86 privacy policy Transitional Bedroom Design Photos

Leanne McKeachie Design
3 Reviews
Lucas
Ideabooks17,757
Questions13
We have implemented new policy and due to client confidentiality are not able to provide details regarding finishes, fixtures or furniture of client's projects.
custom to what the client wants I don't have patience to deal with the debate of who's entitled to what. In my opinion my paying client is entitled to privacy of what we've created together. Interior design IS private information created by the designer and client together.
“wallpaper” — onekaka
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
tineke triggs
Ideabooks150K
Questions93
Great furniture placement allowing privacy and separation.
Great use of storage space and gives decent privacy when sharing bedroom
throw pillows and curtains bring a positive and bright yet refined room. It is nice to see the shelving separation between the two beds creating some privacy.
In this kids' room design, built-in shelving offers the illusion of privacy. Each child has space to call her own, yet they are close enough for the pair to still enjoy each other's company.
In this bedroom, built-in shelving provides a sense of privacy and separation between the two double beds. If the beds take up much of the room's space, utilize the room beneath them to create as much storage as
“girl's room” — mrsbmore
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Custom Transitional Home With Ocean View
Ideabooks975
Questions3
Bathroom layout might work well - good privacy
The master bathroom has a bathtub and a large vanity. A panoramic window above the bathtub lets in natural light without sacrificing privacy.
“Built-in” — alli_evans
Greenwood Homes
4 Reviews
Martis Camp Estate Truckee
Ideabooks712
Questions1
lovely it gives you privacy
Guest room privacy
“New bedroom” — samobbs
B Fein Interiors LLC
20 Reviews
Who Says the Suburbs Aren't Glamorous?!
Ideabooks17,866
Questions19
quickly. Just be sure to use lightweight fabric, and if you can get away without lining them, even better. Do you need them for privacy and lightcontrol or just privacy? Would a lightweight linen be private enough? It would pleat beautifully and be fairly easy to draw across the space. You could do
“End bench” — mandycresthill
Jess Cooney Interiors
Sophisticated Eclectic
Ideabooks60
Questions0
window privacy???
“I like the window behind, nice focal point.” — Christina Wong Interiors
Davida's Kitchen & Tiles
11 Reviews
Tranquil Spa
Ideabooks250
Questions0
covered the fireplace wall with a accent stacked stone. Top-down bottom-up woven shades on the windows allow in natural light while still providing privacy. Photo: Bob Narod
“Fireplace” — joannamcnamara
Urban I.D. Interior Design Services
'The Columbia' Residence
Ideabooks1,401
Questions6
nice window to take advantage of great view and like having something to sit on right by the window. In addition, will need curtains for privacy.
“color blocks on drapery” — claudiaraack
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