11 Built in traditional bunkbeds Eclectic Entry Design Photos

Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Karen Etingin
Ideabooks919
Questions2
I love this look, traditional with spots of modern.
walk-in closet under the stairs into an extra bathroom. As in many homes built in the late 19th century, there’s a small hallway with a butler’s pantry
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL HOME BUILT IN THE 1890'S. I LOVE THAT THE ORGINAL CHARACTER OF THE HOME HAS BEEN PRESERVED
walk-in closet under the stairs into an extra bathroom. As in many homes built in the late 19th century, there’s a small hallway with a butler’s pantry
“Was our entry way like this?” — ericadawnk
Kim Pearson Pty Ltd
Swan River Home
Ideabooks1,901
Questions0
transoms can be found in many traditional configurations, as seen in this foyer in Perth, Western Australia. Traditional-style American sidelights are
idea for dining room built in. ..side windows are perfect for desired time period
transoms can be found in many traditional configurations, as seen in this foyer in Perth, Western Australia. Traditional-style American sidelights are
9. Pick a parting phrase“Farewell” [traditional]“Take it easy” [tropical]“See ya later, alligator” [eclectic]“Catchya
“Hallway” — singrose
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Entry Hall
Ideabooks715
Questions4
love the feel here. Built to showcase treasures.
traditional indian art
“Hall cor parede” — pauloppn
Frederick County Furniture and Accessories
Fitzgerald Home Furnishings has everything for your home's interior - all under one roof! We have quality furniture, flooring, cabinets, tile, granite, PPG Paints, decor, lighting, mattresses, etc.
Sponsored
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Wainscot in mudroom
Ideabooks795
Questions1
Built-in's just inside garage entry into house? Idea.
and storage on way out door..but not built in bench for future changes
the painted wainscoating- would hide dirt better than traditional white.
built in painted beadboard / seating...Built-in bench and storage....built ins hooks...built in bench- shelf
“Bead board” — betsy_62
Buckminster Green LLC
12 Reviews
Spice rack
Ideabooks1,275
Questions3
Can this rack be built to the customer's desired dimensions?
All the built-ins we make are custom. We no longer have this exact salvaged wood so we
A traditional spice rack like someone's grandmother would have had. A smaller version
built in spice rack near range...Built in type shelving...spice built in
“spice jars” — tjscerbo
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Cranberry Lane
Ideabooks27
Questions0
planted after the original cottage was built. All the interior trim, millwork, cabinets, stairs and railings were built on site, providing character to the
Lane began with a reproduction of a historic “half Cape” cottage that was built as a retirement home for one person in 1980. Nearly thirty years later
and feel of the original cottage from the street. While they wanted a traditional exterior, my clients also asked for a house that would feel more spacious
with natural light. Inside the house, the materials and details are traditional, but the spaces are not. Coming in from the farmer’s porch, the vaulted
“on the top of the stairs” — francisca5
Joseph B Lanza Design + Building
Cranberry Lane
Ideabooks24
Questions0
cabinets, stairs and railings were built on site, providing character to the house with a modern spin on traditional New England craftsmanship.
Lane began with a reproduction of a historic “half Cape” cottage that was built as a retirement home for one person in 1980. Nearly thirty years later
and feel of the original cottage from the street. While they wanted a traditional exterior, my clients also asked for a house that would feel more spacious
with natural light. Inside the house, the materials and details are traditional, but the spaces are not. Coming in from the farmer’s porch, the vaulted
“Door trim” — amandakaldor
Andrea Meyers
Entry way
Ideabooks1,034
Questions2
What are some modern alternatives to traditional sidelight curtains?
obscure visibility. Tip: A cinched, full sheer treatment has a very traditional look. Try stretching the fabric taut for a more contemporary flair.
obscure visibility. Tip: A cinched, full sheer treatment has a very traditional look. Try stretching the fabric taut for a more contemporary flair.
Traditional sheer fabric at the front door adds privacy and good looks
years ago when my husband's job brought us to the DC Metro area, but it was built a little over four years ago. We had looked at many homes, and this one just
but obscure visibility. Tip: A cinched, full sheer treatment has a very traditional look. Try stretching the fabric taut for a more contemporary flair.
“Front door covering/treatment” — penguinated
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™