bathroom doors, minimalist bedframe and headboard
built in storage and seating.
textures make worn out neutrals, like the beige walls and carpet, work again
I like the idea of reclaimed timber. Wondering about expense.
Drop in sinks, handsome dark cabinets, high contrast color design
Single sink, defined edge to large mirror
Bult in shelving above and to the sides
I like the angled picture windows. A potential for the upstairs library
I like the sliding wooden doors with the windows in them
This. This for the library. Though with a space for artwork like where there is space for a window
I like the chandelier here, I think at least two to three in the library would be nice
I also like these windows but love the bench with books. A place I think for children's books
This, with the wall between the library and my den. Bookshelves going all the way to the ceiling and a ladder and a hidden door to the den
I really love this style and the ceiling. Perhaps for the living room downstairs with the picture windows open to baker and Bellingham?
Baskets make deep shelves more accessible
Attractive and maximized space
Optimize use of corner space.
Easier to manage than horizontal slots
Smaller secondary oven, hiding door for pantry interesting, but how much space does it's swinging eat up?
Making that deep space under the sink accessible
White has been overpowering everywhere else. Better balanced here
Being able to slide these appliances in and out of storage is a must
Elegant detailing on cabinets
there's the exterior we talked about
bench, hooks, drawers and cubbies all together. Also like the paper/message station nook.
Decor: tile and dark cupboard wood
storage in cubby, hook, drawer and cabinet form.
window on landing brightens an otherwise tight/dark space. cupboards in/under stairs maximizes space
nifty window, lighting and odd shape of bench nook make this look cozy.
Rustic Lodge Glam Polished Nickel Antler Hooks - $84
odd design mashup that works better than you'd expect.