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Jen Chu Design
Real World Portland
How about fixing Marjorie's case to the hallway wall?
Suit case shelf...Instrument cases as shelved...Cases on wall and muralgn
I have the same cases and like there grouping.
Nice suite cases
My Houzz: Joanna Madden
Suit cases can be used for storage, how about Xmas decorations.
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
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Fabrizia Frezza Architecture & Interiors
Capri Palace Hotel, Anacapri - Italy
suit case to elevator
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
What size of casing is used on these doors? I am looking for the width and thickness of the boards used to make this casing. Thanks,
This is all flat casing with 5 1/2" head casing and 4 1/4" side casing. The head is typically biscuit jointed to the side casings, glued and screwed
painted. The bookcase on the right side of the hallway does have a head casing which is on the wall/beam, but it doesn't go up to the break in the ceiling
Hello, Typically our builders like to butt the joints for window and door casings, but they do use a biscuit to help keep the joint stable. I wouldn't call
These are flush 4 1/2" side and 5 1/2" head casings -- flush with the baseboard too (7/14"). They are from 1x poplar which
Warmington & North
Does the door casing have "real" square edge like
Love this - Dimensions of the door and window casings please? Thanks!
if we are talking about exterior or interior. Exterior you also have the casing, brick molding and mullions "lattice" for the screw holes in the jams as
company has their own name, this is just a flat board with a bevel. The term casing is just a general term, you obviously knew that before the first response
simple cased opening finished in stained wood
like the dark casing on the inside. maybe for family room areaa
Like the wood case openings. flush to the room.
casings on doorways, no trim...door casing...cased openings...Casing in doorway...door casing reflects light nicely...Stain trim at cased opening
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
Can you show me a window that was cased out on this project
doorways that don't have doors but for doorways that have doors, how far is the casing set back from the door? In other words, when the baseboard approaches the
the door and it's turned on itself, does that result in having to set the casing as much as 1/2" from the door leaving the doorframe exposed 1/2", instead
for example), in which case we try to keep doors consistent within an area or floor. For this project, the typical door height/cased opening is 8'-0". Thanks
Hi - that is a great observation. We did step the casing back from the jamb to allow the base to wrap back into the doorway and be
windows cased out on this project...Love the baseboards and casings that