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Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Clear Creek
Ideabooks3,667
Questions8
to IdeabookEmail Photo Return. Finally, you must decide how much return you will need. Return is the distance your drapery hangs away from the wall. Yup, this also affects the proportion. The standard return is 3½ inches. But larger or taller windows may require a deeper return to avoid looking squashed
Return. Finally, you must decide how much return you will need. Return is the distance your drapery hangs away from the wall. Yup, this also affects the proportion. The standard return is 3½ inches. But larger or taller windows may require a deeper return to avoid looking squashed
Finally, you must decide how much return you will need. Return is the distance your drapery hangs away from the wall. Yup, this also affects the proportion. The standard return is 3½ inches. But larger or taller windows may require a deeper return to avoid looking squashed against the wall.
“coral chandelier” — stacyleighpalmer
Nashawtuc Architects, Inc.
Riverview Cape
Ideabooks2,043
Questions4
area gets good sunlight (and the climate allows), why not plant something fragrant, like jasmine, so you can enjoy a delicious scent each time you return home?
area gets good sunlight (and the climate allows), why not plant something fragrant, like jasmine, so you can enjoy a delicious scent each time you return home?
“black door” — agodfrey22
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2001 showcase
Ideabooks2,733
Questions4
This photo shows sheetrock returns on the sides and top with a wood window sill and skirt at the bottom.
Drywall return windows with dark sill, white apron
SHEETROCK RETURN ON WINDOW
drywall window return
Drywall returns look great
“חלון מעוגל” — Amit Lapidot
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Sun Room
Ideabooks19,796
Questions16
Determine the "Return" (that is how far do you want the valance to project from the wall). In standard rooms that is generally 4" but if you have to clear other things like shades or window hardware make sure you have enough clearance. In bigger rooms I like to do a 5" return so it doesn't look
look skimpy. Then you buy a board the width of your return. I usually go to home depot and pick out my board which is usually like 1/2" inch by 5" inches wide and the boards come in standard lengths. Then I bring the board over to the "saw area" and they cut it to the exact length for free. Then
with. Determine the "Return" (that is how far do you want the valance to project from the wall). In standard rooms that is generally 4" but if you have to clear other things like shades or window hardware make sure you have enough clearance. In bigger rooms I like to do a 5" return so it doesn't look skimpy
“Green and white polka ottomans” — suzannelawrimore
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks3,280
Questions6
restoration hardware has the return rods-they call them hotel rods.
Like these return rods - Restoration Hardware - Hotel rods
I like this room amped the return rods/hotel rods and sheers
return rods
“color m the curtain rod” — Susan Muthoni
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Riverview House
Ideabooks1,301
Questions1
Air return placement - built in bench
Stairway with air return
Bench over return vent
“Dining room ceiling” — briscokids
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Mallets Bay Shingle
Ideabooks3,233
Questions2
see a straight on front view of this gable above the french door. Do you happen to know the depth of the gable soffit and projection of the soffit returns?
In the foreground, upper right, note the 'belly-band' detail in the gable end of the roof. Also, greek return style of soffit above the second story porch.
“Bay window” — kpfarrell
Traditional Bathroom
Ideabooks10,217
Questions10
Melaragno: I 'm looking at the nice effect with the corner treatments on the cabinets. Are the small returns on the crown xtra small returns?If so, this is a tough cut to make! TH
Yes, Those are extra small returns on the crown.
“Master Bathroom” — dhroberts
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