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Berwyn Tisdel Posted On: Thursday, October 02, 2014 11:57:25 AM
I am looking for Appalachian Time Worn II handsculptured Hickory Mandolin Spring. I need approx. 410 sq ft.to match my existing floors. Anyone know how to locate some of this product?
Iorny Posted On: Monday, December 22, 2014 4:30:05 AM
if routine manatennice is still being done on the outside of building i would invest in my condo with up grades when it comes time to sell your place will stand out even if it is more money Was this answer helpful?
Irfan Posted On: Thursday, December 25, 2014 6:08:50 PM
Hi Maria,I have antique white cebinats, a cream subway tile to match, giallo ornamentale counters and a red-brown terra cotta ceramic tile on the floor. The ceiling is natural tongue and groove pine. The kitchen has lots of sunlight. The adjoining diningroom and livingroom are painted Shaker Beige. I painted the kitchen Monroe Bisque and it seemed too orange-gold. I re-painted with Baffin Island and it still seems gold, with green undertones, especially next to the pine ceiling and trim. Can you suggest a BM colour that would make it less gold, and that would go well with the Shaker Beige? Thanks for your help; I love reading your blog.
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I'm not worhty to be in the same forum. ROTFL
Rafita Posted On: Monday, January 05, 2015 12:07:50 PM
Beautiful space. I love white walls (hence my home/all white walls because I haven't had time to paint them). However, I think it is not the eaisset thing to make a room look cohesive when there's white in the background. If you have furniture in lots of different colors, the space may look cluttered (e.g.: my living room :-) The images you posted though, are amazing. Great, great look.
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Maria Posted On: Monday, July 13, 2015 2:50:26 PM
Laminate, but it is wood laminate with what looks like a howdraod outer layer. It is a step or two above Pergo types in price and quality, so a lot of people call it howdraod although it is a step below a true howdraod that is the same wood all the way through. It is a good video though.
Andr Posted On: Thursday, July 23, 2015 9:02:01 AM
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Naing Posted On: Wednesday, September 09, 2015 4:10:50 AM
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Open Posted On: Saturday, September 26, 2015 11:26:50 AM
When you say wax paste and mineral oil' what etlxcay do you use? I finished with a wax the other day then thinned out with turpentine, but it looks nothing like yours.
Rohan Posted On: Friday, October 02, 2015 12:40:42 AM
Tom, I am as new with p.c.'s as I am with woodworking. After rierting as an E-8, Navy and 7 years at US Justice, I am looking for a beginners website. I look at different sites and just drool with envy. I know I have a long way to go, but I served in-country se. asia, and lasted 30 yrs. I can servive this also. Used to live 100 miles norte of ya in Levy Cty. Take care, Mike
Bruce Posted On: Friday, October 02, 2015 11:33:18 PM
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Jung Posted On: Thursday, October 08, 2015 3:26:11 PM
You might put a cover over your motorbike. I have had peeics break several times and the glue has not let me down yet.Thanks,Carl
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Good possibility.In this case, the city assseses the lot at $4500 and the house at $490.I don't know what the permit cost would be for demolishing the house. There would also be a dumping fee for the remains.Since there is a parcel across the street that looks like it had a house removed some time ago, and the other boarded houses nearby, I suspect that we would have a hard time convincing a developer / builder to pay much for the lot.Definitely worth considering in an area that less distress or some building in progress!
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Vipja Posted On: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 11:59:08 PM
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Isma Posted On: Friday, December 18, 2015 4:01:57 PM
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