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Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
Woodsy appeal
Ideabooks294
Questions2
Thank you for your inquiry, this is an American Art Deco (1920's) Walnut table, we sourced it from a prop house auction.
How to Save on Art DecoBuy American pieces. Within art deco, there is a split between American and European schools. European pieces are uber-high-quality craftsmanship and constructed of fine materials; American-style pieces are more from the machine age. The latter have less art and less deco, explains
Loughrey, director of Los Angeles Modern Auctions. For this reason he prefers to call American pieces of this period American moderne.The artistry in European pieces makes them highly collectible and expensive. American work comes cheaper. Let's define "cheaper," though: Instead of paying $24,000 for a
“Basement” — kevin_woodman
AHMANN LLC
1 Review
View of Living Room
Ideabooks1,903
Questions8
If I recall correctly, the color is Benjamin Moore American White 2112-70.
If I recall correctly, the color is Benjamin Moore American White 2112-7
Walls are benjamin Moore Simply White or American White 2112-70
American white 2112-70
Bm American white...American white
“Rug” — tanieg
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks4,441
Questions3
Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower (Rudbeckia) An all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial
Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower(Rudbeckia)An all-American favorite, black-eyed Susan is beloved for its profuse flowering and easy growth. Ideal for informal, cottage and meadow gardens, this carefree perennial
“Blackened susans” — merrybshouse
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks5,292
Questions3
Blanket Flower (Gaillardia x grandiflora) Named for its resemblance to the vivid woven blankets of the American Southwest, this flower cloaks the garden in yellow, burgundy or rich red from midsummer into fall. Blanket flower prefers fertile, well-drained soil
Gordon Smith Landscape ArchitectureSaveEmail Blanket Flower (Gaillardia x grandiflora) Named for its resemblance to the vivid woven blankets of the American Southwest, this flower cloaks the garden in yellow, burgundy or rich red from midsummer into fall. Blanket flower prefers fertile, well-drained soil
Blanket Flower (Gaillardia x grandiflora)Named for its resemblance to the vivid woven blankets of the American Southwest, this flower cloaks the garden in yellow, burgundy or rich red from midsummer into fall. Blanket flower prefers fertile, well-drained soil, but it will tolerate poor, dry soil once
“long blooming blanket flower , flowers early summer to frosty winter.” — ardysgosch
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
10 Reviews
H45 Loft
Ideabooks9,140
Questions12
Who would think you could simply hang a long piece of fabric from a rod and create this kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern make the perfect foil for this largely neutral space.
Who would think you could simply hang a long piece of fabric from a rod and create this kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern make the perfect foil for this largely neutral space.Fabric: Forsa
“concrete floor for garage” — mhowren
Anthony Baratta LLC
COLORFUL
Ideabooks4,431
Questions9
attention to scale and proportion. In this living area, the strong zones of color help to buoy and balance one another: red wall, yellow chaise, orange sofa, blue and green rug. Take away any of these elements and
Style Secret: An Artful BalanceOne secret to combining a lot of strong colors in a space: Pay attention to scale and proportion. In this living area, the strong zones of color help to buoy and balance one another: red wall, yellow chaise, orange sofa, blue and green rug. Take away any of these elements
are colors that often run strongly through the Italian palette. These colors were also adopted by the Memphis Group — a group of Milan-based designers with a postmodernist aesthetic led by Ettore Sottsass in the 1980s. They mixed wood and metal, Perspex and vinyl, and strong colors — turquoise, red and
“Chair” — Melissa Pugh
Urban Oasis
7 Reviews
Cottage Garden Fusion
Ideabooks1,452
Questions2
plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses. Shown: New Zealand flax and pygmy date palm
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses. Shown: New Zealand flax and pygmy date palm
Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses.
6. Architectural plants. These types of plants have very distinct, strong forms — the perfect foil for classic and exuberant roses. Shown: New Zealand flax and pygmy date palm
“Great mixture” — John Rogers
usona
Sofa 01917
Ideabooks3,163
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Combine techniques. Using a combination of the above techniques creates a very strong design. This room is so expertly done and supports the art so uniquely. The large black rectangle of the art is found in the shape of the pillows and
Combine techniques. Using a combination of the above techniques creates a very strong design. This room is so expertly done and supports the art so uniquely. The large black rectangle of the art is found in the shape of the pillows and again in the pattern in the rug. Notice how the art is not centered
“Element; Lines Vertical lines provide a feeling of height, strength, and dignity.” — zen_living
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