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Andre Tchelistcheff Architects
14' x 16' and has a 10'-4" ceiling.
14X16 rm 10 ft ceiling
Seattle Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013
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ROM architecture studio is known for seamless remodels and additions to vintage homes, adapting them for today's needs while preserving their architectural character. Contact me for your next project!
Balcony small Chelsea Apartment
n the 16th floor with views over the River Thames this tiny balcony gives the owner somewhere to enjoy the air when weather permits!
A 16th-floor apartment in London overlooking the River Thames is a good place for a European-bistro-like atmosphere. Planter boxes found at an antique auction frame the view. Solid cast iron chairs from eBay were made comfortable with the help of thick cream-colored cushions. The table base, from
Cottage Company Interiors
room is 16' x 22'
16 x 22
Lake House Two - Bath
is 8"x16" on the walls and floor and 2x2 in the shower floor.
tile 8 x 16 wall tiles & 2 x 2 floor tiles
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
Ready, Set, GROW!
12-foot by 16-foot shed was the perfect solution.
Studio Santalla, Inc
Library with Recessed Bookshelves
It's a 16" x 16" tile if that helps. –Studio Santalla
mill valley house
48" x 16" D.
16" deep shelves
Rock Paper Hammer
wide by 16" deep, with an additional 6" extending at the bottom for the "bench" area. I have done cubbies as small as 15" wide by 12" deep that work fine-- it all depends on the amount of space you have available. Hope that helps! Emily
wide by 16" deep, with the bench at the bottom extending out an additional 6". Obviously size can vary-- about the smallest I would recommend would be 15" wide by 12" deep. Good luck with your project! Emily