57,779 8 Inch Home Design Photos

GDC Construction
1 Review
Master
Ideabooks3,804
Questions5
Hi, I'd like to know about the space ( in inch) between the pendant lights and nightsstands?
I think is is between 27-30 inches from the top of the nightstand to the bottom of the light fixture.
“Lamparas” — lucyhdez
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg Grant Art Studio
Ideabooks3,499
Questions2
could add shelves on where we gained 11 inches
Window wall unit detail 12 inch.
“Ventanas altas en el estudio?” — Karina Vidal
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Architect: Jon C Bernhard
Ideabooks6,748
Questions5
room a grid of Fossil Creek flagstone emphasizes verticality. "The 24-inch by 24-inch grid lines continue up to the pool and the guest house," says Wetzel
“Modern greatroom” — brent17
Echelon Custom Homes
11 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks3,622
Questions7
Common sizes used for kitchen counters include 12- by 12-inch squares and mini slabs that are 18 inches wide by counter depth. Grout lines are often minimized
“master bath ex - neutralize all/golden triangle organge” — hfinerty
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Shirley Avenue
Ideabooks4,651
Questions5
Espresso-stained bamboo. We ordered 2-inch thick bamboo planks and had them custom stained to match the floor which
random lighting from LBC lighting. small, med, and large. Large is 41 or 43 inches in diameter and $2200
“stair” — caesar_christian
Key Residential
9 Reviews
Holloway Home - Fall 2012
Ideabooks352
Questions0
30-Inch Professional Series Double
Sub-Zero 736TCI 36-Inch Built-In Bottom-Freezer
“red area rug modern room with brown and white” — Michaela L
John Kraemer & Sons
36 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,216
Questions6
Wolf 48-Inch Gas Range With Charbroiler
Sub-Zero 736TCI 36-Inch Built-In Bottom-Freezer
“Bar design” — peppler
Christopher Simmonds Architect
2 Reviews
New Edinburgh Project
Ideabooks3,109
Questions2
some areas. "Studies show that this wood will lose around a quarter of an inch in thickness every 100 years, so even though it's 100 years old now, it has
some areas. ‘Studies show that this wood will lose around a quarter of an inch in thickness every 100 years, so even though it’s 100 years old now, it has
“recycled wood” — auimonen
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