44,988 scalloped cut Home Design Photos

Boutique Homes
1 Review
Blenheim Road
Ideabooks3,574
Questions4
practical into prettyWhere to site logs for an open fire or stove can be tricky. Keep them to hand (and avoid chilly trips outside) by incorporating a cut-out next to the hearth. Adding overhead spotlights and keeping the logs piled high gives the store a luxe look, reminiscent of on-trend trompe-l’oeil
“stone fireplace” — fabio2002
Angus Mackenzie Architect
North Bondi House
Ideabooks839
Questions1
The house was originally a single story face brick home, which was ‘cut in half’ to make two smaller residences. It is on a triangular corner site, and is nestled in between a unit block to the South, and large renovated two storey homes to the West. The owners loved the original character of the house
“Enclosed claw foot shower” — trevorc1
dSPACE Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks12,488
Questions15
two 2 x 12 and either legs (jacks in the wall ) formed as a box and nailed or best screwed to the wall. Remember to add led down lights. You can also cut the duplex out let in the front if you center your hole.
We positioned the vanity 3 inches forward of the floor-to-ceilling mirror to create a dramatic illusion of depth. Our stone fabricator was able to cut the slabs of white marble to the exact size for a perfect fit. We used sink by WetStyle and special short p-trap to eliminate any chance of seeing unsightly
“3 feet” — eurotreehouse
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
30 Reviews
Cudahy
Ideabooks1,779
Questions1
Like the heavy construction and the simple cuts on the joists
Good design ruff cut
“Arbor” — dlmorin
Fisher Group LLC
13 Reviews
Bungalow Update
Ideabooks3,689
Questions4
Did you have to custom cut the tiles from the floor? Also, how did you get a seamless look between all 3 tiles on the shower? Beautiful and creative job - congrats!
in a variety of standard sizes. The sizes we used are: shower floor: 2" x 6", bathroom floor and wainscot: 13" x 20" and bullnose: 3" x 13". Some cutting was required due to the shape of the bathroom and to accommodate all the corners. We have a professional installer we've worked with for many years
“Glass bricks” — Theresa Lenegan
Artefacto USA
Dream Home 7
Ideabooks3,293
Questions2
I like the wall cut outs for entrance
Cut outs
“Great!” — wendelsny
Tanya Schoenroth Design
14 Reviews
Burnaby Capitol Hill Residence
Ideabooks2,534
Questions3
The desktop surface is Caesarstone 2003 and the surrounding cabinetry is rift cut white oak with a custom grey stain.
rift cut white oak, w/ custom grey stain
“Kitchen desk” — wheelhog
Insignia Kitchen and Bath Design Studio
8 Reviews
Not your aunt's country kitchen
Ideabooks19,038
Questions27
Cutting board center island, subway tile
Cutting board counter
“Cutting board counter” — Brandie Sappenfield
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