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Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
how is marble as a vanity top in terms of maintenance? love the smooth look, but concerned about water stains, with everyday use. thanks in advance...
I am updating bathroom in stages. Adding water closet and enlarging shower to approximately 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep. Using subway tile and honed Carrara marble basketweave with an insert of this
what do you use to treat the wood such that it becomes water and humidity resistant and therefore to make it more durable?
often not considered. One of the big things that make showers look more dirty is hard water... lime in the water. Put a good filter on the main water source coming into the house to clean that sediment from the water before it gets in.
“Tile backsplash,” — jnegail
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Beautiful luxurious shower! The inbuilt seat is an important feature for me. Would it be possible to have an overhead rain showerhead in this module? Ladyrob1
I use a squezze (?) to remove the water droplets everytime I shower. It only takes a second and makes regular shower cleaning much easier.
shower with towel hook & water closet
Showerheads. You don't have to give up a luxe shower experience to save water. Feel virtuous when lathering up with a WaterSense-certified shower head. WaterSense understands that no one wants a wimpy shower spray, so all their approved fixtures tout a "satisfactory shower that is equal to or better
better than conventional showerheads on the market" while using just 2 gallons of water per minute.Showers typically use less water than baths, as long as they're kept brief. A timer can help you keep an eye on how long you've been lathering up.
“Bamqueta” — marcelahigueras
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Rough Hollow Entry
Hollow Parade of Homes, this 6,778 square foot home is an exquisite addition to the prestigious Lakeway neighborhood. The Santa Barbara style home features a welcoming colonnade, lush courtyard, beautiful casita, spacious master suite with a private outdoor covered terrace, and a unique Koi pond beginning
I like the arches, the courtyard feel, the water, lights, and the fact that you're outside but sheltered by the structure.
Walk Lights shining on strips of feature tiles
“WOW!---A little too big! :O)” — vcorbett
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Stunning Architectural Gem Overlooking San Francisco Bay
ambiance. Other features include a reinforced concrete structure, multi-layered slate roof, a natural garden with granite and stone patio leading to a lawn overlooking the San Francisco Bay. Completing the home is a spacious master suite with a granite bath, an office / second bedroom featuring a granite bath
This dramatic contemporary residence features extraordinary design with magnificent views of Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the ever changing San Francisco Bay. The amazing great room has soaring 36 foot ceilings, a Carnelian granite cascading waterfall flanked by stairways on each side, and
frame the world class views. Designed by world-renowned architect Angela Danadjieva as her personal residence, this unique architectural masterpiece features intricate woodwork and innovative environmental construction standards offering an ecological sanctuary with the natural granite flooring and planters
“entrance to pool?” — maldibion110
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
California Cool in the Castro-Bathroom
window-less bathrooms into modern spa-like rooms. We drew upon water for our inspiration to create a cool and refreshing feeling. The master bathroom tone is established by Carrera marble floors and walls of handmade glass mosaic tiles the color of water flecked with subtle streaks of dark red. A wall-hung wood
surround/alcove and have a client interested in a similar style. How did you deal with the fact of water hitting the drywall at either end of the tub? Is there a particular product you used to prevent water from damaging the drywall. Thanks, Brian Andaloro
“stone wall for behind the bath” — livingstoneinteriors
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Here are some other options for anyone looking for concrete fire pits. http://www.firesidexpressions.com/fire-features/concrete-fire-bowls?page=1 You can even add fire rings and ignition systems to your bowl all on one page!
could I use the vibrant blue urn from bomgars as fire feature?
fire & water feature
Water feature...fire features...water feature
“Fire pit” — pjbisesi
Roost Architecture Inc
3 Reviews
Susquehanna River Lodge-pool
the lake in the background, running water
stone water fountain
Water feature'...stone water feature...water feature
“Water feature'” — billfnz
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
smaller cairn feature in the front yard
with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let it drain, then add the rest of the soil. •Spread 3 inches of mulch atop the soil but do not let it touch the tree's trunk. •If conditions are dry or if you plant during the summer, make sure the tree is watered regularly, but be careful not to overwater
with soil. Fill the rest of the hole with water, let it drain, then add the rest of the soil.Spread 3 inches of mulch atop the soil but do not let it touch the tree's trunk. If conditions are dry or if you plant during the summer, make sure the tree is watered regularly, but be careful not to overwater
“Hmm. Make use of the huge rock pile to create a cairn off to the SW of the property? Could be fun.” — nibmrose
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