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 http://www.jeffreypelliott.com/.My favorite part of this room (hard to choose) are the bright yellow settees. … Continue reading

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