(The shelving above the lower cabinets) This is very much the look I'm trying to accomplish in my basement reno's this fall. Gorgeous!
Hi Fostira, I don't remember exactly but I believe it's about 12" between each shelf. The shelves themselves are 2" thick. We made them that thick so we could
of the shelves for running the low voltage wire for the puck lights.
an open shelving to the left and to the right. It would be 4 spaces like four doors, but the outside left and right wouldn't have doors - they'd be 2 shelf bookshelves. It's a really nice way to break up 13' of lower doored cabinets. Just a thought!
TV, Fireplace and shelving. Also, no window (which is the situation in my basement)
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 lighting and wine glass racks.
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
hello, the steps are polished concrete and yes the stair beam is painted steel.