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577 swing bed Hall Design Photos
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
Southern Living Idea House
Love how these curtains swing out to the side and then swing back when closed
Curtains that swing out
Curtain swinging closed
Curtains on swing out bars
Swing rods...swing out curtain...Curtains swing out...swing arm
Lancaster County Timber Frames, Inc.
Repurposed Tobacco Barn-Honeybrook, PA
This area joins the gym area with the stairway with the sitting area and comes complete with a swing for the lofted area. The project was timber framed from the repurposed timbers of a tobacco barn and utilizes the stone and plank flooring throughout with aluminum ceiling sheets under Structural Insulated
price. I'm sorry, but the metal work looks very "made in China". The swing is a very nice touch though, and you did very nice stone work. Other than the pathetic iron work, I could totally live here. I love bridges, I love swings, I love fire places, I love the flooring all around, very nice kitchen
All the timber. Swing in the middle of the room.
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
PERFECTION WITH THESE BUILT IN RAILROAD LIKE BEDS... I WANT THEM FOR MYSELF.. LOVE, LOVE, THESE YOU ARE AN AMAZING DESIGNER. LOVE ALL THE EXTRA TOUCHES AND ADDITIONS THEY TRULY MAKE YOUR SPACES.. LOVE THESE.. SHONA CHRISTY
Where did the bedding come from?!
built in bed with loft above
yes!!! on the bunk beds
Cool idea to have these little private reading beds in a hallway. Good use of space
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Webber + Studio, Architects
bunk beds behind barn door in playroom
metal attachments if possible). Also, don't like how claustrophobic these beds would be.
Able to close off bunk beds for privacy
room for a bed nightstand and small dresser or armoire. no closet maybe? like the sliding barn door
Sliding Barn door to hide bunk beds in the wall.
This is a clever use of this space in several ways. Not only did the designer stick bunk beds in this little niche for more sleeping space, but he also chose a wood sliding door (which melds great with the natural wood beams) to hide it. A typical door would have had to open into the tight hallway,
Moonlight Ranch Residence
What do you like about this photo? Bed
Live the train themed bed!!!
Bunk bed as railcar!
Ethan's Bed...Train bed...Awesome wall bed...Interesting bed....Railroad car bed...What a bed!!...Cool bed!...Train car bed...Train bed!...Cool bed...The bed...bunk bed
sustainable prefab contemporary wood warm modular cool clean minimal cabinets
rooms, making them feel smaller instead of bigger. Door swingYou can usually choose between a right-hand or left-hand door swing when ordering or customizing a door. This will determine where the hinges and handles are, and which way the door swings when it opens and closes. Whichever side the handle is
door that has the handle on the right side when it opens toward you is a right-hand swing door. Ideally, a door should never open into a hall or corridor, so try to keep that in mind when choosing which way your door swings.
California Cape Cod
It is! Our dogs love it. We did custom foam beds and painted the walls a dark color, then hung photos of the dogs inside. Our friends love to stick their heads in and look at all the photos.
Dog bed under stairs (built in)
Great idea for a dog bed
Place for Riley's bed
built in dog bed. indoor
Under stairs office Dog bed space
under stairway make dogs beds
Dog bed...dog bed!...pet bed...Dog bed/house...like dog bed...pet bed