sub floor storage really clever and has got me thinking about different angles into this newtons challenge

sub floor storage for my once floor furnace/crawlspace access hole in the floor

Like how these are boxed in to hide the hardware. Japanese sliding doors in Kamamura, Japan

Bernard Languillier : A few hours in Kamakura - 18 A quiet stroll through some back streets of the old Kamakura capital.

Victorian Mosaic Path/Floor Tiles Black/White/Grey/Flower Design 35/50mm Oct/Tri | eBay

Victorian Mosaic Path/Floor Tiles Black/White/Grey/Flower Design 35/50mm Oct/Tri

possible laundry room pattern Victorian Mosaic Path/Floor Tiles Black/White/Grey/Flower Design Oct/Tri

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Window Sill Hidden Drawer (open) -- would work perfectly with the deep walls of a straw bale house

Lovely Victorian Hearth idea, we'd use our Victorian Floor Tile Collection from Original Style to create this look.

Dining room hearth could be re tiled in black and white as cohesive link to entrance hall. Or use white only off cuts from entrance hall cut to size if pattern too fussy.

They tore down an old, poorly constructed addition and built this light-filled 2,650-square-foot wing across the back in its place. In the new family room (pictured), they replicated some of the floor-to-ceiling, two-over-four windows in the original house, but these are true divided-light, energy-efficient windows from Marvin, with aluminum-clad exteriors. In the old house, they reglazed all the windows, replaced damaged panes with antique glass, and had flush-mounted storm windows and…

Before and After: Restoring an 1860 New Jersey Farmhouse

Wall of windows. Perfect Windows and Doors for Living Room Before and after - restoring an 1860 New Jersey Farmhouse.

Townhouse in Simrishamn | Sköna hem • Clive Tompsett

Townhouse in Simrishamn - tidstypsikt renovated in rustic Heirloom - Comfortable home

"From the1860s geometric and encaustic tiled floors started to appear in public buildings, churches and the more expensive Victorian villas. Their rise to fashion was assured by their use in such prestigious buildings as the Victoria and Albert Museum, and by the 1890s they had become an essential feature in the most ordinary Victorian terraced houses from Dover to Aberdeen."

"From geometric and encaustic tiled floors started to appear in public buildings, churches and the more expensive Victorian villas. Their rise to fashion was assured by their use in such prestigious buildings as the Victoria and Albert Museum, an


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