Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.Traditional Basement, DC Metro

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dk_nguyen wrote:Jan 8, 2013
  • Zainab Rummana K Rasheedali
    he flooring is hickory. Thanks for your interest! www.hendelhomes.com
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Michael O'Hearn from Case Design/Remodeling was the project designer.

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    Hello,
    We spoke with Architectural Ceramics today (where we purchase most of our ceramic/glass/porcelain/stone) and they recommend that if you want a similar look to go with a 12x24 Limestone.

    Architectural Ceramics Web Site: http://www.architecturalceramics.com/


    We hope this helps! Please let us know if you would like more information or have any further questions.
    Thank you,
    Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
drtrc wrote:Aug 27, 2011
  • Becky Harris
    I think this is a Dash and Albert Rug - if you sort through the pictures it is tagged in one or two of them. I'll try to get the rest tagged when I have a moment.
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Sorry we do not know where the client purchased the rug.

    - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Oleh Unhuryan wrote:Apr 12, 2014
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Hello. Feel free to reach out to our local supplier, Norwood Marble & Granite, supply most of our granite/countertops and they may be able to help you in finding ways for your leftover granite. Thanks!
janeschroer wrote:Mar 9, 2014
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Hi! Thank you for your interest. A local supplier, Norwood Marble & Granite, supply most of our granite/countertops. Because color names can vary by supplier, check with your local granite company! Please let us know if you have any further questions.
katiewessel wrote:Jan 4, 2014
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Hello. Thank you for your interest. Most of our cabinetry is provided by Crystal Cabinets. You can check out their website at: http://crystalcabinets.com/. Their website has great information about door styles, woods and finishes. Because products are discontinued and names change over time, I would take a look at all the great information on their website! Please let us know if you have any further questions.
buttercup80 wrote:Jun 10, 2013
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    Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
    Sorry, the client decided to do the painting on their own. We do not know the name of the paint color.

    - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.

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nejacobs
Nicole Jacobs added this to How to Recycle Your Kitchen CabinetsApr 3, 2017

Option 3: Repurpose Your CabinetsIf you have a large kitchen with a lot of cabinets, you may be able to find a useful spot for them elsewhere in your home. Consider the following ways to use your old cabinets to augment your storage capacity. And enjoy saving money since — thanks to your clever reusing — you won’t have to purchase storage bins.1. Create basement storage. Installing some of your leftover kitchen cabinetry in your basement is a great way to add extra storage. Consider painting them or adding trim to make them look built-in.

sallyaugustin
Design With Science added this to How to Make a Room Easier on the EyesOct 8, 2013

Paint cabinet doors the same color as your walls. Your cabinets will disappear into your walls if both are the same color. That means your eyes need to process less as they roam around. (Note: The cabinets and walls don't need to be white, just the same color.)

becky
Becky Harris added this to Basement of the Week: Guests Get a Cottage-Like StayApr 23, 2013

Originally, there were five different ceiling heights down here. Now they are 7-feet, 1-inch high, except the lower portions covering the ductwork, which are about 6 feet, 8 inches high. The white paint and recessed lighting make them feel higher.

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Goodnight, Irene: It's Time to Reclaim Your BasementSep 1, 2011

There's always the ubiquitous water meter, electrical panel, etc. So integrate built-ins with these requirements to get a custom, seamless look.

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kristie318 added this to basementNov 5, 2018

Washer and dryer behind those doors

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Alice Hansen added this to Master ShowerAug 25, 2018

Cupboards under folding table for laundry

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