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Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
104 Shore Oaks
Ideabooks3,597
Questions2
Like the water bubbler and spray
Like water spray...Up sprays?...Sprays and bubblers
“Like the water bubbler and spray” — ronlisa1990
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks1,399
Questions2
Spray fountain
I love the spraying up!
In ground with spray
like fountain spray
“Simple” — Vanessa Kohinka
Becker Architects Limited
21 Reviews
wilmette split level adds penthouse
Ideabooks7,866
Questions9
Love the shower rain spray body spray
Body Spray! Only from one side in this project though... the layout is similar to your downstairs bathroom, but a bit larger. The teak floor is interesting.
Body sprays
“Floor” — alexandp
Janet Paik
Living Room by Catherine Kwong
Ideabooks3,354
Questions9
to smear your hard work. Use spray adhesive. Since you will be working above your head, using a light spray adhesive will be a saving grace in terms of time (and your neck). Look for a spray specifically for stenciling or one with low tack and low residue. Using the spray will allow the stencil to grip
“Curtains” — kjacks12
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks789
Questions3
Work of art. Spray it with starch to make it easier for framing
spray on one side w/spray starch, let
be necessary for certain projects. Despite the loosely woven fibers, it is possible to stiffen it up. Mist spray starch from the craft or grocery store over the burlap before ironing it. Spray one side, let the starch sink in for 10 to 20 seconds, iron and then repeat on the opposite side. Another a
art. The typography on this vintage cocoa bean sack makes a graphic statement in a room rich with eclectic details. Cut the sack down to size and spray it with starch to make it easier for framing. The starch should prevent the fabric from future sagging. Problem: It's too flimsy for the project I’m
“Frame” — bigvol
Todd Brickman designs
Modern Phinney house
Ideabooks226
Questions1
phosphorus. General: Corn dracaena is usually resistant to many common houseplant pests. If your corn plant does become infected with bugs or mites, spraying a mixture of water and dish soap over the plant should resolve the problem. The leaves can become brown due to lack of water, lack of humidity (usually
too much light or direct sun. Try to replicate the corn dracaena's native hot, humid environment (40 percent humidity) by misting corn plants with a spray bottle filled with room-temperature water. Alternatively, group corn dracaena with other houseplants, which will also create greater humidity. Caution:
phosphorus.General: Corn dracaena is usually resistant to many common houseplant pests. If your corn plant does become infected with bugs or mites, spraying a mixture of water and dish soap over the plant should resolve the problem. The leaves can become brown due to lack of water, lack of humidity (usually
“whole room” — maiyaeve
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks12,249
Questions15
Sprayed on or backbrushed paint? Need to know this for future touchups. Sprayed on paint is impossible to match so ask for back brushed.
Paint application methods. One additional consideration is how the paint is applied. It can be sprayed or back-brushed. While a sprayed finish is the best way to get a consistent, smooth surface, it is also extremely difficult to touch up with a brush. If you think
“All of it.” — Michelle Lincoln
Gaulhofer Windows
1 Review
custom windows
Ideabooks2,897
Questions2
they take their toll in your garden. To manage pests, start with the least invasive methods possible — handpicking them or hitting them with a hard spray of water. If they aren't causing too much damage, you may opt to leave them be, but if they begin ravaging your tomatoes or ruining your lawn, be sure
A variety of surrounding plants lighten up the look of a formal rose plot. The roses are still separate and easy to feed, prune and spray, but the look is far from dull.
they take their toll in your garden. To manage pests, start with the least invasive methods possible — handpicking them or hitting them with a hard spray of water. If they aren't causing too much damage, you may opt to leave them be, but if they begin ravaging your tomatoes or ruining your lawn, be sure
“κορνίζα παραθύρου” — ifitsira
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