3,328 outlet Traditional Home Design Photos

Upscale Construction
2 Reviews
Evergreen Drive
Ideabooks857
Questions2
Outlet on vanity...Electrical outlet...electrical outlet on side
“Hm mirror? Without a frame?” — tuvonne
Bluebell Kitchens
21 Reviews
wayne, pa
Ideabooks7,640
Questions16
Where are the electric outlets? I don't see any on the back splashes.
Here is another method to eliminate visible electrical outlets on a back splash -
like the outlets in the island and the glaze
Electric outlets?...outlet option...outlets in island...Electrical outlet placement
“yellow, tv inclusion, space, windows” — caitwrighthouse
The Kitchen Broker
5 Reviews
Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks470
Questions0
Outlets on island. Edge on wood counter top.
Island outlet...outlet on lsland...Outlet on end of island
“white kitchen wood counter” — pksefton
Vujovich Design Build, Inc.
3 Reviews
West Isles Kid's Bath
Ideabooks21,274
Questions25
electrical outlets tend to be mounted above the tile, making them more prominent than you might prefer. If you paint the walls, paint the outlet covers to
wall, so the outlet looks useful instead of being an eyesore.
6. Work with it, on a smaller scale In vintage bathrooms the electrical outlets tend to be
might prefer. If you paint the walls, paint the outlet covers to match. This will help hide the outlet a bit (though with continued use, you may have to
to match. This will help hide the outlet a bit (though with continued use, you may have to touch up the paint). If it’s a kids’ bathroom, as in this example
“wall tile is gloss subway from Rubble tile in Minneapolis and floor is a glazed 1"hex with misty gre” — kathybizon
Shannon Cabinetry
Shannon Cabinetry
Ideabooks832
Questions5
don't you have to have outlets per code and where do you put them?
the outlets are in the work areas, the island has one at each end. The other wall also has outlets.
Code generally requires one outlet for every four feet of "wall counter space," except when the width of the
appliances with 2' cords to be plugged in, the local inspector may have allowed outlets that were located on the back side of the open area. 3- Some of the "drawer"
"drawer" areas may actually be drop-down panels that conceal outlets.
drawers as drop downs for charging outlets
“Kitchen pass-through” — cherylmchenry
Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Belcaro Modern
Ideabooks4,540
Questions4
in hallways, outlets in baseboard, way less busy looking
Base on bottom of wall and outlet placement
wider baseboard with electrical outlets. I love the stone on the fireplace.
notice larger than necessary baseboard with electrical outlets in the baseboard
Baseboards with outlets
“Baseboard” — julieberlin
Dawn Hearn Interior Design
28 Reviews
Traditional Front Porch Christmas
Ideabooks61,740
Questions16
When my husband built our house he put an outlet under every window so that by flipping one switch I can turn on all the
Christmas candles! Also, we have a wrap around porch and he installed outlets at the corners on each side of the house so we can plug in the icicle lights
I am not sure what you need. The lights are plugged into the exterior outlets. The garland is tied with wire to screws or nails into the mortar. I hope
Your hubby did right by adding additional outlets. I loathe extension cords, but they are sometimes a necessary evil
Outlets outdoors. Conveniently placed juice for holiday displays were very important to many of you, especially near the front door. Several of you also
also chimed in that it is convenient to have outlets on every side of the house, eliminating the need for dozens of feet of orange outdoor extension cords
“Decor” — snail22
UltraCraft Cabinetry
4 Reviews
Oak Ridge
Ideabooks847
Questions4
outlets tucked up under the cabinet
row of outlets under cabinets...outlet location...Outlets under cabinets
“backsplash” — platinumernurse
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