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    BAYKO Building Site

    17 · Bayko Building Site by Melvyn Wright. This web site is devoted to the Bayko construction toy which was marketed from 1934 to 1967. Bayko is an architectural building system, used for constructing model houses, shops, stations, churches, and similar buildings. Bayko was manufactured from bakelite, and was one of the earliest plastic toys to be marketed.

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    Foundation Footings Used in the 1950s | eHow

    30 · Since the late 1940s and early 1950s, poured concrete and concrete block foundations have been the main building construction material for houses. Before that, foundations were constructed with brick, tile or stone, depending on the region. Those …

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    Evolution of Building Elements

    28 · A typical floor from the 1950s might comprise a layer of hardcore (stone or broken brick), a concrete slab probably 100 to 125mm thick and the floor finish. This is often timber to disguise the nature of the floor, or, in cheaper construction, thermoplastic tiles laid in bitumen adhesive.

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    How to Make a Facade with Recycled Materials: 21 …

    31 · Beyond the typical uses of plastic and glass, in this article, you will find innovative materials such as mattress springs, ice cream containers, plastic chairs, and recycled waste from ...

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    Manufacturer of Plastic Wall & Ceiling Panels

    Since 1992, Extrutech Plastics, Inc., an ISO9001:2015 QMS certified, USA manufacturer, now in its 28th year, of providing bright white, sanitary, easy-to-clean, interlocking wall and ceiling panels to a wide number of industries across the USA and North America.

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    How to Tile Over Existing Wall Tile | Home Guides | SF …

    29 · How to Tile Over Existing Wall Tile. Tiled walls can last many years, but that’s not always a good thing. Colorful tiles may go out of style, and some tiles are inappropriate for the space. No ...

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    Plastic bathroom tile: 20 pages of images from 3 …

    15 · pam kueber Ap Plastic tiles seem to have been very popular in the 1950s and, my mom tells me, into the 1960s. In estate sale houses, I see them in both bathrooms and kitchens. I attribute their popularity to the fact that homeowners could install them themselves — and we were a very DIY nation at the time.

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    Mid Century Tile

    Bullnose Tiles. Bullnose tiles are used to finish edges where tiles meet wall surfaces, like sheet rock, wallpaper, or any exposed area. They have a slightly softened, glazed edge which goes right up to the wall. Great for finishing wainscoting and shower walls. We offer bullnose, bullnose base cove, base cove outcorner, and incorner.

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    These LEGO-like recycled plastic bricks create sturdy ...

    22 · The plastic building blocks have already helped people. In 2015, 42 families were “displaced by violence” in Colombia, and Conceptos Plásticos helped build a hostel for the families that ...

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    1950s Kitchen Ideas

    26 · ryangloor / Instagram. Most kitchens of the 1950s welcomed the eat-in vibe, adding breakfast nooks and large tables to the space. As seen in this updated space from ryangloor, the kitchen of the 1950s was all about utilizing the room in the most efficient …

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    1950s Kitchen Ideas

    26 · ryangloor / Instagram. Most kitchens of the 1950s welcomed the eat-in vibe, adding breakfast nooks and large tables to the space. As seen in this updated space from ryangloor, the kitchen of the 1950s was all about utilizing the room in the most efficient …

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    Building periods: 1940s–1960s | BRANZ Maintaining …

    Asbestos-cement was used in the 1940s and 1950s for wall and roof claddings and also in the 1960s for floor coverings and spray-on textured ceilings. If your house has sheet cladding from this period (including corrugated cement-based roof cladding) or sparkly textured ceilings, check whether they contain asbestos before working on them.

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    Wall Tiles: Buy Cheap Decorative Wall Tiles Online in …

    Shop our beautiful wall tile range to find low-cost, high-quality wall tiles in sizes, colours & materials galore from one of the UK's leading tile suppliers. From kitchens & bathrooms to bedrooms, hallways & beyond, our deceptively cheap decorative wall tiles can transform any tired living space.

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    From 1990: 10 home design trends that endure …

    30 · 1950s: Pastel bathrooms Photos courtesy of Pam Keuber/RetroRenovation.com (right) and Zillow (left) Pastel pink and green tiles aren't just for your grandparents' potpourri-drenched half-bath anymore.

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    Preservation Brief 40: Preserving Historic Ceramic Tile …

    Quarry tiles are the most basic type of historic ceramic floor tile. Originally made from quarried stone, they are machine-made using the extrusion process. Quarry tiles are unglazed, semi-vitreous or vitreous, and essentially are square or rectangular slabs of clay baked in a kiln.

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    Wall Tiles: Buy Cheap Decorative Wall Tiles Online in …

    Shop our beautiful wall tile range to find low-cost, high-quality wall tiles in sizes, colours & materials galore from one of the UK's leading tile suppliers. From kitchens & bathrooms to bedrooms, hallways & beyond, our deceptively cheap decorative wall tiles can transform any tired living space.

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    Recycled Plastic Building Materials | Plastics Make it ...

    13 · Recycled Building Product #3: Plastic Insulation. To help keep your home warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and green all year around, Insulastics is developing insulation made with recycled plastics. The insulation is designed to form …

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    Tile in retro colors for your mid century bathroom

    22 · Retailers with classic 1950s and 1960s style ceramic wall tiles and colors at relatively affordable prices — the “go-to” places I hear most about from readers: B&W Tile — B&W Tile has been a long-time go-to place for new 4×4 tile made today because of …

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    How to Tile Over Existing Wall Tile | Home Guides | SF …

    29 · How to Tile Over Existing Wall Tile. Tiled walls can last many years, but that’s not always a good thing. Colorful tiles may go out of style, and some tiles are inappropriate for the space. No ...

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    Building periods: 1940s–1960s | BRANZ Maintaining …

    Asbestos-cement was used in the 1940s and 1950s for wall and roof claddings and also in the 1960s for floor coverings and spray-on textured ceilings. If your house has sheet cladding from this period (including corrugated cement-based roof cladding) or sparkly textured ceilings, check whether they contain asbestos before working on them.

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    wall tiles Bathroom Morrocan Tiles. Moroccan bathroom tile is a specific type of intricate and brittle mosaic tile made of ceramic, the robust and completely timeless encaustic cement tile and vibrant, a tile that has recently seen a massive surge in popularity.

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    Mid Century Tile

    Bullnose Tiles. Bullnose tiles are used to finish edges where tiles meet wall surfaces, like sheet rock, wallpaper, or any exposed area. They have a slightly softened, glazed edge which goes right up to the wall. Great for finishing wainscoting and shower walls. We offer bullnose, bullnose base cove, base cove outcorner, and incorner.

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    Interior Wall Coverings & Finishes: How to Identify …

    This Q&A on possible asbestos in faux or "fake" bathroom or kitche wall tiles was posted originally . at ASBESTOS FLOORING IDENTIFICATION Interlocking Plastic Wall Tiles . Some 1950s and 1960s "faux" bathroom and kitchen walls were covered using interlocking plastic tiles produced by companies using this new "space-age" material

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    100+ fabulous '50s floors of linoleum & vinyl

    11 · Retro ’50s floors: Simple linoleum tile (1954) This spring, the whole house has found a fresh and functional fashion in hard surface floors. Easy upkeep materials from the kitchen and the nursery, like linoleum, vinyl and cork, have appeared in sophisticated new colorings and patterns that make handsome floors for modern or traditional settings.

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    The 1950s Toy Robot Sensation That Time Forgot

    2 · The 1950s Toy Robot Sensation That Time Forgot Before Rosie and R D2 became pop culture icons, a humble toy named Robert paved the way. Ideal’s Robert the Robot and friend [Photo: Bettmann ...

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    Guide to 20th Century Bathroom Tile

    15 · People weren’t keeping their kitchens and bathrooms as hygienic “factories.” Enter the era of pink, mint, and baby blue tiles—think 1950s automobiles. It’s estimated that 5 million pink bathrooms remain in use in American mid-century homes. Mosaic tiling, with small rectangular patterns and 1″ squares, became popular in the 1950s.

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    Sustainable Company Makes Building Blocks Out of …

    3 · Imagine building a house out of recycled plastic waste. It takes THIS plastic: And turns it into THIS: ByFusion has created a machine process to take any plastic, either sorted from one type or any combination of the 7 types in use, and turn that waste into …

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    Foundation Footings Used in the 1950s | eHow

    30 · Since the late 1940s and early 1950s, poured concrete and concrete block foundations have been the main building construction material for houses. Before that, foundations were constructed with brick, tile or stone, depending on the region. Those foundations required regular maintenance and were prone to moisture problems from seeping and leaking.

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    Processing of Waste Plastics into Building Materials …

    1 · The world's annual consumption of plastic materials has increased from around 5 million tons in the 1950s to nearly 100 million tons today. Plastics constitute approximately 7% of municipal waste. Presently, municipal garbage disposal departments burry the plastics along with other materials in landfill without even recognizing its ill effects.

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    Recycled Plastic Building Materials | Plastics Make it ...

    13 · Recycled Building Product #3: Plastic Insulation. To help keep your home warm in the winter, cool in the summer, and green all year around, Insulastics is developing insulation made with recycled plastics. The insulation is designed to form …

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