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Clay Construction Inc.
Clay Front Exterior
I built the home in 2006 so going by memory the doors are pretty standard 9 feet in height and 8 feet in width. Many manufacturers would be able to supply something similar.
We built the house about 6 years ago. I don't recall the exact colour
We used Hardies trim. It is very hard and can be quite brittle. We built this about 7 years ago so I am going on memory. I believe we used a 2x10 with a 2x4 on top. Often we use a 2x12 with a 2x6 and then a 2x4 on top so three layers and use a combed material. Combed Fascia is common here in BC but
Thanks, We built this house quite a few years ago so I am not sure that the stone is still offered. Check out their website at http://www.rockymountainstoneworks.ca/
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
25,000 SF of Luxury
Built in for A around window?
love love love the light fixture, ceiling, built ins!!!
I like the built in end tables/ shelving units
Ceiling treatment and built ins
Laura Kehoe Design
CA Beach Home
not traditional bunk beds, or loft
Can this be built in the barn?
loft in kids bedrooms - with built in desk and bookshelf
built in bunk...built-in ladder
Jesse Bay Cabinet Co.
built in cabinet
built in mudroom cabinet
built ins...Built in cubbys
Kathryn Long, ASID
gone out of business. This bookcase is modeled after the old ones. So it was custom designed and custom built. I have never seen anything else like it. You will probably have to have it built. ....and it will be very heavy! Note: an electrical outlet is installed on the top.
I like the built in double-sided bookcase. Probably not practical as we wouldn;t have a good space for it (I think) but nice nonetheless and something the keep in mind
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
This stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative
Debbie Evans Interior Design
placement of the refrigerator and views from other rooms in the house, I did not want stainless. But, like you, I didn't want to invest or commit to a built-in refrigerator. I mistakenly thought that this refrigerator with the panels was going to slide into the opening and sit flush with the cabinets around
main kitchen table at the end of the curve built in
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