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Architecturally Significant Victorian Gem in San Francisco
Use of space underneath the roof line.
Nice use of a small area
Amazing use of space. And simplicity.
would work well in space above the garage. Add lament flooring and built-in desk under window.
It would make great use of our dormer/attic.
excellent use of knee wall space!
nice use for an attic space
desks but often provide more work surface, since you customize the design. In this house the desktop is braced to the wall, allowing plenty of knee space so someone can maneuver from one end to the other. This area also offers a place for trash cans, paper shredders and items that need to be tucked away
Castleberry Hill Loft
Use of old windows/Loft look divider
doors, I could use reclaimed windows as screens to cover the closets in the GR.
could use old doors for room divider in my loft
your home. If you have plans of it, even better. Look at each room, and write down what you use it for. Now write down how often you use the space for its intended purpose. You might be surprised that you use that guest room only two or three times a year. That formal dining room hosts a celebratory
them, even better, as you’ll have the dimensions. Look at each room, and write down what you use it for. Now write down how often you use the space for its intended purpose. You might be surprised that you use that guest room only two or three times a year. Also, that formal dining room hosts a celebratory
Scott Christopher Homes/Surpass Renovations
Love the lights. Where did you get them? Lovely space!
blog! The designer, Tamara H Designs, made the awesome statement that "I think it’s important that kids’ spaces evolve and never speak down to a child.” I think the big question I have is: Is the space for a little boy, or girl? What are their interests? One of my favorite trends in children's rooms is
Perfect use of an in-between space.
Nice use of space at the
Great use of the upstairs nook
I like the idea of having a quiet space outside of the bonus room where the kids can do homework or cozy under the stairs to read a book.
Homework space, outdoor light, clean lines and open
Good use of a small space
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
We reconfigured an adjacent back entry to create a useful little mudroom, and in the space between the two designed a thick arched opening with shelves for cookbooks and a pull-out broom closet. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Someone bought them, by the way. I was really sorry not to be able to use them. We did use some other tiles from Granada and they look fantastic. The people there are nice to deal with too.
For new(old house). Need spaces for cloths.
such a great space for coats and shoes and such.
FUNCTIONING MUDROOM #2. Helpful hooks. Turn an awkward or a dead space into
into something you'll actually use. A row of simple hooks around the perimeter and a few well-placed wire baskets have turned this once-empty nook into a valuable drop zone near the home's entry.
Morse Remodeling, Inc. and Custom Homes
to display their own artwork throughout the house and emphasize the colorful creations by using the artwork's pallet and blend into the home seamlessly. A mix of modern design and contemporary styles were used for the front room addition. Color is emphasized throughout with natural light spilling in
Primary colors to the Nth degree!...Fun space in this decor...Customer driven and it works very well.
awesome use of wall space in hall
Fun Way to add shelve and display space
shelving provides useful space in a spot that may have otherwise gone untapped. Take this loft balcony, for example. The pony wall that's needed to keep people from falling doubles as a well-stocked library. In turn, the top tiers of books that may have taken up valuable floor space somewhere else now
Matteo Bianchi Studio
Clever use of small room space
Shelving and desk in small space
Great use of space! Love the bold colours.
and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimalist bed and desk area fit in neatly and make this teenager’s room a fun retreat.
and architecture in a small space
great desk for the attic… 9. Go for bold. As the saying goes, “If you can’t fight, wear a big hat.” This attic bedroom shows off its sloping walls with pride and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimalist bed and desk
bedroom shows off its sloping walls with pride and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimal bed and desk area slot in neatly and make this teenager’s room a fun retreat.
Use space under a windowWhen space is tight, you may have no choice but to position a bed under a window, but this doesn’t
There is space between what used to be the formal living room and dining room (now conservatory and library - clue anyone???). We want to put a wall bookcase and use a slider ladder. I also need to secure the bookcase to the wall, not relying
Do know off hand what material they used for the bookcase? We are building one right now in the kids closet and they initially wanted to use melamine and I didn't think it would look good. YOurs looks great.
It was from DWR but not sure they still have it in stock. It's extra narrow but long which was great for the space.
Flush ladder Changeable chandelier/exhibition space Don't like decor
Like the idea of a community office/work space/library. don't like the finishes, but a big table with chairs maybe and a couple of more comfortable chairs for extended
Cottage Cubed - Remodel of a 25sqm Fishermans Cottage.
I have a similar space in a room with a stairway beside it. I want to make use of the space under the stairs and put a drawer in.
Use of angled wall to build in storage
skylight placement and efficient use of wall space. Did we stay here in Dublin?
love the built ins...use all the space
Look at the space for books...lovely
Like the doors...use as closet for Kylie.
good storage use of in wall feature
the morning. Closet and storage space built into the wall eliminates the need for a dresser or wardrobe.
8. Look into customized storage. A full wall of customized closets and other storage is worth its weight in gold, as far as I am concerned. If you plan to use your attic as a master bedroom or
or as another frequently used space, consider saving up for custom closets or cabinetry — they'll be worth the splurge.