in his Mount Pleasant home.
The homeowner’s initial request of 2400 square feet did not accommodate the design program’s requirements. At the completion of design, the project had expanded to 4500 square ft. Care was taken during design of the home to ensure that the massing was both in keeping with
in Washington DC. Photo's by Sam Kittner
bungalow in Washington, DC, but we were not involved in the furnishings selection.
Wall mounted. Free up floor space by installing your fireplace unit directly onto the wall. This space puts the perfect spin on yesterday's model. Tip: Don't think just in black — a unit like this in white could be a showstopper.
Wall mounted. Small spaces will love this wall-hugging fireplace
does one mount a television so that no wires, cable boxes, or DVD planers are showing? Where are those items?
Surface mounting the TV and at the same time concealing cables is not necessarily easy. We have designed a TV Mount the solves most of these problems. Worth a look...
buy a mount for the TV yourself, make sure you buy one that tilts up and down. The static wall mounts are a little cheaper, but when you hang a TV above a fireplace it is usually higher than would be an ideal viewing angle. So, you will want to be able to tilt the TV down some to create an ideal viewing
inside mounted blinds don't come in the way when using the door? How tall are your doors?
inside mount because fully opened they are 17.5 inches long, (my preference is inside mount) or doing outside mount above the windows which means we will not see the new window molding we just did when they are closed. I'm truly surprised those are my only options. We love the twin shade from Horizon
can also mount the treatment above the door if you have ceiling height - as another option.