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Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
Ideabooks659
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Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company Save to Ideabook Email Photo Repeat shapes and colors. The round shape of the Moorish-style glass pendant light is repeated in the round Saarinen dining table, and its blue-green color is repeated in the striped rug, tying the room together.
Repeat shapes and colors. The round shape of the Moorish-style glass pendant light is repeated in the round Saarinen dining table, and its blue-green color is repeated in the striped rug, tying the room together.
light in color and roller chairs
Repeat shapes and colors. The round shape of the Moorish-style glass pendant light is repeated in the round Saarinen dining table, and its blue-green color is repeated in the striped rug, tying the room together.
“Office table and chairs” — ngierke
Thompson Custom Homes
7 Reviews
Wilding
Ideabooks6,869
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where did the light fixtures come from i love them!
The Light Fixtures are from Baker
cabinets on either side of the Industrial-style open shelving disguise the fridge and pantry; and an extra-special touch is added with the shapely glass pendant lighting.
white cabinets, glass, brick
Lights, beams and lovely cupboards.
pendant lights...Patti-island lights
“Beams in kitchen with brick” — mikeandneisa
Works Photography Inc.
Works Photography Inc.
Ideabooks2,864
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Glass Tile Splash to Compliment Shower Accent
Like the glass mosaic tiles
Asian theme with porcelain tiles, white lacquered cabinets and turquoise glass tile. The painting is Roblin's "Spa" from his "Wallseries."Sink and soaking tub: Duravit; mirror and glass-enclosed shower: Victoria Glass; vanity lighting: Artemide
Glass tile...like glass mosaic...Shower glass...bathroom lighting...glass shower...vanity lighting
“Baño” — apelmac
Mihaly Slocombe
4 Reviews
Hill House
Ideabooks1,867
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The en suite, with morning light streaming in from above. Photo by Emma Cross
Vanity. Contrast light and dark. Natural light.
Use of mirrors and glass to expand dimensions; nice wood tone; slab unobtrusive doors
Light streams into the ensuite from above. The bathroom, much like the other rooms in the house, is designed to be as practical as it is stylish. Not only does the glass allow light to flow through – accented only by wooden fittings – but the
“Floors” — trisherriah
CARNEMARK
6 Reviews
See the Light
Ideabooks2,407
Questions4
Where did you get the shower glass? Is it custom etched after the fact or can I get it like that?
Where can I purchase this lighting ?
We got the shower glass from a local glass company - it is etched. I recommend calling your local glass company!
e make Contemporary Stained Glass Lighting and Art and we make similar lighting called the Squill and/or the Mist. We customize color and sizes. Visit our website at http://www.lightinart
The wall on left in tile, the lights and overall design.
Lights. Dig Light In Art e make Contemporary Stained Glass Lighting and Art and we make similar lighting called the Squill and/or the Mist. We customize color
thin Wall for separation. Light and dark tiles
“bathroom floor n wall tiles” — royhome
Four Corners Construction, L.P.
STonehedge Exteriors
Ideabooks4,890
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Lighting with shadows forming an arrow to mantle
When one decides to clad a tall fireplace in copper, it dominates the room. Here it is balanced by high ceilings, glass and light walls.
glass house
“Copper” — Fincon, Inc.
Godrich Interiors
London
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yards and specialist shops. The delicate glass pendant lights in the dining area were a bargain find and were originally designed for a church. ‘We’ve deliberately kept this area quite informal,’ says Megan. ‘There’s lots of space for the children, but the lights can also be dimmed so, in the evening,
it can be transformed into a more formal dining area,’ she says. The chairs are vintage Ercol, and the wall lights are also a vintage find.
“Simple” — samurphy22
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks2,790
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The L-shaped house mixes wood, glass and cement. A large wall of glass lets light flood into the living room and connects the space to the outdoors, but a wood-screened courtyard in front prevents it from feeling exposed to the street. The home was built in 1957 for the Devney family. It remained in
“Mcm roof line” — kemnyc
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