13,724 concealed tank Home Design Photos

Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Santa Monica Canyon Residence
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yes they are concealed into a pocket on the left side, manufactured by Fleetwood
concealed into a pocket on the left side.
“Puertas!!!” — pbonaduce
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Double Take
Ideabooks148
Questions1
concealed AC units
Concealed Trash Area
“different” — janelouisewill
Architect Heather Johnston
Casabrava
Ideabooks494
Questions1
A wood ceiling defines functional areas as well as conceals where the modules meet. Set at 10 feet, 3 inches high in the circulation zone, the ceiling gently curves its way down to 9 feet over the living area
A wood ceiling defines functional areas as well as conceals where the modules meet. Set at 10 feet, 3 inches high in the circulation zone, the ceiling gently curves its way down to 9 feet over the living area. This ceiling was installed in the field after the modules were set. Doing so enabled Johnston
“up” — titia1975
Summit Design Remodeling, LLC
Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks3,541
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This sink was shipped in from a company out West called Neo-Metro. The sink is a 36" wide stainless steel sink they call an Ebb basin. It has a concealed drain. The countertop is also a custom resin top from Neo-Metro. Here is their URL: ... Thanks for your inquiry. Laurie Crum Design Consultant
our sink. It is from a company in California called Neo Metro. The sink is their 36" Ebb Basin in stainless steel. It's unique feature is the concealed drain. Laurie Crum - kitchen & bath designer ...
“tile pattern” — jackarbogast
Yunker Associates Architecture
1 Review
Orono Transformation
Ideabooks58
Questions1
concealed fridge
concealed storage
“island is cool” — beckhaus
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks420
Questions0
Sealing. The joints on this house, both visible and concealed, are an integral part of the entire design strategy. Passive houses seek to capture and retain as much of the sun’s energy as possible to passively
Sealing. The joints on this house, both visible and concealed, are an integral part of the entire design strategy. Passive houses seek to capture and retain as much of the sun’s energy as possible to passively heat them. To do this, the designer strives to eliminate air leakage altogether. This requires
“Wood detailing” — Dan Noble
Elita Sharpe
Elita
Ideabooks1,198
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LOVE concealing canopy...?
Concealed sleeping area
“Fun filled” — Vanessa Renee
ASI Interiors, Inc.
Portfolio
Ideabooks344
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Concealed storage
concealed storage and TV
“TV rapacious abajo” — mespinosa11
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