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Chermak Construction, Inc.
Mercer Island Bathroom Master Suite
Ideabooks1,016
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features in this project required replacement of the home’s plumbing and electrical systems. The cedar ceiling and other places in the room replicate what
“Maybe a ladder” — kmacgroarty
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Stinson Beach Modern Retreat
Ideabooks75
Questions1
hardwood and Italian ceramic radiant tile floors using Warmboard technology, Electric blinds, Dornbracht faucets, Kalwall skylights throughout livingroom and
“Sexy” — Charity Adams
rahessian
Mount House
Ideabooks11,198
Questions5
closet and large mirror as you enter the master closet. Floor color ideal, electric heat under tile.
“closet for the master bedroom” — mudita84
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Contemporary Closet
Ideabooks19,660
Questions17
lit,possibly a small window?poss between bedroom and bathroom?plenty of electrical outlets for hair tools
“make up” — ldischmann
Lisa Adams, LA Closet Design
14 Reviews
The Boutique Closet
Ideabooks24,586
Questions11
sure the floors would run about a grand for approx 200 sf with install…. electrical would cost ….after material, install and design fees I think you would
“Closet lighting” — hastingsbunch
Tim Kriebel - KRIEBELDESIGN
1 Review
Custom Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks21,163
Questions8
Stud wall electrics
“alimentation” — Ranoelimanana Dimby
Weber Design Group, Inc.
6 Reviews
Contemporary on the water
Ideabooks18,821
Questions6
the high windows allows for privacy and natural lighting to save on electricity
“Windows in closet” — abbeyandbo
Tracie Butler Interior Design
Sierra Alta
Ideabooks17,399
Questions5
augmenting or replacing recessed cans or track lighting. LEDs use less electricity, produce less heat and can be surface mounted and plugged in, so they
“Hooks” — Jennifer Lasell
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