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Michael Goodsmith Design
Bathroom
Ideabooks11,044
Questions11
Throughout the conceptual process, "luxe" was a term used often. No better room than the bath illustrates this with it's polished nickel fixtures, travertine marble and turkish towels. photo by: Michael Goodsmith
What is the width of this room?
How wide is this room, how deep?
Michael Goodsmith DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 9. Mount the towel bar on a door. Where can I put my towels? I wish I had a nickel for every time I heard that question. When
simple vanity but the built in with mirror to make room bigger.
Layout and the bench running down the left hand side of the room. This layout could work well in our bathroom.
“Mount a towel bar on the shower door.” — yonghj
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Chciago Modern Penthouse
Ideabooks320
Questions1
This turned out as an amazing powder room design. I designed a floating vanity using Paradiso granite and a recessed stainless steel sink. the Wall tile is a a multi colored glass tile from Ann Sacks. The floor tile is a brick glass tile from Oceanside with a stainless steel tile border. the wall tile
Powder Room-counter and sink, colored tile
Tile for downstairs powder room Chocolate and turquoise
“Powder Room-counter and sink, colored tile” — lindalitwin
Janiczek Homes
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Historic Barn in Newtown Square
Ideabooks8,544
Questions3
this re-purposed water cistern is part of a larger space that incorporates a large media room. Susan Beard Photography
Part of an old water cistern has been repurposed into a media room bar.
Large barrel bar. Not the room
How creative is this? Part of an old water cistern has been repurposed into a media room bar. Very, very cool.
“Barrel bar” — Michael Brooks
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
West Dry Creek Residence
Ideabooks1,687
Questions5
color and style. regarding the plywood wall...how does the use of yellow pine plywood compare to using dry wall and paint. Is there significant savings??
This color green for Owens room
walls for mudroom and laundry room
Bench in mud room instead of built ins, add hooks on wall
Rustic bench in mud room or front porch
“Plywood paneling.” — Mary OToole
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Chimney Rock Residence
Ideabooks4,054
Questions3
So many great ideas with this room.
Love the outdoor room!!!
Beams, outdoor room...Outdoor room
“Everything” — pittgorillas
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Live Oak
Ideabooks3,682
Questions8
Where are the dining room chairs from?
Who makes the dining room lamp?
a little further apart than the other pics I saved but like this also
Living and Dinning room
White rooms...great room
“Staircase” — janefrankenberg
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - Bathroom
Ideabooks14,762
Questions13
What is the location of the bathtub in this room?
Saving for lower drawers between double sinks.
separate shower room cottage now stove area
Separate shower room. Storage under counter.
Shower "room"...Shower room
“color” — pamedia
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks1,648
Questions0
brick with wood if we save brick
garage (the horizontal windows make the room behind it seem like a lookout). The garage and entry walk are at the same grade, but a partial-height wall separates the two zones.
Love garage and room above all being sheltered in open driveway
Within the wood-lined cutout is a black box that projects over the garage (the hor­i­zon­tal win­dows make the room be­hind it seem like a look­out). The garage and en­try walk are at the same grade, but a par­tial-height wall sep­a­rates
Within the wood-lined cutout is a black box that projects over the garage (the horizontal windows make the room behind it seem like a lookout). The garage and entry walk are at the same grade, but a partial-height wall separates the two zones.
“Entrada principal” — lornha
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