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It looks like it is a matte and glossy white glass 1" x 3".
look like these http://www.glasstilestore.com/shop-by-colors-now/white/tao-super-white-glass-tile.html or these http://www.glasstilestore.com/torpedo-1-4-x-random-white-thassos-pattern-marble-mosaic-tiles.html
comfortable eating depth on an island. There are two cabinet boxes back to back here, so the total finished size (with a 1.5" overhang around the rest of the island) is 11" length by 61 1/2" deep. I hope this is helpful! Good luck with your project..
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National Builder Supply (and receive free shipping on any order over $100!): http://www.nationalbuildersupply.com/s/progress-lighting-school-house-pendant.html I hope this helps! -Rachael @NBS
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That's 1/8" grout lines but they look bigger once the grout is installed. The tile's glaze runs off the edges a bit, so that might make it look larger as well
2 1/8" x 4 1/4" 3" x 6" 3" x 6" beveled 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" 6" x 6"
Tali Hardonag Architect
out of my price range. http://www.homedepot.com/Doors-Windows-Entry-Doors/h_d1/N-5yc1vZ25ecodZbuhp/Ntk-All/Ntt-wright%2Bcraftsmen%2Bdoor/h_d2/Navigation?Ntx=mode%20matchallpartial&catalogId=10053&Nu=P_PARENT_ID&langId=-1&storeId=10051&primarySearchOnly=true¤tPLP=true&omni=c_Entry%20Doors&sear
craftsman style door. We sell these doors. Please check out our website http://www.doornmore.com/more-ways-to-shop/shop-by-style/craftsman-home-style.html
Enduring Northwest Landscapes
results I would recommend 1/4"- (minus) crushed granite because it has more angular particles for better compaction. Round rock will not work. If the granite is not available down there you can also try a 5/8"- to 1/4"- crushed gravel, compact it, then set the stone with about an 1"- 1/2" layer of clean sand
sand. After setting the path/patio sweep in another 1" or so of either the 1/4"- granite or sand. Note that this particular path was cut to fit tight (most pieces were cut on one side, especially the edges). Also it is secured on all sides with the black plastic 'snap' edging that is commonly used
other. It's a form of Montana slate, common from the quarries just east of us, but the availability changes over time. It was all dry-set on compacted 1/4"- gravel and edged (black plastic snap edging).
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
Grace Design Associates
can escape. The really low green ground cover is Myoporum parvifolium, the pink-flowered variety (sorry, it doesn't have a common name...) Happy gardening!
I like how they uses multiple what looks like 1x4 or 1x6 to have a layered look on the outside edge of the pergola on
Dwarf Myrtle (Myoporum parviflora) A low-growing evergreen shrub, dwarf myrtle can be kept sheared to a 1-foot height or left on its own to grow up to 2 feet tall. Native to Australia, it takes full sun and is drought tolerant once it's established. This is
Dwarf Myrtle(Myoporum parviflora)A low-growing evergreen shrub, dwarf myrtle can be kept sheared to a 1-foot height or left on its own to grow up to 2 feet tall. Native to Australia, it takes full sun and is drought tolerant once it's established. This is
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
SUPER nice garden with fountain, and big pool
Love this - you could put your hot tired feet in it on a hot summer day1
For side yard children's garden. Fountain to run through. Place in center with short walled hot tub on one side and identical short walled rock box on the other.
garden bridge made of crooked branches
Ami Saunders, MLA
How can i get my garden to look like this?
that are just as soothing and therapeutic but do not cost nearly as much. Please feel free to contact me for these options ranging from $500.00 to $1,500.00. My direct business number is 415-322-8873.
Could we make a waterfall somewhere in our gardens around the house somehow?
If you know red in the garden, then you have probably met a Japanese maple. With cut leaves so intricate, they almost look like blood-tinged lace, Japanese maple makes a statement