Category Archives: built-in

Millwork and Architectural Details

I have a file on my hard drive called Millwork and Architectural Details that I realized I rarely share anything from, mostly because I use them for projects more than blogging.  Architectural details can be extremely time consuming and many … Continue reading

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Bunk Rooms

Bunk rooms were originally designed for travelers or temporary workers.  They were efficient spaces for sleeping, period.  In working on homes in Ski Resort towns, I found another purpose for these spaces.  Vacation homes frequently have these rooms for a … Continue reading

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Booths – Not Just for Diners

Below is a restaurant interior done by a wonderful Denver designer, Jeffrey Elliott.  He does amazing residential and commercial projects.  His portfolio can be seen at favorite part of this room (hard to choose) are the bright yellow settees. … Continue reading

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