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Fire pit - Water feature - Pergola - Paver courtyard
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Fire pit - Water feature - Pergola - Paver courtyard
Fire pit - Water feature - Pergola - Paver courtyard - pond - fire place - outdoor living area
Like the whole fire pit area and water
fire pit with water feature
“fire pit” — lysle
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Del Mar Contemporary
Ideabooks2,676
Questions2
Can you tell me about the planter construction. Do you sell it in various sizes? How are the plants watered?
saw this water feature idea at Canada Blooms 2014! love it then too
love this water feature
water feature
“love the living wall” — janik214
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Rocky River Exterior
Ideabooks7,222
Questions7
Oklahoma "peach" limestone. A harder type of limestone to hold up against the the salt water pool.
Oklahoma "peach" limestone. A harder type of limestone to hold up against the the salt water pool.
Oklahoma "peach" limestone. A harder type of limestone to hold up against the the salt water pool. November 11, 2013 at 5:44pm Like
boulders, coloring of water and limestone
“Materials” — julieredwards
Dwelling on Design, Deborah Derocher
10 Reviews
New build, Pierrefonds
Ideabooks5,741
Questions10
Where can I find sinks like this? Do they have a drain to hold water?
The point to tile behind a sink is to protect the sheet rock from water damage as inevitably water splashes onto walls as one uses a bathroom sink. Any type of tile, glass, granite etc.. can be used to this purpose. Selecting something
Hi Penny, no there is a small aluminum tile flange covering the exposed edge. You can omit this but then you run the risk of water soaking into the grout plus the fact that the tile work would appear unfinished. Hope this helps you.
“Like our bathroom” — jenniferuy
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Coan Waterfront Landscape, Camano Island, WA
Ideabooks6,390
Questions1
Landscaping plants and flowers designed to look like a creek or water front
rock path to water...view to the water...water path
“purple flowers used” — 1singingrn
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks3,764
Questions5
Tree Branch in water, in big vases
tree stems in large jugs of water
plants in water/glass
trees in water. zen
“Chairs” — ktkoblenz
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks6,503
Questions7
built using true dry stacked stone and concrete retaining walls faced with sawn veneer. Sustainable features include FSC certified lumber, solar hot water, fly ash concrete, and low emitting insulation with 75% recycled content. Photos: Mariko Reed Architect: Ian Moller
and finished w/water based polyurethane. The color is a custom color that matched a sample provided by the client.
Wood floors in baths are not for everyone They look good but if there's any overflow from a sink or tub, the floor will get damaged if the water isn't mopped up
The floor is an engineered combination grade hardwood flooring, lightly hand scraped, bleached, dyed and finished w/water based polyurethane. The color is a custom color that matched a sample provided by the client.
“Wood floor bath” — teahokie
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
High Rise Master Bathroom
Ideabooks7,898
Questions9
shower cleaner and free from mold here in humid Florida. Anyone have any experience or information about this? Would it help to remove, keep away hard water stains on the glass doors? Any suggestions for keeping glass doors clean? Also, what's the best cleaner for bathrooms with marble. I know bleach
used to live in Florida. We had a water softener. It kept the deposits from forming.
Sorry- do not know about maintenance issues and steam keeping mold down. The glass in this picture has a pattern to it, Skyline Design Fossil glass-Basalt G, which helps hide water spottin. You can also use "Rain-X"
"Rain-X" treatment on the glass to help keep water spotting down.
“Shower!” — jmcdane
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