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Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks2,274
Questions7
a wall. I want to get a bigger vanity 48" and close up that gap between vanity and the tub. I would end up just like the set up here on this pic except for the wall on the right side. Question, is it wise to close up that gap design wise and take up the access of that side of the bathtub? I am afraid
currently I have a 36" vanity up against the right hand wall. On the left side of the vanity there is 12-16" gap between the edge of the vanity and the bathtub. Directly above the vanity is a small tall slender window. Similiar to the pic here except instead of the waste basket on right side there is
Subway tile halfway up the wall, vanity, shower
“Lightology We recommend vertical illumination on the sides of the mirror whenever possible for the” — bwolfinger
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2000 Showcase
Ideabooks5,108
Questions2
be interested in hearing what others have to say on the matter. As I look at my 8 ft ceilings, part of me would go 1/3 up from the floor. But then, I wonder if going 2/3 - 3/4 up wouldn't lend some height to the room. I suppose it might also depend on the room.
I also think it's a good question. I was all thinking of using beadboard in my mudd room. Someone suggested to go up to ceilling but I'm thinking it may be too much. What do you guys think? Thanks for sharing this photo. I love the look and also the idea of the hooks.
high beadboard--can put doorknobs up for hooks
I like the board high up. I like the soft yellow walls too
The high up ledge with hooks and wainscoting
3. In the potting shed. Because often you can pick up these beauties for free, you probably won't mind if they show a little wear and tear from helping out with the gardening. The long seats provide a lot
“nice use of beadboard” — almackalanmack
MINOSA
3 Reviews
North Bondi Project
Ideabooks5,413
Questions6
Thanks, the Rangehood is built int the cabinet. We have a single lift up door in 2pac poly that conceals it.
extendable table on the other end. Combining a table with an island is a great space saver, and an extendable table can seat a crowd without taking up too much space on a daily basis. See glass backsplash. Flat cabnets. white countertop
island idea - maybe wood support in middle to warm up space
extendable table can seat a crowd without taking up too much space on a daily basis.See more of this Sydney kitchen
Space-saving ideaWhen a compact kitchen in Sydney’s North Bondi needed a makeover, award-winning design firm Minosa stepped in. The team came up with a nifty idea that provides plenty of room
“Kitchen table” — emmagooch
Celia James
3 Reviews
Balcony small Chelsea Apartment
Ideabooks2,458
Questions3
For selling, spruce up balcony for eating outside.
Stage the outdoors too. Even if your condo has only a teensy postage stamp–size balcony, play it up with a cute café table and chairs, a cheerful tablecloth and even a little tray of
balcony, play it up with a cute café table and chairs, a cheerful tablecloth and even a little tray of dishes or a vase of flowers. When people look at this scene, they won't be thinking "small," they will be thinking, "What a charming spot to have breakfast!"
Stage the outdoors too. Even if your condo has only a teensy postage stamp–size balcony, play it up with a cute café table and chairs, a cheerful tablecloth and even a little tray of dishes or a vase of flowers. When people look at this scene, they
“Privacy with deck” — mascorer
Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
Ideabooks15,010
Questions7
particular lot backed up to a large water feature and also had one to the right side as well, so it felt as if it was on a much larger piece of land. The main house is 8500 s.f. (a/c), and it also had a small guest house that could also double as a pool pavilion that was 600 s.f.. If you look up my profile (Heritage
see on Houzz to an "ideabook"- think of them as virtual scrapbook collections. Just hover your mouse over any picture on Houzz and you'll see an pop up that says "add to ideabook". Ideabooks are unique to your profile, and you can make them private if you wish or public for collaborating with a design
“front elevation and dimension/proportions” — jocelynlike
Studio Schicketanz
2 Reviews
Carmel Mid-Century LEED
Ideabooks3,145
Questions2
Window wall to open up house to patio
the door that opens up, the 1/2 wall balcony
house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio.
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio. Other design pluses: a pair of Bertoia Diamond Chairs and cone-shaped planters that anchor the surrounding
In this midcentury modern house, a NanaWall door system opens up the master bedroom to the petite outdoor patio. Other design pluses: a pair of Bertoia Diamond Chairs and cone-shaped planters that anchor the surrounding wall.
“Mirror Doors” — junetoyi
L K DeFrances & Associates
2 Reviews
Coconut Palm Residence
Ideabooks4,414
Questions10
the set up. Windows, table in the corner of the room, desk set up across from it.
Variety. Vary the size of furniture pieces throughout the room, so your eyes move up and down as you scan the space. Balance a large or tall item by placing another piece of similar height across the room from it (or use art to replicate
Variety. Vary the size of furniture pieces throughout the room, so your eyes move up and down as you scan the space. Balance a large or tall item by placing another piece of similar height across the room from it (or use art to replicate the scale). Avoid putting two tall pieces next to each other.
“colors for bedroom - butterscotch, light aqua” — soberg
Salcito Custom Homes
Italian Retreat
Ideabooks2,157
Questions4
Step up into open shower and bath
Love this look, especially the two stairs up to the tub and shower.
Step up to tub and shower
Shower and bath up stairs !
Love the step up to tub and side privacy of shower
Master bath step up...Step up to tub...step-up bathroom
“Shower open to the rest of the room” — Katie Capra
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