142,710 warmlyyours1 Home Design Photos

Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
AFTER: New Curving Gravel Path
Ideabooks5,201
Questions1
Hi there-- Thanks for the question. The path material is called 1/4 inch-minus crushed gravel. It's a local gravel made from basalt rock that is crushed, so it packs down well (unlike pea gravel). The pathway was installed with a rolled steel edging to contain the gravel, and a vibrating compactor machine
l is 1/4 inch-minus crushed gravel. The pathway was installed with a rolled steel edging to contain the gravel, and a vibrating compactor machine is used on it to settle the pieces”
1/4 inch-minus crushed gravel - packs down well, rolled steel edging to contain and vibrating compactor machine to settle pieces NOT LOCAL ROCK - BASALT
Gravel walkway-material is 1/4 inch-minus crushed gravel. The pathway was installed with a rolled steel edging to contain the gravel, and a vibrating compactor machine is used on
“Love this little trail and all the plants and trees” — jenloz
10% Off Projects Over $1,500
(703) 440-1200
Email Us
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
Sponsored
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks9,135
Questions10
Love the floor too, beautiful. Can't seem to find it on Edimax web site. Is it the ST1 series in grey? In this link: http://www.edimax.it/collections/st1-2/st1-grey/?lang=en Thank you.
1/2 wall tiles with stripe and subway
I like 2 different tiles on wall 12x24and 3x6 subway in top 1/3
“nook for towels” — Kim Kulch
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Brookridge Home - Fall 2012
Ideabooks6,676
Questions9
The round shower has a curved frame construction. This was achieved by the application of double-layered 1/4” Wonderboard™ soaked in water and hand molded to the custom cylindrical frame which was then staggered during installation and treated with RedGard™
Thank you for viewing our photos. This shower does not contain a tower unit or panel system. It is comprised of individual components- 6 body jets, 1 rain shower, 2 removable arms- that were custom designed for this round curbless shower.
iridescent wall for shower ? 1st floor
“shower” — robinochoaa
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,718
Questions10
This is Walker Zanger's Weave Collection 1x4 straight set pattern in the color Cane Iridescent.
That looks like a 1x4 or 1x6 glass bar tile. I'd try Oceanside Glass Tile.
Thomas Pheasant Woven Leather Bar Stool (http://bit.ly/MnaA1X)
Walker Zander cane iridescent 1x4 tiles with dark bae ht. counter.
“Island chairs” — glazierdeb
Malgosia Migdal, ASID
Bel Air residence
Ideabooks9,949
Questions6
Bathroom design Guest CR 1st Floor
1/2 bath...1/2 ... seura.com
“backsplash bath” — Kim Kulch
ARCHIA HOMES
16 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks31,651
Questions16
where is this room ? on 1st floor or second ? can u share yr floor plan also ?
Regular 4" bead board and 1x8 on ceiling
1x6 T&G fir bead board. Ok for
Its on the 1st floor.
clapboard walls built in bookcases 1/2 walls?
“library” — gerbea01
DANIEL HUNTER AIA Hunter architecture ltd.
4 Reviews
Belvedere CA Historic Renovation Marin County
Ideabooks17,985
Questions9
of the teak deck and eliminate the use of some sliding glass door exits without replacing the doors themselves. Any suggestions? The deck is about 1 & 1/2 to 2 ft off the ground.
This stone selection is close to the Dalle de Bourgogne or also known as The Biblical Stone. We sell it at $30/sqft when the Euro is at 1.35 Dollars here's a link to our page: http://www.ancientsurfaces.com/Biblos-Stone.html
7:27am Like Report camaguey1 Wow!! the photo angle does not look like 20 long or even 9 deep. I stil love all about it. Looking to build a small pool and only 4 deep So then this is plunge pool? those are usually not that deep at the gym? May 23, 2012 at 10:30pm Like 1 PROReport DANIEL HUNTER AIA
“pool” — coricyp
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Baylor
Ideabooks24,631
Questions12
something like this in their Facets collection. It looks like a very small mosaic - smaller than 1" for sure. I think it's the color Equator Iridescent. Gorgeous! http://www.glasstile.com/default2.aspx?flashAutoMode=B_1&initPage=product_intro.html
We had an apartment once with 1cm tile like that, but bright red, and it made the sink countertop. It was cool. In Galveston. Where a lot of the gentrified houses are pretty bold. I really like the "gay retiree" design aesthetic (for lack of a better term).
Basement: Green tile; similar to Oceanside Glass Tile, Facets collection; smaller than 1", color Equator Iridescent.
“Tile” — sandyazevedo
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™