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Reclaimed Oak Flooring Provided by Reclaimed DesignWorks

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hanlinlin wrote:Sep 10, 2013
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    sorry. We only have information on the flooring for this space
  • R Kelley
    great idea, except make deep shelves wide enough for art board, canvas storage
bgalyardt wrote:Oct 17, 2012
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    Reclaimed DesignWorks
    Pretty sure these are custom made shelves. We did the flooring here. Not sure who did the shelves, but if we can find out, I'll let you know. Thanks
  • bgalyardt
    thank you
dooley01 wrote:Aug 3, 2013
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    Hi dooley01. We only did the flooring in this photo. Sorry, but we don't have information on the lights.
Contour A Closet wrote:Sep 21, 2012
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    If by "back panel" you are referring to the beadboard used behind the shelves and in the wainscoting the answer is yes. If that's not the answer you are looking for please clarify your question. Thanks!
kathybrix50 wrote:Sep 21, 2012
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    Reclaimed DesignWorks
    Hello, this floor is Reclaimed Antique Oak. The floor is finished with a flat poly so the color is the natural patina of the wood. Let us know if you have any other questions!
Joyce McClain wrote:Sep 20, 2012
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    Reclaimed DesignWorks
    We did the flooring which is a Reclaimed Antique Oak. Not really sure about the paint and light fixtures. Sorry. If I can find out, I'll post it.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

shawngauthier
Shawn Gauthier added this to 9 Tips to Turn an Attic Into a Boutique ClosetSep 11, 2012

Be sure built-ins are tall enough. Sloped ceilings can cause some height issues, so be sure you can access built-ins without bumping your head. “I advise applying the same the code height for doorways, which is 6 feet, 8 inches to 7 feet, when creating built-ins,” says Schold. “This assures safety when walking around and up to drawers, shelves, hanging clothes etc.”Don’t forget: Energy efficiency is important for attic spaces. The temperature of your space should be comfortable for you and for proper storage of various items. “Calling in the heat and air guys for their opinions, suggestions and bids should be done up front,” says Schold. “Energy-efficient ideas could alter other plans and be costly down the road if not done correctly off the bat.”

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tess_k28
Tess added this to Vanity/dressing Room7 days ago

Split lengthwise w glass grid panel wall down the middle

rondahaashuntze
rondahaashuntze added this to Dormer and attic room treatmentsMar 31, 2019

Be sure built-ins are tall enough. Sloped ceilings can cause some height issues, so be sure you can access built-ins without bumping your head. “I advise applying the same the code height for doorways, which is 6 feet, 8 inches to 7 feet, when creating built-ins,” says Schold. “This assures safety when walking around and up to drawers, shelves, hanging clothes etc.”

hneujahr
Hollie Neujahr added this to 2018 Victorian RemodelAug 4, 2018

office/hallway - some with doors?

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