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kenneth-williams's picture
May.09.2012
This video teaches how to calculate the number of studs needed for one wall. A 20 foot wall will need 15 studs. Divide 20 by 4 = 5 or divide 20 by 2 twice 20 divided by 2 = 10 and 10 divided by 2 = 5. Next subtract the answer 5 from 20 and you'll get 15. 15 studs are needed for 20 foot wall.
kenneth-williams's picture
Feb.10.2012
  Today I’m going to talk about how to calculate the number of 13” tile needed for one room First multiply the width and length of the room to get the total square feet A room that’s 10 feet by 20 feet will have 200 square feet Using the first two numbers 2 and zero or 20 Divided by 2 will...
andrew-kaplan's picture
Nov.03.2008
Thom Filicia, whose one-of-a-kind makeover genius gained national attention through his starring roles on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and Dress My Nest, offers the ultimate handbook for creating gorgeous interiors that showcase your unique personal style. Those who have witnessed Thom's...
andrew-kaplan's picture
Jun.25.2008
Rex Ray's highly collectible artwork is coveted in design as well as art circles. His color-bursting, curvaceous art graces the walls of high-design hotels, world-class museums, and hip restaurants, yet remains, as acclaimed author Douglas Coupland puts it in his foreword, "unslick, but superslick...