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Table or countertop arrangement
Pillars at entrance to patio
Counter dividing kitchen from another room
What is to the left of the sink?
Ceiling and pot lights, headboard and foot of bed
contains drawyers, trash and recycling bins
pocket door for commode
get rid of cord clutter and putting printers, tv's, entertainment unit - behind closed doors
crown molding, lighting, colour of ceiling?
jewellry drawers in closet
socks and underwear drawers in closet
hamper at bottom of drawers
baskets and closet style?
upholstered panel into a recessed opening - accent light from above
same layout as our bathroom - shower, long sink, decor
hooks and bowls for the dog
Square table adding leaves and confirms to the space of the room
Suburan oversized the hood but left room for the tile backsplash to go all the way up to the ceiling — a technique that automatically draws the eye up and gives the illusion of a higher ceiling.
Hidden sponge storage in front of the sink. Sponges are unsightly; why clutter up sink-side space with them? This use of the often wasted space in front of the sink is very clever.
Built-in dishtowel hamper. Sponges aren't the only items you don't want to look at. Today's sleek kitchens have dedicated spots for dishtowels, both dirty and clean.
Two dishwashers. Sinks were not the only elements you wanted to see two of; Houzzers with two dishwashers could not say enough good things about them. They even take clean dishes straight from dishwasher to table, a luxury that you have when you don't need to empty the dishwasher in order to refill it with dirty dishes.
Hidden outlets. The island in the previous image has a well-placed kitchen outlet. Houzzers are tired of the required outlets breaking up their beautiful backsplashes, and who can blame them? Under-cabinet outlets are one smart solution.
beton cire, waterproof cement, and lighting over bath/shower
built in mirror in bedroom
Pull out ironing board
narrow doors for spices
tub adjacent to shower