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Stone archway for entrance to alcover
Another example of heavy solid wooden sliding doors that would open into the bonus room.
I like how the stone pillars are used to divide room, complemented by the dark wood beam and the thick dark wood along the inside of the opening from the rooms. I also like how the far back wall has a built in and is entirely faced off with stone.
Using a sliding barn door style door upstairs as the entrance to the bonus room from the hallway. squared doors, whether one large or two side by side that would reveal an arched stone entrance.
I would like a ladder that is more angled and on rails that can be recessed into the wall.
Rustic ladder angled would be cool if it was on a rail and would slide into the wall
I like having a hatch door that can be a part of the floor above. the shower grab bars are a great idea.
Using brick in archway is tastefully done without being overkill.
I love the mixture of stone and reclaimed lumber.
From the inside of the bonus room the backside of the sliding doors could be made to look rustic and match well with the rustic/old world look of the stone.
Spotted gum floors - $10
Spotted Gum (Corymbia maculata) is an Australian eucalyptus that's used as flooring all over Austalasia
I like wide plank .
Rail mounted ladder, mounted in both the ceiling and floor, slides into a slot in the bookcase. Pic 1 of 3.
Rail mounted ladder, mounted in both the ceiling and floor, slides into a slot in the bookcase. Pic 2 of 3.
Rail mounted ladder, mounted in both the ceiling and floor, slides into a slot in the bookcase. Pic 3 of 3.
could pillars located a few feet from the house actually allow a balcony to extend farther out than a typical cantelever limitation of depth equal to 1/3rd that of the length.
Nice balcony off bonus room.
Nice angle and railing to loft entrance.