55,678 8 inch Home Design Photos

Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Ballard Cut
Ideabooks608
Questions4
Tell me about the vanity, is it available in a 48 inch model? What is the wood?
These doors and drawers are opened manually by reaching into that 1-inch slot and pulling on either the top or bottom of the drawer/door. There are nine drawers in this vanity - three stacks of three. Additionally, the panels below the sinks are fixed, and below those are paired doors.
“mirror n hanging cpb” — Ngate Makgoba
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Greenbrier Residence
Ideabooks12,227
Questions22
What is the brand of the refrigerator? Is it 42 inches wide?
How many inches between counters?
stove top under the window idea.....I would have more space btwn stove top and window--at least 6 inches, maybe a foot
“Cabinets and tile” — kmkkmk53
Eisner Design LLC
9 Reviews
Westchester, NY
Ideabooks4,830
Questions5
I want to build a 101 inches floor to floor straight stair from my bedroom to attic. I have very limited space and want the treads not more than then 25 inched wide. I live in northern Virginia. Thanks.
Addressing the 4 inch problem
“Pasamano-2” — nangui
Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,199
Questions13
Hi Dbax, Wolf offers various stainless backsplashes to go with your rangetop. There is a 5 inch, 10 inch, and 20 inch with shelf - so it would not be necessary to have one custom made. I have attached some pictures. You can order this piece through the
“chairs” — elewost
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Chef's Kitchen
Ideabooks11,323
Questions10
about this so I can share with my granite fabricator and cabinet maker. What is the support made of? how many inches deep is the granite bar? How many inches deep (past a range depth of 26 inches) does the lower counter need to be in order to offer enough space for the support? I would really love to
“Colors of everything” — aveon
NW Home Designers
9 Reviews
West Seattle Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks14,070
Questions7
I have dual cabinets with a long divider (inside). I want to turn one side into a wine chiller. Drawer is 22inches. Most wine chillers are 15inches width. Also what's the type of wine chiller?
This cozy little coffee nook is positioned between two 24-inch pantries on the back wall. This space is approximately 2 feet in width. A coffee prep does not have to be large. Everything you would need is here: coffeemaker, mugs with sink and fridge close by.
“Kitchen” — sabrinapineda
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Rustic Canyon Residence
Ideabooks5,085
Questions2
a telescoping glass door that's been engineered to comply with impact resistance ratings could easily have a threshold (sill) that's over 3 inches high
example, a telescoping glass door that's been engineered to comply with impact resistance ratings could easily have a threshold (sill) that's over 3 inches high. Providing a recess at the floor edge to receive this sill will make all the difference in how seamlessly the transition is made.
example, a telescoping glass door that's been engineered to comply with impact resistance ratings could easily have a threshold (sill) that's over 3 inches high. Providing a recess at the floor edge to receive this sill will make all the difference in how seamlessly the transition is made.
“track lighting” — ronitmj
Bianchi Design
14 Reviews
Rancho Nuevo
Ideabooks352
Questions0
which a delicate plume of water rises just a couple of inches above the water’s surface to provide a tranquil, trickling sound that conjures feelings of serenity in the calm, quiet space. The sweeping wall of corten steel also has a continuous six inch wide vertical cleft that allows an axial glimpse of
cantilevered steel sluice spills from the cleft into a pebble filled reflecting bowl that overflows yet again into a final pebble filled basin set only one inch below deck level. At night, the plume, lower basin and impact zone of the sluiceway are all lit from beneath the water's surface, projecting a dancing
“Great lines” — vickimoutray
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