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David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
House Earl's Court
Simple newell post detail 4x4 post
narrow, wood, probably goes to a 3rd floor, but I would want to go to basement and second floor
3rd floor stairs
“obviously no stairs headed down, but looks like a small footprint” — jmackin770
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
and comments. Basic dimensions are as follows: Finished width of both runs is 6' - 10" 3/4' -- two equal runs with a 4" clear gap between each section. The ris is 7.25" and the run is 11". The stair itself is a composite of 3/8" steel plate - painted black with a 1.25" bamboo overlay for both tread and
Color de las escakeras x abajo
“merdiven kork” — df mimarlik
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Interiors
painting - could use 3x over green sofa
Pasillo 3
“Wood paneling” — wendystew
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
Large shower with Picture frame on back wall 4ft wide x 3ft tall
Example 3 frame flush with mosaic insert and field tile.
bath tile6
“Bathroom” — Matilda Mirakaj
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
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Would work for table island. Need 6 chairs and storage underneath. Sink on end.?
windows repeat the X glass fronts, crystal chandeliers rather than pendants, the faucet and farm sink, the long handles on the cabinets on the right, pull out toaster/convection
“Black counters Angle of floors” — fcpetillo
Christiano Homes, Inc.
7 Reviews
Costa Mesa Farmhouse Contemporary remodel
The space between the firepit and the long side of the bench is 20 3/4 inches and on the short side of the bench it's 19 inches. Thanks for you question!
The firepit was was formed with rough sawn 2x6 boards.
The space between the firepit and the long side of the bench is 20 3/4 inches and on the short side of the bench it's 19 inches.
“fireplace” — carolmcd
Howard Bankston & Post
2 Reviews
Open Floor Plan
Sure, it's 20'-6" long by 20'-0" wide, to the column line that separates the living room from the dining room. There used to be a full wall on that line, which was s
There are a series of identical arches in line with the 2 arched ones you can see (behind the camera, each 3'-4" wide. This was my way of creating some needed spatial organization. The larger opening between the living room and dining is 5'-10" wide, which
The beams are an ordinary construction trick of wrapping a structural beam with 1x facing resulting in what is called a "box beam." They were stained with a semi-transparent stain so that, while some pigment remains, some of the wood
love all 3 rooms showing in an open space
“We have similar coffee table. Nice to see how they used it in this setup” — mutayo
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Architectural Ceramics today (where we purchase most of our ceramic/glass/porcelain/stone) and they recommend that if you want a similar look to go with a 12x24 Limestone. Architectural Ceramics Web Site: http://www.architecturalceramics.com/ We hope this helps! Please let us know if you would like more
there were five different ceiling heights down here. Now they are 7-feet, 1-inch high, except the lower portions covering the ductwork, which are about 6 feet, 8 inches high. The white paint and recessed lighting make them feel higher.
“Basement” — mgorentz
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