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Powell/Kleinschmidt, Inc.
highland park
Ideabooks956
Questions5
darker accent wall gives illusion of depth
A darker wall at the end of the dining room gives the illusion of greater depth
A darker wall at the end of the dining room gives the illusion of greater depth.
Colored wall at end of room creates depth... Kitchen
wall at end of dining room in darker accent color to lend depth to room
darker wall at end gives an illusion of depth...why did I not know this
Darker color on far wall lends depth
the end of the dining room gives the illusion of greater depth.
A darker wall at the end of the dining room gives the illusion of greater depth.
“Dinning” — fefito23
Creative Touch Interiors
2 Reviews
Antiques with a Twist
Ideabooks1,328
Questions2
than the center width complete the porch’s breadth. Differences in porch depth. Though 6 ft. (1.8 m) is a desirable depth for porches, 8 ft. (2.4 m) is ideal. Many homes are built with shallower depths. A 4-ft. (1.2-m) depth behind the column, as in this example, allows simple wooden rocking chairs
a desirable depth for porches, 8 ft. (2.4 m) is ideal. Many homes are built with shallower depths. A 4-ft. (1.2-m) depth behind the column, as in this example, allows simple wooden rocking chairs and potted plants to face the street with just enough room to pass. To make shallower depths work, use s
Differences in porch depth. Though 6 ft. (1.8 m) is a desirable depth for porches, 8 ft. (2.4 m) is ideal. Many homes are built with shallower depths. A 4-ft. (1.2-m) depth behind the column, as in this example, allows simple wooden rocking chairs
“Wood ceiling” — alueckemeyer
Southern Studio Interior Design
12 Reviews
Coastal Retreat
Ideabooks12,902
Questions23
Do they make 42 inch counter depth refrigerators that are not built in? I am trying not to spend over 4,000. If so, who makes them?
wall). The cabinets are custom in this particular kitchen which allowed for some adjustment (notice the refrigerator end panels extend beyond the 24" depth of the base cabinet by just a few inches). I always recommend working with professionals to develop a design that addresses the unique challenges of
kitchen is being remodelled provided there are no pipes etc running down the back wall. This is a solution many people I know have used. A counter depth fridge that looks like a built in.
This is a counter depth, french door refrigerator in stainless steel. There are many manufacturers that can give you this look
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6 Reviews
Northside Residence
Ideabooks955
Questions5
What is the depth of the surrounding? If there were lower cabinets alongside, shall the surrounding depth match the counter-top depth (26/25.5 inches) or the (lower) cabinets depth (24 inches)
standard-depth fridge, that has more clearance around the door and that costs less than a true built-in refrigerator.
like the look of this frig- counter depth with water outside and sleek/ clean looking handles
Fridge - counter depth rather than built in or normal depth, side by side, ice maker and water/ice dispenser, ability to match cabinet panel would be nice (same
Como se ve el refrigerador counter depth
shelves over refrig; cabinet depth ref rig; white space
floors walls counter depth refrigerator layout island cabinets
“like the look of this frig- counter depth with water outside and sleek/ clean looking handles” — bethis3
Candace M P Smith Architect
1 Review
Passageways
Ideabooks1,056
Questions0
visual depth will turn a plain wall into something more eye catching. Make it as functional as needed with baskets, books, a charging station and hooks for keys. Just make sure the opening is at least 12 inches wide, so something actually fits in the space and dusting is easier. A good depth for the
visual depth will turn a plain wall into something more eye catching. Make it as functional as needed with baskets, books, a charging station and hooks for keys. Just make sure the opening is at least 12 inches wide, so something actually fits in the space and dusting is easier. A good depth for the
“Basement cubby idea” — guidegirlg
pav wilkinson
cottage remodel
Ideabooks15,083
Questions21
Is the frig full-depth? (i.e. not counter depth)
example of full-depth fridge without deep end panels
example of full-depth fridge without cabinet housing
most amount of cubic storage with the least amount of width and height, the depth is where you get it. This also is the most affordable choice. For people used to a full-depth refrigerator, the interior storage of a counter-depth or built-in fridge might be a shock. It's a good idea to compare cubic footage
2. Full-Depth, or Standard, RefrigeratorWhat it is: A standard-depth refrigerator is about 68 to 71 inches tall and 31 to 35 inches deep to the face of the doors.Variations: These come in side-by-side, bottom-freezer and top-freezer options and stainless steel, white or black finishes. When to use:
“Kitchen” — melissavalenzuela
Boor Bridges Architecture
Buena Vista Kitchen
Ideabooks8,660
Questions12
Did you just order the panels to make the fridge look counter depth? Looks great!
deep fridge will be housed (will not be cabinet depth)
non-counter depth fridge but looks good
Here is an example of a counter depth refrigerator.
extra deep gables for regular depth fridge
Here is another kitchen where deeper cabinets accommodate the greater depth of a freestanding unit. This refrigerator is a bottom-freezer model.
“Refrigerator near range” — Julie Forte
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
19 Reviews
"green" remodel
Ideabooks10,531
Questions9
trouble.You’ll then need to know the jamb depth — how thick the wall is. If it’s a wall framed in 2-by-4 construction, which is what used to be the norm, the depth will be 4 9/16 inches. If you have a newer home, the construction is likely 2-by-6 and will be a depth of 6 9/16 inches. The jamb and frame need
Most manufacturers stock only jambs for the depth of 4 9/16 inches, so if yours is bigger, you’ll need to get a jamb extension. If your home is built out of brick or another thicker construction method was used, your jamb could be up to 10 or 12 inches in depth. For that you’ll likely need a custom door
“Doors” — argentum vor
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