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Oak Hill Architects
1 Review
Happy Hollow
Ideabooks3,646
Questions2
landscape sand mound
“Backyard” — dmurray94550
Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks10,808
Questions16
Love the beach and sand tones
“Windows” — hastravel
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks7,369
Questions6
question. The best tool to use is a typical tile cutter using carbide wheel blades to get a great, clean cut. You can also buff the edge slightly using a sanding block designed specifically for glass tiles. Here is a link to a video specifically about cutting glass tiles. I hope it's helpful. http://www.youtube
“Not my fav!” — Tina Hansen
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks4,382
Questions6
Love these sliders. Love the color combination of honeyed wood floors, sand colored walls, would want all wood trim to be a lighter off white than here. This is a good clean background for our darker wood furniture.
“French doors” — hbd694
FRH Designs - Felicia Hoffenberg
FRH Design Consultants
Ideabooks20,669
Questions12
Barstool sand kitchen chairs
“Floors” — chuckbraun
Dura Supreme Cabinetry
40 Reviews
Destined to be a Classic
Ideabooks29,584
Questions14
It looks similar to Sherwin Williams (SW 6101) Sands of Time.
“Office built-ins” — corlossy
Artisan Kitchens LLC
10 Reviews
Seaside whimsy in Centerville, MA
Ideabooks173K
Questions44
color and add a small amount of resistance to water and other liquids, but it will never be completely impervious to staining. Butcherblock can be sanded down to repair scratches and scars. Some people like the patina that comes with usage and wear. If you don't, and prefer a material that always
“Ceilings” — gracen_blue
Scott Sanders LLC
Town and Country
Ideabooks947
Questions3
Match color of couch to walls. Maybe sand?
“Interesting” — joyful78
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