2,268 thick counters Exterior Design Photos

SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks952
Questions4
can you tell me what these counters are made of? Color? They are so beautiful.
what type, make and color are these counters? Is it a limestone or quartz? Thank you
the thick counter wrapping around the island + framing the chairs
island counter with seating area. I like the thick look of the counter
Who makes the counter?...Concrete counters...thick bench and stools...thick countertop...thick island counter...Stools and counter...contrasting paint under counter....Counter top...Thick Mitered Counter
“Counter” — erica824
SB Architects
The Hillside House
Ideabooks1,072
Questions3
Warm wood with thick light colored counters and thumb pulls for the drawers - nice for 1436 MBath
thick counter top...wood doors, thick bench...Thick wrap around countertop
“Cabinets” — cbroth1
Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks719
Questions2
Clean lines, flat panel wood drawers and contrasting stone counter
beautiful cabinets, hardware and counters!
Thick counter top...Counter tops and floors
“Cabinets” — chloefirestone
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
Cor-Ten Cattails Sculptural Fence
Ideabooks987
Questions4
grade, set in concrete 3 feet below, weighs 80-90 pounds and is 5/8 inch thick. The profile of the blades is an irregular trapezoid with no horizontal
stanchion stands 8’ above grade, 2’ below, weighs 80-90 lbs, and is 5/8” thick. The profile of the stanchions is an irregular trapezoid that abstractly
grade, set in concrete 3 feet below, weighs 80-90 pounds and is 5/8 inch thick. The profile of the blades is an irregular trapezoid with no horizontal
grade, set in concrete 3 feet below, weighs 80-90 pounds and is 5/8 inch thick," explained Christopher Olstein, Archer & Buchanan project manager. "The
“Cool house” — Joelle McCook
david phillips
4 Reviews
newton residence 1 - dplk.04
Ideabooks18,423
Questions13
Hi There, - Do you happen to know what thickness the window grille's are (typical sizes I've
like our Boston Blend Round veneer. We sell it in 1 inch thick, 4 inch thick, and 3-7 inch thick. You can view some photos and video of it here: ... Feel
exterior wall, with minimal exposed mortar. the stone is approximately 6"-7" thick. I would recommend that you show your builder, and mason the photo and
Note the thin stone sills - not thick, so it doesn't compete with the wide trim around the windows.
“TN” — cdahlen
Fivedot Design Build
4 Reviews
The Beatbox
Ideabooks5,047
Questions7
metal frames, like aluminum, can be quite thin, vinyl frames will likely be thick.
metal frames, like aluminum, can be quite thin, vinyl frames will likely be thick. Cost. A sliding glass door will typically cost considerably less than a
metal frames, like aluminum, can be quite thin, vinyl frames will likely be thick.Cost. A sliding glass door will typically cost considerably less than a
“painted hardie, wood fascia and soffit” — Tiffany Dowling
Handsome Properties
2340 Bohicket Road
Ideabooks2,162
Questions3
capacity 650, septic, town water, top of the line kitchen with granite counters, hammered copper sinks, DCS gas stove and oven, exquisite tile work throughout
you go! Rounded corners, arched walls, pocket doors, interior doors are 2” thick. Moulding and trim are everywhere, custom iron banisters and railings, marble
you go! Rounded corners, arched walls, pocket doors, interior doors are 2” thick. Moulding and trim are everywhere, custom iron banisters and railings, marble
capacity 650, septic, town water, top of the line kitchen with granite counters, hammered copper sinks, DCS gas stove and oven, exquisite tile work throughout
“Cape front, but full height in side and back” — timnee1
The ReDevelopment Group
3 Reviews
FR Residence
Ideabooks663
Questions1
thick and thin metal bands look like stone
makes sense for the facade. It is articulated horizontally in alternating thick and thin bands, giving it the impression of stacked stone although it's still
makes sense for the facade. It is articulated horizontally in alternating thick and thin bands, giving it the impression of stacked stone although it's still
“aluminum panels” — shawntrujillo
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