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Big Floor Tiles





big floor tiles






    floor tiles
  • (Floor tile) A ceramic, glazed or unglazed paver, quarry or mosaic tile resistant to abrasion and impact.

  • Glazed or unglazed or natural stone tiles of sufficient strength, impact and abrasion resistance to withstand the weight and wear of foot traffic.





    big
  • Grown up

  • Of a large or the largest size

  • extremely well; "his performance went over big"

  • boastfully: in a boastful manner; "he talked big all evening"

  • Of considerable size, extent, or intensity

  • large: above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family"; "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of the











Koydol Carpet Tile: Big Lines Collection I




Koydol Carpet Tile: Big Lines Collection I





A multilevel loop pile product, our Big Lines tile features staggered lines of varying lengths and contrasting colors. When installed, the result is a random-looking pattern that recalls urban landscapes. The collection is 100 percent recyclable, which can contribute to LEED points.











Koydol Carpet Tile: Big Lines Collection III




Koydol Carpet Tile: Big Lines Collection III





Like the first Big Lines Collection, this heavy-duty product from Koydol sports staggered lines in varying lengths and widths in contrasting colors. The multilevel loop pile tiles come in muted and neutral colorways to suit a variety of project types.









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COST WOOD FLOORS. COST WOOD


Cost Wood Floors. Used Floor Scrubbers.



Cost Wood Floors





cost wood floors






    wood floors
  • (Wood flooring) Wood flooring is any product manufactured from timber that is designed for use as flooring, either structural or aesthetic. Bamboo flooring is often considered a wood floor, although it is made from a grass (bamboo) rather than a timber.





    cost
  • be priced at; "These shoes cost $100"

  • monetary value: the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; "he puts a high price on his services"; "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"

  • the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor

  • (of an object or an action) Require the payment of (a specified sum of money) before it can be acquired or done

  • Involve (someone) in (an effort or unpleasant action)

  • Cause the loss of











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Caframo Limited 802CAKBX Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan


Caframo Limited 802CAKBX Heat Powered Wood Stove Fan



The Ecofan heat powered wood stove fan creates its own electricity! It increases your comfort, and uses no fuel or electricity. Best of all it is totally silent. Warm air is pushed out into the living area rather than just rising to the ceiling above the stove. This improves the heating effectiveness of the stove and results in greater comfort and less fuel consumption. The fan starts automatically and adjusts its speed with the stove temperature. The unique blade is designed to deliver a broad cross section of gentle air movement to avoid uncomfortable drafts. No cords, plugs, or batteries are required!










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Where To Look First




Where To Look First





What on gods earth can you say? Strange, odd and rather disturbing?

Fun mind you that is for sure the art on display really caught my eyes, it may not be what I call worth the cash it cost to make and display. But it works when people interact with it, the young lady was taking a picture of her friend, so I snapped her with all this stuff behind her.

The Fuc King Hell Neon sign was nice, but the black and white large scale use of the letter F U C and K also draw the eye. To cap it off a hanging skeleton, made from what seemed like red and white sticky tape (as you do). Creative? not sure, but oddball stuff and distracting.

All in all I liked this as there is just so much going on, I just cropped off the bottom as I cut her shoes off the image by a fraction sadly, if I had not done that I would have the full frame image here. Next time get it all perfectly in frame grrrrrr

Taken in Newcaste Baltic Art Gallery once again.

I start work very near it in a week or so, cannot wait to go in there every few days for people spotting. There are plenty new additions to the place since I last went, including Jesus doing sex acts! nice. Grab the headlines as usual.

The Upload to Flickr has made it look a little odd it has to be said, not very detailed and clear anymore, was a lot sharper.











It is DONE!




It is DONE!





Thursday Aug 24th 2006

Finally the floor is DONE. We are redecorating our 2 youngest (10 and 9) girls bedroom.

The painting was done over a week ago, but hubs, well he got his BOAT 10 days ago, so the floor was not top priority!! Anyway yesterday he said he was going out on the boat today - When I showed my 'disapproval' (in a nice loving way you understand) that the floor needed to be done BEFORE he went out on the boat again... Well I guess it sunk in, or the guilt took over, but he finished it in ONE day. By 10pm last night it was ALL done - it is FABULOUS!

The dogs just had to pose in the photo - The floor is the same colour as Twizzler (and the tan of Twix too) so she almost disappears against it!!

When I said I LOVED it SO much that I wanted to do the whole house in wood flooring (it is ceramic tile now) he groaned!! Mind you the girls room cost $600+ - the whole house - ouch!









cost wood floors








cost wood floors




StarTech.com 4U 19-Inch Steel Vertical Wall Mount Equipment Rack Bracket RK419WALLV (Black)






This 4U 19in Wallmount Bracket offers a versatile storage solution, allowing equipment (Network devices, power strips, patch panels) to be mounted vertically (flush with wall) to save space. Alternatively, the 4U bracket can be installed under a desk for horizontal installation, making it easy to access installed equipment directly from your workspace. Perfect for SoHo (small office, home office) environments, the wallmount bracket offers space-saving installation for environments lacking the footprint space for a full size server equipment rack. Suitable for mounting on virtually any wall/ceiling surface (e.g. drywall), the bracket mounting holes (used to mount to a wall or the desk underside) are positioned at exactly 16in apart, matching standard construction framework. Constructed to EIA-310 19in rack standards, the wallmount bracket features a sturdy steel design and is backed by StarTech.com's Lifetime Warranty. Need more storage space? StarTech.com also offers a 1U 19in Wallmount Bracket, a 2U 19in Wallmount Bracket and a 3U 19in Wallmount Bracket.










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DANCE FLOOR TAPE : FLOOR TAPE


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Dance Floor Tape





dance floor tape






    dance floor
  • a bare floor polished for dancing

  • Dance Floor (foaled 1989 in New Jersey) is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse. He was bred by William Purdey at his Greenfields Farm in Colts Neck, New Jersey. Out of the mare, Dance Troupe, a granddaughter of U.S.

  • "Dance Floor, Part 1" is a 1982 single by the Dayton, Ohio-based, funk group, Zapp. The song spent two weeks at number one on the R&B in mid-1982, but failed to make the Hot 100. . The single was known for the use of a talk box, which became popular in the 1980s.

  • An area of uncarpeted floor, typically in a nightclub or restaurant, reserved for dancing

  • Denoting a recording or type of music particularly popular as an accompaniment to dancing





    tape
  • Long narrow flexible material with magnetic properties, used for recording sound, pictures, or computer data

  • fasten or attach with tape; "tape the shipping label to the box"

  • A cassette or reel containing such material

  • A narrow strip of material, typically used to hold or fasten something

  • a long thin piece of cloth or paper as used for binding or fastening; "he used a piece of tape for a belt"; "he wrapped a tape around the package"

  • a recording made on magnetic tape; "the several recordings were combined on a master tape"











dance floor tape - The Exotic




The Exotic Dance Workout


The Exotic Dance Workout



Do you love to feel like an exciting and confident woman? Then let me encourage you to "let your hair down" and enjoy my Exotic Dance Workout! It's fun, plus a great way to unwind and feel good about yourself.

You can workout to the entire series, or focus on one portion at a time: The program is divided into 3 easy-to-follow sections: Exotic Dance, Floorwork, and Chair. Each section includes a tutorial plus its own basic choreography to illustrate how you can use the steps together. In the final section, we will connect all 3 choreographies for a complete dance!

I can't wait to share with you my favorite basic steps and combos. Exotic Dance is a personal art: Something for you to enjoy, your way. When you dance, dance for someone you love...especially if that someone is you.

peace & laLoVe... Lady Morrighan

Run Time: 50 mins










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Breaking Ground Dance Studio: 2011-04-15 [46 of 80]




Breaking Ground Dance Studio: 2011-04-15 [46 of 80]





Breaking Ground Dance Studio of Oyen presents: "Forever on the Dance Floor" (Apr 15, 2011 - Oyen Legion Hall).

This was a technically challenging shoot. Too many people crammed into too small a venue. I couldn't gaffer tape lights out of the way up the wall and was reduced to using one strobe on a stand with a wireless trigger. Had a heck of a time keeping people out of both my line-of-sight and light line.

I'm not happy with the strong shadows, but at the end of the day the dancers are well lit and I was able to freeze motion during some of the faster dance moves. I consider the overall results to be satisfactory given the working conditions.











incomprehensible scale




incomprehensible scale





Trying to wrap my mind around the economy and all the economic news from the past 2 months. I still haven't had a glimmer of comprehension, although apparent recognizable signs seem to be all around. This empty dance floor seemed like a metaphor as I read the "Out of Business" sign taped to the door.









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DARK WOOD FLOORING : WOOD FLOORING


Dark Wood Flooring : Easy Wood Flooring



Dark Wood Flooring





dark wood flooring






    wood flooring
  • Most often made from hardwoods like maple, pecan, beech, birch or oak.

  • Wood flooring is any product manufactured from timber that is designed for use as flooring, either structural or aesthetic. Bamboo flooring is often considered a wood floor, although it is made from a grass (bamboo) rather than a timber.

  • Most wood flooring is made of hardwoods, such as oak, maple, pecan, beech and birch. There is solid wood flooring and laminated, which combines wood layered in different directions for strength and to inhibit warping.





    dark
  • Ignorant; unenlightened

  • devoid of or deficient in light or brightness; shadowed or black; "sitting in a dark corner"; "a dark day"; "dark shadows"; "dark as the inside of a black cat"

  • iniquity: absence of moral or spiritual values; "the powers of darkness"

  • Hidden from knowledge; mysterious

  • With little or no light

  • absence of light or illumination











dark wood flooring - Harbors Collection




Harbors Collection - Distressed Engineered Wood Flooring Maple - Dark Chocolate / 6 in. / 1/2 in. /


Harbors Collection - Distressed Engineered Wood Flooring Maple - Dark Chocolate / 6 in. / 1/2 in. /



Minimum Order: 864/sq ft - Jasper's Distressed Collection is a unique line of wide plank, distressed engineered wood flooring. Made to capture the rich color of each species, Jasper has designed a 7-ply constructed, 2 mm top-layered engineered floor that will adorn any interior for years to come. Complete with a residential 25 year finish and lifetime structural warranty, confidence in the look and make of this product is a given. The satin finish is bolstered by 7 coats of aluminum oxide for maximum wear resistance.










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Wood floor (dark)




Wood floor (dark)





My current desktop wallpaper. Has some flavor, but keeps outta the way.











luxurious modern white bathroom with dark wood floors




luxurious modern white bathroom with dark wood floors





luxurious modern white bathroom with dark wood floors









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FIVE BEDROOM HOUSE FLOOR PLANS : HOUSE FLOOR PLANS


Five Bedroom House Floor Plans : Picture Of Floor.



Five Bedroom House Floor Plans





five bedroom house floor plans






    floor plans
  • (floor plan) scale drawing of a horizontal section through a building at a given level; contrasts with elevation

  • A scale diagram of the arrangement of rooms in one story of a building

  • In architecture and building engineering, a floor plan, or floorplan, is a diagram, usually to scale, showing the relationships between rooms, spaces and other physical features at one level of a structure.

  • (Floor planning) Floorplanning is the act of designing of a floorplan, which is a kind of bird's-eye view of a structure.





    bedroom
  • (Bedrooms (film)) Bedrooms is a 2010 drama film directed and written by Youssef Delara. Starring Julie Benz , Moon Bloodgood, Sarah Clarke, Xander Berkeley, Dee Wallace and Barry Bostwick. It premieres August 20th 2010 at the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival 2010 .

  • a room used primarily for sleeping

  • A bedroom is a private room where people usually sleep for the night or relax during the day.

  • A room for sleeping in

  • Relating to sexual relations

  • Denoting a small town or suburb whose residents travel to work in a nearby city





    house
  • The people living in such a building; a household

  • A family or family lineage, esp. a noble or royal one; a dynasty

  • a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families; "he has a house on Cape Cod"; "she felt she had to get out of the house"

  • A building for human habitation, esp. one that is lived in by a family or small group of people

  • contain or cover; "This box houses the gears"

  • firm: the members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments; "he worked for a brokerage house"











five bedroom house floor plans - Wallmonkeys Peel




Wallmonkeys Peel and Stick Wall Decals - Floor Plan [5] - 24"W x 16"H Removable Graphic


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Hubbard House




Hubbard House





Gravesend, Brooklyn

Built around 1830-35 by Nelly Johnson Hubbard, the Hubbard House is, in part, a rare surviving early nineteenth-century Dutch-American farmhouse in Brooklyn. The older section of the house reflects traditional Dutch design in its incorporation of H-bent construction, which gives the house its characteristic one-and-one-half-story form, in its use of a gabled roof with sloping spring eaves at the front and rear, and in its incorporation of clapboard siding. It exemplifies a three-bay-wide side-hall plan type popular for Dutch houses in southern Brooklyn at the beginning of the nineteenth century and originally included an unusual shedroofed kitchen wing, a feature associated with the buildings of Gravesend carpenter-builder Lawrence Ryder, to whom this building is tentatively attributed. A late-example of Dutch- American design, it presents an interesting blend of traditional Dutch forms and structure with nineteenth-century construction innovations including sawn timbers and cut nails, testifying to the strength and persistence of Dutch culture in the rural areas surrounding New York City in the early nineteenth century. It retains an exceptional amount of original fabric including siding and windows. It is one of the few Dutch-American houses in New York City retaining its original orientation on its original site with sufficient surrounding property to give some sense of its original setting. Moreover, it has the further distinction of being the smallest and simplest of the surviving Dutch-American houses in the borough.

It seems probable that the house was initially occupied by Nelly Hubbard and her son Samuel Hubbard, descendants of several early and distinguished Gravesend families. From about 1850 onwards, it was leased to workers and artisans, several of whom were connected with nineteenth-century Gravesend’s thriving building trades. In 1904 it was purchased by garment worker Vincenzo Lucchelli and his wife, Antoinette, immigrants who occupied the house with their five children. In 1924 the Lucchellis constructed the house’s southern two-story hippedroofed wing designed by the Brooklyn firm of Salvati & Le Quornik which incorporated a multi windowed bedroom billed as a “sleeping porch” in response to the tuberculosis that was besetting their family. The house remained in the family’s ownership until the late 1990s, when it was acquired by the present owner, John Antonides. As one of the few surviving Dutch houses in the city, as a rare surviving example of nineteenth-century rural working class housing, and as a symbol of Gravesend’s rich twentieth-century history as a Italian-American working-class neighborhood, the Hubbard House remains a significant reminder of Gravesend’s and New York City’s past.

A late example of Dutch-American design, the Hubbard House, as built, was a small (33- feet-wide, 15-feet-deep), spring-eaved, gable-roofed, one-and-a-half-story, one-room-deep structure consisting of a side hall, parlor, and one-story shed-roofed kitchen wing on the first floor, and small bedrooms in the attic above the main portion of the house. Its interior detailing was modest, with decorative interest focused on a late Federal-style mantle and built-in china cupboard in the parlor. (The interior of the house is not included in this designation.) In their structural analysis of the building conducted in 1998, Powell and McMillen observed that the northern (original) portion of the house rests on a foundation of red sandstone and brick. The vast majority of the floor joists, timbers, posts, studs, and even the curved rafters of the spring eave in this portion of the house were sawn rather than hewn, in keeping with a construction date in the early nineteenth century. The original section is sheathed with wide pine clapboard siding that “has been on the house since its original construction.”47 Its corner boards and window frames are edged with a bead molding with a quirk or groove running alongside the bead “that is of nineteenth century form.”48 At the north corner of the facade, the original entry has been closed and the bay currently contains an early-twentieth-century window. The center and southern windows, currently six-over-ones, retain their original sashes although the muntins were removed and had to be refabricated for the upper sashes based on mortise profiles that although filled remained visible. These muntin profiles, Powell and McMillen suggested, were typical of the 1820 to 1840 period. According to Powell and McMillen, “these windows are well made though the construction detail at the stile and rail juncture suggests that they were made by a local carpenter and not a sash and blind shop.”49 Throughout the original portion of the house 7 machine cut nails typical of period between 1825 and 1880 are used for all “framing work, trim work and lathing except for a portion of the second floor remodeled in 1924.”50 It was the opinion of Powell and McMillen that,











Hubbard House




Hubbard House





Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States

Built around 1830-35 by Nelly Johnson Hubbard, the Hubbard House is, in part, a rare surviving early nineteenth-century Dutch-American farmhouse in Brooklyn. The older section of the house reflects traditional Dutch design in its incorporation of H-bent construction, which gives the house its characteristic one-and-one-half-story form, in its use of a gabled roof with sloping spring eaves at the front and rear, and in its incorporation of clapboard siding. It exemplifies a three-bay-wide side-hall plan type popular for Dutch houses in southern Brooklyn at the beginning of the nineteenth century and originally included an unusual shedroofed kitchen wing, a feature associated with the buildings of Gravesend carpenter-builder Lawrence Ryder, to whom this building is tentatively attributed. A late-example of Dutch- American design, it presents an interesting blend of traditional Dutch forms and structure with nineteenth-century construction innovations including sawn timbers and cut nails, testifying to the strength and persistence of Dutch culture in the rural areas surrounding New York City in the early nineteenth century. It retains an exceptional amount of original fabric including siding and windows. It is one of the few Dutch-American houses in New York City retaining its original orientation on its original site with sufficient surrounding property to give some sense of its original setting. Moreover, it has the further distinction of being the smallest and simplest of the surviving Dutch-American houses in the borough.

It seems probable that the house was initially occupied by Nelly Hubbard and her son Samuel Hubbard, descendants of several early and distinguished Gravesend families. From about 1850 onwards, it was leased to workers and artisans, several of whom were connected with nineteenth-century Gravesend’s thriving building trades. In 1904 it was purchased by garment worker Vincenzo Lucchelli and his wife, Antoinette, immigrants who occupied the house with their five children. In 1924 the Lucchellis constructed the house’s southern two-story hippedroofed wing designed by the Brooklyn firm of Salvati & Le Quornik which incorporated a multi windowed bedroom billed as a “sleeping porch” in response to the tuberculosis that was besetting their family. The house remained in the family’s ownership until the late 1990s, when it was acquired by the present owner, John Antonides. As one of the few surviving Dutch houses in the city, as a rare surviving example of nineteenth-century rural working class housing, and as a symbol of Gravesend’s rich twentieth-century history as a Italian-American working-class neighborhood, the Hubbard House remains a significant reminder of Gravesend’s and New York City’s past.

A late example of Dutch-American design, the Hubbard House, as built, was a small (33- feet-wide, 15-feet-deep), spring-eaved, gable-roofed, one-and-a-half-story, one-room-deep structure consisting of a side hall, parlor, and one-story shed-roofed kitchen wing on the first floor, and small bedrooms in the attic above the main portion of the house. Its interior detailing was modest, with decorative interest focused on a late Federal-style mantle and built-in china cupboard in the parlor. (The interior of the house is not included in this designation.) In their structural analysis of the building conducted in 1998, Powell and McMillen observed that the northern (original) portion of the house rests on a foundation of red sandstone and brick. The vast majority of the floor joists, timbers, posts, studs, and even the curved rafters of the spring eave in this portion of the house were sawn rather than hewn, in keeping with a construction date in the early nineteenth century. The original section is sheathed with wide pine clapboard siding that “has been on the house since its original construction.”47 Its corner boards and window frames are edged with a bead molding with a quirk or groove running alongside the bead “that is of nineteenth century form.”48 At the north corner of the facade, the original entry has been closed and the bay currently contains an early-twentieth-century window. The center and southern windows, currently six-over-ones, retain their original sashes although the muntins were removed and had to be refabricated for the upper sashes based on mortise profiles that although filled remained visible. These muntin profiles, Powell and McMillen suggested, were typical of the 1820 to 1840 period. According to Powell and McMillen, “these windows are well made though the construction detail at the stile and rail juncture suggests that they were made by a local carpenter and not a sash and blind shop.”49 Throughout the original portion of the house 7 machine cut nails typical of period between 1825 and 1880 are used for all “framing work, trim work and lathing except for a portion of the second floor remodeled in 1924.”50 It was t









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