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109,950 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
Master Bath Retreat
looking at the little built-in with the tea cup on it). Thanks!
I'm looking thru the related photos and would like to know ordering specs for the glass knobs you used on some of the other cabinetry in the house. (I'm looking at the little built-in with the tea cup
of wainscoting matching the vanity and trim? This is similar to what I'm talking about: http://www.houzz.com/photos/37434/Addition-and-Remodel-traditional-bathroom-san-francisco Thanks!
Hi Kayron - I live in Seattle - can you please tell me who built the cabinets? Thanks, Brad
This is the cabinet type I'd like to use. I like the full mirror integration with the built in. Looks very high end.
Another one where the built in upper cabinets and framed in mirrors w/ lighting tied in is all linked with architectural crown moulding and a tile back splash....except I probably
Beth Whitlinger Interior Design
Equestrian Estate in Orange Park Acres
It's layered in neutrals. Lots of texture. Traditional but fresh
Kitchen Bar: Like the rounded corner shelf on built-in.
built in hutch thingy in back
Built-In Window Seat
Side wall built in...built-in bench...built-in cabinets
Backsplash, built in bench, wrap around island, lights
May consider built-in table
built in bench...built-in bench...built-in booth...Built-In Window
Could you tell me the type of wood used for the built-in bookshelves? Thanks!
Transitional theme (traditional to modern)
built in shelves...Built in bookcase...built in's
High-gloss lilac adds unexpected color above, while a Dutch door and built-in dog beds keep the McKinleys' pets contained and comfortable in the laundry room. Photo by Erica George Dines for Southern Living
Dutch door and built in dog bed. Cool.
6. After-darkThe laundry is often the best place for a dog at night-time if uninterrupted sleep is important to you. These comfy built-in beds can be left where they are during the day and never get in the way.
Luscious laundryDrenching sheep, riding horses and driving tractors makes for a lot of washing, so it’s no wonder Country homes were built with this in mind. Make your laundry as lovely as your kitchen with a farmhouse sink and classic cabinetry.SMART STRATEGY: Doors can add much to a home’s
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
bathtub, as well as giving a thorough makeover to the room, transforming the modular shower into a fabulous new custom shower with skylight, a new built-in and integrated wainscoting, a new window and fresh paint this bathroom now elegantly serves all the clients bathing needs. Renovation/Addition.
PCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo A claw-foot tub is the quintessential pick for a farmhouse bathroom. Warm, comfy touches like beadboard wainscoting and built-in details finish the look.
Built in is a great idea if you have the room.
old bathroom."This salvaged clawfoot tub was repaired and replumbed, and it's a perfect fit underneath the slanted roofline. Smith integrated another built-in bookshelf for storage and added a new window. A vintage ladder of the client's serves as an antique towel rack.
Venegas and Company
Aston Road Kitchen
application, traditional antique white paint with a brown
Yes, the finish is the light antique nickel. The paint is a custom color from one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. It is a traditional antique white paint with a brown glaze.
These cabinets were built by Premier Custom Built for us! This is a beaded inset application with a tradtitional antique white paint with a brown glaze.
Yes - have a look at the project album "Taylored Traditional" - there is another image. Good luck with your project!
We designed the mantle hood along with the cabinets. Both were made by Premier Custom Built. This hood measures 68" in width and 62" in height.
Devi Dutta Architecture
alamo square bath
fully renovated/remodeled bathroom in traditional Victorian flat in San Francisco
built in shelf with mosaics inside
built in shelves in the wall
Old-fashioned claw-foot tubs are a great option for small baths. They tend to take up less floor area than traditional built-in tubs and create the illusion of more square footage, because the floor is visible beneath them. A medicine cabinet helps corral toiletries.