105,938 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos

Centsational Girl
Centsational girl
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Traditional dresser decorated w pottery barn accents
since age doesn’t guarantee quality. Some things were shoddily made centuries ago, just as they can be today. Even if the piece was high quality when built, age can take its toll. So if you’re in love with a dresser like this one, check that the drawers slide smoothly and see if they are made with dovetail
since age doesn’t guarantee quality. Some things were shoddily made centuries ago, just as they can be today.Even if the piece was high quality when built, age can take its toll. So if you’re in love with a dresser like this one, check that the drawers slide smoothly and see if they are made with dovetail
Restore its former glory This traditional look has withstood the test of time. If your chest of drawers is looking a little worse for wear, strip it down and bring it back to life with a
“Decorating w silver pieces” — mjwpep
Tres McKinney Design
6 Reviews
San Francisco Nob Hill Highrise
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privacy shade that can be pulled down behind the woven shade for additional sun control or privacy. They work beautifully in both contemporary and traditional design schemes. This particular weave has a very refined texture and I paired it with fabric sheers in the same color on sliding doors in the same
This condominium was built in the 1970 and had an unsightly base board heating that we were not allowed to remove. We had a decorative pattern cut with an abrasive water jet technique
built in looks more modern - see previous photo
“living room” — brigidrocks
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
New York Transformation
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built in storage shelves and work surfaces
traditional laundry room
built in
“Shelves” — momrn01
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton, California Estate by Markay Johnson Construction
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half-timber accents, and a steeply pitched roof finished in varying shades of slate. Completed in 2006, the home is magnificently appointed with traditional appeal and classic elegance surrounding a vast center terrace that accommodates indoor/outdoor living so easily. Distressed walnut floors span the
“Outdoor” — manura
The Landmark Group
1 Review
The View From Here
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who designed and built this amazing home?
great rustic layout! just this w a mix of traditional is it!
Like the mix of traditional and modern we like.
segments - could be built in sections
Contemporary traditional
“Awesome” — lehault
Kim Liggins
West Seattle cottage
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I built a cover almost exactly like this on my deck in Seattle, and am having a problem with water dripping down the back (house side). I left the existing
bunch of ways to tie into an existing roof system. Did you punch through the roof and tie into the truss? it almost looks that way. Here is a more traditional entryway, where the small roof need to be tied into the home, pretty common, you can see more at http://arizonaroofrescue.com
I built the same thing in Calgary.After some hassles from planning, I ended up with an overbuilt structure for snow load with 12 inch spacing. It works great
Traditional covered porches are wonderful, but one with the added benefit of a glass pergola is truly special. Open, but still protected, a glass roof (especially
“The rattan blinds” — dcs15
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
French Colonial Living Room
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A little too traditional for us for the mantel.
built-in for wall...Built ins
“The mantle” — jw70
Arcanum Architecture
Palo Alto Residence
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Contemporary details provide a modern interpretation of a traditionally styled single family residence
Simple lines on a traditional shape.
with your contractor, be careful to stay out of his way while doing your own work. Maybe you can install the floating cork floor after the room is built but before the finish carpenters and painters come in — you could even do it on a weekend so there's no disruption to the contractor's schedule. Not
with your contractor, be careful to stay out of his way while doing your own work. Maybe you can install the floating cork floor after the room is built but before the finish carpenters and painters come in — you could even do it on a weekend so there's no disruption to the contractor's schedule. Not
“windows” — safarmer3
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