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Bruce Kading Interior Design
Single Tier Chandelier, 44" dia x 48" high
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this link at Grandinroad: http://www.grandinroad.com/jaipur-sumak-rugs/area-rugs-door-mats/indoor-area-rugs/153233?defattrib=&defattribvalue=&listIndex=44 Hope this helps, Ilene G.
Sneller Custom Homes and Remodeling, LLC
Woodlands Custom Home
This room is beautifully done! We think that this chandelier would look perfect here as well! http://www.houzz.com/photos/10189026/20-Light-44--Gold-or-Chrome-Finish-Crystal-Chandelier-Contour-Design-contemporary-chandeliers-
the smallest you would go is about one half the width. The largest you would go is 12 inches less than the width. For example, if you table measures 44" across the smallest I would go is 22" the largest is 32". Normally a safe range for a table that seats 6 is 25"-30" in diameter.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
I am going to do something similar to this with stools on both sides but I would only have 44 inches between counter and island/table. Do you think that would be too tight?
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
The first step is 4'-4" wide. The landing and all the other steps going up are 3' wide. Hope that helps!
Open Floor Plan Living Room Pittsburgh
check your local codes, but for a general idea of stair dimensions: Width - no less than 2'8, standard 3'6, two handrails required for more than 44" Tread (step) no less than 10 inches RIser (vertical face of the step) no more than 7 3/4 inches Every step has to be the same to ensure there is