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New Canaan Private Residence
Bay wall cabinets Pool table off that area Doors to left (to get to water pump/meter), would need to smoke
corner back bar and small bar
Using the corner space
Corner idea...Corner bar...Angled corners...tv in corner...Corner TV
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
corner kitchen, exactly the layout I have...
Corner bar looks good
design feature...Corner bar area...corner bar...corner sofa
Molly Quinn Design
New Traditional Family Residence
small corner bar as part of a project to finish our basement. I was curious what the bar dimensions in this picture are. Thanks!
I get a little water and am looking
to why water is coming in is being fixed, but I prefer to look into something other than carpet or ceramic tiles, but that look rich and cozy.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Creative Design Construction, Inc.
do the corner wall cabinets open?
I noticed they each have 2 doors but only 1 handle. Is there no access to the blind corner?
in the corner open accordion style to allow for access to the stemware.
basement features 8 foot ceilings throughout.
cabinets featured are from Wellborn Cabinetry, Inc. It’s the Hanover Cherry door style with an Espresso stain. Please see the below link for more details. http://www.wellborn.com/index.php?nav_id=177&item_id=157
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Den in wall couches in back corner room open yet varity of diff options
right corner behind pillars
Basements & Beyond
like the indoor brick feature wall
Corner floral going up stairs
The corner piece
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
stunning feature and is the first thing one see's when entering this room. Melanie Rebane Photography
and hot water heaters. These gas and oil-fired appliances need to vent vertically, which means that many of them are clustered around a mechanical chimney or other masonry chimney. Switching to new 90 percent efficient (or better) appliances comes with two perks: lower utility bills and the ability to
furnaces and water heaters vent horizontally with PVC pipe. That means you don't have to be near a masonry chimney and will have more layout flexibility.