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Brunelleschi Construction
14 Reviews
Pino Kitchen
Ideabooks7,156
Questions17
small space. Photo by Chris Amaral.
floor space on the ends of the island. The working sides of an island should have 42 inches of space as a minimum, but more than 5 feet usually isn't necessary. The entertaining and eating side of the island is usually determined by the adjacent space — a dining room or living room — if there is one
want any space between ceiling and cabinets (dust collection) Like the extra over head bin for platters or other stuff.
floor space on the ends of the island. The working sides of an island should have 42 inches of space as a minimum, but more than 5 feet usually isn't necessary. The entertaining and eating side of the island is usually determined by the adjacent space — a dining room or living room — if there is one
“Open stove and vent hood w/faucet by stove top” — shy12345
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Transforming a modular shower into a fabulous custom shower with skylight
Ideabooks5,689
Questions3
additonal space out of a storage space above the stairs and lifting the ceiling to allow the skylight. Antique Delft tiles collected over time by the client were integrated into the tile field and Danby marble serves as both the shelf and threshold. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis
revamping a space with a small area that we want a shower...do you know the size of this shower?? awesome remodel...great job on everything!
I love everything about this shower - unexpected angles, ample storage for personal products and crisp colour scheme. This would be a wonderful space to start one's day!
Good use of space. Trying to figure out how to convert my 2nd floor 1/2 bath into a full.
bit of space that had formerly been a storage space over the stairs to expand the shower stall.
“Love the skylight. Hate the tile.” — skerlak
yamamar design
home office
Ideabooks2,129
Questions4
office space that borrows light from an adjacent room. Placing the window high in the wall moves it out of the way of the workspace, minimizing distractions while conferring all of the advantages of natural lighting to the space. This is an excellent way of transferring light between rooms while maintaining
office space that borrows light from an adjacent room.
window borrows light from another space but doesn't interfere with workspace - genius!
office space that borrows light from an adjacent room
Internal window brings like to a space with no natural light.
office space that borrows light from an adjacent room. Placing the window high in the wall moves it out of the way of the workspace, minimizing distractions while conferring all of the advantages of natural lighting to the space. This is an excellent way of transferring light between rooms while maintaining
“Nice rendition of a transom window inside” — juneand
Daniel Tornheim Architect
Chicago Roof Deck
Ideabooks3,097
Questions3
where space is at a premium this new roof deck adds an outdoor living room, dining room and kitchen. Not to mention a hot tub when you're done with a hard days work.
Is there drainage space and what's the total thickness. Thanks so much. This is beautiful.
outdoor space, gas fire pit, hot tub, private, vegetation
“rooftop” — tawabweiss
Kirsten Marie Inc, KMI
5 Reviews
The Oaks
Ideabooks14,198
Questions9
inches of space on either side of the toilet rough-in.
Cottage - If you are planning a toilet compartment, the NKBA recommends a space about 36 by 66 inches, with a 32-inch-wide doorway. The absolute minimum would be 30 by 60 inches, which leaves just 15 inches of space on either side of the toilet rough-in
If you are planning a toilet compartment, the NKBA recommends a space about
recommends a space about 36 by 66 inches, with a 32-inch-wide doorway. The absolute minimum would be 30 by 60 inches, which leaves just 15 inches of space on either side of the toilet rough-in. Tip: If you're worried about the bottom of your toilet scratching your floor tile or hardwood during installation
recommends a space about 36 by 66 inches, with a 32-inch-wide doorway. The absolute minimum would be 30 by 60 inches, which leaves just 15 inches of space on either side of the toilet rough-in.
“toilet” — wilandrea
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
15 Reviews
Evanston Kitchen Rehab
Ideabooks12,138
Questions15
counter space/microwave-vents on top of microwave
I would like to bring the microwave (under the microwave) off the counter a few inches with a drawer. The drawer would serve as a storage space for things like oven mitts, etc. The drawer doesn't need to be more than about 3 inches high. Any suggestions
floor space is needed for this set up please and thank you
in the space. If you have tall upper cabinets (42") I always like a longer 8" or 9" hardware option...it helps to "add" height to a space. A good way to start is to go to your local hardware store and pick up a variety of options. Have a friend hold them up against the cabinets and start narrowing
storage space at all. The construction materials of the drawer box alone, inclusive of the carcass, glides, and drawer bottom, would most likely eat up 1-1/2". If you can clarify your question some more I can try to answer it in a more useful way.
“Simple mais chic. Possiblement dans la grandeur recherché et moins $” — Nadine Bourque
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Crane Island Cabin
Ideabooks1,594
Questions0
the long work space and cupboard's
position spacing with shelving
use of space...work space...Office space...Shared office space...study space...Desk space
“Study area” — Jill Shih
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks7,046
Questions1
Floor extra attic space? Hidden?
Unfinished WoodAesthetic: Scandinavian, warm and modernWhen to use it: To lend a clean, warm and casual feel to a space. Knotty wood, when used in a minimalist aesthetic, without trim or ornate detail, is wholly without pretense and develops a rich patina while w
make a space feel constricted; the best way to counterbalance that is with a clean aesthetic that won’t confuse the eye. Here, a clean door is cut directly from the wooden wall. Without even a noticeable handle, you may walk clean past it.
“Hidden door for master bath” — jeander2
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