344 operator Bedroom Design Photos

yamamar design
tamalpais house
Ideabooks26,404
Questions14
No pull. Simple and basic, these doors take a little more dexterity to operate, but the savings can be significant if you can live without the locking functions. Adding a recessed edge pull helps with the operation of a hardware-free slider and would be necessary in a pocketed situation.
Photo No pull. Simple and basic, these doors take a little more dexterity to operate, but the savings can be significant if you can live without the locking functions. Adding a recessed edge pull helps with the operation of a hardware-free slider and would be necessary in a pocketed situation.
No pull. Simple and basic, these doors take a little more dexterity to operate, but the savings can be significant if you can live without the locking functions. Adding a recessed edge pull helps with the operation of a hardware-free slider and would be necessary in a pocketed situation.
“sliding door to bathroom” — kgreene55
M+A Architecture Studio
Next House
Ideabooks554
Questions0
Schatz says he came to the conclusion over the years that the ideal operational size for a bedroom that has a queen bed, a desk, side tables and a closet is 13 feet by 13 feet. But because he wanted to have slightly bigger furniture
M+A Architecture Studio Schatz says he came to the conclusion over the years that the ideal operational size for a bedroom that has a queen bed, a desk, side tables and a closet is 13 feet by 13 feet. But because he wanted to have slightly bigger furniture
Dimensions--Designer/Builder Mark Schatz says the ideal operational size for a bedroom that has a queen bed, a desk, side tables and a closet is 13 feet by 13 feet.
not so much the photo but the description of size: Schatz says he came to the conclusion over the years that the ideal operational size for a bedroom that has a queen bed, a desk, side tables and a closet is 13 feet by 13 feet. But because he wanted to have slightly bigger furniture
“Floor” — jeffmains
41 West
21 Reviews
Cape Marco Belize Condo
Ideabooks1,373
Questions2
operative panels should barely graze the floor, but look like they are touching
going to traverse the window, neither puddle nor trouser break is right. You don’t want your fabric dusting the floor every time it opens and closes. Operative panels should just barely graze the floor — long enough to look like they are touching but actually a fraction shorter than that. Again, avoid high-water
to traverse the window, neither puddle nor trouser break is right. You don’t want your fabric dusting the floor every time it opens and closes. Operative panels should just barely graze the floor — long enough to look like they are touching but actually a fraction shorter than that. Again, avoid high-water
“CORTINAS” — annar08
Elizabeth Herrmann architecture + design
2 Reviews
Vermont Lake Home
Ideabooks1,010
Questions3
one above in 16" would be $80. Adding a jamb with operable pivot hardware would bring the total to $230. Learn more at: http://goo.gl/eDlwml.
The window sash (single-pane Brosco, I believe) was installed in a custom-made frame. The window operator link is below. http://www.vintagehardware.com/
transom window operator
operable transom...Transom operating
“fenetre air” — sacharc
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Modern Summer House
Ideabooks482
Questions3
gets cool, it’s good to have them close at hand.”The architect describes the experience of being his own client as a bit like “being a surgeon who operates on himself.” But with summer on the way and the pool at hand, it seems like it was well worth the effort.Pillows: Fishers Home Furnishings; rug: Custom
gets cool, it’s good to have them close at hand.”The architect describes the experience of being his own client as a bit like “being a surgeon who operates on himself.” But with summer in full swing in the US and the pool at hand, it seems like it was well worth the effort.Pillows: Fishers Home Furnishings;
gets cool, it’s good to have them close at hand.’The architect describes the experience of being his own client as a bit like ‘being a surgeon who operates on himself.’ But with summer on the way and the pool at hand, it seems like it was well worth the effort.cushions: Fishers Home Furnishings; rug:
“Fan” — saboyce1
Chris Jovanelly Interior Design
14 Reviews
Desert Mountain- Sunset Canyon- Contemporary
Ideabooks5,418
Questions7
Sliding. Sliding windows are usually the least expensive operable window and have been widely employed in recent decades. Most are configured with one fixed sash and one sliding sash. The operable sash simply glides over the fixed sash to open. The screens are mounted and accessible
“I like the grey color. And the modernness of the room” — yousnooze
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
Terrapin Way
Ideabooks169
Questions1
Thank You! We had this custom made by our carpenter, the side light panel (rt side) is also operable and opens completely as well. Helped out with moving furniture in and out. The side panel has a pin lock (top & bottom) that keeps it fixed as a panel
dutch door with operable side lite
“Can you do this and then add mosquito netting for breeze through??” — chrisgordon
Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design
Toronto Restoration
Ideabooks6,408
Questions7
Canopy bed: "This elegant bed by Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design has creamy silk at the bed’s head, canopy and valance, and operable linen-poly-blend sheer side drapery by Pollack Fabrics. Something to consider with this design is whether the fabric components can be easily removed
This elegant bed by Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design has creamy silk at the bed’s head, canopy and valance, and operable linen-poly-blend sheer side drapery by Pollack Fabrics.
maintains its popularity.This elegant bed by Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design has creamy silk at the bed’s head, canopy and valance, and operable linen-poly-blend sheer side drapery by Pollack Fabrics.Something to consider with this design is whether the fabric components can be easily removed
“Net” — louisegow
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™