28 iphone Entry Design Photos

The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Contemporary Entrance
front cabinets, will add drawers under the bench and deep drawers for boots/shoes, and drawers above the bench leaving a little bit of space to sit for iphone chargings , etc. Also verical small cubbies for sunscreen, hats, etc
“Enclosed entryway” — peeteyboy
Clawson Architects, LLC
26 Reviews
Tutor Cottage Renovations and Alterations, South Orange, New Jersey
The new front door entryway now organizes the space in a way that is much more efficient. A small bench, hooks and shelf organize the homeowners belongings. New details were added at the stair to enhance the area. See before images at www.clawsonarchitects.com to understand the complete transformation.
“Entry to stairs” — sgrsbrechbill
Hylton Butterfield
19 Reviews
Antique Industrial Gear Decor
Go for gears. Sure, technology today is pretty great, but you can't see anything. What's going on inside an iPhone? Rothblatt says the steampunk appeal lies in the fact that in the Industrial Revolution days, technology was in your face, with spewing steam and cranking gears. Steampunk style romanticizes
“I like how the cogs take up some of the vertical space, but yet they are "light" enough to allow to” — redstuff72
Patrick A. Finn, Ltd
5 Reviews
Mudroom Cubbies
Plug in iPhones
“Charging area” — abbygreynolds71
Weaver Custom Homes
McCumber Lane, Lewis Center
iPad, iPhone chargers
“The door” — conie4
MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc.
15 Reviews
Decorá Cabinetry: Prescott Beaded Inset Maple White
The pull out i-phone drawer.
“charging station” — ldorr
Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Intexure Live Work Studio
Sherwin-Williams custom mix, but they have a color app you might like.. http://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/color/try-on-colors/colorsnap-for-iphone-android-and-blackberry/?WT.mc_id=SWRedirect_Colorsnap
“Escada bonita!” — tamarispivatto
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
49 Reviews
Modern Interior Design at the Jade Beach
If you have a cell phone that allows you to take a picture of what is on your screen (e.g. iPhone) you can then transfer the photo from your phone to your computer via a connecting cable (between your phone and the computer). Or, get someone to
“Mirror” — batooali7
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