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Chiquit Brammall added this to How to Deep-Clean After a Renovation
Time to call the pros?For major renovations, professional cleaners can be called in, as clean-up may be too extensive and taxing to do on your own. If you had your renovation done on a home you are already living in, you would have already had furniture and soft furnishings. Mattresses, sofas, carpets, and curtains – even if you had covered them in plastic or newspaper – will need a thorough clean as these often accumulate dust that may cause respiratory problems like asthma or rhinitis.
Verlaine Marquez added this to Houzz Tour: A Newlyweds' Home Goes Dark and Gilded
Contrasting geometric patterns – rectangular subway tiles for the walls against octagonal floor tiles – lend visual drama to the monochromatic master bathroom.
Chiquit Brammall added this to It's in the Details: Bathroom Accessories Complete the Look
3. Brass-y charmThe four-room flat is a fusion of industrial and modern luxe styles, says designer Alvin Ling of The Scientist. The bathroom reflects the industrial aspect with its subway tiles, but the black framed shower enclosure and black fittings are more evocative of modern luxe. The brass fixtures and carefully matched pendant light finish the look with a vintage flourish.Read the Houzz Tour: A Newlyweds’ Home Goes Dark and Gilded
Niki Bruce added this to What's Your Style: Get Industrial Style with a Steampunk Twist
Get the look:For a steampunk industrial bathroom, go for white subway tiles and a black-and-white floor. Use exposed metal fixtures and a black-framed shower cubicle to get that industrial edge.
Niki Bruce added this to How to Choose The Right Tiles for the Right Purpose
Subway tilesIf you add a glaze to earthenware tiles to make the surface less porous, this is called a glazed ceramic tile and the subway tile is a modern version of this. They’ve been around since 1904 but have been wildly popular in recent years. They are used in kitchens and bathrooms because they fit well into the minimalist or Scandinavian interior style.Check out other ways to lay subway tiles
Chiquit Brammall added this to Year-End Wrap-up: 50 Most Popular Singapore Photos in 2018
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Shiling Choo added this to Bathroom
Color combination, but I don’t like the lack of storage
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