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Peter Rose Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Chancellor Boulevard House
Ideabooks5,307
Questions8
Door casings are 3/4" wide by 6" (actual 5 1/2")
The baseboard trim is 5/8" x 8" (actual size 7 1/2"). The depth of the baseboard trim should always be a bit narrower than the casings so they can be received by
really deep baseboard from the old farmhouses and the durability and washability they provide. Door frames currently have 4 and 5 inch solid painted pine with inserted 5/8 inch toppers. Thinking about scale and since roof is scissored cathedral, it will raise the sight lines up. Considering pine or
What is the profile of the door casings? it looks like it has an outer edge rather than just being a piece of 1x6? Also, is the baseboard a piece of 1x8?
Door color with medium wood floor
“like the contrast” — christieannesimonson
Faust Construction
10 Reviews
Shepherds Residence
Ideabooks2,349
Questions2
Firestone UNA CLAD with Medium Bronze Kynar finish
Firestone UNA CLAD with medium bronze Kynar finish
"Firestone UNA CLAD with Medium Bronze Kynar finish"
UNA CLAD metal; medium bronze kynar finish
siding color - Firestone UNA CLAD with medium Bronze Kynar finish
Firestone UNA CLAD with Medium Bronze Kynar finish is the corrugated metal siding
Like the siding, Firestone UNA CLAD with Medium Bronze Kynar finish
“panels” — beverleyannechadwick
Elad Gonen
1 Review
hall
Ideabooks3,738
Questions4
total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required.
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the
space trying to light & multiply by 1.5 to get total wattage required.
Do the math. Having a hard time knowing exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required
exactly how much light you need in a space? As a rough guide, calculate the square footage of the space you’re trying to light and multiply that total by 1.5 to get the total wattage required. When selecting CFL (compact fluorescent) or LED (light-emitting diode) fixtures, be sure to check the lamp’s inc
“lighting” — carolyntayl
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CORE Architects
Interior Design
Ideabooks5,550
Questions10
8'-10" x 3’-2” there is 3’-5” between the counter & the island.
are growing in popularity as an alternative to halogen globes. But the wattage can be confusing on LED bulbs. For example, an LED with a wattage of 5 to 8 is equivalent to a halogen wattage of 40 to 60. Comparison details are typically marked on the packaging.
room by the width to find the total area. Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room. For example: If your room is 17 feet wide and 20 feet long, the total area is 340 square feet. Multiply 340 by 1.5, and you'll get 510, so you'll need 510 watts of total light to
Multiply the area by 1.5; this is the total wattage you'll need to light the room.
“Island” — stefschwaig
Kraig Kalashian
Turkey Trail
Ideabooks28,541
Questions19
materials (not including mattresses) will cost about $400. Labor to build will range anywhere from $2K-$5K depending on where you live.
Sorry for the late reply! These are 8' ceilings and each best totals about 4' high with the platform (4") mattress (8") and then 3' of space above each, Both beds are queen size. thanks for following!
good carpenter to do this for about $5k.
It cost about $5K to build this for the client (not
what is the size of the light in the room? 13 or 16.5?
8' high ceilings, platforms 4", mattresses 8"
“Paintings” — nancyd4me
Bunker Workshop
11 Reviews
BH1
Ideabooks2,772
Questions7
best to use halogen can lights that tilt toward the picture and then regular halogen cans in the rest of the room (2 that point straight down about 6-8 feet apart and one other over the piano)? Or would it be ok to mix it up with plain can lights that are 4 inches for room lighting? Also I am being
are growing in popularity as an alternative to halogen globes. But the wattage can be confusing on LED bulbs. For example, an LED with a wattage of 5 to 8 is equivalent to a halogen wattage of 40 to 60. Comparison details are typically marked on the packaging.
216 W divided by 40w = 5.or 6 lights OR 60w would be 4 lights.
216 watts divided by the number of watts you want to use… 40 Watts would be 5.5 or 6 down lights. 60 Watts would be 3.6 or 4 down lights.
“Wood counter, simple space, well balanced. Don't like ceiling” — jasonoury
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Greenwood Heights Townhouse
Ideabooks25,744
Questions21
what are the dimensions of that sink? I have an 8 x 5 foot bathroom remodel to do and we want to have a double sink, but still need to fit a shower and toilet.
The sink is 39.5" wide. The shower is +/-32" wide from wall to glass and there is maybe 3-4" between the glass and the edge of the sink. I generally allow about 30" for a toilet. Therefore, the whole bathroom is roughly 5'-0' (wide) x +/- 8'-9" long
Hi- the sink is 39.5" wide. It is from
Narrow- 4'-10" x 2'-8" maybe?
Hi- the curb is 4 or 5" high
Hi- The bathroom is 4'-9" x 9'-0" The shower is 4'-9" x 2'-8"
“Skylight” — gettinghome
ASAP•house Inc - Studio Kiss
2 Reviews
ASAP_bedroom_w copy.jpg
Ideabooks6,206
Questions5
No, it's Strand Oriented Bamboo carbonized medium color from Sustainable Flooring http://www.sustainableflooring.com/
ikea kura loft bed with twin mattress on bottom. frame is$199 Product dimensions Length: 78 3/8 " Width: 41 3/8 " Height: 45 5/8 " Mattress length: 74 3/4 " Mattress width: 38 "
medium hardwood
“ikea bed used as bunk bed” — katkat
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