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Melissa Miranda Interior Design
4 Reviews
Bathrooms
Ideabooks4,760
Questions4
shower built in... add curtain instead of glass doors?
border up high. Draws the eye upward. Doesn't cut the line abruptly as if you have a shelf jetting out right at head/eye level
Penny round as high tile border
shower no door...high mosaic inlay...Shower no door!!...shower door....High up mosaic tile...Tina door idea...tile up high
“tile” — 5girlsrgood
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Gabriel Builders Inc.
9 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Ideabooks21,145
Questions25
french door can be opened behind the furniture. It appears that there is no opening to get into the seating area.
all the doors are operable.
High ceilings with wood
french doors...patio doors...High vaulted beam...high shelves...Doors over tv...Very high
“Lay out” — 4231
Insidesign
1 Review
Remodel Project
Ideabooks12,137
Questions11
mouldings and doors for this project. The homeowner selected the lighting without our assistance. Sorry we couldn't help!
Thank you for your interest in our project. Unfortunately, I don't know the answer to your question. Insidesign provided all of the cabinetry, mouldings and doors for this project
mouldings and doors for this project. I am sorry but I don't know where the bar stools came from or how they operate. Sorry we couldn't help!
mouldings and doors for this project but didn't have any input on the paint colors. Please check out our website to see more projects and learn more about our products and services at www.myinsidesign.com. Thanks!
interesting bank of cabinets above window...would have to have very high ceiling?
“Ceiling and beams” — Rachael Clark
Concept Building
Natural Light
Ideabooks2,544
Questions4
and the high ceilings
front door...high ceilings...Door and molding...front door...high window...if on door side
“Coffee table” — clarakann
Venegas and Company
10 Reviews
Sudbury Kitchen
Ideabooks94,199
Questions33
(4 per door) or just 1 pane? How is it typically done? Thanks!
counter, not high at all - 34-1/2" off the floor. (Maybe you mistook the tv above the double ovens as the microwave??)
13-9/16" high and the mullions are 5/8" thick.
like the door style, it may be worth it to paint them. Maybe redo the counter, backsplash and decorative hardware. But if the cabinets are not in good condition you may want to replace them. Good luck!
“Cabinet” — quatrina
Lake Country Builders
8 Reviews
Fall 2013 Remodelers Showcase Home
Ideabooks1,211
Questions0
glass doors
large door open to oudoors
Glass doors to porch
High windows...High ceiling...High rectangular...Slidding doors
“looks like the room” — Cathy Rapport
Harte Brownlee & Associates Interior Design
2 Reviews
Modern Desert Home
Ideabooks417
Questions1
are from high-end design trade showrooms and antiques dealers. The stainless steel offset pivot door and frame designed by Sheldon Harte is set into the glass entrance. A row of recessed skylights transmits light and is lit by fiber optics at night. Upon entry sits a 16th century stone table from Therien
i like the planters...steel overhang or door?
“Everything about this evokes curb appeal” — Cal-Spec Inc.
Kariouk Associates
Stacey-Turley Residence
Ideabooks591
Questions2
I like the room within a room. And the yellow cabinet doors.
The front of the upper floor is devoted to the kitchen and dining area, behind large sliding windows. Beyond the yellow kitchen is the front door, and beyond the windows is the front porch. The latter is a great spot for outdoor dining — even as the front of a house isn’t
front door, and beyond the windows is the front porch. The latter is a great spot for outdoor dining — even as the front of a house isn’t often the logical place for such, it’s covered and within close reach of the kitchen. And I think the idea of having a usable front porch further roots the house in
from a high point at the front porch to a low point at the back of the house.
“floor tile” — peejs66
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