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Glennwood Custom Builders (NC)
10 Reviews
Beautiful Mountain Residence
Ideabooks68,582
Questions25
Are plans available to purchase for building the bunk beds in photo?
more specifically how much space is needed for such beds?
awning doors that open up vs. to the side. This would allow better access to the space underneath vs. a drawer that you would need to be tall to look in to. In regards to creating this cavity for these storage spaces, you would have to incorporate a much thinner steel frame in order to support the
What a great use of accommodating space!!!!! I LOVE this!
The space allotted for the width of the bed is just over 5'. So not sure what size mattress that will accommodate.
practiicality of sleeping so many in one space.
The twin beds, saving space in any home
Great use of space to add bunk for friends above queen bed, but would only want one bed set
“Great vacation guest area” — lkfp
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DEANE Inc | Rooms Everlasting
11 Reviews
DEANE - Island Dream
Ideabooks1,455
Questions2
How wide is this desk space?
office space for two, compact, divided off other space but looks good...part of one of the big bedrooms?
Small space with desk (window above for Mark's office) then storage on one side
nice office space. nice family photos
PrintersMost people need a printer in their home office. These also vary in size, but you can plan on a footprint of at least 18 by 24 in. (46 by 61 cm). The height will depend on how the machine operates. Doors may open at the top, sides or back, allowing printer cartridges to be replaced or paper to
“Tight space” — riome
Contemporary Staircase
Ideabooks8,949
Questions11
Nice hallway semi open plan
Love this floor plan
colors... Open space great
Everything. Space. Light.
Open space...open floor plan...Ground floor plan...lovely open space
“interior” — Dupinderjit Singh
Mark Burton
Mark Burton
Ideabooks1,059
Questions2
With more and more people turning to the garden to make use of good space, teenagers are moving in to get there "own space" too.
the fact that its on wheels means you don't need planning permission
With more and more people turning to the garden to make use of good space, teenagers are moving in to get there "own space" too.
Its portable, does not need planning permission and yours to take with you when you move house.
won’t usually need planning permission, making it a brilliant solution if you have a garden. Even better, you can take it with you when you move.
Make it mobileIs it a room, or is it a cute, mini house? Either way, the fact that it’s on wheels means there’s no need to acquire planning permission to put
“guests at cabin” — nveeee
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Impluvium House
Ideabooks4,570
Questions11
hi, best to discuss your desires with a local professional that could work in the space you plan to paint. They'll be able to help you select the colors that will work best for your lighting conditions.
available) best to choose a color that is right for your own space and lighting conditions.
the color is similar to Orange Burst by Benjamin Moore but was from ICI Dulux ( no longer available) best to choose a color that is right for your own space and lighting conditions.
Don't limit your room to one paint color. Even open spaces have angles and corners where you can naturally start and stop different colors, so be creative. Bold hues and patterns will make your large room feel
Two visually similar rugs to help define space
“table” — Marielynn Flournoy
Kevin Browne Architecture
6 Reviews
Architect's Studio
Ideabooks1,084
Questions3
How big is the space? & Where is the carpet from?
I like the rough and space....
this space has all the elements I'm looking for: open plan, lots of light, high ceiling with exposed beams. the safety net is cool but i think we can omit that for this project.
The 16-foot by 24-foot studio has a simple open gable plan. Rough-cut pine shiplap, milled just down the road
explore contemporary materials and building techniques. He didn’t want a 19th-century replica. The 16-foot by 24-foot studio has a simple open gable plan. Rough-cut pine shiplap, milled just down the road, warms the cathedral ceiling. Douglas fir beams (4-by-8s) break down the vaulted ceiling’s expanse
A dilapidated garden shed in Browne’s yard instigated the move home. At the time Browne was working in a rented space in nearby Yarmouth, 25 minutes away from his home in Falmouth, Maine. Though the shed’s construction didn’t hold up, the idea did. Browne envisioned a studio that felt very New England
“wall color, w wood ceiling, lighting” — christinecaseybarry
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks2,236
Questions2
How much space do you need for a labrinth?
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
Nice - I'm looking to add a labyrinth in my space - a good
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
“stone maze!” — Susan Smeltzer
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Master Hall
Ideabooks43,764
Questions30
I am planning to use this color in my vaulted ceiling bathroom.
Beautiful space...have a question about the stain; wondering if if I have a dog and a 7 yr old, if a dark stain like this would be an alternative for us. We live in
Two questions asked about trim color. dSPACE gave 2 different answers. One answer was BM Vanilla Milkshake, the other was BM Hazy Skies. May I know which one is correct? Thank you.
plays a major factor in how paint looks in a space. Different types of lighting and color temperatures can drastically alter the perception of the paint color. We always recommend obtaining a handful of samples so you can see your paint selection in the space. Hope this helps and good luck with your project
“Color” — Melissa Arredondo
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