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Adrienne DeRosa
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Chelsea + Kiel: Columbus, Ohio
Ideabooks320
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Utilizing extra space in their mudroom, the Mohrmans created a workspace for general daily operations and for Kiel's at-home furniture business MidWest Woods Furniture Co. "We had had our previous office in one of the upstairs bedrooms, but realized after some time that this made the office feel somewhat
long desk area. for new space in sunroom?
desk space in front of window in living room. Good way of increasing
Utilizing extra space in their mudroom, the Mohrmans created a workspace for daily operations and for Kiel’s at-home furniture business, MidWest Woods Furniture. “We had had our previous office in one of the upstairs bedrooms, but realized after some time that this made the office feel somewhat unaccessible
“Desk construction” — mgogolki
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shoup residence + office compound
Ideabooks46,627
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the underbed space look large ...is it empty space or for storage
storage below the platform it doesn't seem as if it saves space - does it?
I've been thinking about doing something similar to this in my san francisco small space, but my neighbors have told me that I have to install
yes, we use space under the bed 'platform' for long term storage. the space is accessible from another room. the bedroom has ample storage by way of a walk-in closet and built-in cabinetry. thanks
Inset drawers in the base would be great use of space and add storage. Just a thought. This is one great design. Love the floating stairs!
and the space would still feel open.
I want it because it's a cute guest room space saver
“like” — Architects Thomas
Ample DESIGN
Natural Apartment
Ideabooks1,013
Questions1
tiles form a unique accent wall in an otherwise minimalist space. They also serve a more practical function in that they are durable and easy to clean. The tiles are a rather dark shade of gray, but because the rest of the colors in the space are light and there is plenty of natural light streaming in
I like the gray tile color. The tiles are a rather dark shade of gray, but because the rest of the colors in the space are light and there is plenty of natural light streaming in, they create drama without being too heavy and overwhelming.
personal space can be used in bedroom or family room for computer, homework desk,
tiles form a unique accent wall in an otherwise minimalist space. They also serve a more practical function in that they are durable and easy to clean. The tiles are a rather dark shade of gray, but because the rest of the colors in the space are light and there is plenty of natural light streaming in
“Virtuve” — cherry_cola
Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
City Zen space bathroom
Ideabooks5,185
Questions3
Good idea for the office bathroom
Nice use of a small space for a full bath
sink good idea small space
More functional petistle
City Zen space bathroom
Small space...Functional storage...zen space
“Sink and cabinet” — Annalisa Minnitti
Bruns Architecture
Midvale Courtyard House
Ideabooks2,056
Questions5
U-shaped kitchen for added function in small space?
Dark kitchen ceiling helps to break up the open space and make it almost seem like a sanctuary
Like the functionality of the kitchen.
Bar Stools; Wood and Tile shown together... Ceiling... For the Office?
interrupt the new prefinished bamboo flooring. He then took the wood that the porcelain replaced and slid that up to reinforce the ceiling and create a space that's more intimate than the adjacent areas. Hood: Wolf; cooktop: Viking; sink: Kraus; cabinets, countertops, flooring: Nonn's Design Showplace
the kitchen to break up the new bamboo flooring. He then took the wood that the porcelain replaced and used it to reinforce the ceiling and create a space that’s more intimate than the adjacent areas. Hood: Wolf; cooktop: Viking; sink: Kraus; cabinets, countertops, flooring: Nonn’s Design Showplace
“Wood for cabinets” — sam23son
Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
15 Reviews
Bathroom
Ideabooks134K
Questions69
nice bathroom...! i have 8 ft x 5 ft space for bathroom so i want to know dimensions of this bathroom
William Newsome the vanity was custom made for that particular client/space. Thank you!
Hi stumble. No it is not hard at all. Not to be rude but we do not have someone in our office to answer all questions. We try to get to all of them but we need to
You will need to have a local tile setter give you a price for your space. Good Luck! Thanks!
This shower door was custom made to fit the space by Minneapolis Glass Co. Thanks.
Lois - Go for the function you need in the master and don't worry about resale. I know lots of middle agers that are opting for a big open walk-in shower only (no tub) in the
“Trim” — Linda Blackwell
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
Boxenbaum Residence
Ideabooks1,569
Questions5
beautiful space / Quantum outdoor furniture from Brown Jordan
Indoor / outdoor space and transitions
Outdoor entertainment area has very clean lines, very functional, indoors can become part of outdoors.
roof hangs over part of outdoor space
Tip: Using the same flooring material for both inside and out creates a continuity between the two spaces.
“Sliding Doors” — mamareal
Rauser Design
1 Review
Farmhouse Living Room
Ideabooks5,919
Questions9
Sort of a master suite combination in a way... depends on the space and how it's utilized, would want more
example of how a 4 foot bumpout can turn it into a functional room
Punch out a wall. Try extending a wall to gain more space. Or maybe you can gobble up unused space, like from that breezeway that connects to the garage.
gain more space. A little can go a long way. Or maybe you can gobble up unused space, like from that breezeway that connects to the garage.
5. Push out a wallGot room to expand a bit? Try extending a room to gain more space. A little can go a long way. Or maybe you can gobble up unused space, like from
“tongue and groove paneling” — Kathy Mills Shaw
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