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Krause Construction Denver Colorado
7 Reviews
contemporary basement projects by Krause Construction
We used 8/4 poplar for the rail and stile. Biscuit joined corners. The T&G panel sets into a dado in the rail and stile
Denver Colorado We used 8/4 poplar for the rail and stile. Biscuit joined corners. The T&G panel sets into a dado in the rail and stile
“Idea” — Carrie Rogers
Contemporary Basement
basement 4
“basement seating” — danknuts6
Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design
4 Reviews
Basement Development
G.Romano via 4 Living or Home Evolution in Calgary, AB
“endtables” — spos1
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Simply Baths & Showcase Kitchens
6 Reviews
Open Space Interior
It's 5x24 tile. It's from Ege Seramik's Atlantic Collection. It comes in 4 colors; this is a Beige. Glad you like it.
“collage” — mvignalo
Cardea Building Co.
6 Reviews
Family Room
What is the spacing between spotlights? what size are the spotlights? 4" or 5"?
“Open” — Pamela Lewis
Jarrod Smart Construction
2 Reviews
Billiard Room
It is 1-1/4" thick slate approximately 8" x 48" to create the grids with 24 x 24 ceramic
“Brick work” — Jeanine Gillmore
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
answer your question, you should expect to loose anywhere between 1/2" to 1 1/4" depending on the material used. Please remember that you need 7'-0" ceiling
“Painting” — jenpb
Urban Abode
6 Reviews
Contemporary Basement
in the middle where the fire place is I have the option of 3 20" doors or 4 15" doors. What do you think would look best? Also,How are the electronic
13ft long. Our cabinet configuration choices are: 1. 3 doors x 16" (side) 4 doors x 14" (middle) , 3 doors x 16" (side) 2. 3 x 16", 3 x 18", 3x 16" 3.
design, odds look better in groupings then evens. 3 vs. 4. 4 vs. 5. and so on... That being said - 4 doors would look best in my opinion. As for media
think I would prefer the 4 15" doors over the 3 20" doors. The reason for this is two fold - the handles line up nicer with 4 doors, where as three doors
fireplace required a 25" depth. That's why the center section sticks out about 4" farther then the cabinets on both sides.
“basement” — Michelle Polizzi
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