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The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
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Questions5
Size: 133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbors allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living
Size: 133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living
Size: 12 square metres of living space plus a 6-square-metre sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris Tack and his wife Malissa who works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, Washington, USBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space
“pretty neat” — jcpullias1750
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks4,415
Questions5
increase the cost of your project, as each will increase both your rough and trim plumbing costs as well as your fixture costs. Also plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing a standard showerhead up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And don’t put the controls in
There are body sprays, handhelds, rain heads and more. Keep in mind that each of these items will increase the cost of your project. Plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing a standard showerhead up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And don’t put the controls in
And while you’re at it, plan out the location of each of these elements. For example, consider placing a standard showerhead up higher on the wall if you’re tall. And if you plan on having a shower
“s” — raffacalfat
gne architecture
5 Reviews
MPD Residence
Ideabooks2,264
Questions2
Multiple Bocci Pendants For this room gne Architecture chose an asymmetrical location relative to the mirror to mix things up. When they work: Bocci offers an endless number of configurations with different numbers of pendants, which
particular space. Greg Epstein, gne Architecture’s founder, recommends studying the amount of light the fixture emits to make sure it’s sufficient for the location where it’s being installed.
Multiple Bocci PendantsFor this room gne Architecture chose an asymmetrical location relative to the mirror to mix things up.When they work: Bocci offers an endless number of configurations with different numbers of pendants, which can be customized to fit your particular space. Greg Epstein, gne Ar
“lampara” — anabelcremona
Loudoun Custom Cabinets
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Chantel Elshout Design Consultancy
14 Reviews
Clapham Family Home
Ideabooks3,355
Questions5
of today’s roll-top baths have been shrunk so you can squeeze one into even the tiniest bathroom. Make the best use of an awkwardly shaped room by locating your bath underneath the eaves. A teeny space also means you can splurge on luxe materials without breaking the bank.
of today’s roll-top baths have been shrunk so you can squeeze one into even the tiniest bathroom. Make the best use of an awkwardly shaped room by locating your bath underneath the eaves. A teeny space also means you can splurge on luxe materials without breaking the bank. Tub: Amalfi, Victoria + Albert
tiny tubSome of today’s roll-top baths have been shrunk so even the tiniest bathroom can squeeze one in. Make best use of an awkward-shaped room by locating your bath underneath the eaves. A teeny space also means you can splash out on luxe materials without breaking the bank, upping the style stakes hugely
“Tiles” — brian. f
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks2,917
Questions7
Where is the toilet located? Thank you.
The toilet is located in a small alcove on the right, behind the shelves.
waterproof room where the entire space is the shower. He left a window (the lower half is obscured) and tiled the floor with brick (a long drain is located under the window), because he wanted the space to feel like an outdoor shower. “I’ve always wanted one but can’t have one in the city,” he says. “I
waterproof room where the entire space is the shower. He left a window (the lower half is obscured) and tiled the floor with brick (a long drain is located under the window), because he wanted the space to feel like an outdoor shower. “I’ve always wanted one but can’t have one in the city,” he says. “I
“Bathroom” — yakoel83
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Master Bath Suite
Ideabooks9,802
Questions2
Tub in front of window. Don't love faucet location
reasons space, and plenty of it, is another ultimate city luxury. This Seattle bathroom has it in spades, even if it is located in a hotel. The bathroom is sleek but references its location through the wooden slat ceiling, flooring under the tub and plaid rug. When was the last time you saw a plaid rug in
“Master sink” — janisg123
ZAK Architecture
Master Bath
Ideabooks18,062
Questions10
vanity lit by shoji-inspired teardrop pendants, the louvered wood doors that filter the sunlight, the garden nook with its stone soaking tub. Plus it’s located on the Big Island of Hawaii!
vanity lit by shoji-inspired teardrop pendants, the louvred wood doors that filter the sunlight, the garden nook with its stone soaking tub. Plus it’s located on the Big Island of Hawaii!
“In-out bath” — Quantum
Paul Cha Architect
2 Reviews
Union Square Loft
Ideabooks1,205
Questions3
supervising his own construction project found the contractors hadn’t correctly followed the detail drawings. They had inadvertently switched the location of the vapor barrier from the warm side of the building envelope to the cold side, where the wall meets the floor. Doesn’t sound like much, but most
supervising his own construction project found the contractors hadn’t correctly followed the detail drawings. They had inadvertently switched the location of the vapour barrier from the warm side of the building envelope to the cold side, where the wall meets the floor. Doesn’t sound like much, but most
“Bathroom2” — seanjamesburke
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