Another idea for side of refrig going toward pantry and M Bed rm??
I like the butcher block in these darker colors to augment the granite at cabin.
This flooring would look terrific with our existing wood floor, and would go great, a little more of the rust in flooring. A reddish stain on the island except for the invention for chairs, should match or nearly match the cabinet color.
This kitchen color and cabinet style would go very well with our current floor and wood colors without fighting
Looks great with flooring like ours, the island color works well!
Like the island color, thinking about a red stain cabinet color.
Great look for OV
Great for OV, use flat light.
Nice driveway illuminating, would be nice at cabin!
I’ve got some of these, should retrofit for LED?
Nice under step lighting along with wall sconces
Sets the festive mood?
Could upright the ceiling inside the tunnel w colored lamps similar to this inside entry on this photo
See how much brighter the trunk is very close placement to trunk
Note difference by pulling up lights back from trunk of tree
Similar to want in new wall off deck, but slightly higher
Interesting up lighting on ceiling, could do on overhang above deck door
Up lighted from front
Getting close, I like this door, but would have a single fixed sidelight on the L side (from inside looking out). Transom above door and sidelight would have 3 glass panels aligning with 3 panels in the door, and the sidelight. Narrow Frame and narrow mullion. Measurements finished opening are 106x 54” simple streamlined black lever door handle, with double sided deadbolt. Door to pivot instead of hinge.
This would work reversed, having the sidelight on the L side, no transom above door and sidelight, clear glass, not frosted. Because this is a w facing door at the rear of my home outside of Tucson AZ, insulated glass, low e, with argon would be a good idea. Don’t care for the long cabinet style handle, something understated for a handle would be better for my Santa Fe style home.
Looks incredible, must be really strong! Note, no underpayment! Expensive?
Is this a part of the architects exam for poor or dangerous design? Let’s all run out and buy neat looking glass ladders. Might be a little slick too!
Never pass inspection on this handrails missing photo!
This may be some of the sloppiest work I’ve looked at, but what happened on the outside of the staircase as pertains to the handrail, missing? Short run , glass not to full bottom step, hence handrail, staircase going down only 1 side handrail. Code calls for 1 handrail on each side for staircases wide enough to accommodate more than 1 person side by side.
Really like this u clip attached to upright, thinking instead of u clip on bottom of glass, with welded 1/2 x2 inch bar stock. Perhaps use u clip on bottom as well as upright support. Barely see the u metal!
I don’t want the heavy look, might be the glass all the way to the lower railing on the floor, I definitely want glass up off the floor.
Nice looking glass attaching clips, but probably expensive. I definitely want glass up off deck by 6 inches top and bottom
Another mounting idea, cleaner than my double top spaced handrail, just uses glass clips attached to uprights, still spaced 6 inches each top and bottom of glass. My glass is finished all 4 sides.
Close to what I want, except I want the glass up off the deck by 6 inches, and a double top rail both of wood, lower handrail attaching to glass, the upper rail spaced 6 inches higher. Both rails are rectangular with metal 2x2 mounting the lower of the rails, the upper is continuous held attached to the upright by a inverted u that is inset into the upper rail and attached to rail upright with one screw on each side. The upright rail butts directly to the upper rail tightly.
I like the look of the railing, clean, w/o looking as an afterthought.
Looks like rectangular tube on I beam, with tack on handrail and glass . Nothing special on the support framing, but nice look. I’d like my tubing to be capped at corners, welded versus bolt together. Looks like an erector kit deck, could have been much nicer if railing concealed, or done with a weld on tab on outside versus thru bolted.
I think the sq tube above the door is designed to hold the concrete on both sides of the door from cracking, looks like an I beam on top of the concrete?
I like the deck rails, but want a top rail, and glass to go below deck surface on sides, ends up as in photo nice for water run off etc.
Would have looked better if rim was built from U channel or rectangular tube, instead of I beam. Deck rail looks messy too!
The glass doors I want, just not this wide!
Nice look on deck railing, expensive looking!
Would love to see the steelwork in this, similar to the idea for the deck at Piping Rock, very big span on the cantilevered corners. Look like they are floating...