45,789 single hole Home Design Photos

Traditional Bedroom
Ideabooks853
Questions1
Single beam for guest bedroom-emailed to David
single beam...Single beam....single bean in the center...Single beam through center
“coloring” — mklindemood
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Passive Cooling
Ideabooks677
Questions0
Small spaces require a single wall kitchen.
window at dining table, single wall kitchen
single wall kitchen
“perfect for basement” — twasmer
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home drive court to entry elevation
Ideabooks21,049
Questions31
The siding is red cedar, pre-primed in Semi-Transparent at the factory in Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then a single coat of
pre-primed in Semi-Transparent at the factory in Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then a single coat of Semi-transparent Cabot Pepperwood was applied. The cedar siding
pre-primed in semi-transparent at the factory in Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then a single coat of Semi-transparent Cabot Pepperwood was applied.
pre-primed in Semi-Transparent at the factory in Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then a single coat of Semi-transparent Cabot Pepperwood was applied. The cedar siding
red cedar, Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then single coat of Semi-transparent Cabot Pepperwood Most of the ext. trim is Benjamin
pre-primed in Semi-Transparent at the factory in Cabot Beechwood Gray. Then a single coat of Semi-transparent Cabot Pepperwood was applied. The rest of the colors
“Toît” — rexie1
Des Ewing Residential Architects
15 Reviews
Italian Inspired Mansion
Ideabooks3,633
Questions4
The hole in the ceiling and the way that the stairs Come out of the wall.
I Love the flooring and I really love the hole in the ceiling
Hole in ceiling maybe with a fire poll...love the ceiling hole...The hole...the big hole/ railing...Stairs and landing hole
“Colour of surround and lights” — tajplaha
Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Toro Canyon Residence
Ideabooks330
Questions1
poured concrete. If they are indeed poured concrete, what purpose do the holes serve? In any case, this is awesome work. I love it!
place with wet concrete. Once cured, the ties are snapped off and leave the holes as a result. They were left exposed as an expression of the process.
cured, the ties are snapped off and leave the holes as a result. They” “pay attention to the concrete. the holes in the wall and the hall have”
poured concrete. If they are indeed poured concrete, what purpose do the holes serve” “Jay, here is more detailed information to follow up your question:
pay attention to the concrete. the holes in the wall and the hall have definite energy which appeals to me.
“Love the walls and the modern everything else” — euzer
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen transformation
Ideabooks36,136
Questions44
Unfortunately, the Brockway comes with holes already drilled for a specific kind of faucet - one with two holes, one above the other just about 2" apart
you get two sets of holes for two faucets, in the 48" and 60" sinks you may have a choice of two or three faucets. There is also a hole for a soap dish between
right size to make use of the existing top holes or if porcelain "plugs" could be used to cover up unused holes, or if they would be water tight. The sink
though the lines of the sink are very much like the sink in this kitchen, the holes for faucets and soap dishes make it unusable for a kitchen sink. I don't
“Chandeliere” — suzybern
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Girl's Playhouse
Ideabooks14,264
Questions6
color of partition and round holes look very inspiring
Circle holes for ladder to bunk playroom underneath
wardrobe. With the addition of some bright paints and a few clever cut-out holes, it was transformed into a cute playhouse for two little girls.
“wall” — eli1979
Arterra Landscape Architects
8 Reviews
Orchard
Ideabooks4,787
Questions1
plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that
dig a planting hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom of the hole. Scruff up the
place the plant in the hole and spread the roots out. Fill in with soil and create a small watering berm around the outside of the hole. After planting, prune
of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread. Set the tree in place, spreading the roots
“nice looking fruit trees” — quistkb
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