5,030 Drama Home Design Photos

Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks2,351
Questions1
Black, adds drama to dull architecture.
To add drama. Take away the furnishings and finishes in this room, and you’ve got a pretty humble plasterboard box. The black ceiling
To add drama. Take away the furnishings and finishes in this room, and you’ve got a pretty humble plasterboard box. The black ceiling adds architectural interest where none existed and makes the space feel far more interesting.
5. To add drama. Take away the
Black ceiling - To add drama. The black ceiling adds architectural interest where none existed and makes the space feel far more interesting.
5. To add drama. Take away the furnishings and finishes in this room, and you’ve got a pretty humble plasterboard box. The black ceiling adds architectural interest where none existed and makes the space feel far more interesting.
“edgy” — leemiller
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
17 Reviews
Built-in Lighting
Ideabooks1,063
Questions1
led puck lights produce drama with areas of light and darkness
Puck lights under these bookshelves create pools of light and dark for drama and task lighting. Pucks tend to produce areas of brightness and darkness, whereas
lights under bookshelf creates pools of light and dark for drama and task lighting where as tape and strips produce an even distribution
Puck lights under these bookshelves create pools of light and dark for drama and task lighting. Pucks tend to produce areas of brightness
and dark for drama and task lighting. Pucks tend to produce areas of brightness and darkness, whereas LED tape and strips provide an even distribution of light.
LED PUC lights give more drama for light and
create pools of light and dark for drama and task lighting. Pucks tend to produce areas of brightness and darkness, whereas LED tape and strips provide an even distribution of light.
“puc lights up high too, and the high cove” — kaylarus
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks7,779
Questions6
use of multiple paper lanterns to create drama
multiples to create drama. Why it works: It’s a great way to light a long hallway. Paper lanterns offer gentle illumination and are inexpensive, so using several won’t break the bank.
This pop art–style installation recalls Andy Warhol’s effective use of multiples to create drama. Why it works: It’s
Repeat after me. This pop art–style installation recalls Andy Warhol’s effective use of multiples to create drama. Why it works: It’s a great way to light a long hallway. Paper lanterns offer gentle illumination and are inexpensive, so using several won’t break
Repeat after me. This pop art–style installation recalls Andy Warhol’s effective use of multiples to create drama. Why it works: It’s a great way to light a long hallway. Paper lanterns offer gentle illumination and are inexpensive, so using several won’t break
“lanterns” — vibekeboden
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6 Reviews
Sims Road
Ideabooks986
Questions1
Stairwells. A stairwell is the perfect place to add drama. Because it’s not an area you tend to linger in, you probably wouldn’t get tired of an oversize print. In this case vibrant
A stairwell is the perfect place to add drama. Because it’s not an area you tend to linger in, you probably wouldn’t get tired of an oversize print. In this case vibrant orange orchids line the
Stairwells. A stairwell is the perfect place to add drama. Because it’s not an area you tend to linger in, you probably wouldn’t get tired of an oversize print. In this case vibrant orange orchids line the
A stairwell is the perfect place to add drama. Because it’s not an area you tend to linger in, you probably wouldn’t get tired of an oversize print.
“Wallpaper” — babslogan
Tom Hurt Architecture
Taylor Slough Creek House_Entry
Ideabooks3,617
Questions4
Create drama. The most critical aspect missing from the average ranch is a little bit of drama. In my dreams, I give my ranch drama with turrets, chimneys and grand additions. In my reality, I am inspired by designs that inject drama into an average ranch. The wood plank wall, the modern portico and
“Entry/pergola” — hcussimanio
splyce design
Russet
Ideabooks2,201
Questions3
white oak treads project from the concrete wall at right but are not supported on the other end, defying gravity and adding drama to the ascent
dramatic staircase. The white oak treads project from the concrete wall at right but are not supported on the other end, defying gravity and adding drama to the ascent.
dramatic staircase. The white oak treads project from the concrete wall at right but are not supported on the other end, defying gravity and adding drama to the ascent.
“Front door, floor, stairs” — sonyasass
Edwin Pepper Interiors
1 Review
Luxury Condominium
Ideabooks7,508
Questions5
This is high drama all the way, in part because of the stark contrast between black and white.
This is high drama all the way, in part because of the stark contrast
This is high drama all the way, in part because of the stark contrast between black and white.
“Head board and trey ceiling” — dwilliams0247
Kathleen Bost Architecture + Design
Palo Alto remodel
Ideabooks1,556
Questions6
We chose dark floors and light-colored walls for drama,” says Bost. A bench doesn’t obstruct views of the fireplace but does provide seating for
“We chose dark floors and light-colored walls for drama,” says Bost...imagine this with red and blue from carpet
The drama and class between the light and dark
(you can glimpse it here behind the fireplace). Now the living room has much more natural light. “We chose dark floors and light-colored walls for drama,” says Bost. A bench doesn’t obstruct views of the fireplace but does provide seating for guests.
(you can glimpse it here behind the fireplace). Now the living room has much more natural light. “We chose dark floors and light-colored walls for drama,” says Bost. A bench doesn’t obstruct views of the fireplace but does provide seating for guests. This is where the owner entertains. Jonathan Lounge
“contemporary, traditional mix” — colorlover
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