87 Refurbishment Hall Design Photos

Designing Solutions
56 Reviews
Bethesda Photoshoot
Ideabooks602
Questions1
refurbishing a rocking chair
“to paint wall by the first floor bathroom red like this?” — billioso
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Modern Minneapolis Ranch
Ideabooks414
Questions0
good for limited space, good use of refurbished old doors and nice built in book shelves
“Sliding door” — oliverbarnes
Imagine Living
Art Deco Miami Style
Ideabooks4,165
Questions4
“See wall lamp.” — Eyapher Musa
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Leon Smith Architects
House Refurbishment, Bangor
Ideabooks35
Questions0
House Refurbishment, Bangor
“Old and new” — meganpat
Winder Gibson Architects
El Camino Del Mar Hall
Ideabooks229
Questions0
the anchor around which the complete interior rebuild of this Sea Cliff home was configures. We adjusted the plan to meet the scale and flow these refurbished public areas. In keeping with the classic facade, the Hollywood Regency look was brought to the family room, library and carried through the master
“Primer” — jovanka_fn
Plexwood
Villa Polder, Gemert
Ideabooks200
Questions0
Plexwood - Pine/Ocoumé is used for the wall cladding, integrated staircases, and cabinets and closets in this refurbished monumental loft. Design by Denkkamer, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Photos taken by Kuppens Fotografie, Gemert, The Netherlands
“Shelves” — romo2704
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Bastrop County Plantation House
Ideabooks3,184
Questions2
of a c.1850's plantation house with a compatible addition, pool, pool house, and outdoor kitchen pavilion; project includes historic finishes, refurbished vintage light and plumbing fixtures, antique furniture, custom cabinetry and millwork, encaustic tile, new and vintage reproduction appliances, and
“X” — regiii
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
Ideabooks476
Questions1
the barn that once was. Franklin discovered the pot-belly stove in pieces buried around the property. While they were covered in mud, Franklin refurbished each part and reassembled the stove for a handsome reminder of the home's history. The triptych above the console table appropriately displays original
the barn that once was. Franklin discovered the potbelly stove buried in pieces around the property. The parts were covered in mud, but Franklin refurbished each piece and reassembled the stove for a handsome reminder of the home’s history. The triptych above the console table displays original drawings
“flooring” — vfox001
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