29,112 vine support Home Design Photos

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks3,700
Questions5
the island is built around the support columns
support columns from island, if needed
post for ceiling support
Support poles...Support columns...Support Posts...Support beams...Support treatment
“Kitchen remodel FL house” — cdbarnes152
Traditional Bathroom
Ideabooks4,030
Questions4
How did you support this tub?
what did you use for the support? Steel beams?
Rock Tub - nThis tub was carved entirely out of a boulder. A very costly installation and the space would need extra floor support to support the weight of the boulder. If you love the look you can purchase a similiar-style acrylic version for a fraction of the price. Stone bathtub
carved entirely out of a boulder. An installation like this is absolutely incredible but obviously costly (and could cause some issues with floor support). If you love the look, you can purchase a similar-style acrylic version for a fraction of the price
carved entirely out of a boulder. An installation like this is absolutely incredible but obviously costly (and could cause some issues with floor support). If you love the look, you can purchase a similar-style acrylic version for a fraction of the price.
“Very unique tub.” — Craig Thompson Contracting
Mihaly Slocombe
3 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks2,253
Questions1
underlayment to maximize its pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells are filled with gravel and help keep rainwater in the soil and out of sewers.
underlayment to maximize its pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells are filled with gravel and help keep rainwater in the soil and out of sewers. If you are in a climate that has a lot of snow, and your
underlayment to maximize its pervious nature. Usually this is a plastic mat made up of circular or honeycomb cells structured to provide load-bearing support. These cells are filled with gravel and help keep rainwater in the soil and out of sewers.If you are in a climate that has a lot of snow, and your
“wall slices the house....” — gnmh
Equinox Architecture Inc. - Jim Gelfat
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,479
Questions2
This is a structural steel moment frame. The size and thickness was determined by the Structural Engineer in order to support two different roof planes and to resist potential lateral forces caused by earthquakes.
Like the metal beams for support
Support for the opening under catwalk?
support beam out of direct view
“Sky lights” — Samantha Melrose
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Cole Valley Residence - Center of Attention
Ideabooks16,149
Questions22
Two support columns attached to the island!!
columns as support for load bearing wall
Opening up a kitchen to living area with support beams
support post in kitchen island, one of the best
The support beams on both sides of the islands and front and back symmetry
support pillars...Supports on island
“stools and storage at island” — eewright
Wright-Ryan Homes
1 Review
Wharf House
Ideabooks868
Questions4
DON'T like the use of the support posts on the island!
Support poles incorporated into the islan
Support posts midway, cabinets flanking bar
Incorporation of support pillars into island.
Boxed support poles in kitchen
Way to do support pole
Island with support beams
support beam...Pillars - support...Supported island...Supporting beams
“load bearing columns” — genechab
studio A:W
HOUSE for „THREE POINTS”
Ideabooks6,375
Questions1
Support beam shelving or room divider
Bookshelf or rt support beam if it could be positioned
support member shelves
basement support posts
support beam bookcase
Support shelving.?...Playroom support
“Simple shelf” — Kerwin van Niekerk
Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Healdsburg Vineyard Residence
Ideabooks349
Questions0
provides the ideal location for an integrated solar array. Bands of salvaged cedar at the base of the house support climbing wisteria, binding the house to the landscape as it rises from the vine rows. Photos: Ken Gutmaker
Tearing out a wall - why cover up the supporting beam?
“exposed beams” — laymanaaron
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