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Envi Interior Design Studio
The Bon Ton Loft
Ideabooks4,312
Questions3
In wood-framed structures, holes are drilled through wood studs and the electrical wire is pulled through. Nail plates are added on the outside of the
“The accent wall paint.” — lululyme
Saus Design
Sumatrastraat
Ideabooks3,716
Questions5
is particularly good for people who don’t want to go to the trouble of drilling into or hanging things from walls. Just leave some washi tape within arm’s
“chair” — memohuerta87
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Great use for the upper floor of a garage
Ideabooks13,621
Questions7
and what they were used for, some vintage sinks don't actually have holes drilled into them for plumbing fixtures. Take note — this will add to the overall
“base for sink” — Susan Laidlaw
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
family room
Ideabooks6,396
Questions4
like your printer and scanner. You can create wire holes with an electric drill.
“Shelves” — karaarcher
CM Glover
1 Review
Little Pincushion Studio
Ideabooks1,967
Questions1
Cool area for sewing machines. Should drill so cords aren't all over.
“Sewing” — joannie71
Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
Mercedes Corbell
Ideabooks4,239
Questions3
Closet desk is 36" deep; could be 24". Used hollow core door with hole drilled for knob, used for cords.
“layout, safe on the side” — snozik
Erika Bierman Photography
7 Reviews
Kelly Edwards for Teen Project
Ideabooks6,943
Questions5
Yes. Yes to everything. Love the three lights...clipped on the ends and drilled-through for the middle.
“Lights” — debsfrank
Williams-Sonoma Home
1 Review
Williams-Sonoma Home
Ideabooks1,645
Questions2
(and it is not an antique), it is well worth getting your handyperson to drill a hole in the back corner of the desktop to keep electrical cords neat and
(and it is not an antique), it is well worth getting your handyperson to drill a hole in the back corner of the desktop to keep electrical cords neat and
“Color combo” — mmmoller
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