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Elad Gonen
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hall
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hallway. How much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. LED light 13 watt=60 watt incandescent bulb. Use dimmers if possible to be able to control amount of light.
do the math: get the square footage of the space to light; multiply by 1.5 to get the wattage necessary --check equivalents for CFL and LEDs
exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s i
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks5,234
Questions7
Yes, simple flat stock painted poplar, but the head casing is 5 1/2" and the side casing is 4 1/4", while the baseboard is 7 1/4" tall.
This is a standard 1 x 8 poplar, which finishes out at 3/4" x 7 1/4".
baseboards This is a standard 1 x 8 poplar, which finishes out at 3/4" x 7 1/4".
7 1/4" baseboard. Better for higher ceilings. But this is just a flat squared look.
baseboards - flat stock; 5 1/4" high
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks10,038
Questions16
From the picture it is tough to see how the door frame was trimmed out: 1. a)top corner cut the corners on a 45 angle? b) side trim from the floor to top of door trim on either side of the door with trim in between c)Top
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 is 3/4" thick. Hope that helps.
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 to help control any seasonal movement.
Hello, This baseboard trim is from a 1 x 8 poplar and finishes out to 7 1/4" tall. Hope that helps!
base 514 head 41/4 sides with 1x8popular
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Summer Lake House
Ideabooks5,616
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The baseboard is from a 1x8, so it finishes out to be 7 1/4" tall. The door trim is 4 1/4" wide. Glad to help such a youthful looking fan!
This is painted poplar trim with 4 1/4" side casing and head casings, 7 1/4" baseboard and all 3/4" thick. Glad you like it!
Glad you like it! The hallway is 3' - 7 1/2" wide.
These ceilings are 9' - 6 1/2" high.
straight cut, then biscuited, glued and screwed to minimize movement and telegraphing the joints. The baseboard is from a 1x8, so it finishes out to be 7 1/4" tall. The door trim is 4 1/4" wide. Glad to help such a youthful looking fan!
“trim” — Lady's Touch Homes
Deep River Partners
2 Reviews
Palm Desert Gallery
Ideabooks5,152
Questions2
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Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Hallway with Office Door Open
Ideabooks268
Questions4
It projects about 1/2" from the face of the plaster wall and is 1 1/2" wide. The tricky part of the detail is that the contractor has to cut the sheetrock tight to the door frame because there's only 1 1/2" of casing material to cover the frame (1") and the edge of the sheetrock (1/2"). Hope this helps
door trim DF (1x2 ish) with inset base boards.
“Thin trim” — Casa Verde Construction
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks4,013
Questions2
Great design of glass wall door. My questions: 1) who makes these sliding wall systems 2) can this type of wall system be installed in an existing wall with Arcadia doors to enlarge view. We have height and width. 3) What is the approximate cost--ball park.
Hi A general rule of thumb I read in a recent Houzz Idea book on these doors is That they cost $1,000/ft. at 8ft in height. More if they are taller. This seems about right. I don't have Easy access to those door prices I wrote of Previously. So this the best I can offer today. Thanks Cathy
the pocket system is as invisible as they come. Depending on the width of the opening and the number of door panels, these pockets can be quite thick (1 foot and up).
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Terri Symington, ASID
6 Reviews
Private Family Ranch Retreat
Ideabooks5,011
Questions11
use a 2-1/4" wide louver blade which gives it a much more upscale look than the traditional 1" louver blades found in commodity louver doors. Since we build to order, many of the details of the door can be customized at our standard pricing. The other door looks mighty similar to our V1 door, but
Very good question. There is a chance these are Supa Doors, which have as a standard beefy 2-1/4" louver blade. With the overlap, this leaves you with a nice solid looking 1-9/16" reveal. Regardless, if I were in your shoes, look for at least a 2" plus wide blades to get this look
but again can not be certain from the photos. I've attached a couple similar photos used at a 4 star resort hotel and a painted red V1 Door. TERRI - BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED HOME - KUDOS!!
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