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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks14,471
Questions10
for mechanicals , does it have inside entrance or outdoor only. Trying to incorporate this same idea in my new construction but torn on how to go about.
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Port Ludlow house. The interior IPE floor has a clear finish. We generally use BONA Kemi Traffic waterborne finish, which I believe we also used here.
The ceiling height in the main living space varies from about 11-ft to about 14-ft.
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Port Ludlow project. There is a standard crawl space under most of the house, with about 20"-24" clear from the framing to the ground. We do have a partial mechanical basement, with just a
changed my office policy about posting plans of our projects. In order to protect the privacy of my clients and safeguard my professional liability, we no longer post any floor plans. I apologize for this change. Good luck with your project.
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Kathryn Long, ASID
9 Reviews
Lake Toxaway
Ideabooks22,764
Questions19
The stone is beautiful. Can you give me details about it?
Without searching for the set of plans, I can give you some approximate numbers: the fireplace opening is about 40" wide and the two sides of stone are probably close to 20" each. The bookcases are about 30" wide each. A design professional can help make sure your design will work in your space. Good
Thanks. It's Champleve, from Japan. This type of lamp was made during the period between about 1880 through the 1940s. We found it at Stuf's Antiques here in Asheville. N.C.
I also have a new client who loves this stone, so I asked the contractor about it. It was from a small quarry in the vicinity of Lake Toxaway, where this home is located. Unfortunately, the quarry is now closed. We have not found
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Maria Killam
19 Reviews
Vancouver Residence
Ideabooks7,302
Questions12
Tell me about the picture in the hallway. Thx.
gas fireplace in the photo above is about 32" tall, the tiled surround and trim is about 8" high (6" tiles + 2" trim), the orange bit of wall is about 5" high, the mantel shelf header is about 9" high and the shelf itself is about 1 1/2" thick. So, the total is about 55 1/2" +/-. I would say that 54"
hearth, all bets are off, because you have to reconcile the relative distance from the top of the hearth with your overall desired height. Be careful about lowered combustible (wood) mantels more than the gas insert instruction manual allows. I would also strongly recommend sketching up the whole thing
Think about this for TV room and fireplace.
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FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Port Ludlow House
Ideabooks8,745
Questions5
for your question about our Port Ludlow project. Unfortunately, I do not have any information about the small wood bench in the front entry. My clients supplied this bench, and I do not know the source. Sorry about that!
Hi, Thanks for your question about the IPE flooring at
the response about the windows. We ended up going with Fleetwoods and they are incredible...
Hi, Thanks for your question about our Port Ludlow house. The width of the stairs is about 38" and the
at the Port Ludlow house. The width of the planks in the house was about 3"-4".
Hi, Thanks for your question about the wood stain colors at our Port Ludlow project. The floor and stair treads are IPE, with a mostly clear finish (just a little pigment to even out the color). The handrail is Sapele
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The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
12 Reviews
Cherry Kitchen
Ideabooks7,176
Questions16
The files for this project are in our archives but my best guess is this island is about 42x84. The overhang on the long side is 1 1/2" and the overhang on the short sides is about 12". The overhang for the seats looks to be about 18" or so. These are about the dimensions
this island is about 42x84. The overhang on the long side is 1 1/2" and the overhang on the short sides is about 12". The overhang for the seats looks to be about 18" or so. These are about the dimensions you would need to make this look work.
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Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Oakland Master Bedroom
Ideabooks65,686
Questions37
So I see the whole conversation about the paint color. I too was surprised that the color was darker and more taupe then what I thought originally. With that I am wondering about the color of the sheets. Are they also taupe or did you use gray sheets? what
what size the room is. I am planning a remodel which would add a 5x12 bathroom to a room that is 18x16. I would be left with a space that is just about 12x13.
Williams Sonoma Home, but to my knowledge are no longer available. The shades were custom. Sorry about that....
I have found greys to be the hardest for me. I had about 9 different samples in one room before I got what i wanted..
This room is about 15x15, so a bit larger than your space but it would still work without the chairs on either side of the bed. Thanks!
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Bosworth Hoedemaker
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Mt. Shadows
Ideabooks6,107
Questions4
Scale is one of the most exciting ingredients in our design toolbox. No, I am not talking about the rule that says we mustn't put a big piece in a small room. Usually that rule is simply wrong. I am talking about our fourth tool: varying scale. See how this very large and lovely armoire, the single piece
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advertised? If so, a description of the furniture should be written on your receipt. If the dealer won't consent to that, he or she may be uncertain about the item's provenance. • Ask the dealer if any repairs have been done to the piece. Repairs aren't necessarily a drawback, but you should know what
Scale is one of the most exciting ingredients in our design toolbox. No, I am not talking about the rule that says we mustn't put a big piece in a small room. Usually that rule is simply wrong. I am talking about our fourth tool: varying scale. See how this very large and lovely armoire, the single piece
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Sharratt Design & Company
1 Review
19. Golden Valley Lake Home
Ideabooks153
Questions2
includes both of those, however. The bathroom depth without the linen cabinet would be about 14'-0" (if it just had the two vanities). Feel free to give us a call if you would like to come in and meet with us about your project - always happy to help. Cheers!
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