27,136 Built in traditional bunkbeds Kitchen Design Photos

Leveland Homes
6 Reviews
Ranchland Hills
Ideabooks219
Questions1
Island and built in cabinet behind it.
“too dark” — annacl00
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Musical Whimsy in Bellingham
Ideabooks159
Questions1
The kitchen combines vintage cabinetry and freestanding finds with new built-ins. The wainscoting is cedar.The homeowners found the trough sink at the Northwest Tub Company in Centralia, Washington, and paired it with an antique faucet. Breskin's collection of rainbow-colored glass lights up both sides
“Colored glass in front of window” — leighmcgee
LandMark Photography
4 Reviews
Edina Residence
Ideabooks90
Questions2
Built out wall with fridge and double ovens
“I like the backsplash and the pattern behind the stove” — lauraalbrecht1
Heaton Dainard
west seattle rehab project
Ideabooks141
Questions0
built-in bench
“Kichens” — marshallplan
catlin stothers design
15 Reviews
c a t l i n s t o t h e r s
Ideabooks738
Questions3
This project involved a complete overhaul of a very traditional three storey home in midtown Toronto. The owners asked for a radical transformation that would leave them, and visitors, in awe from the moment they stepped inside. Their mandate: modern, white, a bit of whimsy, and lots of storage.
built-in sink
“Fireplace surround” — pgcarpet
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks481
Questions0
Color of wood floors/cabinets...style not too modern or too traditional
Built in table desk
“possible 1/2 wall to divide room” — tuolumne5
Citation Kitchens
9 Reviews
Vancouver 6
Ideabooks344
Questions2
chairs. We made provisions for the puck lights and ran the wires through one of the metal stancions going to the ceiling. The rack was designed and built by our company.
“Like” — jstoops25
Suiter Construction Company, Inc.
1 Review
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Ideabooks172
Questions1
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
“Layout?” — Abbie Beard
Do bunkbeds take up visual space?
Or would the space saved on the floor create more space? It would be in a small room -- 10x12 kid's room -- and partly cover the windows (three long...
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