106,606 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos

Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
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Dining room built in
Built in buffet...Built ins...Built in Cabients...built in pantry
“Cabinet top hutch!” — ekmartin
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Gorgeous!! The doors for the cabinet were built in your shop?how do they attach?
They were custom built and upholstered. Thanks for asking!
Yes, built in our shop and designed by Charlie SImmons from Charlie & Co. Design.
built in look for wine cooler
mudroom like this fridge. But it will be a line of closets that resemble an over sized armoire of two armoires with space in between. Not this traditional though.
love this kitchen, built-in refrigerator, counter detail, flooring
“Opening possibility kitchen into foyer living room” — tvance45
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Hi. i am currently renting a place and i have no cabinets to use for the built-in oven. But i want to buy a built-in oven because of the size (so i can bake with bigger pans) and the feature. sorry for this question but i just want to know whether i can still use the built-in oven
if more traditional kitchen space, like this
good to know - microwave over built-in ovens look best when same size as oven width so get trim kit to make that happen
Microwaves over built-in ovens look best when they appear to be the same width as the oven below it, which is why you may need a larger trim kit.
“Faucet, lights” — txmaverickmh
Studio 6 Architects
3 Reviews
Traditional Cape Cod remodel
Curious is this is a mason built fireplace or an insert? If insert, can you tell me manufacturer?
Love height, stone, built ins and wallop windows
ceiling, fireplace, TV built-in
wood box in built ins
Traditional Cape Cod remodel
built ins...Built-in Media Wall...Custom Built
“Fireplace” — David Hopper
16 Reviews
Family Room
built in bookshelves somewhere in house- great room, utility studio?
The beadboard behind the built in shelve
upstairs loft area, half walls and built ins
Make built in shelves in loft area
Instead of closing off the library in the usual traditional way, this open library keeps the space airy and makes the entire first floor feel larger. Planked walls and a planked ceiling lend a cottage feel
“Library” — Gilda
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
square foot of outdoor space is accounted for. Cunningham avoided wasted space by selecting a sliding barn-style gate rather than a traditional swinging door. Seamless, built-in cabinets keep AC units, trash and recycling out of view — eliminating visual clutter. He embraced the firewood storage as
HIDE THE AIR CONDITIONER. Here’s the built structure from the previous rendering. From the main sitting area, you would never guess that to the left of the firewood stash is an access door to
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC Save to Ideabook Email Photo Here’s the built structure from the previous rendering. From the main sitting area, you would never guess that to the left of the firewood stash is an access door to
“Wall design and interesting chairs” — sayoko11
Southern Studio Interior Design
11 Reviews
Coastal Retreat Kitchen
Love the way the refrigerator looks "built-in" - what is the depth of the cabinet? Seems like it needs to be a "tad" deeper than 24" to achieve this look.
This refrigerator is not built-in. It is a free-standing counter-depth french door refrigerator. The counter depth helps keep it flush with the cabinets for a clean look. I hope
like this country-style kitchen...w/traditional island in contrast color.
counter depth french door looks built in
“Hidden appliances” — jennilwaters
Southern Living
What They Did
Furthering her plan to enhance the room's architecture, Suzanne turned one corner of the kitchen into a cheery dining area with an L-shaped built-in bench that mimics the cabinetry. To keep the dining nook cozy (not restaurant-like) she surrounded the metal bistro table with slipcovered armchairs and
love that the table isn't built in and can be easily moved. This allows for a nice area for guests to sit while visiting with the cook. Could also have an easily portable coffee
“Butaca y sofá” — juany2012
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