California ContemporaryContemporary Entry, San Diego

Inspiration for a contemporary brown floor single front door remodel in San Diego with beige walls and a dark wood front door —  Houzz
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abraho wrote:Apr 6, 2014
  • rcis719

    Question about the niches. What if you want a larger niche, say floor to ceiling (or close to ceiling), and 5 feet wide? Basically for room expansion purposes. Is this a possibility?


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    Jackson Design & Remodeling

    Hi, Thank you for your question! Each project is unique, based on the existing structure. What you are describing sounds possible but we would always want to evaluate in person.

myriamlemal wrote:May 12, 2015
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling

    Hi - Thank you for your question! The bottom portion of the wall where niches are located is 148” by 108”. It continues up after the line you see above the niches and goes all the way to 168”.

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    LM Interior Design, LLC

    Hello & thank you in advance for your assistance. I am in the process of designing & specifying for a client & I'm interested in what type of light fixture you used to light the niches please. I'm trying to avoid using a driver or transformer, since that will require access. Any help or advice that you can provide would be most appreciated.

Reflection Homes wrote:Oct 9, 2014
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Hi - Thank you for asking! There is a groove against the wall - on the top of each niche - that houses the rope lighting.
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    Reflection Homes
    So helpful! This is a 2x4 niche frame mounted on the wall. I'm going to create a housing for the rope with at least an inch and a half of space from the wall to the niche base. Then make the housing 2" deep so the rope can be concealed and distribute light evenly. Correct me if I'm wrong. I'll post the results when done! :)
Claire Lacey wrote:Aug 12, 2014
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    Reflection Homes
    Seems to me that it's Slot lighting, where the rope or LED light isn't concealed.
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Hi - Thank you for your question! That is LED rope lighting.
titoforbes wrote:Jun 18, 2018
Phoenix Builders, Inc. wrote:Feb 3, 2016
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling

    Hi - Thank you for your question! An Emtek Roller catch keeps the door latched.

bharber2 wrote:Oct 3, 2015
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling

    Hi - Thank you for your question! The niche sizes are (starting from left top)

    • 19 ½” x 24”
    • 19 ½” x 10”
    • Bottom 41 ½” x19”
    • Top right 17” x 39”
terismith55 wrote:Feb 28, 2015
mlafraugh wrote:Jun 9, 2014
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    Jackson Design & Remodeling
    Hi - Thank you for your question. This door is custom made by Lancko. The window was created from a collection of the clients' beach glass, inserted in the window glass.

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Craftsmen's Guild Inc. added this to Puranik ProjectFeb 25, 2019

Contemporary style built in niches in Foyer. (i don't like this--tp)

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