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Meister Construction Ltd
I like the colors and would add more art vs textures in furniture (including rugs and pillows)
stack wood in Char`s office in the fireplace niche for an art effect
Log burner,tv, glass wall
Firewood as art...Glass door...wall art...glass wall
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
Love the many-pillow look, and the golden-framed glass-top coffee table. Such texture in the textiles.
This is a beautiful photo of a beautiful room. Wow, the whole presentation is a piece of art. Must look at other photos from this designer (making a note to come back here)...
Coffee table: brass finish, glass top, curved shape
rooms can, from time to time, lack fun and festive elements. Try adding a fur or flokati pillow for a whimsical twist. The formal, ultratraditional art and rugs in this space make it feel grown-up and chic, while the use of shine, pattern and texture add a shot of youthful energy.
Applegate Tran Interiors
Applegate Tran Interiors
simple flush lines of the elegant cabinetry create a harmonious rhythm set off by glass, which has been hand etched in a pattern of leaves and branches that mimic the trees visible through the windows. The patterned glass is also used in the pantry door, and allows light from pantry windows to enter the
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Art hung below chair rail. Paint color
put art "where it doesn't belong"
Use a chair rail to showcase a collection. Have a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood. The key to making this look like a collection rather than clutter is to be really strict about what you include — don’t use a
Use a chair rail to showcase a collectionHave a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood. The key to making this look like a collection rather than clutter is to be really strict about what you include — don’t use a
chair rail to showcase a collectionDo you have a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood. The key to making this look like a collection rather than clutter is to be really strict about what you include – don’t use a
London Bay Homes
Emilia at Matera at The Lake Club
archway. The rooms create nearly 900 sq. ft. of space for entertaining which seems even larger with the room’s voluminous 18-foot ceilings. Large glass sliding doors open the living and dining rooms seamlessly onto a large outdoor living area that includes a pool, summer kitchen, seating area and fireplace
Where can I get the art word? Thanks!
love this table, chairs, dark wood, pop of color orange in the art, palm green accents
Light area. Love the art adding colour.
Volz O'Connell Hutson
Austin Texas Residence
art deco kitchen. love cupboards and counter
soapstone counters, black/white, glass front cabinets
Geometric design has definitely enjoyed a revival. The rich colors and design of the flooring here would not have been out of place in the art deco age.
easy installation. Get creative with your installation by mixing tiles to create a dramatic pattern. If you don't like the idea of linoleum, look for art deco patterns in other materials — like the clay tile in this kitchen.
Bjornen Design, Holiday House Hamptons 2014
Tons of seating in a small area! Walls so interesting, like built in art!
love the wall color, art, and layout
underwater vibe created by blue wallpaper and fabric with movement, blue/green glass, sea shell and seahorse and the large photo - note the natural wood tone in the tables too
Paint & art...colors and art...blue glass