Side Profiles?

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Re: Side Profiles?

Postby Wolfgang92025 » Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:11 pm

Don't know who I missed this one........

Design is out of the design library. 2&2 high.


Signature shows after it as mostly done

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Re: Side Profiles?

Postby kscmpr54 » Wed Mar 04, 2020 7:21 pm

The 2+2High is one of my favorites out of the design library.
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Re: Side Profiles?

Postby Aguyfromohio » Thu Mar 05, 2020 10:29 am

Here's our side profile.
It's taller than most teardrops, and has the return curve on the tail end.

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Re: Side Profiles?

Postby tony.latham » Thu Mar 05, 2020 11:10 am

Nothing like an old thread coming back to life with my second cup of coffee on a blue-sky morning to motivate me to add my thoughts.

Here are my first and last builds. They're similar.


I don't roll the front in because I have storage under the headboard (of both) and a bottom curve would inhibit that space. Besides, I mount a flat-backed tongue box up there.

Here's Burning Woman's profile and details --and a shot of the headboard storage:


With her, I brought the galley profile out about 6" and back in to allow the countertop to be within 5" of the end of the floor ––and to give me enough space to install the stove at 90º.

Here's the "old" galley in Flash:


And the new galley:


I always thought the Benroy profile did a great job of galley access. :thumbsup:


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