104,571 making room divider Home Design Photos

Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Master bedroom
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in the room making such a big piece fade into the background.
Use of white to make room not seem
will help bounce the light around, making the cabinets’ bulk blend in with the surrounding walls.
Minimalist hardware to avoid drawers/dressers making it look cluttered
the closet would look nice in the laundry room!
surfaces with a bit of shine or gloss will help bounce the light around, making the cabinets’ bulk blend in with the surrounding walls.
A massive closet but it is sleek with no door handles which makes it look clean, like a wall
simple, sleek pulls. Light-colored surfaces with a bit of shine or gloss will help bounce the light around, making the cabinets’ bulk blend in with the surrounding walls.
“Floor to ceiling storage” — vespawoolf
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Royal York Apartment
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windows, openness using counter to divide
glass side to the dining room
This makes me realize maybe we don't want the raised outer lip on the island, because it breaks up the space too much
I like the windows and how the counter divides the space
Eating bar - can extend top & width for access to cabinet space from kitchen and from living room
“windows and space” — mydecor2014
Diamond Custom Homes, Inc.
The Capistrano - Quail West
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Who makes them please?
Bathroom wall divider
like the wall divider
Powder room...Powder room....powder room idea
“bathroom” — cijalraj
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Tahoe Modern
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What type of wood is this paneling? What was it sealed with to make water resistant?
The bedroom opens to the master bath. “We had thought about dividing these rooms with a barn door,” says Triggs. “But it just didn’t work.”
The bedroom opens to the en-suite bathroom. ‘We had thought about dividing these rooms with a barn door,’ says Triggs. ‘But it just didn’t work.’
“Floors” — ssmommy1
Ben Gebo Photography
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Back Bay Project
Ideabooks9,897
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Bar dividing great room from kitchen….drywall.
Worktop sweep dividing the two spaces
adjacent room, creating enough room for an eat-in bar, additional storage and counter space. Bar stools: Minotti; bar top: custom wood, Allan G. Pinney in Dublin, New Hampshire
15. An Entryway Kitchen Opens UpThis Boston kitchen is set right inside the main foyer, and the clients wanted to make sure
“No island kitchen” — annegrundman
Wally Sears
4 Reviews
Wally Sears
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large trim all the way around room
Love these windows in a tall room.
bordering picture-frame molding could make these windows feel completely modern, but ending the side trim at a flat crown at the top speaks to both traditional design elements and a modern aesthetic. Further balancing traditional and contemporary are the divided-light French casement windows. Single
Single large panes would have left this room with a much more modern feel.
“crown molding” — amyandbradmartin
David Vogt - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Kitchen and Addition
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Who makes the hanging pot rack?
I am trying to decide whether to use a lighted kitchen island pot rack which is similar to this one or whether to use an island or pendant down lights. The galley kitchen is small and open to view from the living room. Will the pot rack
Drawn to the glass faced cabinets, white and brightness of the room and grey countertops.
“shkafovete sa do tavana s krasiv goren kant” — stamboliyska
RWA Architects
Exterior
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Who makes this door? Stain color?
Commonly on colonial revivals, the lower-level windows are grouped rather than spaced apart like the upper-floor windows. The double-hung windows have divided panes, or lights, on the upper sash, but have a single pane of glass on the lower sash, a trait common to the revival but not used on authentic colonial
style. Colonial revival foursquares are common, as are Prairie-inspired foursquares. A foursquare is simply a plan with two levels, each two rooms wide and two rooms deep. The style is established in the details of windows, cornices, porches and entrances.
Commonly on colonial revivals, the lower-level windows are grouped rather than spaced apart like the upper-floor windows. The double-hung windows have divided panes, or lights, on the upper sash, but have a single pane of glass on the lower sash, a trait common to the revival but not used on authentic colonial
“white windows” — nancyjross
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