85,783 Built in traditional bunkbeds Home Design Photos

Crown Point Cabinetry
1 Review
Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut
(The wine fridge is a standard 24" width, and features a door frame we built.) The overall width is 67 1/2" (the countertop that sits on them is 69 1/2"
Built ins...Wood cabinets, more traditional...Built in fridge to cabinet
“glass detail” — Maverick Designs
Russell Taylor Architects
4 Reviews
Restoration of Grade I Listed House in Central London
Embrace your hang-upsMore than mere hardware, a traditional hanging pan-rack can have a surprisingly stylish impact on a kitchen. It gives rooms a homely
built in round cutting board...Built in chopping area...built-in cutting board
“brilliant” — James Mankilik
Barry Block Landscape Design & Contracting, Inc.
Woodland SPA
Great use of a pool in a non-traditional 'swimming' sense! Works well with the green sandstone
Built-in hot tub!...Outdoor built-in hot tub....built in hot tub
“Pool” — mlradloff
Lang's Kitchen & Bath
11 Reviews
Space to Expand
interesting design question. For traditional or transitional look, cabinets 3" to 6" from ceiling with molding built up to the ceiling is a very nice -
The home owner selected this paint color when the house was built so I can not help twith that selection.
The edge was a double built up edge to 2 1/2"
“Backsplash” — shabs19
Norris Architecture
3 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
A traditional house that meanders around courtyards built as though it where built in stages over time. Well proportioned and timeless. Presenting its
This home was built 3 years ago So it's numbers are probably not relevant. Also I do not want
“Everything the stone is beautiful” — mljmjj
Synergy Design & Construction
10 Reviews
Leesburg Traditional Kitchen - Seating
back wall as I want, washer/dryer built in with frig and stove also built in
Vent hood built in. Don't like the tile.
Leesburg Traditional Kitchen - Seating
“Similar tile” — derow
Carr, Lynch and Sandell, Inc.
new link between historic house and barn
I would have built the garage right up against the railroad to help block noise and to allow
attaching our house to a someday built garage
Clapboard siding. Federal houses in the northern U.S. tend to be built with clapboard siding, often painted white with details like doors and shutters
to integrate modern elements even when the designer is striving for a traditional aesthetic in tune with the original structure.
“Frente” — fliacornejo
Michelle Rolens - Neil Kelly Design/Build
3 Reviews
Country Kitchen & Bath
built in bookcase/media unit. area rug. feel - traditional and eclectic. inviting and comfortable.
built in...Built ins
“Top oven for display--no glass front” — hotmholt
Do bunkbeds take up visual space?
Or would the space saved on the floor create more space? It would be in a small room -- 10x12 kid's room -- and partly cover the windows (three long...
looking for a design for built in bunkbeds with drawers under bottom
need ideas on built in bunk beds with drawers on bottom
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