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Sean Michael Design
Transitional Family Room
I love the wall art. Where do you get wall art like this - love! Such an inspirational room.
where did the wall art come from?
Love, love, love the art. Would fit my living room perfectly. Your design makes the room visually interesting and appealing.
I love the art work on the wall. hard for me to tell what the material is? is it fabric, painted?? thanks
stone hearth for family room and kitchen
orange with teal cushions and art
I like the art in this picture and the colors and patterns
Wall art idea for family room
“artwork” — nat121
Michelle Salz-Smith, ASID, CID @ Studio Surface
7 Reviews
Michelle Salz-Smith, ASID, CID
A very colorful, art driven living room in the Denver Tech Center. This is a project that I worked on with my previous employer where I was Design Lead & Project Manager/Designer.
Where can I find the art work?
I love the wall art but i couldn't find the "reputable art framer" it.
purchased this piece for this particular client through a "trade only" vendor. However, you can customize any poster print by going to a reputable art framer / dealer and having them apply the poster to a masonite board or similar and then cut to whatever shape you like! . If you would like us to help
maternity leave for a while but am back. Another Houzz follower inquired about this piece: You can customize any poster print by going to a reputable art framer / dealer and having them apply the poster to a masonite board and then cut to whatever shape you like! Something like this would cost approximately
“Art work” — kulveen
Art Shed
Any "ballpark" costs you're willing to share, I am going to build a small art studio/office. Thank you, Mark Monroe mkm2056@gmail.com
arts and crafts room
Craft and garden shed
Art Shed...Art Shed...Shed craft room...arts village...Make art...art studio shed
“Would I want to make my work bench my desk?” — kimbod
Osborne Architects
1 Review
Baer Retreat
fold out table for small kitchen
I like this for a craft table in the guest craft combo room
Drop down kitchen table as alternative eating space. One in photo is custom
Pull-out / fold-away table for kitchen
Drop down door/table conceals crafting items when up and use for table/cutting board when down
Table-cum-shelving unitWe all know the importance of storage in a busy kitchen, so this clever shelving unit with an attached timber table is effective and stylish. Beautifully crafted, the table can be folded away – a gentle nod to the classic picnic table.
steps away, the 900-square-foot beige cottage makes for a cozy guesthouse with a small kitchen, a bathroom, a living room, a porch and a bedroom. A built-in Douglas fir table takes up minimal space in this kitchen, folding up into the wall. Wood salvaged from a whiskey warehouse in Kentucky — complete
“Mesa acompanhando armário aberto” — Izabela Alves
Tim Andersen Architect
7 Reviews
Dining room restored
with MDF wainscot below. Leaded glass china cabinet doors are new, by craftsman James McKeown. We added arch in bay window and widened opening to kitchen. Benjamin Moore colors are "Confederate Red" and "Atrium White." Light fixtures are antiques, and furniture reproductions. David Whelan photo
Please tell us the two colors featured in this room. I'm interested for my new kitchen.
Arts & Crafts reproduction furniture remains popular and there are many shops, large and small, who produce it. Not sure which source table and chairs came from
online listing of A&C manufacturers with links to their websites: http://artsandcraftshomes.com/category/products-and-services-directory/furniture/arts-crafts-furniture/
“Great rug” — jkate
Lynn Kloythanomsup
seesaw san francisco
this could be a craft room.
in kitchen, by the french door
Shelf with smaller framed pictures.. objects without a full wall of art
have the ledge going across the room on the wall with the opening to the kitchen?
one shelf for items for sale, and all of these items are things that we love or we use at home or at Seesaw. We display things that are usually hand-crafted and simple but are very pleasing to the eye for both adults and children," says Gabel.
to help redirect attention in a room. In this case the furniture is the decor, and the tables are the emphasis. The picture rail with small works of art draws the eye down to focus on what's important.
“have the ledge going across the room on the wall with the opening to the kitchen?” — abo13
Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects LLC
6 Reviews
narrow shotgun house
could you please provide me with the color and/or wood type of this kitchen? thank you
This kitchen is lovely! Can you tell me about the backsplash tile, type/brand, color and where you got it? I'm wondering if it would work with my cherry cabinets and blue volga granite. Thanks very much!
were there any walls in this kitchen?
We have similar green glazes, applied by hand for a custom look. http://www.houzz.com/photos/3060116/Fine-Art-Tileworks-----3x3-handmade-tiles-traditional-kitchen-tile-portland
throughout the main living space are made of the same rift-cut oak, making the design of the kitchen integral to the design of the entire living area.And just because there are overtures to an Arts and Crafts aesthetic doesn't mean that the home doesn't live in the 21st century. So the oak cabinetry with
“Upper right open shelves/cabinets” — gracehg
David Howell Design
1 Review
David Howell Design
Jim Zivic Bar Stools These beautiful bar stools are crafted from a steel frame and a seat
Vintage dining chairs with slab dining table. Kitchen stools.
and light it accordingly. Photography subjects include Grace Jones and Madonna.The counter stools tuck neatly underneath the island. Crafted from a leather conveyor belt and steel by Jim Zivic, they add to the loft's palette of textures.
The new kitchen is tucked out of view from the front door, in a spot where a guest bathroom used to be. It does not get a lot of daily use, as a common part of life in a classic SoHo loft is taking advantage of all the great takeout available. This opened up the opportunity to display more artwork and
“Stools” — Kelly Eason
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