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Jerry Bussanmas
12 Reviews
Jerry Bussanmas
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Questions0
Combination of kusen vs wall color
Build into wall and ditch closet
Like the narrower profile of this cabinet against the wall.
“Perhaps a desk on the side under the window??” — veronicamifsud
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if wall to wall then can do staircase'
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“Ladder!” — bristolb1
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Questions0
wall to wall closet
Wall closet
“cloth” — debabrata91b
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Closet Organization
Ideabooks1,071
Questions1
Put all drawers on the inside facing walls, negative that that it doesn't look clean looking in
Like the layout of the far wall
layout for long wall
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CLOSET AREA (example 2): - Open concept - Designated wall for her clothes - Designated wall for his clothes - Area for a dresser - Area for a standing mirror - Area for make-up vanity - Open middle area for ottoman
I like the idea of the wardrobe not being tucked away behind doors but just being around the corner of a wall in the bedroom.
“Closet” — bcarr22
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Questions0
birch tree wall decals
grey walls...wall decals
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Closets
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Questions1
Hanging on one wall, thin slide cabinet in middle to split
My wall...My closet wall
“Closet alexia” — robertotoliver
Sylvie Meehan Designs
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Master Bathroom - Perry
Ideabooks344
Questions1
was large enough to be functional. Removing the wall between the tub and the vanity allowed us to open up the space and make room for a larger shower. This also helped to optimize the natural light coming in from the window. By relocating the other walls we were able to turn the two small closets into
even more character to the room with the “Brown Rain Forest” marble countertop on the vanity and the mosaic used in the shower. We also installed wall faucets and vessel sinks. We installed a round, pivoting mirror to allow make the application of make-up more comfortable whether sitting or standing
“Wire baskets” — marylouepley
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