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Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
Smithcliffs
Ideabooks3,108
Questions2
area is defined by a succession of small openings. Locating the apertures near a wall gives the light a surface to fall onto, adding another layer of visual interest.
skylights add visual interest on wall
area is defined by a succession of small openings. Locating the apertures near a wall gives the light a surface to fall onto, adding another layer of visual interest.
“Love it!” — rommelman
Patrick J. Baglino, Jr. Interior Design
7 Reviews
Portfolio Photographs - Room in Red
Ideabooks8,600
Questions6
Count to three. Decorating in triplicate is an old Renaissance trick. In this neutral room, the red and white cut velvet adds a dash of visual spice and moves the eye around the room, from ottoman to lampshade to pillows and back again.
decorating in triplicate; red/white pattern on ottoman, pillows, lampshade visually moves eye around room
Count to three. Decorating in triplicate is an old Renaissance trick. In this neutral room, the red and white cut velvet adds a dash of visual spice and moves the eye around the room, from ottoman to lampshade to pillows and back again.
“love set up” — rebacakes
Hufft Projects
2 Reviews
Heavy Metal
Ideabooks1,154
Questions1
and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior. This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether different look from that during the daytime. Snider says the level of openness on the perforated steel screens varies
and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior. This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether different look from that during the daytime.
sun and heat gain as well as maximize privacy from the exterior.This nighttime view of the front facade shows how the perforated steel skin becomes visually porous, offering an altogether different look from that during the daytime. Snider says the level of openness on the perforated steel screens varies
“Night Lighting Love” — petersenprojects
Donald Lococo Architects
8 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks3,381
Questions2
Hello! Thx for your question! It's the Studio Star 4 Light by a company called Visual Comfort. We were also the interior designers who helped the owners with selections like this one. This light felt fresh and the cast iron made it
Studio Star 4 Light by Visual Comfort
examine the beautiful patina and axe marks on the hand-hewn rafters.Chair: Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, Restoration Hardware; light fixture: Visual Comfort
disposition met parfaitement en valeur les poutres anciennes et leur patine.Chaise : Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair, Restoration Hardware ; luminaire : Visual Comfort
“Stair not at front” — awilliams110128
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Designer Goes Retro
Ideabooks5,407
Questions8
In a room that abounds with wood, like this one, a high-gloss kelly green mantel is unexpected and offers just the right amount of visual relief. Imagine if the mantel were wood instead, or even white. The whole tone of the room would have been ponderous — heavy — rather than fun and
painted window. In a room that abounds with wood, like this one, a high-gloss kelly green mantel is unexpected and offers just the right amount of visual relief. Imagine if the mantel were wood instead, or even white. The whole tone of the room would have been ponderous — heavy — rather than fun and
In a room that abounds with wood, like this one, a high-gloss kelly green mantel is unexpected and offers just the right amount of visual relief. Imagine if the mantel were wood instead, or even white. The whole tone of the room would have been ponderous — heavy — rather than fun and fresh
“insert” — grammadyan
Saus Design
Sumatrastraat
Ideabooks3,447
Questions5
inspires you to do your job. Leave a blank section of wall that can be filled with ideas as they develop. The pinup area could be a framed space for visual thinking. By locating this in your office space, you’re categorizing the tasks as work related, as opposed to writing them down in a notebook that
inspires you to do your job. Leave a blank section of wall that can be filled with ideas as they develop. The pinup area could be a framed space for visual thinking. By locating this in your office space, you’re categorizing the tasks as work related, as opposed to writing them down in a notebook that
inspires you to do your job. Leave a blank section of wall that can be filled with ideas as they develop. The pin-up area could be a framed space for visual thinking. By locating this in your office space, you’re categorising the tasks as work related, as opposed to writing them down in a notebook that
“idea for drafting table and work table” — Ariel Jackson
Elad Gonen
1 Review
lanfsdcape
Ideabooks2,710
Questions0
ing the background. One has the sense that the vegetated border is the real guard. With the foreground lit at night, it’s a particularly effective visual trick.
good visual of small bed space to work with
ing the background. One has the sense that the vegetated border is the real guard. With the foreground lit at night, it’s a particularly effective visual trick.
“Nice big balcony w/ flowers make a good setting to the background!” — Lisaa Chung
Three Legged Pig Design
5 Reviews
Pied-a-Terre
Ideabooks2,322
Questions3
5. Sparkling concrete floors in San Francisco. Terrazzo Crete, a custom-made polished concrete, provides just the right amount of visual texture in this space — exposed aggregates and fragments shimmer in the sunlight.
Sparkling concrete floors in San Francisco. Terrazzo Crete, a custom-made polished concrete, provides just the right amount of visual texture in this space — exposed aggregates and fragments shimmer in the sunlight.
Sparkling concrete floors in San Francisco. Terrazzo Crete, a custom-made polished concrete, provides just the right amount of visual texture in this space — exposed aggregates and fragments shimmer in the sunlight. See more of this kitchen
the countertop to help visually expand the space. A 1-inch step in the ceiling gives the kitchen and dining area a subtle sense of definition.
“simple white cabinets, low profile stainless pulls, concrete floors, white walls” — aaronpnelson
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