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Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks26,956
Questions13
Put a similar door on a barn track and no doors on closet- make the whole room walk in closet.
my favorite thing to do with that closet in guestroom would be to knock out the top bits of walling and be able to put something
something like this in. even if it was smaller andthe piping was still closet.
turn-of-the-century homes, they've become more common because of their space-saving construction. Unlike sliding doors, pocket doors actually slide into the wall, rather than along the side of it. 3. Folding doors (usually in a bi-fold form) fold in on either side, and are usually used in closets, laundry rooms
“Put a similar door on a barn track and no doors on closet- make the whole room walk in closet.” — normapaulmert
Touzet Studio
Modern Scientist Residence
Ideabooks1,322
Questions2
I love all your designs! Could you tell me who manufactures the closet doors?
Closets Flat ceilings with 5" chrome cans
Love the closet facing and suspended ceiling...our bedroom
Closet doors...Wood doors, closets...Pared closet...closet doors
“panels for our great wall” — trhassenger
wUNDERground
1 Review
Icehouse Loft
Ideabooks1,217
Questions7
Free standing closets as room divider
free standing coat closet and curved ceiling
divider closet out of metal mesh
give people a plush place from which to watch television. A new two-sided storage unit (one side holds audiovisual equipment; the other acts as a coat closet) was made more interesting with the addition of fabric panels.A console and two lamps act as a visual divider between the spaces.“The thing that’s
“two living areas in one room” — skase
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2011 Showcase - Hillside Retreat
Ideabooks32,139
Questions8
A European-California influenced Custom Home sits on a hill side with an incredible sunset view of Saratoga Lake. This exterior is finished with reclaimed Cypress, Stucco and Stone. While inside, the gourmet kitchen, dining and living areas, custom office/lounge and Witt designed and built yoga studio
studio create a perfect space for entertaining and relaxation. Nestle in the sun soaked veranda or unwind in the spa-like master bath; this home has it all. Photos by Randall Perry Photography.
Children love the idea of a secret closet!
Cool secret room. Maybe use this type of door to closet
“Hidden door” — serenasbs
Backwoods Compatible
Basement Home Theater
Ideabooks2,362
Questions3
very cool entrance to a home theatre.
Basement Home Theater
Storage and closet...Sliding closet door...Closet door...Closet doors...Home Depot.
“Door” — sherryrj
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
Ideabooks1,099
Questions2
The ceiling is made of inexpensive cedar, the kind usually used to line closets. “It smells wonderful,
Ceiling covered with Cedar for closets
where it is handled.” The ceiling is made of inexpensive cedar, the kind usually used to line closets. “It smells wonderful,”
inexpensive cedar ceilings, used to line closets
The ceiling is made of inexpensive cedar, the kind usually used to line closets. “It smells wonderful,”
reacted to the human touch, growing shiny over time where it is handled.” The ceiling is made of inexpensive cedar, the kind usually used to line closets. “It smells wonderful,” Sherman says. Gray painted wood, salvaged from the house during demolition, brackets metal pieces and acts as support beams
“Woood” — James Simmons
John Senhauser Architects
1 Review
Tucson Residence Kitchen
Ideabooks1,683
Questions3
for their new Tucson home. Our scope of work progressively expanded into interior architecture and detailing, including the kitchen, baths, fireplaces, stair, custom millwork, doors, guardrails, and lighting for the residence – essentially everything except the furniture. The home is loosely defined
Idea for closet look in mud room
Frosted glass on the closet doors
“Sofa” — tdean02
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Salon with Custom Plaster Ceiling
Ideabooks86,652
Questions40
This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
into a home with an open floor plan and modern amenities for entertaining and family living, incorporating vintage details from the original property whenever possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office
office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is flooded with natural light from a glass laylight roof. The first level includes a formal entry with rich wood and marble finishes, a walnut-paneled
“Ceiling & wall color” — kubareka
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