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Brilliant Built-Ins


Brilliant Built-Ins

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Attractive and efficient dressing area in master bedroom by design-build firm TerraCotta Studio in Atlanta, GA and Northern NJ.

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A nook in this living room by architect Ana Williamson houses a built-in daybed for seating during the day and acts as snug guest quarters by night with the curtains pulled shut.

Smart DIYers took advantage of the hidden square footage next to and behind the closet in a small child's bedroom. They tapped into an unused attic stairwell, to make room for a built-in twin bed with shelves at one end and below

7 Charming DIY Home Change-Ups on The Cheap

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A hinged section of this bookcase serves as a secret secondary entrance to the finished attic office.

Tattered 1920s Bungalow to Updated Gem

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Window seat love.

Bookshelves take advantage of a ceiling transition between the kitchen and living room. A rolling library ladder with platform was added to access them.

Tattered 1920s Bungalow to Updated Gem

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Double-decker built-in double beds. Perfect solution for people with large families or lots of friends who like to visit often.

Two rows of built-in beds with drawers underneath and bookshelves in place of headboards make the most of the long, narrow space in this Maine cottage children's sleep space.

25 Beautiful, Space-Saving Built-Ins

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Tucked into the wall along a staircase, this clever shelf space makes use of an often under-used area. The square shelf units mimic the stairs, and the backs are painted a seaglass hue, in keeping with the home's palette of turquoise, green, navy, and white.

25 Beautiful, Space-Saving Built-Ins

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DIY built-in bookshelves, window seat, and crown molding were added to this child's bedroom with awkward wall angles

Readers' Clever Upgrade Ideas That Wowed Us IV

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Why hide eaves behind walls when you can carve out usable spaces like the folks at Land's End Development did here with this handsome guest bed?

Land's End Development

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How cool is this secret passage? Living room shelving swings out to give access to an office. There's 200 square feet behind the fireplace you'd never know was there

Readers' Clever Upgrade Ideas That Wowed Us IV

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Tucked between wall studs and just below the eaves, a beadboard-lined, trimmed-out cubby provides a perfect spot for extra towels in a diminutive powder room.

How to Design a Cozy Cottage-Style Interior

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Why let a blank hallway go to waste when you can line it with your favorite literature? | Design by Coburn Architecture

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The niches flanking the cooking range in this kitchen are a handy spot for cookbooks and magazines

A 1940s House Makes a Fresh Start

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This wide room divider is thick enough to hold closets, their doors disguised with raised panels.

A Detail-Oriented Renovation and Addition

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The built-in cabinets at the top of the stairs hide a washer and dryer behind doors made with random-width planks that have decorative cutouts.

Backyard Garage Becomes Dreamy Guest Cottage

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A bracketed niche holds the microwave, while the built-in around the corner—crowned with a salvaged mantel—takes care of the TV in this garage-turned-guest cottage

Cabinets hide the washer and dryer in this laundry room.

A DIYer's Delight in a Colonial Revival Remodel

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This three-corner cupboard is original to the 1938 home and was revived with semigloss paint

A DIYer's Delight in a Colonial Revival Remodel

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Space-saving ironing boards! 6 Sources for Built-In Ironing Boards via Remodelista

Design Sleuth: 6 Sources for Built-In Ironing Boards: Remodelista

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This family room's traditional-look built-ins are loosened up with open shelves and cabinet doors with chicken-wire fronts for displaying favorite objects.

A Light-Filled and Detail-Rich Colonial Remodel

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A custom cabinet gives the refrigerator in this kitchen a sleek, built-in look.

Crowd-Pleasing Kitchen Makeover

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These homeowners carved out an accessory closet between the studs of an unused wall and lined it with a mirror to add high function to their dressing room. J. Korsbon Designs via houzz.com

Fremont Residence - Traditional - Closet - minneapolis - by J Korsbon Designs

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A built-in bookshelf between living room and dining room adds a sense of spaciousness while giving the separate areas distinct identities

A Whole-House Redo Becomes a Family Affair

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