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door to block sound from laundry room
serves to block the view of the garage door.
floor dark counter
Seattle Custom Home Builder & Remodeler
Best of Houzz 2013
Best of Houzz 2013
Joe Schmelzer, Inc. dba Treasurbite Studio, Inc.
Man Cave Home Office
AFTER basement room, concrete blocks holding
cement blocks with drywall and built seating and bookcases above them. The ductwork is now housed in a storage area behind the bookcase. The marlin painting is by Butler's sister-in-law.
top of counter
I'm just wondering if you use that countertop as a butcher block, or treat it more like furniture top? I guess I'm wondering how it's finished and maintained. Either way, it's lovely. Thank you!
The butcher block is used as a counter top only - it is not food safe. It has been treated with oils and beeswax so cleanup is a breeze. The cutout from the gas cook top was made into a large butcher block (2 1/2 x 2 feet) which was finished with a different product that is food safe and that sits
on my counter. See enclosed picture.
pullout counter top so knees can go under
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Captain's Residence: Small Desk Area
kitchen counter is black granite with a leather or leathered finish the wood counter top is cherry.
sette blocks helped Union Studio conserve the architectural integrity of this Jamestown, Rhode Island, home during its renovation and addition.
Olive Audio Visual
Home Office with Crestron Control
desk with drawer blocks
COOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
& back counter w/window look
don't block beauty of thecdesk
Contrasting counter tops
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
Real Estate photography in he Bay Area SF
we do a counter with bar stools on the living room side of the kitchen cut out.
but on blocking and avoiding unpleasant ones. Proper site design takes into consideration the neighboring property conditions and should provide privacy, safety and a sense of independence for your home.