7 television lift Midcentury Dining Design Photos

Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
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This view from the kitchen shows the true height of the space. The feature wall behind the television helps accentuate the ceiling height and serves as a focal point in the room, making the TV look almost like a fireplace. "Choosing lighting was a difficult task, as it's a huge factor in setting the
“Fireplace and sofa” — Carmen Cardoza
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A twist to a traditional dining area
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to serve many functions. “My client wanted a space where one person could be reading, another could be working on a laptop while another watched television," Kristen says. "I integrated the banquette so that it could serve as place to seat diners as well as a comfortable spot for someone who wanted to
“chair color” — alicetell
Jeffers Design Group
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Caterpillar House
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Lift & Slide Doors
“Windows/doors for back of house” — vaetjcloos
FINNE Architects
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Lake Forest Park Renovation
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exterior door budget for a 3000 SF house is usually between $100-$125K. The exterior door number can go higher depending on the number of oversized glass "lift-slide" doors, which are quite expensive. A custom front door can be anywhere from $4K to $10K.
“terrazzo color” — dserim
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Stolp
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Love the television console, where was it purchased. Thanx.
Love the television cabinet, where was it purchased? Perfect for what I need.
Top television
“Hey..” — pbrin
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Stolp
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pictures about the television, black frame, black matte, thin white border, black border, black and white photo
“Dark floor” — dserim
Sean Gaston
Cal Modern Ranch Dining Room to Kitchen
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Dramatic restored tounge and grooved vaulted wood ceiling painted out in white in dining room. Lifts spaces and adds a wonderful reflective quality. Entry to kitchen was once a small door....now much taller and wider. Creates generous flow and connection. A fantastic great room. Photos: Liz Rusby
“Buffet” — joannnesvig
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