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11 Reasons to Paint Your Interior Doors Black

Brush on some ebony paint and turn a dull doorway into a model of drop-dead sophistication Full Story
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Pat Reed
mirador...I agree with you...will most likely leave the bedroom/bathroom doors white. Also basement door and laundry room door. With both of those at the end of steps or hallway, it would appear more open if black. I think doors with windows in them have a better chance of avoiding this feeling. I do love my pantry door and it may be enough for me right now.
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maryannelooby
As far as overnight guests walking into closed black doors I would leave the interior side white unless it truly compliments the bedroom décor. Frankly, if I had overnight guest wandering my home in the dark, I would question what they were doing? Turn on a light in your bedroom and find your way from there, or carry a small flashlight in your bag so you can light your way. Don't be creeping around in the dark.
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Go Au Naturel in the Bath With Beautiful Stone

Add rocks and pebbles to your bathroom design for organic texture and practicality too Full Story
     Comment   July 13, 2014
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Susan McFarlane
I am a rockhound, so this was fun! Loved them all.
July 21, 2014 at 7:31pm   
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meiniac
Just as Patricia Pelgrims said above, we clean our shower after every use. With river stones on the shower floor, and tiled walls, we use a squeegee on the walls and a brush on the floor after every shower. Never had a problem with soap scum. I do use Mrs. Meyers bathroom cleaner when I want to get everything really clean, and a diluted vinegar solution on the chrome fixtures.
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Design Workshop: The ‘Disappearing’ Guardrail

Putting the focus on the view instead of the rail on a porch or balcony is sometimes clearly the best option Full Story
     Comment   July 3, 2014
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redryder60
Maybe it's just me but I need a rail where I don't feel I'm gonna fall off! I like the idea of these transparent ones but too many are too scary!
July 2, 2014 at 12:36pm   
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tetam
Great article!
July 10, 2014 at 4:39am     
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