64 outlet Hall Design Photos

Becker Architects Limited
21 Reviews
mud room addition
Outlets for chargers, shelves above for agendas & papers
Electrical outlet. Great for charging iPhones.
Ohh, I like that there is an outlet in the cubbies to charge electronics
Electrical outlet for charging electronic devices. Add to drop zone?
outlet in ever cubbie for charging elecronics
Built-in outlets for charging
Outlets for phones! Genius
outlet in cabbies...Electrical outlet...Electrical Outlets...Outlet in cubby...outlet for charging...outlet in cubbies...Outlets in cubby?...Outlets in shelves
“Detail info with pic 15-18" cubbies” — pdxgen
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Baseboards. Also note the electric outlets.
I like the location of the outlets
hmmm...outlets in the base board
Baseboard outlets
“Cool hallway” — olivka99
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Belcaro Modern
Baseboards - high and outlets in baseboard
Simple white wood baseboards with the outlets on top of them
love the baseboars and the outlets on them
electrical outlets
“Baseboard” — Cyndi Nicholson
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DHR Architecture
Chateau Fermier
Like the stained baseboards and black outlets
outlet in the baseboard
“hallway layout” — jlsc123design
Becker Architects Limited
21 Reviews
electric outlet in cubbies
outlet in top cubbie?
“Need to include hanger rod” — oatland
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
View from front entry hall through kitchen and into the back entry
Outlet placement.
“I like the shape of the front door. Maybe i would make it a double.” — Jan Lei
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Classic San Francisco
electrical outlet
“staircase seat” — nursakina
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
for their purpose. They take away valuable wall space that can be used for wall mounted items, and trust me, no one wants triple light switches and outlets lined up in single boxes. Pocket doors are not safe for the disabled, and most of the ones here arguing vehemently FOR them are also hawking someone's
“Pocket door for small room” — maguasantos
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