17,431 fix it up Modern Home Design Photos

FORMA Design
21 Reviews
FORMA Design
change the bedroom floor and fix up the bathroom a bit to make it more spa like....lighting, mirrors, tub
“I like the chair it's cool” — bcarter333
3 Reviews
Contemporary Rowhouse
fixed window set up
Green Greenberg Green House
You want to confirm that no red flags pop up as you go through this part of the process. Generally you are looking for
Like the full height sliding doors to open a space up
Worst of all, that client now has to pay the second contractor extra to fix up all the mistakes caused by the first one, to the tune of more than $30,000
000. Not to mention, there’s the time and hassle of having to find and fix all the problems. All of this basically wiped out any savings over a more expensive
deliver your project far outweighs the apparent cost savings of a cheap bid up front.” — Jeffrey VefferWhether you’re planning to hire a contractor soon
Love the grass up to the interior
“steel support beam” — mrinal4chcs
Christopher's Baths & Kitchens
11 Reviews
Ultra Modern Materials
Oh I think that if I fixed it up a bit it would be perfect
“colors” — Nicole Osmundson
man could cook in it (if I could get my man to cook in my kitchen, I'd fix it up however he wanted!
“Cabinet hardware” — joelc91803
Specht Harpman Architects
4 Reviews
New Canaan Residence
end of the project to fix the poor job done by the initial subcontractors, who wouldn’t come back to fix areas that weren’t up to standard. It cost the
the end of the project to fix the poor job done by the initial tradies, who wouldn’t come back to fix areas that weren’t up to standard. It cost the client
uneven.Contract administration can be accessed on a fixed fee or an hourly basis. Expect to budget up to 5 per cent of your construction cost to this for
difficult to get the person back onsite to fix those mistakes. Plus, it’s costly for new contractors to fix another’s mistakes. We had one client who didn’t
“Wow” — njdwolf
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Windows
We are looking for a window unit with a large upper fixed lite and small lower awning lite to be used as south-facing passive solar
architect designing a house for myself. Contractors keep trying to talk me into fixed windows. I think storefront looks much better.
Yes. Venting is the reason. The condo is on a hill and the breezes come Up and in. Also, an added benefit is to keep Site lines open and clear. But
along the floor that open up for air flow
Large upper fixed glass with small lower awning. This way the mullions don't obscure the view
the breezes; higher windows at the back of the room draw the air through, up and out. The large, uninterrupted panes of glass keep the views open.
low set windows with fixed glass above
“Windows” — jayembee
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Fairfield House
I'd love to see a close up picture of the wood bench and the way it was anchored if possible. Thanks
Love the space! How high is the step up to the towel area, and what is the depth of the shower? Was it raised to simplify
Do you notice any wiggle in the fixed glass panel, or is it pretty sturdy? thanks!
the idea behind it? Does having the frosted glass panel after the window fix the silhouette problem?
The step up to the towel are is 6", the step down to the shower is roughly 4" then slopes
Like the set up of one fixed shower, and the hand held. Also like the bench being within reach of
This great looking shower features both a fixed bench in front of the window and a movable bench just outside the shower
“bagno cieco” — casondra
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