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Brunelleschi Construction
14 Reviews
Pino Kitchen
Ideabooks7,198
Questions17
The cooktop looks like a 6-burner, 36-inch wide one. The hood is 36 inches wide (looks very much like our 36" Plane Island model) and is installed about 38-40 inches above the cooktop. This is a bit higher than the recommended height. However
the hood about 26-30 inches above the cooktop, for best capture performance. As the steam/grease/smoke rises from the cooktop, it spreads out, so if the hood should be low enough to capture everything before it escapes out into the room. The final decision is a compromise between the recommended installation
The open floor area around the island also requires some calculation. Ahmann suggests about 3 feet of floor space on the ends of the island. The working sides of an island should have 42 inches of space as a minimum, but more than 5 feet usually isn't necessary. The
“Gray grill” — jadiorable
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Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
House in Sonoma
Ideabooks14,102
Questions36
asked about this project, please click the words "More Info" directly below the photo, the questions and their answers are listed in chronological order. I copied and pasted this answer from a previous question: The hardware is Top Knobs in oil rubbed bronze.
height, about 8 feet high, 3 to 6 inches of crown molding can usually help fill any kitchen cabinet gaps.
height, about 8 feet high, 3 to 6 inches of crown molding can usually help fill any kitchen cabinet gaps.
“Drawers” — suesongs
Marsh and Clark Design
Steam Room
Ideabooks19,519
Questions5
More info about the sauna please
Lovers: How about some kiln-fired tile artwork there at the far end of this sauna? I can do it and it will endure - see my Houzz profile for details.
I like siZe in direction bath it make the size looks bigger
saunas for about $1,000 (uninstalled), while custom-built models can extend well into the five-figure range. If your wiring won't support the voltage that an electric sauna requires (around 220 volts), you'll need the help of a licensed electrician to correct it. In addition, you may need to add an exhaust
“shower room” — phet0201
Michael Abrams Limited
19 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks10,157
Questions31
ideas about using a large square table for dining and where to find one?
What about the trim and ceiling as well?
question about paint color. What's up with that?
Thanks for the info. Any advice for the sheen level for bathrooms/powder rooms as well? What about the trim and ceilings in these spaces?
something about this tone tells me that it would last through many many more years
call them directly for a quote.
“The wall color” — dleshley
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
Ideabooks26,982
Questions18
understand about the table (which is beautiful), but how about the chairs? Can you tell me where these can b
com or directly contact me via e-mail: adminpro@indoor-teak.com / upikdesy@live.com to learn more information. Regards, Upik Desy
Not sure about this exact one but am liking the idea of having a metal base.
and all about contrast." "We have the rigidity of right angles against the organic quality of a massive slab of suar wood," she says. "Mercury glass was the first form of glass used as an artistic expression versus a utilitarian product, which makes for an interesting pair with a chandelier based on the
“Papier peint” — Eric Lapointe
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks5,004
Questions10
information about the lamps of the houese, Thank you..
what is the roof line trim? Is it brick or molded edging? Can you tell me about it and how it is applied.
thought about the same seafoam color to match for the shutters, but was hoping it wasn't too much green. Thank you so much!
What about this expansive archway
used sun direction...Everything about it
“Patio” — elayne5
Trans-Pacific Design / Susan J. Moss, ASID
10 Reviews
Trans-Pacific Design
Ideabooks20,223
Questions23
so about how much did this cost?
on is about 14'-6" to 15' from the stove wall to the edge of the bar countertop and approximately 11' or so in width assuming about a 3' or so walkway to the left of the island.
is all about not trying too hard, you can mix and match as many species and tones as you like. Dark woods and exquisitely detailed pieces can take the look in a British Colonial or Balinese direction, while lighter, rustic finishes and furnishings feel more Caribbean and Central American. Easy does it:
“Kitchen wall and back splash, same tiles” — ashikinmn
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Bathroom
Ideabooks35,680
Questions11
I am about to copy this style for my son's bathroom. I've had some people tell me that "no shower door" is going to be a problem and water will get all over the floor. Any expereince with this or any tips to keep the look w/o getting water all over?
with about 3' open to get in, right? I think at 42" x 42", with about 24" to get in, only leaves me an 18" wing wall. My guess is that's not enough. Far from enough if the children ever use it! Especially with a hand shower. I'm trying to figure out how to detail this shower to use a shower curtain
What about Avila Gris us ceramics home depot?
How about mixing tones of marble?
“Floor” — staceybridenback
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