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Martha O'Hara Interiors
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Locust Hills Drive Residence
Ideabooks13,799
Questions8
using and what look you're going for. If you want the grout to stand out, go for the white. Warning: stark white tile takes a bit more upkeep due to water/soap stains, etc. If you want the grout to not stand out as much against the tile, go for the gray, which would be slightly less maintenance to keep
walls - shower - placement of features
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Residential home
Ideabooks994
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Notice how the walkway goes across the top of the pool, but has the slits in between each slab. This is how you could get across some of the water features on your patio
steps over water
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Tara Seawright
Bathroom
Ideabooks14,336
Questions15
I don't have room for a separate shower and tub. I want both. I really want to have beautiful windows by the tub but how do you keep the water off of them while you shower?
microfiber cloths in the cupboard or under the sink.2. Whenever you think about it, give everything a quick swipe with a microfiber cloth dampened with water.3. Start with the cleanest area (mirror, sink) and end with the grimiest (tub, then toilet). Toss the cloth in a hamper.4. Summer can mean more mildew
A gleaming white bath is a great canvas for a shower curtain featuring printed cheerful zinnias. Colorful accessories like this are a great way to ease into your daily routine even if you aren't a morning person.
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Meredith Heron Design
5 Reviews
Trickett Kitchen
Ideabooks15,163
Questions23
Other sources associated with this picture claim this is soapstone. It's featured in a Houzz article about how to keep various countertop materials clean. The article says you must oil with mineral oil when new, then every 2 months
and warm water. During the first year of installation, it's recommended that you rub the soapstone surface with mineral oil every couple of weeks to help the stone oxidize (darken) evenly; oil can be applied every two months after that for maintenance. For tough stains: Soapstone resists water, chemicals
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BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
Planters
Ideabooks42,038
Questions9
with pebbles and pots This fuss-free space, with a Japanese influence, requires little work. Adding pebbles rather than ground cover means that no watering is required and no weeds ever pop up. A row of architectural vessels are visually appealing, and to reduce plant maintenance, buy potting mix that
Add Perspective With RepetitionThis line of variegated yuccas planted in tall containers is more than just decoration — it employs a favorite feature of contemporary garden design, repetition. To achieve the best results, each container needs to mirror the next with an identical planting — the simpler
“Planters, galvanized. steel zinc, yuccas, Mex river rocks. Beautiful, modern.” — sisterwitch
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Royalton - A Perfect Blend of Classic and Contemporary Design
Ideabooks3,940
Questions8
Check Minwax White Wash stain on bleached engineered White Oak with a water based finish.
I think they probably used a water based finish too instead of oil. You can tell because there is no yellowing.
Something like this cut out feature if we keep part of the wall separating the kitchen and lounge? Creates a more separate area, but will it make it too small and closed in?
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Estes/Twombly Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Kyle House
Ideabooks7,357
Questions3
nasty bug bites. Other ways to keep the buggies away include:Do not keep any standing water on your property. Even a single forgotten flowerpot full of rainwater can become a mosquito breeding ground.Make water features running rather than standing, or treat them with mosquito “dunks.”Install ceiling fans
“Screened porch” — 11krose
beautiful bones and purple stones
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Grant Patio and Fireplace
Ideabooks76,905
Questions14
vegetable or flower garden next spring? Now's a great time to prepare the soil. Use organic amendments to increase water- and nutrient-holding capacity and to improve aeration and water flow. Adding amendments now allows you to work in the garden while the soil is relatively dry, thus preventing the
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