363 one piece toilet Hall Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Larkin Street Residence
Ideabooks1,932
Questions4
Reveal The reveal is a classic modern detail. One example is when the base trim is set flush with the plane of the drywall above, but it's separated by a gap — or reveal — between it and the drywall. This detail is classically modern in that each piece is articulated while existing in the same plane
plane, or flush. And it's functional, as the base trim is a more durable material to hold up to toe kicks and the like. While this is one really sweet and simple little detail, it takes a bit of work.
RevealThe reveal is a classic modern detail. One example is when the base trim is set flush with the plane of the drywall above, but it's separated by a gap — or reveal — between it and the drywall. This detail is classically modern in that each piece is articulated while existing in the same plane
“Baseboard” — housemother
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Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
My Houzz: Modern Home
Ideabooks155
Questions0
Although Pam loves to collect and buy art, the piece in the foyer is one of her own. When she lived in Los Angeles, she took a summer art course with Susan Manders and was asked to paint a self-portrait. Taking
collect and buy art, the piece in the foyer is one of her own. When she lived in Los Angeles, she took a summer art course with Susan Manders and was asked to paint a self-portrait. Taking her inspiration from her favorite artist, Cynthia Colis, and her Kiss series, Pam painted this piece of art, titled Kiss
Although Pam loves to collect and buy art, the piece in the foyer is one of her own. When she lived in Los Angeles, she took a summer art course with Susan Manders and was asked to paint a self-portrait. Taking her inspiration from her favorite artist, Cynthia Colis, and her “Kiss” series, Pam painted
“Stairway decor” — Steven Siegismund
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Peter Hassler
Ideabooks1,358
Questions3
Maybe a railing down one wall and lighting opposite
Include as one or two of "door shelves" for Rachel's bathroom
shelf for narrow hall better than hanging every piece of art
“shelf for narrow hall better than hanging every piece of art”
art. “We are bursting at the seams with art," says Hassler. Hiuni teaches art, and many of the pieces on display are from his students. The couple intentionally built more places to display their unique pieces.Shelf: Ikea
“Side of picture rail for instructions” — erinkissane
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Jennifer and Chris
Ideabooks1,491
Questions1
for tying one’s shoes. The entry reflects the design compromises the McCormicks made upon moving in together. The result is eclectic harmony.
too cluttered but I like pieces
of Portland; a vintage pennant tops a mirror. A dresser provides plenty of landing-strip storage, while a quirky chair offers a great spot for tying one’s shoes. The entry reflects the design compromises the McCormicks made upon moving in together. The result is eclectic harmony.
Make one room a fun room slash office/computer room
of Portland; a vintage pennant tops a mirror. A dresser provides plenty of landing-strip storage, while a quirky chair offers a great spot for tying one’s shoes. The entry reflects the design compromises the McCormicks made upon moving in together. The result is eclectic harmony.See the rest of this house
“Picture Wall” — ecamp31
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks1,529
Questions4
Those were salvaged from the original house. We often advise people to go to salvage yards, where there are a great deal of gems to be found. One local source is Vermont Salvage in White River Junction, Vermont.
another cut out but this one seems too tight/not enough light coming through, especially going down the stairs
“The walls above the natural fir wainscoting are painted Benjamin Moore HC-8 (Historic Color) - Dorse” — katwellen
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Hallway with Kids Artwork Displayed
Ideabooks7,394
Questions4
each family member. This enforces the idea of “a place for everything and everything in its place.” This simple habit of hanging one’s coat and backpack and taking off one’s shoes in a specific spot is powerful.
Coming and going. Finally, and this may be the most important one, every family needs systems for entering and exiting the house. Every member should have a home for his coat, shoes, hat and gloves, backpack or purse
we floated in the air, and in others we were lined up neatly: Paul, me, Christopher and Lydia and then, when she came, Eden. One thing that was consistent in every single one is that we all wore enormous smiles. In those portraits nothing got us down.My friend Jane, who was helping me declutter, said
“Picture kids artwork” — sephrina3
Arch Studio, Inc.
13 Reviews
Mud Room
Ideabooks2,334
Questions4
Hello, did you use Cottonballs paint color on the bench? Also, who constructed this piece for you? Beautiful.
Thank you and, yest, it is also painted BM Cotton Balls in a semi-gloss finish. This piece was built by a woodworker on site from my drawings.
Nice and simple.i like the flooring color. Bench should be a storage piece too
like the idea of bench at top of stairs, maybe one that wraps around the bigger corner
Have a long on one side and one small cabinet on other, on wall, above.
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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks4,391
Questions10
Looking for a similar wainscot panel cap. Is this one piece or two? If two pieces, can you please provide the sizes? Thank you
The large green piece of art, who is the artist? Can anyone provide info on this? LOVE IT
stewart at home depot. I must have tried 12 different paint samples before getting the right one. I used regular white for the baseboard. My home has identical floors etc...
“Colors” — Amy Tobias
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