2,269 Human Emotions Home Design Photos

Nest Architectural Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Living Room
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It needs to relate to human scale, not the structure’s scale.
average human eye level is 57 inches.) Where the ceilings soar, there might be a tendency to hang the art higher. It needs to relate to human scale, not
art work should be hung around human eye level--57 inches. Don't follow the structure but scale to the human scale.
midline (centre) each piece 57 inches to 60 inches from the floor. The average human eye level is 57 inches......
(center) of each piece is 57 inches to 60 inches from the floor. (The average human eye level is 57 inches.) And you should do the same. In a room like this
be a tendency to hang the art higher. But remember: It needs to relate to human scale, not the structure’s scale.If you’re not sure, take a picture. It’s
Average human eye level is 57 inches
“White walls, large artwork” — brentandsarahstevens
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
55 Reviews
Iron Shade Arbor
Ideabooks1,113
Questions1
cut from the metal are the source of the structure’ powerful visual and emotional impact. During the day, sunlight shines down and highlights columns, furniture
with a comforting wall of living greenery that comforts the thoughts and emotions.
chairs. The patio is ornamented with a blend of ornamental grass, a small human figurine sculpture, and mid-level impact ground cover. Gravel was chosen
ornamental grasses, a large flowering bush, another sculpture in the form of human faces, and foxtail ferns that spring up from a spread of river rock that
cut from the metal are the source of the structure’ powerful visual and emotional impact. During the day, sunlight shines down and highlights columns, furniture
“Trellis screen” — c.a. geldmacher, inc
Designing Solutions
68 Reviews
Sports Themed Media Room
Ideabooks12,423
Questions19
mechanism for evoking our emotions, and he’s seen firsthand how having your own space, decorated by you alone, can positively affect emotional well-being. “It’s
psychologically for everyone. “Space is very important for regulating emotions,” says Sam Gosling, a University of Texas at Austin psychology professor
regulate my emotions,’” Gosling says. “Man caves are the architectural equivalent to hanging out with your mates."So you see? We are fragile emotional beings
regulate my emotions’,” says Gosling. “Man caves are the architectural equivalent to hanging out with your mates.”So you see? We are fragile emotional beings
the guy is aware of it or not. And it's especially vital if the guy's emotional needs aren’t being met in other spaces. (Sorry, honey, but that fake moss
“Sala completa” — Susana Stanley
Sarah Greenman
2 Reviews
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Ideabooks2,383
Questions6
necessity. During the 1950s much of the world was depleted financially and emotionally. But spirits were high. Good seemed to have triumphed over evil, and the
that came about were simple and therefore timeless. There was "also an emotional rebellion to the ornament that was prevalent at the time,” Peteran says
Simple Times Call for Simple DesignsOK, so since the dawn of human civilization, we have looked to the past for inspiration. But that doesn’t
“Umbo shelving!” — Alicia Cross
Ernesto Santalla PLLC
15 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks3,210
Questions4
scents to your bedroom, and your dreams will be suffused with positive emotions.
scents to your bedroom, and your dreams will be suffused with positive emotions.
“Flower arrangement” — Sarah S
Trunk Creative Ltd.
3 Reviews
loft apartment London
Ideabooks2,149
Questions5
tea and cake (or a glass of champagne) when you’re done! Going through emotionally charged mementos may be best done alone, but when you’re done, it helps
to Beat ThemSimple Pleasures: Your Home Is Your ChâteauTell us: What emotionally charged objects are you having a hard time letting go of (even though
“Book stand” — edwin2181
Landing Design & Development
Ferry Rd
Ideabooks813
Questions1
With something like this, just make sure guests know not to sit in the no-human zone.
With something like this, just make sure guests know not to sit in the no-human zone. See more of this house
With something like this, just make sure guests know not to sit in the no-human zone.See more of this houseArt: Laura Alexander
“Brick” — panchurra
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks7,516
Questions4
Where would you get a human target picture?
Faux deer head / antlers and human target
this black-and-white arrangement. Also having the faux deer head next to a human target is one of those things that make you say "hmmmm."
framed human target silhoutte
“Black and white” — janehamersley
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