4 custom built in beds with integrated nightstand Modern Dining Design Photos

University PlaceStudioLAB, LLC
kitchen with integrated appliances and ample storage sits over the location of an existing bathroom. When privacy is necessary the living room can be closed off from the rest of the upper floor through a set of custom pivot-sliding doors to create a separate space used for a guest room or for some quiet reading
with a bed, changing room, walk-in closet, desk and bathroom is located on the lower floor. A light blue accent wall behind the bed adds a touch of calming warmth that contrasts with the white walls and floor.
like the built ins with NO hardware
Harris DiningHugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
table built. Hugh can you give me the contact info to have this done?
the more integrity the ingredients should have. By the same token, a minimalist room has so few distractions that every object in it will attract heightened attention. Invest in the best quality of furniture and accessories your budget can stand — and because you won't be buying in great quantity, you might
campaign beds not only hold their own in quality, but their simple, timeless design means they'll never fall out of fashion. Furnishings such as these prove that minimalism doesn't always translate to modernism; it's a broad approach rather than a prescribed set of style rules
the more integrity the ingredients should have. By the same token, a minimalist room has so few distractions that every object in it will attract heightened attention. Invest in the best quality of furniture and accessories your budget can stand — and because you won't be buying in great quantity, you might
Modern Laguna Beach ResidencePhilip Nimmo Design
wine wall and integrated dinign room with living room
susan built into dining table.
This is a custom-made wall.
This is a custom-made fireplace.
Wine rack built in...master bed look
J Design Group Interior Designers - Miami Beach - South BeachJ Design Group - Interior Designers Miami - Modern
table was custom designed, produced and installed by the Miami Wall Unit Group, a company that knows how to incorporate furniture into tight spaces. “The island is used for dining and doing work,” the designer says. “The family can eat at the table, and for other purposes that they choose, it also becomes
king-sized bed appointed in white with a beige pillow. Above is a rectangular framed painting absent of bright color but for yellow. To perk up the room and accentuate the yellow, Corredor added a red swivel chair, which plays off of the hanging pendant lamps in red glass. “We are in Miami and with an all-white
Trundle beds with white side tables and lamps with glass shades on pedestals from WestElm. The walls are off white so the designer added a sassy green stripe to jazz it up. “This room is different from what you would expect,” says Corredor. “I wanted the stripe across the wall to add both color and design
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