22,053 african sculpture Home Design Photos

Platinum Building Group
2 Reviews
Shelley St Elwood
Ideabooks4,670
Questions6
If we add this "visible means of support" sculptural element under the table, and cloak the actual support i-beam in mirrors, the table will be a real "Wow!" factor. Also, a sculptural piece similar to this will fit nicely into our Art Nouveau flavor.
The beautiful custom wood base of this island serves as a sculptural element as well as a functional support. The slender V-shape base provides good countertop support but also allows for plentiful knee space.
Kathryn PeltierPeltier has gathered a beautiful group of alternatives to the usual island seating. This sculptural eating extension was also one of the neatest ideas I saw on Houzz this week. Full story: Get More Island Legroom With a Smart Table Base
“future” — alambyjr
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
3 Reviews
Woodland Residence
Ideabooks3,613
Questions5
Steel sculpture made by local steel fabricator
what is that metal sculpture in the fireplace?! very unique
Great gas fireplace, but needs glass enclosure. Custom fabricated steel sculpture make an artistic statement.
Fireplace sculpture
“omg” — rbrowers1
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
Santa Monica
Ideabooks274
Questions0
The sculpture and fountain in the back
sculpture, pots and wall
Outdoor Design...SAMs fountain...outdoor sculpture.
outdoor sculpture
“Black pots - mismatched planting” — sparkls75
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks742
Questions0
The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge. This bridge over a dry creek bed is a clear point of departure
because this is the point of departure for the ensuing journey. The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge.
because this is the point of departure for the ensuing journey. The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge. This bridge over a dry creek bed is a clear point of departure
“Garden pagoda lantern” — jfd1
Jeff Luth - Soldano Luth Architects
3 Reviews
hallway2
Ideabooks318
Questions0
Large sculpture juxtaposed against front window
Sculpture in front of window
sculpture next to windows
If you have a room full of windows and don't want to place furniture against them, add a large sculpture for a very interesting, inviting presence.
“horse” — jsatt211
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
3 Reviews
Fisher Road Residence
Ideabooks635
Questions1
I really don't know where the client purchased this sculpture. I will reach out to them and ask….
Wonderful rock sculpture.
STACKED STONE SCULPTURE
“approach and entry” — glesieutre
Taylor Hannah Architect Inc
St.Thomas
Ideabooks1,575
Questions6
like the lamps, art on walls, sculpture and the finished look
Neutral palette with interesting wall paint. Sculpture
lamps, artwork, sculpture, finished look
metal sculpture and painting also
metal sculpture
“Decor” — bin3uae
Butler Armsden Architects
2 Reviews
A Wurster Revival
Ideabooks692
Questions1
Houzz Tour: Artistically Reimagining a San Francisco Wurster Photo 5 of 15 The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable from the entry; it was inspired by the owner's trips to Australia. Tadelakt plaster forms its contours; it's topped by a
Craft #3 Tadelakt plaster The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable from the entry; it was inspired by the owner's trips to Australia. Tadelakt plaster forms its contours; it's topped by a
The team and the homeowner worked together on the design of this sculptural kitchen island, viewable from the entry; it was inspired by the owner's trips to Australia. Tadelakt plaster forms its contours; it's topped by a
“What the hell?” — lmasulis
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