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Tarallo Kitchen and Bath, Inc.
1 Review
Pound Ridge, Laundry Room
Ideabooks120K
Questions27
how do you do the lighting under cabinets?
love the lighting under the cabinets. How is that done?
How high are the stacked washer/dryer?
I know the countertop is 48" long, how wide is the section for the stacked w/d unit? Also how tall are the uppers? Looks fantastic!
How to hide shutoff valves and laundry drain while keeping accessible
How did you do it? Does the stack need to be pulled out to access the shutoff valves?
How did you do the dryer vent?
When the machines are stacked like this and the controls are on the top of the high one, how tall do you need to be to reach these?
Where does the dryer vent out to?
How tall does a person have to be to reach the top dryer controls when stacked? This would be a full size washer/ dryer Electrolux Set.
“Stack” — leahgodfrey
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Ellis Residence - master bathroom
Ideabooks40,013
Questions17
Who makes the faucet and what collection does it belong to?
How thick is the tub? How did you get the drain and overflow to work?
than a standard bath but they in turn are much deeper. You use them more in a seated position than a lounged position as you’d more generally be used to. They are a great addition for those space saving bathrooms yet they still give you the functionality of relaxed bathing.
the view and the simplicity of the bathroom. I like the window and how it frames nature.
the side of a tub to get in and out. Using a sunken tub in this bathroom leaves an unobstructed view to the floor-to-ceiling window.
Setting this tub into the floor allowed for a floor-to-ceiling view without any obstruction. Perfect for this long, narrow space.
“step down tub.” — laurakirk
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Mine Road Farm - Exterior
Ideabooks6,619
Questions4
a property edge and where forming a garden space is the desire. Made of hand-hewn timber and left to weather naturally, split rail fences have a back-to-nature appeal that machined materials don't possess.
a property edge and where forming a garden space is the desire. Made of hand-hewn timber and left to weather naturally, split rail fences have a back-to-nature appeal that machined materials don't possess. A favorite type of split rail fence is found in many rural areas, with the fence laid out in a
split rail fencing - made of hand hewn timber - has a back-to-nature appeal rather than machine processed
How about a stone barn someday?
forming a garden space is the desire. Made of hand-hewn timber and left to weather naturally, split rail fences have a back-to-nature appeal that machined materials don't possess.A favorite type of split rail fence is found in many rural areas, with the fence laid out in a chevron pattern, as here in Conner
“Customer loves the stone” — Keith Goatesw Construction Company
A. Rejeanne Interiors
2 Reviews
A. Rejeanne Interiors Portfolio
Ideabooks23,301
Questions28
designed by A. Rejeanne Interiors and custom built by a local furniture maker.
these are beautiful chairs from a to-the-trade only supplier. they are totally customizable and if you're interested we'd love to help you! please call us for more information. 888-348-8364 thank you A. Rejeanne Interiors
these chairs are from Baker and can be purchased through A. Rejeanne Interiors in any fabric or any wood finish that you'd like. please feel free to call or email with any questions. 973-617-7577 arejeanne
these pedestals were designed by A. Rejeanne Interiors and custom made by one of our furniture makers.
Stunning room! I'm pleasantly surprised how you can't see the grass cloth seams!! Is it the lighting of the picture (or maybe sheen of the pewter color?) ...or do you have a special process of
“Ceiling” — acleet
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
House 6
Ideabooks1,828
Questions3
Photography: Peter A. Sellar / ...
don't like how thin the shelf looks
Door way thickness - see how bookshelves are built into door opening… this for the opening between library and foyer (hide desk)
i like how the chairs are different in front of fireplace
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural
“shelves on side of french doors” — katienabil
Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
4 Reviews
Hilldale Residence
Ideabooks25,981
Questions33
Also how many inches did the crown molding add? Thank you!
How to make a gamers room with such a little space?
I like to play video games a lot
What would be the size I would need for this kitchen if I am looking at the kitchen and the table space? How much space do you allow between the counter and the island? How far does the counter go to the left of the sink? Thank you for your advice.
how thick is the carrera? 1.5 or 2 " it looks like
over the oven area - above the oven, what do you have there. looks like the micro unit, but how safe is it to
How is the range hood/exhaust fan housed under the microwave ?
it all around our kitchen would be very costly. Do you know if there is a nice way to do that without incurring so much expense? where do I learn how to do a nice edge that looks thick like this one. It does appear as thick at 2". but you say the slabs are all about 1" thick right?
“Gray counter” — jhvm331
Barton Woodworks
Eagle Wood Home
Ideabooks6,324
Questions14
How high is your microwave when stacked on the double oven here?
How much did the fridge cost you and where did you get it
left. It is a Sub Zero, I'm not sure how much it cost.
Do you know how the "foot rail" on the bottom was attached?
Great cabinetry! A previous response mentioned a refrigerator on the right and a freezer on the left. It is likely a: Sub-Zero 736TR ... and a: Sub-Zero 700TFI ... :) Rhoda
panels on refrigerator/freezer - concept (to mask full-door frig/freezer)
“storage above the fridge” — mrsallen714
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
Ideabooks6,282
Questions4
having plywood timber panels and exposed studwork finishes internally. do you have to laquer or finish the timbers in a special coating? im thinking of a) splintering etc and b) fire rating. thank you (lovely idea with the peep holes by the way
what I call a "Swiss Cheese" wall. It could be fun to design a series of openings of differing heights and sizes...for people tall and small...to peek-a-view as they come into the great room. This would be done in the existing wall.
How screen is attached to stair
how cool is this for going upstairs
to the fifth borough, Philadelphia. The $100K House demonstrates how one can create an eco-friendly home without blowing the budget. Nic Darling kept the labor and construction costs capped at $100,000. Here the staircase plays peek-a-boo with plywood, creating a unique accent wall.
“Stairs in garage going up to second level Rec room/sports bar/man cave?” — benstephanie
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