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Begrand Fast Design Inc.
Master Closet
WOAH. no doors for the closet. its more of a super cool fancy hallway. love the mirrors. seating area. there is so much i like in this house its kinda stupid.
The flow from room into wardrobe. And the fireplace.
Wood, Fireplace, Mirrors.
like the fireplace...Closet fireplace
“wow” — rosamanuelamom
Webber Coleman Woodworks
22 Reviews
How can I design a family room with a fireplace on one wall and tv on opposite wall?
You do have a challenge. Consider placing couches perpendicular to the tv and fireplace so you can enjoy both views at the same time. Good luck!
Any open shelf will require more dusting than a cabinet with doors, but the open shelves provide better accessibility.
For wifey shoes, shoes and more shoes
Would need more space for my shoes
“My daughter would love this-collector of shoes” — alexia12
Taylor Hannah Architect Inc
Forest Hill Road
Fireplace is fitted into the wardrobes well
Dream: one day have an actual dressing room like this! No more mere closets...
Find your “me time” in the …Dressing room: You have a passion for fashion, and you probably own more than 10 pairs of shoes. So set up your own dressing room with somewhere to sit and try on all of your clothes. Spend your time putting together ensembles
“Beautiful” — Karina Jordan
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John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Tucson Residence Kitchen
bath for their new Tucson home. Our scope of work progressively expanded into interior architecture and detailing, including the kitchen, baths, fireplaces, stair, custom millwork, doors, guardrails, and lighting for the residence – essentially everything except the furniture. The home is loosely defined
supporting planar roof elements floating above the desert floor. Our approach was to not only reinforce the general intentions of the architecture but to more clearly articulate its meaning. We began by adopting a limited palette of desert neutrals, providing continuity to the uniquely differentiated spaces
Music, movies, books and more. Dust free storage!
“Great library or storage idea” — roblinkel
Hudson Place Realty
Magnificent Hudson Street Mansion
living & dining rooms on the parlor floor, that suits both elaborate entertaining and a more private, intimate lifestyle. Dramatic double doors lead you to the formal living room replete with a stately gas fireplace with original tile surround, an adjoining center sitting room with bay window and grand
“Study” — o11636
Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design
14 Reviews
The Boutique Closet
Lighting!!!! Should show this in the "closet" area where fireplaces are now.
ample space far from tacky, more modern than many i see
more of a sleek look
“Vestidor” — Magdalena Mackintosh
The Shabby Nest
shabby nest
a little when I saw these pillow covers. I got a curtain panel of this bee pattern out of the as is room years ago, and have not been able to find more since. You don't have a source, do you?
Can you make more?...By fireplace
“Love the laundry basket for shoes with chalk board tied to basket and shoes written on it” — patfeldman
Kasey Buick
1 Review
Lola B's
More casual look, but not clean lines
Like the idea of going up into our attic space for more closet space
eliminate the closet to create more floor space and hang a bar along the sloping ceiling to hang guest items on.
This is a more cluttered way to approach hanging your clothing out for all to see. I wouldn't recommend it as a bedroom or living room. However, I think it could be
6. Looking for some more space...think attic! This may be my favorite closet of all. It feels like a little escape...a hideaway from the rest of the world. You could sneak
Accessorize. Treat the room like any other by accessorizing it to create a personal, unique space. “When ceilings are more than 8 feet high, we frequently add a simple chandelier-style light fixture,” says Clarke. “Not only does this provide some nice light for the room
“A” — hanaseikoku
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