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Bathroom Lighting Guide: Shower and Vanity Lighting

When it comes to interior lighting, bathroom lighting is probably given the least consideration of all the rooms in the house. The average client I meet doesn't think to invest there—save it for the living room or kitchen, they say. I see a lot of baths with inadequate mirror or vanity lighting. Often there's just a single ceiling light fixture that's supposed to do it all. The best lighting for your bathroom helps create a place to relax and recharge. And when it's done right, the payoff is great. After all, this is the room where you start and end…

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Femte Til Venstre: A Danish Couple’s Thoughtfully Appointed 1927 Townhouse in Copenhagen

I can’t now remember how or when I first stumbled on the feed of @femte.til.venstre (translation, from Danish: “fifth to the left”), probably some early morning or late at night, scrolling through Instagram in search of a little visual serenity. But I’ve returned to the feed countless times since, taken by the snapshots of a 1927 townhouse in Copenhagen where every room, every corner, feels considered: soothing but still colorful, quiet yet warm and unfussy. The house—and Instagram feed—are the project of Johanne Landbo and Lukas Filip Fernandes—neither of them, they tell us, with a background in interiors. “But with…

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How to Remove and Contain Lead Paint

Project details Skill 5 out of 5 Hard requires special tools and equipment; this job is best left to a licensed pro Cost $500 to $2,000 for an average-size room Estimated Time 8 to 12 hours for an average-size room In this video, lead paint abatement specialist Ron Peik shows the safe, proper way to dispose of lead paint. Steps for Removing Lead Paint Use a paint scraper to remove the paint from the outside corners of baseboard. Collect the lead-paint dust using a special HEPA vacuum. Install new drywall over walls that contain lead. Remove doors and mantelpieces and…

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Kitchen of the Week: An Artful Conversion of a Garage in Bath, England

“The customer is always right—and we like to consider the building our client, too, and respond to its character, mood, and spirit,” says Patrick Williams of Berdoulat. A specialist in lyrical and meticulous period restorations, Patrick, when we first met him in 2015, was living in a mid-19th-century East London apartment that he had entirely freed of its recessed halogen lights, laminate flooring, and other “developer rubbish”: see Reinventing the Past with a Salvage Hunter-Upcycler-Philosopher. Much has happened since then. Patrick, his wife and business partner, Neri Kamcili, and their daughters, Wren, 8, and Bonnie, 5, now live in Bath,…

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Gypsum Area Separation Firewalls

Gypsum Area Seperation Firewalls | Walls & Ceilings This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, certain cookies have already been set, which you may delete and block. By closing this message or continuing to use our site, you agree to the use of cookies. Visit our updated privacy and cookie policy to learn more. This Website Uses CookiesBy closing this message or continuing to use our site, you agree to our cookie policy. Learn More This website requires certain cookies to work and uses other…

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10 Easy Pieces: Gallery-Style Picture Frames

Whether you’re building out a proper gallery wall or framing a special photo or two, here is a roundup of our favorite off-the-rack gallery frames in both wood and metal. Above: Gallery Frames in Maple (shown), Walnut, Black, and White start at $69 each from Artifact Uprising. Above: The Wood Gallery Frames in a Box is a set of 15 frames in Black, Espresso, Modern White, Graywash; $449.50 at Pottery Barn. Above: The Carlota Floating Frames range from $49.95 to $79.95 at Crate & Barrel. Above: The Room & Board Profile Frame is sold in sets; $380 for a set…

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