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fully organized and functional dressing room. Design the bathroom using a large shower but taking in consideration client’s height differences, incorporate client’s flair for modern technology yet keeping with architectural bones of existing country home design. Create a separate room that fits the
and a bathroom filled with technology, elegance and luxury. Although the existing space was acceptable, it did not reflect the charismatic character of the clients, and lacked breathing space. By borrowing the ineffective space from their existing “entrance court” and removing all closets thus permitting
separate bathroom area housing a deep sculptural tub with air massage and hydrotherapy combination, set in a perfect symmetrical fashion to allow the beautiful views of the outdoor landscape, a thin 30” LCD TV, and incorporating a large niche wall for artful accessories and spa products, as well as a private
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
French Country Elegance
convert my bathroom closed to this style
kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedrooms. Clear her clutter and get things organized. Or, if you can afford it, hire a cleaning service for the day.More ideas for Mom:50 Gifts for the Design-Loving Mom
supply organ....nice and organized
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the hall bathroom door. Really like this!!!
for an organized entryway
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This organized entryway is also an example of global-influenced style because of the rich accent color, African baskets, oriental rug and hand-woven cushions. Objects that remind you of your travels can transport you to a different place; objects that you know support micro-economic ventures in impoverished
keep it organized. A built-in like this is great, because it doesn't allow for any extraneous items. There's a clear spot for coats, hats and other basics — everything else makes its way into the rest of the home.
arrival. Organized entryways (usually beside the back, side or garage door) include a spot to sit for putting on or pulling off shoes, store bookbags and hang keys.
Tudor Kitchen Remodel
window and bathroom on end with window...
Organized coats etc with doors
bathroom right off laundry room
bathroom at end
Sterling Road Addition
cubbies well organized in a clean modern way
outside bathroom downstairs
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