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Jennifer Pacca Interiors
Modern in Montvale
Various shades of blue were used to create this serene, modern space. Built in cabinetry house computer equipment, filing cabinets, and misc storage. The built in window seat also has fiiing cabinets below.
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Katherine: Westmount, QC
Photo: Esther Hershcovic © 2014 Houzz
Michael Robert Construction
Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Kitchen Desk
The desk area in the kitchen serves as a perfect spot to leave messages and important information. Magnetic primer and chalkboard paint make a great backsplash and the built-in cabinetry blend seamlessly with the rest of the kitchen. Photo by Mike Mroz of Michael Robert Construction
A basement renovation that meets a busy family's needs by providing designated areas for gaming, jamming, studying and entertaining. A comfortable and contemporary space that suits an active lifestyle. Stephani Buchman Photography www.stephanibuchmanphotgraphy.com
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Woodland Road West Office
Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors Build by John Kraemer & Sons Custom Builders Photography by Troy Theis Photo Styling by Shannon Gale
Scot Samuelson, AIA/NCARB
Photo taken by Tim Lee of the library which serves as a home office. File drawers below pencil drawers with book cases above. Light fixtures are from Circa Lighting. The room is 12'-6" wide by 16'-0" long with an 8' ceiling You can buy the construction drawings that were used to create this room which includes the detail drawings for the book cases for $450. Contact me at: s...More
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Simply Beautiful - Swedish Inspiration, Glen Ellyn, IL
Beatiful desk for planning family activities. Wall paper backsplash
Siemasko + Verbridge
This renovation project began with the screen doors. Warped and rotted, they needed replacing. From there, it evolved into a new kitchen, mudroom, reconfigured interior spaces, and a general spiffing up both inside and out. The result is a cohesive product, complete and requiring only regular maintenance. Photo Credit: Eric Roth