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Laidlaw Schultz architects
Master bedroom
Ideabooks8,066
Questions13
The finished opening is then sized to account for the reduced clearance.
room to mount the pull and allow for someone in a wheelchair or walker to open and close the door more easily. The finished opening is then sized to account for the reduced clearance.
room to mount the pull and allow for someone in a wheelchair or walker to open and close the door more easily. The finished opening is then sized to account for the reduced clearance.
“Color of floor” — ericasally
ID by Gwen
13 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks300K
Questions82
Did you have to raise the floor at all to account for the area where the hop mop material folds over from the sunken floor to the regular floor to avoid a small "hump" where the bathroom floor tile
this design on my shower floor. I have 46 inch by 46 inch approx. What do I use for the border a bullnose or would the tile 12 by 24 need to be cut? I plan on using the mosaic 1.25 x 4 inch (12 inch by 12 inch sheets) inside the border. My concern with the border is it could be sharp if my contractor
over the space. I am design my shower area very similar with 60" opening, and I want to put a glass 30" to protect the main area, would it be enough? what is the guide line for this type of walkin shower? thanks.
“Epoxy grout?” — drakescakes
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
mid-century [re]modern
Ideabooks4,759
Questions6
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looks nice and is totally similar to the cement flooring at the studio, except this is matte finish and my'n is a high gloss. This would also be fine running throughout the halls but it is not my first choice. It feels really cold to me.
“Wood edge on the laminet” — bsonny99
Hammer Architects
6 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Addition, Truro
Ideabooks463
Questions0
Hammer Architects is clearly taking the cold winters into account in their addition by minimizing the size of openings on certain exposures. In an environment of natural beauty and extreme cold, houses must balance
Hammer Architects is clearly taking the cold winters into account in their addition by minimizing the size of openings on certain exposures. In an environment of natural beauty and extreme cold, houses must balance the desire for both views and warmth.
“Entry/south side is quiet, minimised windows but not too austere” — Laney Clancy
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Living room
Ideabooks11,370
Questions7
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“club de toby” — anagordillo5709
Design By Lisa
7 Reviews
Mid-Century Butler's Pantry
Ideabooks8,859
Questions7
could keep my cabinets and get this tile
same shape as my smallish kitchen
There's something warm and cozy about this kitchen. ...can't quite place my finger on what exactly I like. I do like the backsplash, but not in those colors
“clean...” — Ryan Chittick
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Ideabooks3,750
Questions10
We could drop the last 48" of my island down and make the current top area cabinets.
same needs. Karen and her daughter, also a wheelchair user, have different arm-reach lengths and different torso heights, so we took their needs into account," says Sundstrom.Although some may disagree with the cooktop placement and its lack of undersurface knee space, Sundstrom stands by the placement.
“I like the two level island, this would be perfect for prep area for Troy.” — Linda Irvine
Studio S Squared Architecture, Inc.
40 Reviews
Michelow Residence
Ideabooks173
Questions1
This is the spec: http://www.heatnglo.com/products/twilight-ii-gas-fireplace.aspx
“Almost everything I want in the exterior of a home” — tedd01
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