Artisan Kitchens LLC
Seaside whimsy in Centerville, MA
base of the one with the dog bowls but do not want it in blue just a rustic wood in that design with the solid butcher block that has a little more darker color to it and just need to get this pictured saved also but it will not let me
There are three bowls. 1 is usually for food, the
what are the three stainless bowls for
I can't feed my dogs too close together like that, but having a watering bowl that is tapped in to the sink...THAT would be cool! Could that be done? That refills when getting too low
the dog bowls how adorable ! my whole kitchen is going to be done in wood rustic design no color except on backsplash Indian colors and maybe possibly with some kind of Indian border design around the top of the room above the cabinets !
Arkin Tilt Architects
A dining room table made of re-cycled bowling alley lane anchors the spacious dining area that opens up to the patio. © edwardcaldwellphoto.com
this reclaimed bowling alley table with a better view of the legs.
It's custom made from recycled bowling alley - hence the old fashioned bowling pins. A great source
*Wood table metal chair, multiple noguchi lamps
Love the table reclaimed from a bowling alley and the leaves pressed
look with old bowling alley stuff, get one of the gorgeous tables or desks artisans make out of old bowling lane wood.
Love the look of the table. Recycled is !
table's surface is made of wood from a bowling lane.Your turn: Please share your clever reclaimed projects from your homes below!
Tamara Bickley Design
Northland, Atlanta Ga
This amazing bowling alley in the terrac
How long should the room be to have a bowling set
was the project manager for this home bowling alley. He works at Fusion Bowling. A regulation bowling alley is 86.5 feet long. A single lane setup is 7 feet wide. A pair of lanes requires 11.5 feet.
What are the dimensions of the bowling lane? what about a double (side x side)
the furniture construction in the bowling alley is metal bar chairs. The treatments in the bowling alley include the deferent colored walls. for the color part their is alot of eye catching colors. the lighting is flourecent.
I'd LOVE to have a bowling alley in my home. *sigh* Some things are
I like this because it has a bowling place!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Weatherfield Residence & Pool House
What is the cost to install the bowling alley?
I would like know the cost associated with installing a bowling alley in your home. What is the exact amount of room size is require. Can the Callaghan interior Designs travel
The consultant that helped us with the design and installation of this bowling alley is Capital Bowling Services in Livonia, Michigan. Hopefully they can give you a good idea of cost and square footages. Check out their website at: ...
brown Metal- has old fashion tractor seat stools
My dream man cave has a bowling alley
Karen Ellentuck. ASID
I am not familiar with Curava. There is also Eco Crush from Bend Oregon that is made from recycled glass.
It is made by Vetrazzo and is recycled glass.
part of the Curava team-Curava is a resin based product-- not concrete. Which means it has all the attributes of quartz materials. It includes 60% recycled glass and also qualifies for LEED points. Our product is manufactured in Verona Italy. Currently Curava is available throughout most of the country
Recycled glass countertop, pretty mosaic tiles underneath.
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
Hi Jamshid, the sink has a chrome finish. We actually converted a houseware bowl to achieve this sleek looking, affordable mini sink.
Thanks for asking! The sink was actually custom made by the homeowners using a salad bowl.
sink made from a salad bowl
Sink from a mixing bowl...great idea for the bar
Something Caleb might do: a sink made from a bowl
Sink built from a salad bowl. Clever!
re-use one of the dairy stanchion drinking bowls...
Tiny sink from a salad bowl
Sink is made from a salad bowl! A stained, sealed, solid wood countertop would be lovely around a sink, too.
this sink is a salad bowl
shiny sink made from salad bowl?
made from a salad bowl. The designers drilled out the bottom to connect the plumbing and surrounded it with a simple plywood ledge.
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
Where can I get metal edging like the one in this photo. How wide is it and should it be set in concrete?
"Bender Board The basics: This is a plastic lumber made from 100 percent recycled polyethylene plastic and is very flexible and durable. It generally comes in 20-foot lengths
board. Plastic lumber (recycled) very flexible and durable. Generally comes in 20-ft lengths.
grey gravel with metal border.... neat.... dresses
wood is rot resistant, it will not last as long as recycled-plastic bender board. Both types of bender board require the separate purchase of stakes for installation."
"Bender Board The basics: This is a plastic lumber made from 100 percent recycled polyethylene plastic and is very flexible and durable
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Who makes the corrugated metal siding?
metal roof, white siding, black window frames, wood accents
The most common recycled plastic, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) comes from water pipes and bottles (marked with a number 2 in the recycling symbol). HDPE
How can we use more recycled products for the addition
Corrogated paints metal side and roof , wood acents
Kielman used a composite material trim made from recycled milk bottles and other plastic products combined with waste wood material; this trim is used throughout the exterior and in the area of windows and the entry (this image).
UsesThe most common recycled plastic, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) comes
comes from water pipes and bottles (marked with a number 2 in the recycling symbol). HDPE is commonly downcycled into products like plastic lumber, garden furniture, garden planters, roadside curbs, trash receptacles and exterior trims — such as the one on this contemporary farmhouse in Vermont.