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Kitchen Encounters
16 Reviews
Basement Bar
Ideabooks4,120
Questions10
This basement bar has an island with a unique lighting feature. The radius stainless steel back of the island is backlit behind a sheet of white plexiglass. It also has white tile surrounding the remaining back and side that looks like sugar cubes.
Find a stainless steel fabricator in Charlotte NC
I can't seem to get anyone to take on my kitchen in Stainless steel. I am in the Charlotte NC area and I desperately need help finding a fabricator or someone. I think
I love it!! I am not crazy about the stools but please help me find the base bar and the bubble effect on the
The "bubble" effect was done using a stainless steel sheet that I had laser cut with random sized circles that were laid out by hand. Behind it is a sheet of thin white plexiglass with lighting behind
“Colors” — kkennedy01
Luxurious Living Studio Inc.
3 Reviews
Lake front Basement Bar
Ideabooks26,920
Questions20
Contemporary style, 'rational' cabinetry Atmos Collection in Bookmatched stripey oak, bog wood horizontal wood grain finish. Stainless steel back splash, antiqued cambrian black stone surface along with glass bartop on stainless step posts, with footrest. Floating (ceiling hung) decorative bulkhead with
What materials the stair is made of? Is it steel? How about steps as well?
favourite stainless steel company to template measure first the plywood clad structural post. They then returned to site with a custom fit wrap which was glued and screwed in place. Ridalco is great to work with. Speak with Richard off more information.
We hired our favourite stainless steel company to template
hello, the steps are polished concrete and yes the stair beam is painted steel.
“Bar under stairs with stools” — Tracy Hicks
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks10,617
Questions12
We used a Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers. It comes about 3 feet wide and lengths up to 12 feet. It is aluminum so heating ducts will not be an issue. www.fryreglet
We used a Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers. www.fryreglet.com
January 25, 2014 PROReport Princeton Design Collaborative We used a Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers. It comes about 3 feet wide and lengths up to 12 feet. It is aluminum so heating ducts will not be an issue. www.fryreglet
“Ceiling” — mocccha
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks13,119
Questions7
We used a Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers. www.fryreglet.com
refrigerator and plenty of bottle storage. The ceiling is actually Fry Reglet acoustical wall panels (pattern B) that were fastened with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers.Bar stools: Room & Board; wine rack: Wine Enthusiast
“Bar top” — leatherock
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
Blackhawk
Ideabooks3,426
Questions6
Doors at the base of the steps instead of the hallway.
The changes to the basement had to fit within the 13- by 13-foot steel and concrete structural grid of the International-style house. Crittenden carved out comfortable spaces accordingly. In the media room, a custom curved leather sofa faces the television."It's a great hangout for the girls and their
“Doors at the base of the steps instead of the hallway.” — helenheypottery
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks14,848
Questions12
The bulkhead down the middle of the space conceals a steel beam, ductwork, heating hot water pipes and some wires. But, on the whole, we did not conceal the wires. We only minimized the wires and made them more
Eames Wire Base Table
“Basement” — marymoomaw
Princeton Design Collaborative
5 Reviews
Lower Level Living
Ideabooks5,073
Questions6
Ceiling: Fry Reglet acoustical wall panel (pattern B) and fastened it with exposed stainless steel screws and trim washers.
corrugated steel ceiling?? painted support poles
“kind of cloumns I am thinking about.” — tmarknmsu
Jaque Bethke for PURE Design Environments Inc.
9 Reviews
Contemporary Details
Ideabooks631
Questions2
This table was custom designed and made for the space. We used a concept that was based on a martini glass with the olive in the bottom of it and a very fluid design. We used tradespeople that we work with locally in that market to fabricate. If you are interested in a custom design table please
“track lighting” — Rushing Design
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