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B. W. Interiors Chicago
5 Reviews
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Ideabooks347
Questions0
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“Floor trim” — slappo
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Mudroom
Ideabooks52,880
Questions23
Yes, these were custom built. The dimensions of the cubbies ("lockers") are: width: 15" (there are 5) height (of middle cubby): 51" height of top cubby: 15" height of bottom cubby: 15" Are those the dimensions you are looking for? Sorry for my delayed response, this questions must have
Most of the measurements are above! I believe each is 15" wide.
I think that the lockers are approximately 24" deep on the bottom and 15"-18" deep on top. The length is about 9' and the height looks about 8' high. I have done a similar look in wood with rattan with my kitchen cabinetry
“Functional” — Ursula Sfraga
Four Corners Construction, L.P.
STonehedge Exteriors
Ideabooks8,988
Questions9
website www.foretdoors.com/modern-doors.html for a great collection of contemporary doors
Please visit our website www.foretdoors.com/modern-doors.html for a great collection of contemporary doors
Please visit our website www.foretdoors.com/modern-doors.html for a great collection of contemporary
door to outside; could be used for transition from indoor space to terrace
stunning entrance that will captivate your guests, choose a customized pivot front door. Enhance the impact by choosing a finish that complements your home’s interior, and paint the frame a bold, eye-catching color.
“puerta” — paultg
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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Ideabooks14,559
Questions15
she has detailed instructions on how she painted and finished the cabinet - Here is the link! (http://www.savvysouthernstyle.net/2011/05/one-more-time.html) I bet your home and projects will turn out gorgeous! Good luck! Best, Corynne
Hi! The paint color is Chateau Gray - here is a link with more details! http://www.savvysouthernstyle.net/2011/05/one-more-time.html Hope this helps ! Corynne
wood floor is Santos Mahogony solid hardwood and came from Armstrong. Here is a link with more details .. (http://www.armstrong.com/flooring/floors.html) Hope this helps! Corynne
Like furniture piece for our entry
15. The foyer in the same house features an antique sideboard that the homeowner finished herself.See more photos: My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern
“Door n windows” — paige_c
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
2 Reviews
Admiral's House
Ideabooks45,588
Questions38
Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative leaded glass windows, custom marble windowsills, and
roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an office on the first floor
would like to know the price of the chair. I already looked in your web page and I couldn't found it. I you could also tell me shipping costs in the U.S. and Mexico....Thnks!
“recessed wall” — hargovan
Marina Rubina, Architect
1 Review
Quarry Street House
Ideabooks8,145
Questions6
Marina, I must say this transition from slate to hardwood is beautiful! I have been looking for examples of transitioning from hardwood to tile with only a grout line between. Very modern look! Would
Thank you for your interest. The floor tile is natural slate. We got 16x16 square tiles and cut them into 3 rectangles. The color is Brazil Grey S201 from DalTile http://products.daltile.com/seriesdetailStone.cfm?item=3021&series=110&item=3021&log=4&subType=1.
powder room floor Brazil Grey S201 from DalTile http://products.daltile.com/seriesdetailStone.cfm?item=3021&series=110&item=3021&log=4&subType=1.
shape of tiles & transition between floors
What’s interesting about the floor in this modern mudroom is the way it was installed. Architect Marina Rubina cut 16-inch-square tiles of natural slate (Brazil Gray from Daltile) into three rectangles (approximately 5 by 16 inches) each. Bamboo (3¾-inch-wide planks) covers the floor in the adjacent
“tile/hardwood transition” — liliint
Tess Fine
Laura Zindel
Ideabooks2,785
Questions7
How did you transition the trim throughout the house?
Lots of other furniture pieces respond well to being constructed from twigs and branches. Like this console table …
Lots of other furniture pieces respond well to being constructed from twigs and branches. Like this console table …
The formal entry to the home was built sometime in the 1800s, as was most of the home beyond the kitchen. A felt penny rug complements the bold blue paint in the hallway entry. "I love dark, saturated colors, which is a bit of a problem because our house does not get a lot of light," says Laura. "The
“Love the table.” — dummydog
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,223
Questions1
like a different look, where all the hardware is hidden inside the posts please take a look at our website http://www.thecableconnection.com/ultra-tec.html or contact our office at 1-800-851-2961 and a member of our sales staff will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. http://youtu.
Transom windows illuminate a covered deck. Like all the decks in the house, this one got new railings. Looking at this image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of Case Study House #22 overlooking the Los Angeles skyline at night. The view may be different, but the feeling
Transom windows illuminate a covered deck. Like all the decks in the house, this one got new railings. Looking at this image, it’s hard not to think of Julius Shulman’s classic 1960 photograph of Case Study House #22 overlooking the Los Angeles skyline at night. The view may be different, but the feeling
“Colour of wood like” — mp_424
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