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debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,653
Questions2
The gravel is 3/8" Mojave pea gravel, a blend of tan, gray and cream gravel bordered with 1" x 4" redwood boards that were soaked in water to make pliable prior to installation.
It's long 1x4 redwood, soaked in water to make them more flexible to bend.
1" to 1-1/2" river rock pathway.
The installation technique is brilliant. Soak 1x4 boards in water prior to installation.
Path Edging: It's long 1x4 redwood, soaked in water to make them more flexible to bend.
Edging...1x4 inch redwood or cedar soaked
“Elevation” — vikijensen
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks10,134
Questions16
From the picture it is tough to see how the door frame was trimmed out: 1. a)top corner cut the corners on a 45 angle? b) side trim from the floor to top of door trim on either side of the door with trim in between c)Top
These are flush 4 1/2" side and 5 1/2" head casings -- flush with the baseboard too (7/14"). They are from 1x poplar which is 3/4" thick. Hope that helps.
This is all flat casing with 5 1/2" head casing and 4 1/4" side casing. The head is typically biscuit jointed to the side casings, glued and screwed to help control any seasonal movement.
Hello, This baseboard trim is from a 1 x 8 poplar and finishes out to 7 1/4" tall. Hope that helps!
base 514 head 41/4 sides with 1x8popular
“Colors” — kathybarth
CORE Architects
Interior Design
Ideabooks5,941
Questions12
room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room. For example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light
room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room. For example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light
area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room.
Find your total wattage. Here's a handy formula to figure out how much light your room needs: Multiply the length of the room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage
“*Like the layout” — diva0545
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks12,568
Questions29
17 1/2" in width, the canopy is 5 1/2" round and the shade size is 10 1/4"h x 17 1/2"w. The little flush mount is the Short School House Flush Mount also by designer Sandy Chapman. The height measures at 19 1/2", width is 14 1/2", the canopy is 5 3/4" round and the shade size is 12 1/2"h x 14 1/2"w
wall sconce is the Pimlico Double Swing Arm Wall Lamp by Sandy Chapman as well. The height is 16", extension is 28" and the shade size measures 2 1/4" x 6" x 6 1/2". These fixtures also come in several different finishes, please call 877.762.2323 for custom height information or inquires, or visit ...
but it's either dark charcoal (probably) or black. If you "dry stack" the tile you'll get a small enough grout line where it won't look offensive. Use 1/16" spacers at most.
“Kitchen lighting” — pelle1
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Vineyard Residence
Ideabooks5,606
Questions3
I recently installed an iron railing that looks very much like this one. The iron rungs on mine are 1 1/4" wide. I'm now trying to find the right hand rail and am not sure how much wider than the iron rung it will sit on it should be, and how thick it
Hi. The steel balustrade is 1/2 x 1-1/2. The wood handrail is 2" wide x 1-1/2" high. Screws attach through the metal into the bottom of the handrail. Thanks for your interest and good luck with your project
The steel balustrade is 1/2 x 1-1/2. The wood handrail is 2" wide x 1-1/2" high. Screws attach through the metal into the bottom of the handrail.
“Steps and railing” — mwold
Wende Woodworking LLC
15 Reviews
Beaded inset Cabinetry
Ideabooks10,063
Questions18
formula, 1 part Library Oak, 1 part Traditional Cherry, 1 part Mission Oak, 2 parts Black Walnut, 4 parts Golden Hickory. Yes this is tight knot, Knotty Alder.
Sherwin Williams BAC Wiping stains, the following formula, 1 part Library
Sherwin Williams BAC Wiping stains, the following formula, 1 part Library Oak, 1 part Traditional Cherry, 1 part Mission Oak, 2 parts Black Walnut, 4 parts Golden Hickory. Yes this is tight knot, Knotty Alder.
Library Oak, 1 part Traditional Cherry, 1 part Mission Oak, 2 parts Black Walnut, 4 parts Golden Hickory. Yes this is tight knot, Knotty Alder.
Sherwin Williams BAC Wiping stains, the following formula, 1 part Library Oak, 1 part Traditional Cherry, 1 part Mission Oak, 2 parts Black Walnut, 4 parts Golden Hickory. Yes this is tight knot, Knotty Alder.
“Kitchen” — kandyce
New Old, LLC
14 Reviews
"chrys"
Ideabooks3,043
Questions8
beadboard - most lumber supply houses carry these. The 2 1/4" size is still oversized (from the 1" or 1 1/4" versions you find in the DIY hardware type stores) and also has a nice deep bead. Good luck!
actually 3 1/4" wide which you can have custom milled by the plank or buy in mdf panels. The only vender that I have found that carries this size beadboard in panels local to Charlotte is ITC Millwork in Indian Trail, NC. An easier option with a very nice look is to buy planks with the standard 2 1/4" beadboard
beadboard - most lumber supply houses carry these. The 2 1/4" size is still oversized (from the 1" or 1 1/4" versions you find in the DIY hardware type stores) and also has a nice deep bead.
“beadboard” — elisep21
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks5,732
Questions12
The baseboard is from a 1x8, so it finishes out to be 7 1/4" tall. The door trim is 4 1/4" wide. Glad to help such a youthful looking fan!
This is painted poplar trim with 4 1/4" side casing and head casings, 7 1/4" baseboard and all 3/4" thick. Glad you like it!
Glad you like it! The hallway is 3' - 7 1/2" wide.
These ceilings are 9' - 6 1/2" high.
straight cut, then biscuited, glued and screwed to minimize movement and telegraphing the joints. The baseboard is from a 1x8, so it finishes out to be 7 1/4" tall. The door trim is 4 1/4" wide. Glad to help such a youthful looking fan!
trim painted poplar with 4 1/4" side casing and head casings, 7 1/4:" baseboard and all 3/4" thick
“trim painted poplar with 4 1/4" side casing and head casings, 7 1/4:" baseboard and all 3/4" thick” — rhodo
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