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Michele Lee Willson Photography
Houseplans.com Modern Ranch
Ideabooks3,496
Questions2
Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They
Incorporate the five elements Don’t stop with pot plants – to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They are:
Incorporate 5 elements: water, earth, fire
Incorporate the five elements. Don’t stop with potted plants — to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They
4. Incorporate the five elementsDon’t stop with pot plants – to really embrace nature in your home, make sure all five elements are represented. They are:
ZuhauseBlumentöpfe allein sind da nicht genug. Achten Sie darauf, dass alle Elemente vorhanden sind: Wasser (zum Beispiel in Form von Bildern, einem kleinen
“Wooden Hearth” — nicolageorge
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks5,835
Questions6
Aim to include the five elements in each room. While it is not necessary to literally incorporate the five elements (water, wood, fire, earth and
and metal), try to bring something that represents the elements into your space. For instance, glass or a mirror can stand in for water, a candle or lamp
lamp for fire, and ceramics for earth. A room with all five elements present will feel more comfortable and well balanced.
I like the clean lines with more comfortable elements, such as a kilim rug.
Aim to include the five elements in each room. While it is not necessary to literally incorporate the five elements (water, wood, fire, earth and
Aim to include the five elements in each roomWhile it is not necessary to literally incorporate the five elements (water, wood, fire, earth and metal)
“Stove” — tege33
Sethbennphoto
2 Reviews
Cabin Up North
Ideabooks1,207
Questions2
scale element that establishes how comfortable we feel in an indoor-outdoor space. Here’s it’s aligned naturally with the top of the door, an element whose
less protective than typical porches, pergolas make excellent transition elements between interior and exterior. Here one reduces the perceived scale of
scale element that establishes how comfortable we feel in an indoor-outdoor space. Here’s it’s aligned naturally with the top of the door, an element whose
less protective than typical porches, pergolas make excellent transition elements between interior and exterior. Here one reduces the perceived scale of
h.Die obere Begrenzung eines Raums ist ein wichtiges architektonisches Element, das darüber entscheidet, ob wir uns an einem Ort wohlfühlen. Hier hat sich
“Inside-Out” — itsjamiesturn
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Bench in front of a pond at early fall
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have of the bench from elsewhere in the yard. Consider a view of a water element or vegetable garden, or position a bench at the end of a winding path that
have of the bench from elsewhere in the yard. Consider a view of a water element or vegetable garden, or position a bench at the end of a winding path that
“Pond” — farhaafreen
Jessica Risko Smith Interior Design
6 Reviews
Goleta Residence
Ideabooks16,874
Questions16
theme. White cabinets, the shiitake mushroom countertop and the Lycian elemental Myra kragos cream backsplash. Just one word of caution - the backsplash
others get this information through this reply. The tile is by Lycian Elemental Stone Collection, Myra Color, Kragos mosaic pattern. Thanks for your inquiry
others get this information through this reply. The tile is by Lycian Elemental Stone Collection, Myra Color, Kragos mosaic pattern. Thanks for your inquiry
Lycian elemental Stone Collection, Myra color, kragos pattern, cream backsplash
Lycian Elemental Stone Collection, Myra Color, Kragos mosaic pattern.
Backsplash: Lycian Elemental Stone Collection, Myra Color
Lycian elemental tile myrs kragos mocha caesarstone
“Splash” — Charlene Hanaway Bartlinski
Robert Young Architects
Deck
Ideabooks950
Questions3
overhead architectural element. I personally like the diversity of a lower solid wall element combined with an upper, more open element. The wind-screening
balance the overhead architectural element. diversity of a lower solid wall element combined with an upper, more open element. The wind-screening capability
has been split, leaving some wall to balance the overhead architectural element.
overhead architectural element. I personally like the diversity of a lower solid wall element combined with an upper, more open element. The wind-screening
“Railing” — mikebri
Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Kitchen1
Ideabooks9,616
Questions16
the most important elements of the design that clients generally overlook? Erica Islas: Lighting is one of the most important elements of design and is
counters would look washed out. By pairing these design elements with a deep navy, each element gets a chance to be noticed and appreciated.
3. Use a dark wall color to highlight the other design elements in the room. With any other color on these walls, the stunning cabinetry
“Ebony” — sabrabearden
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks6,715
Questions7
unsightly elements. "Built-ins can be a great way to hide bulkheads, mechanical shafts and all sorts of necessary but unattractive structural elements," Meisels
from dominating the scheme and add symmetry. They also hide unsightly elements. ‘Built-in units can be a great way to hide partition walls, wiring and
and plugs and all sorts of necessary but unattractive structural elements,’ Meisels says. ‘The unit on the left hides a plumbing pipe while the unit on the
the lime green ottomans and bold armchairs. Here’s where the whimsical element comes into play and the more feminine touches,’ she says.Chairs: Mitchell
“Layout” — chouse80
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