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seenmy
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6523 posts since 17/6/06

27 Jun 2017 12:03
I got mine from surface tiles , technically its not for flooring but we have had no issues with ours in kitchen or bathroom tile code below
DVI 037 INTERNI SATIN FERRO 102 100 X 200 X 7 MM
burny
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5773 posts since 25/5/06

27 Jun 2017 12:12
Do you mean Bejmat Dee?

Like here;
http://www.bertandmay.com/reclaimed-tiles/all-tiles/bijmat-tiles?id=2060

We had our bathroom done in reclaimed Bejmat tiles from bert and may. Expensive, but authentic.
Dee
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10969 posts since 22/11/07

27 Jun 2017 15:29
will take a look at those,

I'm after similair to this but probably pure white, white grout.

ForumDiva
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11 posts since 27/6/17

28 Jun 2017 09:07
Dee wrote: will take a look at those,

I'm after similair to this but probably pure white, white grout.

Very pretty. Jawdropping!
pyscho
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154 posts since 27/3/12

posted 1 Jul 2017 13:23, edited 1 Jul 2017 13:23
Anyone know of anything like this, but cheaper

https://www.lovethesign.com/uk/temahome/delta-003-bookcase?gclid=CMXRv7qW6NQCFW4B0wod1LYP3g#fo_c=1782&fo;_k=8efc424177b3352262c6f633d7bfb72a&fo;_s=gplauk



Want to use as a room divider, so could do with a little less depth
Madonna15
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9 posts since 4/7/17

4 Jul 2017 12:29
Fuzzyduck121 wrote: Book shelf ideas for a modern house? Maximum 700mm wide which limits options
Room furniture is mostly modern classical ….Eames, Lignet Roset and Heals so needs to fit with that
Ideally wooden
Thanks in advance

I quite like this one in white:
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=i&rct;=j&q;=&esrc;=s&source;=images&cd;=&cad;=rja&uact;=8&ved;=0ahUKEwiPgP3O0O_UAhXShrQKHX8lDWAQjRwIBw&url;=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.pinterest.com%2Fexplore%2Fcorner-bookshelves%2F&psig;=AFQjCNGEknFODTWNGBBpfYehYqltKpSleg&ust;=1499257772089959
BuddhaBigCheese
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17 posts since 20/8/14

17 Jul 2017 15:55
Some more great exterior shots of Fallingwater -

http://the189.com/architecture/man-and-nature-a-visit-to-fallingwater-in-southwestern-pennsylvania-usa/
Seventyfour
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8650 posts since 6/10/05

23 Jul 2017 17:19
https://www.simplemost.com/original-frank-lloyd-wright-minnesota-house-sale/
jacko198
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226 posts since 23/10/09

23 Jul 2017 17:27
Looks like a church
fudge.dredd
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451 posts since 15/12/12

posted 8 Aug 2017 12:06, edited 8 Aug 2017 12:06
Front garden grass just been done.

figurine
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5521 posts since 14/5/07

8 Aug 2017 12:16
Fake grass?
DY
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9615 posts since 9/6/11

8 Aug 2017 12:48
football pitch for snaye Cool
RickRude
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3241 posts since 13/1/12

8 Aug 2017 13:31
looks awful
fudge.dredd
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451 posts since 15/12/12

8 Aug 2017 13:59
Ta but I like it.
shame
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1692 posts since 17/7/12

8 Aug 2017 14:07
has anyone on here experiences with smaller loft apartements?
atm i'm living in a more or less 'classic' single 2 room apartement, but could get a flat from a mate which is a a lovely 70 square meter loft (includs the kitchen).
It looks great, i'm just not sure if it's actually a good or liveable idea to have everything in one room, especially with the bed & kitchen.

not my coup, but lovin that big hitter stuff from fudge Cool
blackham
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1673 posts since 17/7/13

8 Aug 2017 14:29
DY wrote: football pitch for snaye Cool

Laughing out loud
andrew_
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397 posts since 23/1/10

8 Aug 2017 17:43
shame wrote: could get a flat from a mate which is a a lovely 70 square meter loft (includs the kitchen).

Bigger than most 2 beds.
Easily doable, but depends how much storage there is on the walls.
Pics?
shame
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1692 posts since 17/7/12

8 Aug 2017 20:32
that's how it looks like now:

The room itself is 60sm, the rest is a balcony and a bathroom. The floor and especially kitchen is amazing.
I'm pretty sure it would look great with my furniture, i'm just not convinced with the bed next to to everything without any walls. But maybe u can divide the room with sth else…
gawkrodger
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7462 posts since 4/11/08

8 Aug 2017 20:57
I lived for 6 months in a similar space about 12 years ago - loved it, but would add in the proviso that it was during the summer - suspect it'd be fairly nippy (or massive heating bills) in the winter
shame
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1692 posts since 17/7/12

9 Aug 2017 07:29
thats a good point gawk, def. have to check this before signing anything.