16 no drilling required Mediterranean Bedroom Design Photos

Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks1,860
Questions5
having to drill a bunch of holes in the ceiling
ceiling required a new structural beam for support. Like the rest of the additions to the home, it's unapologetically modern.
“Beautiful design” — Maria Rojas
Tiffany Farha Design
12th Street Project
Ideabooks234
Questions4
that were drilled and wired.
“bed” — jallcroft
Susan Manrao Design
4 Reviews
Weyburn. Bedroom
Ideabooks8,001
Questions10
arturo !! Drill bit taylor
“Wood finish...” — tranh2
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Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks1,558
Questions1
ceiling required a new structural beam for support. Like the rest of the additions to the home, it's unapologetically modern. All the original beams in this guest bedroom were stained and sealed to emphasise the home's architecture. Neutral materials and earth tones work well with the modern clean lined
“study table” — obnovitel
Rama
ramaananth
Ideabooks145
Questions1
would require great precision. Great work anyways!
“Maggie room” — mariatomaszewski
Mediterranean Bedroom
Ideabooks13,051
Questions17
doesn't require a skirt, you can skip this step, though you may want to invest in a box-spring cover if your box spring is exposed. If you're using a bed skirt, center it in place, making sure the edges are even at the foot and sides. Use unobtrusive pins to anchor it in place.
“Bedding” — oohlaladecor
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Ideabooks14,327
Questions11
on our requirements.
“Fl” — lks49
Godden Sudik Architects Inc
3 Reviews
Awarded Designs
Ideabooks646
Questions3
Code requires that we get a certain R-Value of insulation in the exterior walls and that depth of insulation requires a 2x6 wall. The added benefit of using 2x6 walls gives a deeper look to the window jamb. If this is what you are looking for I would suggest 2x6 walls. We have sometimes even framed
“Floor” — Patty Mimmack
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