19,042 Built in traditional bunkbeds Living Design Photos

Elizabeth Drake of Drake Interiors Limited
6 Reviews
Cape Cod Gal
Ideabooks609
Questions4
white built ins
“Couch” — mazeplum
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Great Room
Ideabooks4,696
Questions11
cabinets instead of built ins
“furniture placement” — woodward1234
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2013 Luxury Home-Inver Grove Heights
Ideabooks9,912
Questions12
This mantle was built by our custom cabinetry shop so I believe they used one of their simple cove molding.
“fireplace and floor ( oatmeal stout stain and amber satin finish)” — anitaiacus
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
Ideabooks5,310
Questions10
The window is original to the house, which was built in 1905.
“Door” — woogies3
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
Ideabooks140K
Questions92
with my tan 12" tiles with a wood mantel and tile going down the sides, that are 2'' squares with a deeper brown color. got any suggestions? This is built in gas fireplace that is already installed, the design is not the great.
“Accent wall color for living room?” — meganwindsor85
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Tineke triggs
Ideabooks1,964
Questions6
healthier and cheaper. While you are at the market, also scoop up a few natural cleaning products. Most on the market now work just as well as traditional cleaners and smell much better. Want to really pinch pennies? Some people swear that baking soda and vinegar can clean just about anything. For bonus
This might be better than built in seating in living room bay window
“swivel” — cortedelbayo
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks16,660
Questions11
wide opening, built in sliding screens, large glass with french door look, be sure to consider the track … can it be lowered?
“Yard” — kself5
Randall Mars Architects
5 Reviews
Randall Mars
Ideabooks30,886
Questions8
Is that a cold plate built into the bar? If so, where did you purchase?
Popular living rooms came in a wide variety of styles, from very traditional to very modern. Most living spaces had a neutral palette with just a few splashes of color, like this Washington, D.C., living room. Its strong,
“Garage” — ghaggarty
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