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Johnson Architecture
1 Review
Private Residence
Ideabooks33,280
Questions20
plates down instead of up. The dishdrawers are also quiet and design bonus - they install to the sides of the cabinets, not the counters, so no need to drill into granite, etc. Large enough to do cookie sheets as well, they make different sizes... worth checking out if you're considering anything else remotely
“Dining and living area (beams & posts)” — kgillispie
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
29 Reviews
Hollywood Regency- Turnberry Ocean Colony Sunny Isles, Fl
Ideabooks42,973
Questions22
like $115 each...I found them for $39 each on Amazon. Chrome & crystal passage doorknobs. http://www.amazon.com/affordable-Polished-Original-pre-drilled-replacement/dp/B009H1RJYI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1355946366&sr=8-1&keywords=chrome+and+crystal+passage+doorknob
“Hollywood Regency” — kaylaj54
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Palo Alto Green Point Rated House
Ideabooks1,414
Questions2
risers are made of laminated ply and attached to the bent plate steel through a combination of adhesive and interlocking assembly - basically holes drilled at the back of the wood to receive small studs or posts welded to the steel plates. Most of the rail assembly is steel flat bar of varying sizes -
“Detail of threads” — jasoncanavan
LemonTree & Co. Interiors
3 Reviews
Forest Edge
Ideabooks986
Questions2
to screw 1/2"lag bolts into the wood framing. Cut the head off of the bolts so that the shaft of the bolt is about 1" from the front of the mantle. Drill a slightly larger hole so that mantle slides over the shaft of the bolt. Squeeze a 2 part anchoring epoxy into the hole and then slide the mantle over
“Fireplace” — scottcannon
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen transformation
Ideabooks29,796
Questions36
Unfortunately, the Brockway comes with holes already drilled for a specific kind of faucet - one with two holes, one above the other just about 2" apart. In the 36" version you get two sets of holes for two
“Kitchen Windows” — hiawathahouse
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks32,344
Questions31
I personally did not install the plywood pieces since I am the architect but I would recommend you pre-drill and screw them into place.
“love the exposed painted floor juices and duct work” — tpmac2416
Kenneth Fromme
Kitchen
Ideabooks7,589
Questions11
Depending on the type of stone, you may have to drill into the surface to hang a shelving system. It looks like these lights were pre-built into the shelves.
“The chandelier” — meghanagpal
Ellis Custom Homes LLC
1 Review
Indian Lakes, Mountain Lodge Style
Ideabooks5,023
Questions10
DId you drill in the center of the tub for the drain? Or towards the back so with a slight pitch to the counter top for draining?
“Laundry room” — gmajidian15
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