5 no drill shower door handle Basement Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
I love your bike rack/storage solution. Did you have to do anything specific or just drill into a stud?
Just pre-drill and screw the hook into the floor joist.
cramped and wet basement into a favorite gathering and entertaining space. The renovations gave the owners a den, laundry room, bathroom with steam shower and a bar-kitchenette.
“painted rafter” — dellannmoore
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
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.
galvanized finish so no it will not rust unless it is exposed to moisture on a continual basis (i.e. outside). Usually even bare metal won't rust in doors if the space is conditioned correctly. To be safe though you can apply a clear coat to seal it and protect it (for bare steel that is).
No sound insulation was used to seperate the floors. There is a door that occurs at top of stair. Bedrooms occur on second and third floors so there was no real need to isolate sound. Floors overhead are hardwood as well
Black Exposed Framing I like how they handled the lights. corrugated metal
“enclosed stairs” — carolynfine
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
14 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
fasteners did you use? I mean, were they drywall screws... deck-screws...? And what length? Did you also use liquid nails to reinforce? What type of drill-bit did you use? How do I cut the material? Tin-snips? A circular saw fitted with a metal blade? And the trim... what exactly did you use and how did
Shower area in glass for outdoor jacuzzi
Doors above bar for entertainment center
“wall” — kardmally
White Rock Glass
3 Reviews
Frameless Shower Pivot Doors
Frameless Shower Pivot Doors
square tubular handle
shower header...inline shower
EB Designs
1 Review
Wainscott South
d 20' ceilings, paneling and room for a flatscreen TV over the fireplace. French doors open from here to the screened outdoor living room with fireplace. An expansive master with fireplace, his/her closets, steam shower and jacuzzi completes the first level. Upstairs, a second fireplaced master with
“bar necessitates” — jennidenny1
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