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James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
Ideabooks8,095
Questions4
Is that a electronic spa cover? Who makes those?
Stone jacuzzi with an electronic spa cover (www.bradfordproducts.com)
“pool?” — ironworks560
Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
Fredericksburg Custom Homes Ltd. is a design-build company serving Virginia since 1994. FCH specializes in luxury custom homes built on owner’s lots and high end remodeling.
Sponsored
Boekel Tuinen
Bergen: Timeless and balanced green garden
Ideabooks664
Questions1
and away from indoor chatter, music and the hum of appliances and other electronic devices. Try and escape to your peaceful outdoor retreat at least once
and away from indoor chatter, music and the hum of appliances and other electronic devices. Try and escape to your peaceful outdoor retreat at least once
“haie” — morganejarrijon
Hi-Tek Group
Hidden Electronics - Classic Bedroom
Ideabooks1,895
Questions1
sacrificing the beauty of the classical northwest construction. TV's and electronics were hidden within custom built cabinetry. All entertainment systems
Hidden Electronics - Classic Bedroom
“Build media unit like a tall chimney on one wall of room, running floor to ceiling but not extending” — proctorsh
REFINED LLC
9 Reviews
Office Space
Ideabooks1,994
Questions2
Smart cabinet front to keep electronics cool.
Cut out door for electronic venting
“desk area” — frankohill
Michael Abrams Limited
24 Reviews
Kenmore Master Bath
Ideabooks22,506
Questions13
How do you get the electronics and lighting fixtures around the bath to pass code?
code issues with electronics?
“Tub surround tied into wood panelling around room.” — meyerallen
Diane Bergeron Interiors
Houzz Tour: American Traditional Warms Up a Melbourne Coastal Home
Ideabooks22,279
Questions11
the best way to do it is to work wirelessly. Here’s how: Make sure your electronics have long-lasting battery power. Then, set up a ‘powering up’ area in
in a hidden part of the house – say, a cupboard or pantry. Plug your electronics in every night so they receive a full charge by the time you wake. Then
“organization” — Image Interiors
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
5 Reviews
Sf Media Room
Ideabooks16,544
Questions13
hide the electronics in a cabinet
Tv, fireplace and electronic cabinet
“component closet” — lwjw
Crisp Architects
52 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks22,920
Questions22
Last but not least, get rid of all electronics in the bedroom. TVs, computers and phones can turn what should be a haven
“hide tv” — corinnashull
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