117,126 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos

Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
20 Reviews
Arts Council Showhouse Library 5
Ideabooks4,005
Questions7
More traditional, fabric on sofas
Built ins....built in cabinetry
“Built ins.” — helenabattisti
SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks8,522
Questions3
house can be classified as contemporary, elements like this ceiling add a traditional cozy feeling.
and bright yellow color is nicely juxtaposed against the rustic and traditional look of this kitchen. Color is a great way to unify different elements
built in...Built in kitchen...built in seating
“colours lite mirror furniture” — lexacare
Johnson + McLeod Design Consultants
East Vancouver Home Remodel
Ideabooks1,754
Questions5
Inside a traditional fireplace??
Traditional/contemporary decor. Orange!!
Built in mirror over fireplace...built in mirror above fireplace
“Orange table” — rebjanes
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
2 Reviews
Minnesota Private Residence
Ideabooks985
Questions3
fireplace wall with built-ins, chairs in front, place desk where sofa is, and piano on the wall
When bookcases are converted to look built in this idea works
built in shelves
“color scheme” — heyitsjulie
Sopris Homes
4 Reviews
Sopris Homes - "Sierra" residence
Ideabooks891
Questions1
built-in cabinets...built in over fp...Built in
“fireplace” — sweetaddey
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks3,333
Questions6
Contrast of the simple traditional withe the sleek cut out of the windows
Wow! What a house! Built to withstand any possible river flood that may occur!
House built over pond. Simple design...traditional lines, but modern
“Wow! What a house! Built to withstand any possible river flood that may occur!” — lizbailey7
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896
Ideabooks179
Questions0
ingenious 'hole in the wall' makes it look like a large traditional mirror....i like a lot :)
Pass through with built in -- corner of dining room. Would it work?
Victorian House Renovation - Built 1896
“Pass through” — meredithsztuk
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks536
Questions0
Brunswick Harbor. Slaves from Retreat Plantation, owned by Thomas Butler King, built earthworks and batteries. Plantation residents were scattered—the men joined
the 1880s. Beachfront structures, such as a new pier and grand hotel, were built on the southeastern end of the island and could be accessed by ferry. Around
boomed in the 1950s and 1960s. More permanent homes and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving community
large tracts of land and plans to protect property in the island's three traditional African American neighborhoods. Despite its rapid growth and development
“Stairs6” — adiahaituen
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