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Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks5,735
Questions13
is more often seen on stainless steel countertops. It's a built-up thickness, but rather than mitered, the outside edge is raised. I'm assuming the term "marine edge" refers to how this detail keeps liquids from running off the countertop.
is more often seen on stainless steel countertops. It's a built-up thickness, but rather than mitered, the outside edge is raised. I'm assuming the term "marine edge" refers to how this detail keeps liquids from running off the countertop.
“edge” — subystar
SEED Homes
3 Reviews
North Arlington - Contemporary LEED Gold Home
Ideabooks388
Questions0
are 90 percent efficient or better can vent with horizontal vents, rather than vertical. These vents are more versatile and a money saver in the long term. Many energy-efficient appliances also come with rebates.
are 90 percent efficient or better can vent with horizontal vents, rather than vertical. These vents are more versatile and a money saver in the long term. Many energy-efficient appliances also come with rebates.
“I love the light and spaciousness!! The exhaust hood is wonderful, as is the stove, but would rathe” — Maggie Guess
Paul Anater
Cevisama tile trends
Ideabooks199
Questions1
of a building like this, tile isn't held in place with mastic and grout. Rather, it's hung on a metal rack with a layer of insulation behind it. The term for this is a ventilated wall, and it makes for a very energy-efficient building.
of a building like this, tile isn't held in place with mastic and grout. Rather, it's hung on a metal rack with a layer of insulation behind it. The term for this is a ventilated wall, and it makes for a very energy-efficient building.
“Tile” — nooralghazali
Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Urban Living - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks2,629
Questions6
measurements and mark the shape and size on your floor with masking tape or pile up boxes to get an idea of how the three-dimensional piece will fit in terms of scale. But don’t forget to get out your tape measure and “walk” the piece through all the doorways to ensure it clears the building’s entrances.
measurements and mark the shape and size on your floor with masking tape or pile up boxes to get an idea of how the three-dimensional piece will fit in terms of scale. But don’t forget to get out your tape measure and “walk” the piece through all the doorways to ensure it clears the building’s entrances.
“color” — skitchint
Possidento Lightscapes LLC
A Japanese Maple
Ideabooks1,236
Questions1
extremely cost effective over time. Buy the best-quality lighting you can afford. Cheaper lighting will end up costing you more in the long run, in terms of both replacements and energy use. Most important, decide which focal points should be illuminated and which ones are better left to daylight. There
extremely cost effective over time. Buy the best-quality lighting you can afford. Cheaper lighting will end up costing you more in the long run, in terms of both replacements and energy use. Most important, decide which focal points should be illuminated and which ones are better left to daylight. There
“Oak tree” — luke8848
RYAN ASSOCIATES GENERAL CONTRACTORS
2 Reviews
Urban Townhouse
Ideabooks1,049
Questions3
use of Corten steel, a type of weathering steel in which natural rust actually protects the steel from long term effects of weather.
Corten steel, a type of weathering steel in which natural rust actually protects the steel for the long term, is used very effectively in this design as a frame around a large window wall, and as a perforated skin in front of the other glass opening. The deep
“facade” — starstyl
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks1,020
Questions3
I love this window w the arched transom ( Correct term?)
most popular requests is that our clients want their homes to be unique and not cookie cutter. They are willing to experiment to push the envelope in terms of design."
“Paint” — desertgirl
David Vandervort Architects
5 Reviews
NEXTHouse – Seattle, WA « DAVID VANDERVORT ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks1,157
Questions2
to fill in the zone from stringer to stringer. This piece in the foreground acts basically like a wall, but it is clearly part of the stair, both in terms of design and construction.
to fill in the zone from stringer to stringer. This piece in the foreground acts basically like a wall, but it is clearly part of the stair, both in terms of design and construction.
“Railing” — lynnwein
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