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bw design group
1 Review
bw design group
Ideabooks18,691
Questions10
layout of shower and tub step up tub
going up to the bathtub
step up...steps up to tub...Step up tub
“Tiles” — mejohnson6
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Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
City View Residence
Ideabooks2,145
Questions1
Without the up part of the stairs
to the up and down staircases directy stacked
Open up and down stairs
Up down...up and down
“Molly” — scoties4
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Pool Terrace
Ideabooks5,552
Questions4
(like up above us)...then walk 2 steps up to the right and have the pool level with the grass....
Grass up to border of pool. MIght be too many grass clippings in the water.
build up to back of house
right up to the pool?
picked up in the pool itself, allowing to to move gradually and gracefully from house into water.
“Pool y escaleras” — carolandcai
South Shore Decorating
3 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks3,138
Questions12
room set up[
Set up...room set up
“Furniture layout” — ilive2dans
Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks5,761
Questions6
save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home.
the way up the stairs! I knew it was a nightmare, but I saw all the possibilities. I knew we could sand ceilings and paint paneling and rip out the carpet as well as the faux everything. And we did. We went room by room, adding windows and replacing, retexturing and repainting walls, floors and ceilings
save you up to 25 percent of your heating bill, according to the DOE. If new windows are not in the cards, you can still improve efficiency by covering single-pane windows with storm windows in winter and white shades in summer to reflect heat away from the home.8. Retrofit or replace your old furnace.
“Cape” — sdvarrelman
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
Old Adobe Renovation & Addition
Ideabooks1,588
Questions1
possible set up for living area
idea for set up of living area
the set up of this room. I'd have a desk in the wall on the right. and stairs behind the couch to go up to the loft bedrooms. My tv would be smaller.
Well set up media room, notice bookshelves on right
chairs up front
“Tv” — Ingrid Hallam
RI Kitchen & Bath
9 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks6,793
Questions8
and hold up better in homes, like yours, that are close to the water. These would be very suitable. Thanks for asking! RIKB
A roll-up door such as this is made by many companies. One of which is Hafele. http://www.hafele.com Thanks for Asking! RIKB
floor, wood too dark, idea good, pull up cabinet
the role up cabinet - would be great for housing a food processor etc.
“Darker cabs. With white top. If you still want to use the camera marble tops, these cabs would work” — jdavisaia
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Henry Island
Ideabooks3,177
Questions8
should go up in the next week.
comes up. The only difference in floating the cabinet in the main living area is that you can't hide the cord under a bed. Hiding the cord cover: If you can't find a cord cover that matches your floor, here's an idea. Self-adhesive contact paper comes in woodgrain and a multitude of colors. Buy contact
“fireplace bedroom” — cmaccoll06
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