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Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
Wyndmoor Residence Kitchen
Ideabooks10,981
Questions21
and backsplash: 1-1/4" thick granite slab from Renaissance Marble & Granite. Color/Finish: Blanco Romano/Polished. Notes: Short Ogee Edge Profile. Kitchen Wall Tile: 2" x 4" Crackle Tile from Pratt & Larson. Color/Finish: #RC-30. Thanks for asking!
Countertop and backsplash: 1-1/4" thick granite
Countertop and backsplash: 1-1/4" thick granite slab from Renaissance Marble & Granite. Color/Finish: Blanco Romano/Polished. Notes: Short Ogee Edge Profile. Thanks for asking!
Countertop and backsplash: 1-1/4" thick granite slab from Renaissance Marble & Granite.
It is 1 1/4" thick granite slab, Bianco Romano polished, short ogee edge profile. Thanks for asking!
Blanco Romano Granite from Renaissance Marble & Granite 1 1/4 " backsplash with...
“colors” — jillshanker
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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Sealy Design Inc.
16 Reviews
Moody Blues
Ideabooks9,857
Questions16
Find them here: http://www.elitefixtures.com/index.cfm/Landmark-Lighting-66144-1-One-Light-Copper-Down-Pendant-Chadwick/p134645 Hope this helps!
and then, rinse the cans with 1 cup of baking soda dissolved into 1 gallon of warm water. Get your silver sparkling with a paste made from 3 parts baking soda and 1 part water. For stubborn stains on plastic storage containers, soak for 15 minutes in 4 parts baking soda and 1 part warm water. Scrub, rinse
and then, rinse the cans with 1 cup of baking soda dissolved into 1 gallon of warm water.Get your silver sparkling with a paste made from 3 parts baking soda and 1 part water.For stubborn stains on plastic storage containers, soak for 15 minutes in 4 parts baking soda and 1 part warm water. Scrub, rinse
“brass pendants” — akd5209
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks11,982
Questions14
stained to match an existing color. We don't have the exact formula but try using a blend of Classic Gray and Ebony from Minwax. Use only a little Ebony (1 part Ebony to 3 parts Gray). The species is a mixture of rift and quarter-sawn white oak. Hope this helps!
stained to match an existing color. We don't have the exact formula but try using a blend of Classic Gray and Ebony from Minwax. Use only a little Ebony (1 part Ebony to 3 parts Gray).
Nice floor/cabinet stain combo - Classic Gray and Ebony (1 part Ebony and 3 parts Gray)
1part ebony to 3 parts classic gray
minwax classic gray with ebony - 3 parts gray to 1 part ebony
Minwax classic gray with Ebony. 3 parts gray to 1 part ebony
Ebony 1 part - 3 parts classic grey
“Floor” — chadeee
Clawson Architects, LLC
24 Reviews
Clawson Architects Projects
Ideabooks66,077
Questions78
picture (with the trusty iPhone) and added Nero Marquina black marble to give it a base color for comparison. The products in the last picture are 1x1", 1.25x1.25", 2x2", 3x3", 4x4" and 5x5" Carrara Venato Hexagon. It is the largest stocked collection of premium Carrara white marble tiles in North America:
style. We are the only in fact the largest supplier in North America of white based Carrara Hexagon mosaics. Sold in 1", 1.25", 2", 3", 4" and 5x5" Hexagon tiles. Also in the picture is 1" Nero Marquina Hexagon as a reference color.
com/cama6xsuti.html You can even see video of this marble being installed: http://thebuilderdepot.wordpress.com/2013/12/29/how-to-tile-a-backsplash-part-1-tile-setting/
“CORNER SEAT” — Richard Crabtree
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks12,438
Questions13
We just did this, and we used soft maple which we milled down to 1/2" x 1-1/2 and stained with a java stain and a satin clear coat to finish it.
“frames” — jennyrose64
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks1,673
Questions3
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front door. It’s sure to make guests (and you) smile.2. Paint your door a bright color.
“owl” — nikki60
CORE Architects
Interior Design
Ideabooks5,538
Questions10
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
the length of the 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.
“Island dimension 8'10" x 3'2"” — Dita G
Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Tomte Stuga
Ideabooks10,926
Questions11
Here is that custom color again: Sherwin Williams and called it "Cabin Grey" with the formula: BAC COLORANT 0Z 32 64 128 W1-White 0-27-1-0 B1 Black 2-36-0-1. The trim was called Super White. Good Luck!
Here is that custom color again: Sherwin Williams and called it "Cabin Grey" with the formula: BAC COLORANT 0Z 32 64 128 W1-White 0-27-1-0 B1 Black 2-36-0-1. The trim was called Super White. Good Luck!
Here is that custom color again: Sherwin Williams and called it "Cabin Grey" with the formula: BAC COLORANT 0Z 32 64 128 W1-White 0-27-1-0 B1 Black 2-36-0-1. The trim was called Super White.
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