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FINNE Architects
24 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks12,258
Questions5
I love building....seeing the Seagrass imbedded in the kitchen cabinet door is simply just mind blowing! What a creative man you are! We would love to have a design for a home with a hangar that isn't totally overwhelmed
More traditional exterior shape, but lots of windows open to woods, modern detailing
Bump out for closets and bathroom
master suite - light and airy, esp. bathroom
“windows” — zulaybolton
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks2,603
Questions6
space. We have an entry area in the bathroom for the cat to enter his bathroom located under the cabinet :) Our sleeping loft is 9' 5" long and 6' 8½" wide. Floor to ceiling height in the center of the loft is 3' 5". We built dormers to increase head room and promote ease of movement…the dormers were
currently living). There is also a cabinet found underneath the loft on the same side of the house as the bathroom where I store much of my camera equipment as well as our hanging clothes. We also built a space for the cat litter because we did not want to deal with the unpleasant smells in such a small space
11". Our kitchen and bathroom are found beneath the loft where the floor to support beam height is 6' 2". Our bathroom is very basic and contains a shower made out of an oak wine barrel cut in half. We also have a place for a composting toilet (though we have access to a bathroom where we are currently
“bozcaada” — owilde
Chioco Design
Front elevation
Ideabooks13,560
Questions11
Can you tell me about the wood specie used on cabinets? And if it is Veneer or solid wood? Thanks!
same for our master bathroom cabinets but they said they couldn't go over 48", and I'm trying to find an option that will work well with it for a very tall cabinet. You have some tall sections that are kind of what I need. BTW...love your design. Thanks for sharing.
The cabinets are quarter sawn walnut
Roof, simple porch, updated traditional look
Minimalist Traditional These first three houses resemble their predecessors mostly in a few details or in form, but are less specific in their articulation. Though this
“Love the curve” — semaximo
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Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks10,926
Questions11
I need ideas for storage in a tiny bathroom!
I just moved into a house near the beach with a very tiny bathroom for my guests. I need some clever solutions for hanging their bath & beach towels without cluttering the 5' W
I want to remove the cabinets above the bar in my kitchen .
Perhaps you can add a cabinet on the wall above the tub, or add a shelf above the door. They give you the extra space for towels without taking up valuable floor space.
“orange cushions on porch” — sylgreer
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,159
Questions5
I love the richness of cherry cabinets but I am afraid that they will make my kitchen look crowded. I have a u of cabinets with an island in the middle. Any ideas on whether I should go with cherry or with a lighter cabinet color, like natural
traditional engawa or central courtyard that you view, not necessarily enter
“sliding door” — lagarconne
Handsome Properties
2340 Bohicket Road
Ideabooks2,080
Questions3
walls, pocket doors, interior doors are 2” thick. Moulding and trim are everywhere, custom iron banisters and railings, marble bathrooms, astor mahogany built in shelves and cabinets in bedrooms, California closets in all rooms. Antique windows and custom appointments throughout the guest house. Two Ranai
walls, pocket doors, interior doors are 2” thick. Moulding and trim are everywhere, custom iron banisters and railings, marble bathrooms, astor mahogany built in shelves and cabinets in bedrooms, California closets in all rooms. Antique windows and custom appointments throughout the guest house. Two Ranai
“All” — kozakal
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Remodeled front entry
Ideabooks5,086
Questions8
Is it odd to have the entry to a bathroom on a wall that faces the back door entry to a house. We are thinking of moving the bathroom entry due to a kitchen remodel. there is a small open entry area into the house attached to the kitchen but the bathroom door would be across the entrance on the facing
would be the alternate for the bathroom door to open into. I the back entry is just the best place for the bathroom, be sure to put bomber hinges (spring hinge) on the door so it automatically pulls itself together. That way you and others won't see inside the bathroom if someone doesn't think to close
I've always been of the opinion that the door to a bathroom or powder room shouldn't be visible from any entry into the house. It's just never the view one wants from an exterior doorway. Sometimes it's a tough nut to crack but just keep noodling some sketches until you do.
“Door details” — cynthia2708
RTA Studio
13 Reviews
Brand New Bungalow
Ideabooks19,510
Questions15
Top doors are birch wood. Could I refinish the metal base cabinet doors? These are Youngstown kitchen cabinets, vintage 1961. Shirley s
Does the over garage room have a bathroom?
Does the over garage room have a bathroom? If so, does it require separate HVAC & Plumbing or is attached to main house?
I have metal kitchen cabinets.
“Extended roof” — Trista Kerber
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