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Aluminum Melamine Garage
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features durable aluminum shelf edge protectors, aluminum grill inserts in cabinet doors for ventilation, leveling legs, under-mounted LED cabinet lighting, and a mica counter top.
metallic grey powder. Here is a great link for information about how this flooring was done: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/how-to/intro/0,,20174654,00.html Our beautiful systems are installed in the Tri-State New York City Metro Areas of NY, NJ & CT. For more information and to schedule a free consultation
junk forever with these guides to decluttering and reorganizing the garage and basement. 20. Lose That Old Sports Equipment21. 6 Garage Organizing Tips That Really Work22. 8 Tips for a Supremely Organized Winter Garage23. 12 Tips for Supremely Organized Basement Storage
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Vicente Burin Architects
Vicente Burin Architects
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How would I get this house plan
where could I find these lights?
Can you send me the floor plan of the apartment and garage?
is there a floor plan ?
Those look like our 14" Drake Gooseneck Lights with the G22 gooseneck arm and galvanized finish. You can learn more about the product here: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/gooseneck-barn-lights/gooseneck-lighting/the-drake-gooseneck-light.html Hope that helps!
garage siding is pine. i'm not sure how the cedar will take the stain as it is naturally much more red/orange in color whereas pine is naturally very light
I like the lights on the barn
barn lights - drake gooseneck w/g22 gooseneck arm
“garage doors painted white” — 19shelly
Siemasko + Verbridge
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Shades of Gray
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years into a grand estate on one of the North Shore's best beaches. Siemasko + Verbridge designed a modest addition while reworking the entire floor plan to meet the needs of a large family. Photo Credit: Michael Rixon
What brand of lights are used
This looks like it could be added on to our existing house to gain more bedroom and bathroom space Would it be possible to see the 2nd floor floor plan?
supplying floor plans, etc. I am curious, do you have any photos of the upstairs you could share? If not, I understand.
Thanks for your question! This garage is 36'x28' which is about 1,000sq ft.
Designer Doors manufactured the garage doors for this project. http://www.designerdoors.com/Pages/index.html
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Murphy & Co. Design
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Highcroft Hunting Barn
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can you tell me what kind of light bulb you used?
I would like any details about the lights that you might find helpful for someone trying to recreate something similar to what you have. Thx
where are the light fixtures from and which brand are they?
Pendant Light featured here in Old Bronze: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighting/vintage-pendants/altamont-pendant-light-hudson-valley-vintage-lighting.html
The lights look like our Barn Light Cradle Pendants with a black finish http://www.barnlightelectric.com/pendant-lighting/barn-p
you design work for cabin homes in western Wisconsin, 1.5 hours from the Twin Cities?
Hi! @Shaferfamily6! Because this is a holophane pendant, the glass (or plastic, in some instances) has thin grooves that reflect and refract light to give it that bright, glowing appearance. Historically
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RJ Elder Design
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RJ Elder Design
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Would potentially be interested in the plans if you are interested in selling? Thanks
What size shade is the gooseneck light?
I am considering 2 standard warehouse gooseneck lights with the G15 arm and a shade of either 12" or 14" - to be placed on either
Where can I find the lights that are hanging above the garage doors?
Goodrich™ Sky Chief Porcelain Gooseneck Light with the G11 Gooseneck Arm in a dark finish, like the 150-Black or 650-Bronze: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/porcelain-lights-goosenecks-pendants/goodrich-gooseneck-lights/goodrich-sky-chief-porcelain-gooseneck-light.html While I don't have a picture of that
Lights over garage doors are different than typical but look great
I like the light idea over the doors
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BuilderFish
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Historic Leesburg Restoration and Custom Garage
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How much to purchase these plans? Approximate cost to build?
on multiple projects. Think of them as the Mercedes of roof manufacturers. http://www.englertinc.com/photogallery/project-types.html That particular roof was 26 gauge, 1" standing seam with hand combed finish, technical lingo for folding over by hand and crimping at the apex and not simply slapping
builder and the plans are intellectual property owned by the architect so technically not for sale. This garage was part of a larger project and cost over 200k.
I'm afraid not. We typically always have interior shots but didn't on this particular project for reasons I cannot recall. And plans are the i
on multiple projects. Think of them as the Mercedes of roof manufacturers. http://www.englertinc.com/photogallery/project-types.html That particular roof was 26 gauge, 1" standing seam with hand combed finish, technical lingo for folding over by hand and crimping at the apex and not simply slapping
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Siemasko + Verbridge
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Hideaway
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Are the plans available to view and purchase? Beautiful!
beautiful! Please share source of lights above garage
Great lights - could you please tell us where to buy them?
your inquiry. Unfortunately, the lights were purchased by the client so we don't know where they are from.
Thanks for your question Lanton1! The first floor garage area
Thanks! Unfortunately, the lights were purchased by the client so we don't know where they are from.
Beautiful doors, also nice copper lights above.
garage doors and lighting above doors
living over gargage, old lights, metal roof, flat french stucco
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Sanders Pace Architecture
Barrier Island House
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It's an Endicott brick, Norman size, Manganese Ironspot color. it's a 1/3 running bond pattern.
Operation: ball-bearing bottom edge (ball transfer), overhead curved L-shaped guide rail; a six-stage hydraulic cylinder along top-front wall pulls center panel forcing adjacent panels to stack as they slide along the guide rail. Close: pneumatic actuator pushes stacked panels against the front wall,
a middle-front wall pneumatic actuator pushes each panel towards center, a hydraulic beneath the front-floor guide groves lowers the front grove creating water-tight seal using the panel weight. Bracing the back of each panel are vertical steel rods that raise from floor and ceiling. The doors can handle
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