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Who is the designer and his contact no?
note down the carpet design for annas room
Rich interiors. Amazing flooring. Love it.
Reminiscent of Arabic living area -minus the couch. Remove couch, add pillows against wall surrounding room.
arabic majlis1...Arabic artwork
Who is the interior designer can anybody help ?
it is a royal eastern design,just stunning
amount of money cannot buy a single farthing's worth of taste. Always good to remember when designing.
good interior design
I the interior...arab 1...arabic style...arabic majlis2
Winder Gibson Architects
Buena Vista House Bathroom
This new hillside home above the Castro in San Francisco was designed to act as a filter from the peaceful tress-lined street through to the panoramic view of the city and bay. A carefully developed rhythm structures the building, directing the visitor through the home with mounting drama. Each room
to the decks and view. Custom vine-like wrought-iron railing provide a counterpoint to the pure geometry of the rooms. Featured: California Home & Design magazine.
Middle East Design
Perfect Arabic dining!
Mediterranean Living Room
Very designer, would make a great lobby for a business.
arab stílus...Design wood work...Whole design...arabic majlis3
and the design of this room. It really captures the middle eastern look.
Design theme and grand scale of the room
Very Arabic and traditional
Middle eastern design
Living room with fireplace and ceiling mural
arabic sofa and table
Moroccan/Arabic influences! Love!
aamodt / plumb architects
Hamptons Beach House
by Zahner, www.azahner.com, and designed by us in collaboration with TowPoints.net.
Are you asking about the screens? If so, they were custom designed for this project.
Hi Katherine - these are custom designed and fabricated screens. We would be happy to design something unique for you as well
Shanashil (Arabic:مشربية or شناشيل) is the Arabic term given to a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second storey of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. The mashrabiy (sometimes shanshool or rushan) is an element of traditional Arabic architecture
be made in many different designs, to fit with local vernacular. Reminiscent of the traditional middle eastern wood lattice screens , "mousharabi" , these are manufactured and custom made of lazer-cut metal or wood panels. Moroccan Wood Lattice Screens - Jali pattern design Moroccan wood lattice screens