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I have a client wanting this setup and I want to ensure the doors to the left and right will open without hitting the hood. How much space did it require?
believe we should not pass negative judgment without knowing the reason behind certain decisions. Sincerely Yours, William Deegan
Very nice, is there a floor plan sketch we can see? I keep looking at the corner and can't make out how you didn't have loads of lost space there. A 36in. Wolf, right
corner stove to preserve counter space
How oven is used in corner space
I think you must need a big kitchen to get the stove in the corner. I think it would just use up too much space in ours. So what could you fit in a corner ... ?
Laura Manning Bendik
Della Brook Model Home
not seeing my space be so modern, these look like strong statements although the art displayed isn't anything
The shelves are built in, space saver
Negative of no light
painted cubby spaces
On a dead space wall?
Mal Corboy Design and Cabinets
Are there grades of stainless scratch resistance? The scratching is the only negative I have heard of...as well as pricing ...
Same space windows and lights
like the use of space
open kitchen space concept
Use of space
Hillside Home - Buderim
what is the space size
soul space...modern white
Soul Space...Negative edge pool
What a view! Gorgeous outdoor living space.
negative edge step-down
Open space onto the beach
this outdoor space...Awesome space!
modern house architects
Love the flow and negative edge mix.
outdoor space, pool & hot tub
Great outdoor space and openness
Outdoor spaces...Luv the open space
Group3 Architects llc
I love that there's a space for a small flat screen tv. Then I could stream Kim Clement on it while I'm cooking
Mounted TV does not occupy counter space
Built in space for tv
negative molding...Space or tv
Johnson Squared Architecture + Planning
Bainbridge Island Residence Remodel
the floor is exposed to a lot of moisture I would have not used a wood floor and I would have taken the wall tile down to a tile floor which would negate the need for a baseboard. But this was a powder room, and therefore has limited exposure to excess moisture. We used a painted wood 1x4 and "rabbeted"
your tile high enough off the floor to allow the baseboard to set against the wall board and be nailed in to framing behind, and provide an expansion space between the bottom of the rabbet and the tile so that the wood can move as it needs to without putting stress on your wall tile.
glass creates organic flow between fixtures in small space
Interesting shape of counter top gives lots of surface space while still allowing you to get to a toilet tank.