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Harrell Remodeling
10 Reviews
Universally Designed Bathroom
Ideabooks10,566
Questions13
Tjhe pony wall is indeed 3 1/2 ft tall - the glass is approx 1/4 inch tempered.
those appear to be 6" tiles on the wall making the pony wall roughly 3 1/2 feet tall by tile count.
1. Add a half-wall to protect against splashes. Ideally, an open shower requires at least a 6-foot buffer zone on every side to avoid flooding the rest
“Shower wall” — mfw123
Michael Tauber Architecture
6 Reviews
red bench and pebble niche
Ideabooks7,777
Questions8
to the next shelf. I teas designed to align with the tile patter which was 1.7" tall each. Good Luck and thank you for your interest. Michael
Ann Sacks, Luxor Grey tile, AS7835-1, 1 3/4" x 17" honed..
Tile: Palapita, Ann Sacks, Luxor Grey, AS7835-1 1-3/4" x 17" field in honed finish.
1st floor
“Corner seating” — saoodhashim
Crown Point Cabinetry
1 Review
Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut
Ideabooks7,320
Questions2
The overall width is 67 1/2" (the countertop that sits on them is 69 1/2" wide). The base heights and depths are standard at 34 1/2" high and 24" deep.
34 3/4" wide, for a total width of 69 1/2". They are both 53" high by 14" deep. The drawer base on the left is 18 1/2" wide, and the base on the right is
“Bar” — happicindycool
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
9 Reviews
Ranch House Renovation
Ideabooks4,398
Questions6
Hello - The fireplace is stone, 1/4" thick veneered over the old brick. Best, Joanne
This is actually a stone tile that is only 1/4" thick, it is from Porcelainosa and it a type of quartz.
1/4" thick veneer stone over brick. Parcealinosas is the company name.
1/4" thick veneer stone over brick, from Porcealinosa, a quartz
porcelainosa quartz stone tile 1/4" thick
This is actually a stone tile that is only 1/4" thick, it is from Porcelainosa and it a type of quartz.
“Fireplace” — Matt Majoli
Studio D Interiors
5 Reviews
Home Office Renovation
Ideabooks7,624
Questions8
"handicapped" in the search box. Universal Design 1.) ... 2.) ... specializes in Universal Design Handicap Access 1.) The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
information. Please take from this whatever is helpful. Best wishes. Houzz 1.) Go to Houzz Ideabooks and enter "Universal Design" in the search box. 2.)
handrails, everything. ... ... 2.) ADA Ramps: ADA Code 4.8 Aging-in-Place 1.) Consult with a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist. You can find one through
“drapes” — lsrour
Elad Gonen
1 Review
bedroom
Ideabooks12,859
Questions7
“To create a shield from door to bed” — veramungai
Dona Rosene Interiors
15 Reviews
Uptown High Rise
Ideabooks10,273
Questions5
the pier 1 chair and ottoman I think it is pier 1 that I have been liking..
Pier 1 Imports and took photos to get an idea of her options and how to pull everything together. She snatched up a striped lumbar pillow at Pier 1, deciding
grays and browns to work with. She found the bed at Weir's for $300 and spent $1,000 on a good mattress and box spring, consulting with Husch by phone about
“Bed” — meghanrita
Klondike Contracting
11 Reviews
Asymmetrical Overhaul
Ideabooks11,047
Questions4
price--it all depends on exactly what you choose. Feel free to give us a call at 1 (800) 873-5673 and we'll be happy to assist you. Also, visit our website at
especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000
especially the better ones that are easily operated. You should budget about $1,000 to $1,500 per lineal foot. So a 20-foot-wide opening would cost about $20,000
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