6 radios Beach Style Home Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Beth & Joe Gillespie
Ideabooks324
Questions0
Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz
“Decor” — shanzzzzz
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
The Passage
Ideabooks2,422
Questions5
about that? Cut out space for it inside and fhave a hole on top of the cabinet perhaps in the lower top of the two tiered to cabinet? To put the radio or iPad thing. Another outlet made higher up and concealed behind a shelf lip. 2- two toned cabine
“Credenza” — Ash Velez
Highgate House
4 Reviews
Grand Queenslander
Ideabooks40
Questions0
electrical devices to a minimum in the bedroom or, better yet, store everything you have – your radio, mobile phone, TV, iPad/tablet, laptop, chargers and so on – in another room. Opt for a battery-operated radio and, if you can’t live without your electric blanket during winter, make sure you unplug it
“Drapery” — voular
Cabbages & Roses Ltd
Winchelsea Beach
Ideabooks39
Questions0
vintage radio
“Built in bunk” — summerfriends55
International Bath and Tile
14 Reviews
Small Bathroom
Ideabooks2
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Duravit toilet next to open shower.
“Tile toilet” — mleeparker
Jill J. Wallace, Color Redesign
16 Reviews
Coastal Inspired
Ideabooks1
Questions0
A clever way to hide the cords of phones, radios or other chargers: create a drop space like an office desk and use an outlet hidden in the cabinet. The regular outlet is then available for other uses.
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