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Mulligan & Associates
Lower Level Built in Dog House
Ideabooks24
Questions0
Lower Level Built in Dog House
The Stair to the Finished Lower Level with a built in Dog House. Access to the Dog House is from the adjacent room, and a hinge lid provides easy access to clean.
Cubby space for dogs
dog house for basement
Dog House...inside dog house
“Cubby space for dogs” — dogemama
Designing Solutions
56 Reviews
Dog House Update
Ideabooks55
Questions0
Dog House Update
“Pool table” — hdoherty16
Spring Creek Design
13 Reviews
Basement Lounge
Ideabooks1,885
Questions0
Interesting storage design plus something for the dog or cat.
I'm not sure what is more brilliant, the dog bed or the storage! Love both
dog kennel under stair
The oversize mouse hole in this basement is in fact the perfect size for an old house cat who prefers to keep out of the action upstairs.
Dog house...dog space
“Under the Stairs” — Joan Swartz
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Beth Rosenfield Design LLC
12 Reviews
Rustic Office Reception Area
Ideabooks22,468
Questions10
the look of aging signs on barns across America, and highlights the company name. Inviting and relaxed furnishings and the presence of an employees dog at work welcomes visitors.
Would like to know where to get the dog statue that is in the corner. Thanks.
The dog was purchased at Norton's Gallery in Vermont.
Hi! This response is quite delayed, but the dog statue in the corner was purchased at a craft fair. I don't know the source for it.
LOVE for one wall in the house
The creative custom lobby at Blue Buffalo dog food company -- complete with the sweet company dog!
“love the buffalo wall” — jocrowcmsr
Krause Construction Denver Colorado
4 Reviews
contemporary basement projects by Krause Construction
Ideabooks36,834
Questions12
Boost privacy. Many builder-grade houses contain hollow-core doors. These doors have a real-looking wood grain but are made up only of ¼-inch-thick parts, and are essentially cardboard and air inside. While hollow-core doors can be fine for certain rooms, I try to use solid-core doors for the bathroom
“Kids playroom under staors” — lacylynnbrown
Brunelleschi Construction
16 Reviews
Rao
Ideabooks3,045
Questions6
to indoor outdoor kennels door next to double doors can lead to out back yard!!! Still need to have enough space for sink and wash stall for grooming dogs
house idea...long narrow house...row house
“entry closet” — Dana Litz
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks22,861
Questions28
sure the basement stays warm and dry. A vapor barrier was installed around the foundation, a backyard cistern was put in to draw water away from the house, and a large trench was dug below the basement and filled with asphalt, clay, and river rock.
4. Den-ocracy. Change is always good. Turn the office adjacent to the living room into a den that everyone in the house can equally enjoy. Design justice for all!
“Coffee table!” — sianoah
Madison Taylor
25 Reviews
Funky Fresh Basement
Ideabooks3,117
Questions6
Yes this is a wall to wall application. The homeowner wanted carpet but has several dogs and young children so something that was easy to repair. Flor is great because you can simply remove a tile that is stained and replace with a new
Dog friendly good looking floor
“when the kids go to University:)” — aelsherif
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