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Mimi Pineau Design
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5 Small Spaces
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An 88 square-foot shed was turned into the ultimate compact living space. Interior Design Show, Toronto, 2010 photo by Mark Olson
“Slide out desk” — katarinew
Mimi Pineau Design
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5 Small Spaces
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An 88 square-foot shed was turned into the ultimate compact living space. Interior Design Show, Toronto, 2010 photo by Mark Olson
“All of em” — Linnéa Edman
Mimi Pineau Design
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5 Small Spaces
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An 88 square-foot shed was turned into the ultimate compact living space. Interior Design Show, Toronto, 2010 photo by Mark Olson
“Cool bar sink” — Karen Denu
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Kitchen
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Who manufactures the decorative bee and square tiles used above the range? And what kind of subway tiles did you use with
Feet. Add some flair to the bottom of your cabinets with decorative feet. Feet are fitted and adhered under
Feet. Add some flair to the bottom of your cabinets with decorative feet. Feet are fitted and adhered under the toe
adding feet to just the sink base or cooktop cabinet to make the piece look like freestanding furniture.
Feet. Add some flair to the bottom of your cabinets with decorative feet. Feet are fitted and adhered under the toe kick. Add them to one cabinet for a
every cabinet for a cohesive look. If you're working on a budget, try adding feet to just the sink base or cooktop cabinet to make the piece look like freestanding
“cabinets” — bobbie15
180 degrees
ellsworth residence | 28 degrees
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when looking at Fleetwood, Arcadia or western we typically use $65 per square foot of glass area for budgetary purposes. This of course needs to be adjusted
width of 18 to 20 feet (give or take) is ideal, as it preserves a narrow proportion and allows for roughly 3 feet for walking space; 2 feet for built-in cabinetry
width of 18 to 20 feet (give or take) is ideal, as it preserves a narrow proportion and allows for roughly 3 feet for walking space; 2 feet for built-in cabinetry
cabinetry, closets or shelving; and 13 to 15 feet for living space. Narrow plans ensure you’ll always be within a few feet of a window, natural light and fresh
“Blanc et noir mur sans plinthe” — nathaliepayette
CORE Architects
Interior Design
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What brand is the recessed lighting trim? Love the square trim!
Love the fact that they have a square base.
the room. For example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so
light the room. For example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so
light the room. For example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so
“gray backsplash” — ktyflp
Princeton Architectural Press
Tom Kundig: Houses 2
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landscape. The kinetic walls allow a 500-square-foot interior to feel like 5,000 square feet when open, and 50 square feet when closed, a feat that’s difficult
service area. On the left is a compact galley kitchen with a fridge and several feet of counterspace, while to the right is the bathroom with shower.” – Small
landscape. The kinetic walls allow a 500-square-foot interior to feel like 5,000 square feet when open, and 50 square feet when closed, a feat that’s difficult
At 10 feet in height, the pivoting walls are substantial, but they make for suitably
“Blackout windows” — stoffel169
Bluebell Kitchens
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Penn Valley
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mosaics that used to cost $40 to $70.00 a square foot. Can now be purchased online for just $14.95 a square foot and Free shipping. A tax free purchase
space (in feet) and multiplying it by the width (in feet). If you are tiling more than one room and require a combined number of square feet, simply measure
overage), follow this example: If your backsplash area is 10 feet x 3 feet, you have 30 square feet that need coverage. Move the decimal point over once to
How do I calculate square footage? When installing tile, you will be measuring the required coverage using square feet. This entails measuring the
please make sure to note the square footage per box or sheet. They aren’t usually split into an even number of square feet so it’s important to know how
“stainless steel wall” — amber_nakashian
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