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RE: Name for this table style/height used in a living room? (Follow-Up #4)

posted by: maddielee on 08.24.2012 at 08:44 pm in Home Decorating & Design Forum

This link may help. Read to the end.

I know there is another term for taller coffee tables...just can't remember it.


Here is a link that might be useful: Coffe table height


tall tables in the link are awesome
clipped on: 09.18.2012 at 08:44 pm    last updated on: 09.18.2012 at 08:44 pm

Warning: Avert Your Eyes, I'm posting the photos AGAIN (Follow-Up #7)

posted by: beekeeperswife on 06.16.2011 at 03:44 pm in Kitchens Forum

I'll post a link to srg215's reveal of her backsplash. If you google "srg215 backsplash", you will get several hits.

Here is my backsplash


Here is a link that might be useful: srg215's backsplash


LOVE it, probably something creepy about loving the design of a kitchen but ahhh it just takes my breath away : )
clipped on: 07.30.2011 at 02:37 pm    last updated on: 07.30.2011 at 02:38 pm

RE: ? for beekeeperswife~~ (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: beekeeperswife on 07.29.2011 at 02:43 pm in Kitchens Forum

Hi phoggie, you are so nice.

My granite is Bianco Antico. L O V E it.

The wall color is a Valspar color....Italian Leather. Actually the range/hood wall is that color and so is the wall in my family room with the fireplace that is directly opposite it. The side walls are Valspar's Coastal Villa. Look really taupe on the chip and nothing like how they turned out on the wall.

I have linked a really fun thread that GW members were showing their other rooms in their homes. Quite a fun thread. I had posted early on, and then disaster struck with my photobucket account. So I reposted way down. So click this link, and after you look at all the great rooms on there, mine is almost at the bottom.

Since that was posted, I have done my upstairs hall bath (no photos) and also my master bedroom--it was a surprise for dh while he was in Denmark. Quite a busy week that was!

Here is a photo of that:

Here is a link that might be useful: Seen Your Kitchen, show the rest of your house Thread


clipped on: 07.30.2011 at 02:35 pm    last updated on: 07.30.2011 at 02:36 pm

post script (Follow-Up #7)

posted by: bill_vincent on 01.26.2011 at 06:15 pm in Bathrooms Forum

How do you do a 33% overlap without having a 66% overlap at the other joint? Unless you insert another smaller tile for a flemish bond effect?

EVERY tile will have both a 33% and 66% overlap, like this:



tile without straight lines
clipped on: 07.30.2011 at 02:34 pm    last updated on: 07.30.2011 at 02:34 pm