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RE: Help us decide on new bathroom floor! (Follow-Up #24)

posted by: lindybarts on 07.05.2007 at 10:24 pm in Home Decorating Forum

This is Travertine in a Versaille pattern. Pardon the dust, they had just finished grouting.


looks like our color cabinets and tile with a grassland color. note position of tub--no shelf.
clipped on: 07.06.2007 at 08:03 am    last updated on: 07.06.2007 at 08:05 am

Allison0704 - What color are your DD bedroom walls?

posted by: erykah0708 on 06.01.2007 at 12:20 pm in Home Decorating Forum

I really like this color, including the ceiling. Can you give me info on the paint?



sw ivoire walls and ceiling
clipped on: 06.06.2007 at 01:41 pm    last updated on: 06.06.2007 at 01:42 pm

RE: I hate my new backsplash... (Follow-Up #55)

posted by: janet_ny2nc on 10.11.2006 at 08:24 pm in Kitchens Forum


I think you were talking about my arrangement over my cabinets (thank you for your kind words). I think your right, adding more up top will balance it out and bring your eye up and around, not just straight ahead.

Here's a picture
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like the pictures above the cabinets
clipped on: 11.26.2006 at 11:47 am    last updated on: 11.26.2006 at 11:48 am

Quick technical question on Silgranit

posted by: herus on 07.11.2006 at 02:17 pm in Kitchens Forum

What are the practical differences between these two sinks? I see that one has the surrounding flange and slightly larger overall dims, but is there a reason to choose one over the other if doing an undermount? If not, why even have the 707 model, as the 607 serves both purposes, under and drop-in?


clipped on: 08.07.2006 at 10:12 am    last updated on: 08.07.2006 at 10:13 am

RE: plz help: 'taupe' granite and if not, which one? (Follow-Up #15)

posted by: karencon on 06.07.2006 at 07:39 pm in Kitchens Forum

Hi Nunk, Sorry to be so vague about the "poultice" issue. When I took my sample home I soaked it with oil, ketchup, food coloring and anything else I could think of. That piece was not sealed. Everything was absorbed by granite sort of like when rocks get wet in the rain. The oil and food coloring were there the next day. I made a compound "poultice" (?sp) of flour and blue Dawn d/w liquid. It was thick like a biscuit dough. Left that on over night to dry. As it dried it sucked out the oil. I think I used just full strength Dawn for the food coloring.
This experiment eased my anxiety about getting a very light granite. Hope this explains.


clipped on: 06.11.2006 at 02:32 pm    last updated on: 06.11.2006 at 02:32 pm