752 Anne B. Peabody Home Design Photos

Doban Architecture
New Jersey Master Suite Renovation
Ideabooks34
Questions0
wall artwork: Anne B. Peabody. Cherry Blossom design in oil colours over hand-applied sterling liver leaf. furnishings: bed from A Rudin; Grange nightstands à la Louis XVI; 1940's Crystal Lamps with shantung silk shades (shop find); hardware from House of Antique Hardwares to match original hardware
“Tree design and color!” — jbmitchell73
Doban Architecture
New Jersey Master Suite Renovation
Ideabooks20
Questions0
wall artwork: Anne B. Peabody. Cherry Blossom design in oil colours over hand-applied sterling liver leaf. furnishings: bed from A Rudin; Grange nightstands à la Louis XVI; 1940's Crystal Lamps with shantung silk shades (shop find); hardware from House of Antique Hardwares to match original hardware
“Tree design” — jbmitchell73
Doban Architecture
New Jersey Master Suite Renovation
Ideabooks32
Questions0
wall artwork: Anne B. Peabody. Cherry Blossom design in oil colours over hand-applied sterling liver leaf. furnishings: bed from A Rudin; Grange nightstands à la Louis XVI; 1940's Crystal Lamps with shantung silk shades (shop find); hardware from House of Antique Hardwares to match original hardware
“Beautiful mural” — stamith
Doban Architecture
New Jersey Master Suite Renovation
Ideabooks8
Questions0
Anne B. Peabody
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
34 Reviews
small bathroom design in former closet by Bay Area remodeling contractor
Ideabooks10,975
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Half bathroom with table style vanity that was fabricated in our exclusive Bay Area cabinet shop. Ann Sacks Clodagh Shield tiled wall adds interest to this very small powder room that had previously been a hallway closet.
Thanks ANN SACKS for sleuthing the tile model. We just love our projects that feature ANN SACKS tile. Here's another one by the same interior designer: http://www.billfryconstruction.com/portfolio/b
don't know. The colors in my photos are not true. This compact powder room used to be a hallway closet - pretty cool isn't it? The back wall tile is ANN SACKS Collection, Clodagh Shield http://www.annsacks.com/onlinecatalog/program.jsp?cat=268004&coll=268204&prg=1207404 so you could try finding a paint
“2” — ulika
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks485
Questions2
no shower head -- the tile pattern, which I think is what you are reading as a curtain is the end wall above the tub -- it is a tile mural pattern by Ann Sacks - part of the Sakura line. It is tagged with the URL in the image you looked at originally. There is a mirror above the splash that butts into
Hi - The vanity goes to the floor -- it is set on a 3.5" recessed base. The cabinet maker was: William Guba & Associates 2534 Magnolia Street, Suite B Oakland, CA 94607 - wguba@sbcglobal.net or Call for an appointment: 510 832-2822 They do lovely work -- and have a really thorough shop drawing process
I like this Ann Sacks waves tile as a possible for the east wall of the master bath if there are other color options.
“cool tile” — Becky Christner
Jenny Baines, Jennifer Baines Interiors
6 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks6,558
Questions14
The Medina line is Mosaic House's hand made mosaic tiles (made in Morocco) for Ann Sacks. The tiles used are called R'ceef 17 (Sky Blue) in our line and shown with the Kmarshoun C mosaic border in Sky Blue & White. BTW: We love
Ann sacks 2x2 terra cotta tiles
tiles ann sacks, medina line, mosaic house hand made, r'ceef 17 (sky
he Medina line is Mosaic House's hand made mosaic tiles (made in Morocco) for Ann Sacks. The tiles used are called R'ceef 17 (Sky Blue)
“sink lights” — joannloschiavo
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Wetmore Residence
Ideabooks10,599
Questions18
rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc. http://www.annmorrisantiques.com/pot_racks It is not an antique pot rack. It is a newly manufactured product made in the USA. It is custom made.
This pot rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc. http://www.annmorrisantiques.com/pot_racks
This pot rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc
This pot rack must be from Ann Morris Antiques in NY. Urban Archaeology also makes some very nice ones, in addition to Howard Kaplan, but the Ann Morris pot rack has been my favorite for years.
Expensive potrack from Ann Morris. Could it be duplicated via a piping/plumbing company?
“wide soffit w/ crown” — Tricia Stacy, ASID
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