40,669 pull down Traditional Home Design Photos
notice that some doors do not have to go all the way down to the counter top
Cabinets and pulls...drawer pulls
Looove grown up toned down colours
draperies pulled back, and color/style
Steven Mueller Architects, LLC
if at all possible, the cabinets are a nice to way to keep things off the sink but still within reach (out of drawers and reaching down).
Drawer pulls...bathroom pulls?
Michael Abrams Limited
Seeley Family Room
open floor plans the room colors should be cohesive and flowing or do you treat each room seperately? I love the color scheme in this room but I can't pull it together as my one window on the left side of my fireplace is a lot smaller than the other side of the fireplace that is double the size in windows
My quesion is this - if I have solid oak trim which will be stained instead of painted white, as in this room, do you feel this look could still be pulled off. I love the clean, calm feeling this room puts out there.
So glad I read this question and answer! We're taking down walls in a small cottage we're buying. These walls contain electrical right now. Will have outlets put into the floor instead!
I love the cabinet pulls. Who makes them?
maybe those center shelves should go all the way down to the desk
The Woodshop of Avon
The Woodshop of Avon
The Appliance Pulls are "Top Knob" M823 PTA with M881 12" Backplate on the refrigerator and they were purchased at Brass Handle in Minneapolis.
the paint is colormatched to the walls. The other end of the island is "lighter" but I think it is from lighting. I like how the island color is pulled in, by using the wall color if that is what they did. Very nice.
The computer nook is deeper in the center (cabinet is 25 1/4" deep) and on either side it is 22 1/4" deep. This is where the uppers sit down on top of the granite. There is no radius on the top.
How would you ever pull out the washer or dryer for service?
How would you pull it in and out to hook up the connections? How would you access the shut offs in an emergency?
It wouldn't make more sense to have the washer on the top of the drier? It is easier to take wet, heavier laundry and put it down in the drier and taking dried laundry from the lower level, then the other way around. Just trying to understand. Driers are not used around here, but