105,937 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos

Presley Architecture
2 Reviews
Frank's Cottage
Ideabooks217
Questions0
built-in bookcase
built-in bookshelves
built-in bookshelf
“Living room furniture” — thatsjill
Sellars Lathrop Architects, llc
5 Reviews
Family room and kitchen addition
Ideabooks513
Questions0
bb island, navy built in!
refrigerator built-in
Built in refrigerator
“Blue/gray cabinet” — Bryan Landon Construction, Inc
Godwin Residential Construction
Fifth Avenue Pied A Terre
Ideabooks327
Questions1
Built in nook
built in window seat
built in couch/bed
“Cozy, high-rise city apartment with view” — liebling05
Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks97,361
Questions39
Bench and built in shelving in shower
Built in shelf
“cadles” — sabrinfarooqui
Turan Designs, Inc.
12 Reviews
Miller Kitchen
Ideabooks37,332
Questions34
Combustible material refers to cabinets and and site-built items that don't have an approval from a nationally recognized testing laboratory.
one unit. Some of these units vent, while others only recirculate air. These units are around 24 to 30 inches wide and are shallower than full-size built-in microwaves. The shallow size means they can be installed above the cooking surface without causing you to hit your head every time you lean forward
“cookbook shelf” — chumba89
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Ansley Kitchen Renovation
Ideabooks3,501
Questions7
2 built in dishwashers & pull trash can
Dishwasher built into island
Two built-in dishwashers, extra storage, and recycling and trash receptacles in the island make postparty cleanup easy.Dishwasher: KitchenAid; faucet, sink: Kohler
“like the mixture of wood and white cabinets” — tamster77
Brooke B. Sammons
2 Reviews
Craftsman Inspired Kitchen
Ideabooks42,662
Questions37
Remodel in historical Munger Place, this house is a Craftsman Style Reproduction built in the 1980's. The Kitchen and Study were remodeled to be more in keeping with the Craftsman style originally intended for home.
Color walls, backsplash, cupboards are traditional
Craftsman kitchens. Craftsman style arose in the early 20th century as a reaction to the mass-produced fussiness of the Victorian era. Its rich woods, built-ins, handcrafted tiles and well-made simplicity continue to charm us. Guide: 8 Elements of a Craftsman Kitchen
“island” — Heather Owens
Martina Williams
Culshaw Bell, Complete Kitchenette
Ideabooks55,322
Questions18
The built-in cooktop burner on the right side of the countertop is prob induction. You are confusing induction with convection.
Wide doors on top that provide built in storage. I can see this as an entrainment bar that could be closed and invisible, looking like ordinary cabinetry when closed, but open up--and
“Vintage look” — claresyg
Do bunkbeds take up visual space?
Or would the space saved on the floor create more space? It would be in a small room -- 10x12 kid's room -- and partly cover the windows (three long...
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