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blackLAB architects inc.
Bloordale Renovation
Ideabooks1,126
Questions4
The custom made white oak vanity cabinet is sized to fit the acrylic sink with no need for a counter top. The mirror doubles the effect of the glass tile mosaic (from Trend).
What is the vanity? is it custom?
Love this mirror & light fixture! Are they custom too?
You can also contact MEC for a free quote to create any customized mosaic like this for your project. We guarantee you the best quality and lowest rates: ...
The vanity is a custom white oak cabinet that was made to fit an acrylic sink by Rubi.
see more of that custom tiled wall.....
custom-made oak vanity with fitting sink and tile mosaic wall
This white oak vanity is custom made; the acrylic sink fits perfectly on it.
The custom made white oak vanity cabinet is sized to fit the acrylic sink with no need for a counter top. The mirror doubles the effect of the glass tile mosaic
“nice white oak cabinet.” — runzaman
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
mill valley
Ideabooks12,149
Questions18
Who makes this vanity? If it's custom, can you tell me where to get it? thanks!
I like the three drawers on the vanity. Is this a custom vanity?
Hi, you can get this custom look by using nautical hardware. Lily wrote an ideabook about it a few weeks back: ...
Shocked no one has asked about the vanity yet. Is it custom?
and pulls. If you don’t have the funds to spend on a custom vanity, don’t fret. A simple model can look one-of-a-kind with some pretty hardware, like the pulls seen here. Try a vintage or specialty store to find hardware that is unique.
Upgrade knobs and pulls. If you don’t have the funds to spend on a custom vanity, don’t fret. A simple model can look one-of-a-kind with some pretty hardware, like the pulls seen here. Try a vintage or specialty store to
“wood handles and mirror” — ekhodges
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Heights Classic
Ideabooks515
Questions5
Hi @GingerHeafey, this was a custom made chair with a Palecek from and Robert Allen fabric!
seating area and lightens up the space; a copper side table adds some shine. The window treatments include custom linen Roman shades and drapes composed of tone-on-tone embroidered linen fabric with custom linen banding.
Challenge 3: Integrating the cabinetry in a pleasing, functional way. The custom cabinetry and millwork were key parts of the design. Umansky kept the original Craftsman style of the home in mind, nestling the cabinets in beneath the crown molding and wrapping them in matching molding. In addition to
“Cowhide” — Jackie Moore
TAS Construction
5 Reviews
Stevenson
Ideabooks7,133
Questions11
The cabinets are custom crafted by our own Carpentry team. They are sprayed. I would not recommend a hand painted finish.
the end wall near the existing corner window open and streamlined so the owner could make coffee and light snacks. The team updated the window with custom white oak shelves to match the countertop. The original design squashed the sink into this corner too, but Black moved it to the wall and placed the
the kitchen wall. "I like that the tile covers the whole wall, as in an older Parisian bistro or bakery," says Black. Countertops: white oak, DeVos Custom Woodworking; cabinetry: Richard Macdonald, FabShop; tile: Ann Sacks; cabinetry paint: Sweet Pear, Benjamin Moore
the adjacent living room. Subtle details, from the corner window to the extra-large subway tile, play with the size and scale of the petite kitchen. Custom white oak countertops add necessary warmth.
“countertop to ceiling 4x8 subways” — sailnmuffin
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House Living
Ideabooks654
Questions2
Hi Trudy123, the lamp was custom made for the project
(300 millimeters). Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings. Lounge chair: Cuoio Lounge, Eoos; wall sconce: custom
300 millimetres. Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings. Lounge chair: Cuoio Lounge, Eoos; wall sconce: custom
up to 12 inches. Fitzpatrick intended this detail to heighten awareness of the outdoor surroundings. Lounge chair: Cuoio Lounge, Eoos; wall sconce: custom
“Window” — Maria Flourou
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Iris Dankner
Ideabooks3,367
Questions8
The notes say it is custom from Avery Boardman.
appeal. Daybed: custom, Avery Boardman; white chairs: Crate & Barrel
“The living room space is really just for hanging out,” says Dankner. “It is open to the kitchen, so it is important that it was cosy but pretty.” Coffered ceilings give the space traditional appeal. Daybed: custom, Avery Boardman;
Dankner. ‘It is open to the kitchen, so it is important that it was cosy but pretty.’ Coffered ceilings give the space traditional appeal. Daybed: custom, Avery Boardman; white chairs: Crate & Barrel
“Carpet” — thetaxcollector
estudio gutman lehrer
Urban Loft
Ideabooks3,765
Questions5
We had them custom made, in glass
three shades of warm gray. The bed linens and draperies were all custom made with luxurious fabrics, completing the sophisticated aesthetic.
The home was as a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city and career demands. Thus, a custom platform bed bedecked in soft textiles was a must.
A makeshift wall doubles as an extended headboard separating the bed from a mini office. All of the custom designed furniture pieces in the loft were built with Masisa. The materials were described by Mariana as a kind of plastic laminated plywood similar to Formica, in a dark oak wood color. It was
“lighting!!! the division of space is perf” — Shontoya Saddler
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks72,948
Questions28
The nightstands are industrial decor. you can search and easily find. Beds: we offer beds with customized sizes. visit our page or share a dream picture of bed, we will present a quote.
a short time. What’s also confusing is that timelines for suburban developments can be wildly different from a single luxury custom home. We have had clients ask us why a custom home costs more per square foot and takes longer that a tract home. The reason is that developers have crews that move from
are dedicated to that development. This means that for all intents and purposes, they finish their work on one house and move on to the next. On a custom house, your framers might be a week late showing up (because their last job ran late), and then the next trade in line is thrown off as well. You can
“Gray, white, wood” — mnmmnd
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