409 New Elevator Access Dining Design Photos

Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Carmadillo Kitchen|Dining
Ideabooks6,793
Questions6
meets beach. A 1920's bungalow home in the heart of downtown Carmel, California undergoes a small renovation that leads to a complete home makeover. New driftwood oak floors, board and batten walls, Ann Sacks tile, modern finishes, and an overall neutral palette creates a true bungalow style home. Photography
Hi! The wall paint color is Sherwin Williams: Accessible Beige (SW 7036) & the all trim and ceilings are Sherwin Williams: Alabaster (SW 7008)". Windows and doors are Sherwin Williams: Well-Bred Brown"
Sw accessible beige. 7036. White alabaster
Walls: Accessible Beige (SW 7036), Ceilings & Trim: Alabaster (SW 7008), Beautiful
Accessible beige walls with alabaster trim
Colors Alabaster white and accessible beige
“love ceiling work” — karenmills5008
Arthur Rutenberg Homes
Valencia 1180
Ideabooks3,976
Questions8
Valencia 1180: Elevation “E”, open Model for Viewing at the Murano at Miromar Lakes Beach & Country Club Homes in Estero, Florida. Visit ... to view other Models. 3 BEDROOMS / 3.5 Baths / Den / Bonus room 3,687 square feet Plan Features: Living Area: 3687 Total Area: 5143 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms:
“Print on window panels” — aprile23
Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
incredibly green home of chevy chase
Ideabooks2,726
Questions2
Dining room to new family room
LOVE that the dinning area is elevated
Elevation for kitchen & dining room. Also like columns.
Raised elevation and posts
I like the elevation
elevated room...Dining elevation
“Open. Harps?” — victoriah92
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Ideabooks3,767
Questions9
Architect: Carol Sundstrom, AIA Accessibility Consultant: Karen Braitmayer, FAIA Interior Designer: Lucy Johnson Interiors Contractor: Phoenix Construction Cabinetry: Contour Woodworks Custom Sink: Kollmar Sheet Metal Photography: © Kathryn Barnard
Fewer upper cabinets. More lower cabinets for easy access.
This extended lowered counter is open underneath and accessible from both sides, inviting little ones or those in chairs to take part in the daily cooking activities. Chairs or stools can also slide under the
Add flip up countertop at 30" high or less and 30" wide to accommodate wheelchair accessibility
This extended lowered counter is open underneath and accessible from both sides, inviting little ones or those in chairs to take part in the daily cooking activities. Chairs or stools can also slide under the
“Lots of wood and unfussy” — ddoppelt
Haverford Homes
5 Reviews
Haverford Homes at Westphalia Row
Ideabooks293
Questions2
that puts access to the Beltway and Greater Washington right at your doorstep. Literally moments from I-495, Westphalia Row greets your arrival with a stately brick entrance monument. Designed to exude elegance and sophistication, a large percentage of the homes have brick-front elevations and most
most side elevations feature brick water tables. Even most rear elevations feature brick on the lower level, and special architectural details like picket fencing and carriage style garage doors add touches of charm throughout. A Centrally located clubhouse will in the future provide yet another great
“Millwork” — Joy Marsh
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks59
Questions1
remain a reminder of the historical details of the original construction. A new central AC system was added with an exposed cylindrical duct running along the long living room wall. A small office nook was built next to the elevator tucked away to be out of site.
playroom and a shared kid’s bathroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom and master bathroom float above the kid’s rooms on a mezzanine accessed by a newly built staircase. Ample new storage was built underneath the staircase as an extension of the open kitchen and dining areas. A custom pull out drawer containing
containing the food and water bowls was installed for the family’s two dogs to be hidden away out of site when not in use. All wall surfaces, existing and new, were limited to a bright but warm white finish to create a seamless integration in the ceiling and wall structures allowing the spatial progression
“Exact dining set I want!” — ldwillis
Carl Vernlund
1 Review
Woodland Point Great Room
Ideabooks4,902
Questions2
Is this the idea of the first elevation dormer windows?
New but traditional style
Outdoor access...Front elevation
“windows” — Lisa Pickett
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Hill House
Ideabooks2,226
Questions5
Add new dimension with second floor levels since 13' to play with
elevated stage for kitchen, stove attach to side wall. i love it.
Love the elevation change to separate the space
Elevation change...dining elevated
“level change ideas” — Patsy Reis_power
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