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Martha O'Hara Interiors
Calamus Circle Residence
who can work this kind of molding?
Love the cornice work and panelling
we’ve worked on homes in almost every state. The process for working with people out of state is surprisingly similar to how we work with our local clients.”So if you spy a designer whose work you love here on Houzz and see that he or she is based in a city far from where you live, don’t immediately
can’t work together. Some firms have offices in other locations, some designers are willing to travel to work on a project, and some are willing to work entirely long distance. If you are dying to work with a particular designer, it’s always worth inquiring.Find an interior designer by region
able to work with you even if you are in a different city. “A lot of Houzzers email us to say that they wished we were located in their city or state. What they don’t realize is that we work across the United States,” O’Hara says. Sure, we’re headquartered in Minneapolis, but we have an office opening
like the work triangle. This could work for my kitchen
version of a work triangle. This layout would work well in a smaller space; the fridge is easily accessible, there's a window above the sink, and there's plenty of workspace around the range. Of course, there are many variations, but the general idea of the work triangle is to keep the distance between the
Angled layout. Here's a schematic of one version of a work triangle. This layout would work well in a smaller space; the fridge is easily accessible, there's a window above the sink, and there's plenty of workspace around the range. Of course, there are many variations,
version of a work triangle. This layout would work well in a smaller space; the fridge is easily accessible, there's a window above the sink, and there's plenty of workspace around the range.
Dona Rosene Interiors
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
kitchen work triangle of the sink, refrigerator and range to maximize functionality. But take your own needs into account too. Plenty of counter space for prep, especially next to appliances, like in this kitchen, can make your cooking routine go much more smoothly. Read more about kitchen layouts
kitchen work triangle?The concept for the kitchen work triangle was developed in the 1940s, a time when kitchens were very small and appliances were generally very large. The kitchen was looked at as a space where only cooking took place. The kitchen work triangle connects the three main work areas in
rule, the work triangle is still something to keep in mind when you're redesigning a kitchen. Keeping a certain amount of space between the main working areas makes cooking much easier and helps keep traffic in the workspace to a minimum.
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
Atherton Art Home
Work space with large desk, mini kitchen.
and huge working space in center.
very good layout...i like the different work stations...
The extra large space. Large work island, ceiling highth
like large central work table.
work table...easy diy work table...Large work table...work table
San Jose Res 2
these that work still and are useable Stove and fridge. Paper work organizer
Looking for a usedooking for a usedooking for used refrig erater that works full size with freezer replaceing new stove with burners and oven that works cheap Organizing closets and office help
How it works with bottom cabinet
marble in a working kitchen? Is this really granite?
about the work surfaces, allowing for a softer, more welcoming appearance with tops that show "life marks".
that will work. You can also visit the Walker Zanger Charlotte houzz page for photos of this same material in a 4x4 installed with a brick joint. It looks great. Please e-mail me (Shanna) at email@example.com and I'll be happy to help. Thank you!!
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Home #19: SALA Architects
Widen the aisles. Whether you opt for the traditional work triangle or to break up your kitchen into work zones, pay attention to your kitchen's aisle widths. The recommended minimum aisle width is 42 inches, but I prefer 48 inches, especially in kitchens with multiple cooks
width of working spaces - 42" is narrow, 52" starts to feel too wide
AISLE WIDTH. Widen the aisles. Whether you opt for the traditional work triangle or to break up your kitchen into work zones, pay attention
traditional work triangle or to break up your kitchen into work zones, pay attention to your kitchen's aisle widths. The recommended minimum aisle width is 42 inches, but I prefer 48 inches, especially in kitchens with multiple cooks. If you cook and entertain often and have the space, you could go as wide
Forum Phi Architecture & Interiors
Schedule work for the winter. Contractors are generally very busy in the summer but might be willing to give you a discount if you schedule work for the winter — at least here, in Philadelphia. It may be different in a warm city like San Diego. Ask your contractor when work is generally slow and ask for
postpone the work until then. 5. Be nice. If you treat your contractor and the staff respectfully, he will remember this when the opportunity arises to go the extra mile for you. 6. Be 'good pay.' A client who is "good pay" is one who pays when the contract stipulates, without needing to be reminded or convinced
This works similar to the previous tip: If the contractor feels that you are not the type to try to stiff him, he will be more comfortable going out on a limb for you.
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
going to work for rainy weather so I have now brought it inside.
meaningful work ... but it's still work. "Making art is hard work," Meyer says. "At least for me, the most difficult part is to get a painting to the point that I love it. And if I don't love it, how can I expect anyone else to love it? I am never done with a painting until I love it. Despite what hard
hard work it is, I need to do it and love to do it. Like skiing or mountain climbing or running a marathon, it is all hard work, and if we were not compelled or if we did not love to do it, it would just be work."Tell us: What do you want to know about what artists do?More: 10 Design Strategies for Art Lovers