Villeroy and Boch Butler 2.25 bowl Belfast sink. http://www.sinks-taps.com/item-465-BUTLER_2_25_Bowl_Belfast_Sink_.aspx

Villeroy and Boch Butler bowl Belfast sink. Pros - fills the full depth of the bench like an IKEA sink (no joins needed in bench) but allows for you to cut your own tap holes (two pre scored holes though).

Bathroom sink, perfect size

Simple How to Build a Tiny House

kleines bad ideen moderne badezimmer möbel platzsparende badmöbel--this would be a good sink for my tiny bathroom

Period Conservatories - Edwardian, Georgian & Victorian Conservatories

Vale specialise in period conservatories including Victorian conservatories, Georgian Conservatories and Edwardian Conservatories. As well as period conservatories, we Vale also design and manufacture stunning period orangeries.

in my future home i want a large kitchen so that i can accommodate all of the things i'll need to entertain children, friends and family

English Arts & Crafts Details on a New House

The back of the house has an elegant full-length veranda, finished in Resene Non Skid Deck and Path tinted to Resene Shuttle Grey. The weatherboards are Rese...

Colour scheme details The back of the house has an elegant full-length veranda, finished in Resene Non Skid Deck and Path tinted to Resene Shuttle Grey. The weatherboards are Rese.

Pale blue/grey Victorian heritage cottage with white iron lacework/fretwork, picket fence

Scandinavian-style makeover in the heart of Melbourne. From the July 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine. Styling by Heather Nette King. Photography by Armelle Habib. Interior Design by Terri Shannon & Emma Hunting of Bloom Interior Design & Decoration.

28 Warburton Road, Canterbury, Vic 3126 - Property Details

28 Warburton Road, Canterbury, Vic View property details and sold price of 28 Warburton Road & other properties in Canterbury, Vic

Classic Edwardian hallway with richly patterned Minton floor tiles and stained glass windows

I love stained glass! Edwardian entryway with encaustic tiled floor. (encaustic: ceramic tiles in which the pattern or figure on the surface is not a product of the glaze but of different colors of clay).(Edwardian period officially but up to

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