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Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Residence Bedroom
Ideabooks6,955
Questions10
doesn't take up much space and nicely blends into the environment. Change the artwork according to the mood you want to wake up to.
This simple tripod easel doesn't take up much space and keeps attention on the real artwork: the view. Easels Take a Stand
This simple tripod easel doesn’t take up much space and keeps attention on the real artwork: the view.
“Colour” — neerad
Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Best of Houzz 2014
ACC Cabinetry is a full service custom woodworking and cabinetry shop located in Berryville, VA and serves all of the Northern Virginia Area.
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sarah & bendrix
previos work area
Ideabooks3,797
Questions1
Your wall need not grow up. It can grow horizontally and incorporate framed artwork that also inspires you. Gaps of empty wall space will be filled in over time with smaller images, but the larger framed artwork will always ground the framework of your pin wall.
You will actually want to work in an environment that is full of things that inspire you and your business. An easy way to do this is with your own artwork and other collections. This wall functions like an inspiration board, where the artist can organically add things that speak to her.
“Photos” — Aer Giaquinto
Kerrie L. Kelly
48 Reviews
Cool Calm + Curated
Ideabooks21,702
Questions16
Create a gallery wall. Grouping favorite photos, prints and other artworks makes for a pleasing composition that feels tied together.Get more tips for arranging a gallery wall
location of a piece, you can always change it back.Right after repainting is also a great time to try something new on the walls. With all of your artwork and photos down, try shuffling them into different groupings on the floor and see if something sparks your imagination. Look around for a few found
“frames” — rothana
Natalie Younger Interior Design, Allied ASID
12 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks3,647
Questions6
Where can i get the artwork over the table?
artwork and the yellow bamboo mirror frame
A shell chandelier was the perfect fit for the dining room. Grass cloth walls meld with rattan chairs for added texture. Having a hard time finding simple but brightly colored artwork that would work - design and
lovely blue on artwork for poolhouse
dining room. Grass cloth walls meld with rattan chairs for added texture. Younger and the clients had a hard time finding simple but brightly colored artwork that would work for the home, so Younger designed and painted the home's wall art on her own. Table and chairs: Bali; chandelier: Capiz, West Elm
“chandolier” — krosov
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Daniel Shapiro: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Ideabooks3,427
Questions3
A really must know . . . where did you purchase the dot artwork? It's exactly what I want for my dining room!
Mid-century charm. Bricks can create just the backdrop you need for a casual dining area. The white artwork pops against the warm tones of this lovely wall.
Love the artwork
“Brick wall” — Sol Kanthack
Merrick Design and Build Inc.
9 Reviews
Great Rooms
Ideabooks5,835
Questions5
playful artwork
Bob Ransley artwork
“Painting” — warli
Jodell Clarke Designs
13 Reviews
Heather Lane
Ideabooks879
Questions5
where did you purchase the large artwork ?
orange pillows, artwork
Artwork- oversized accessories color pop
Pillows and artwork...artwork & colors
“B. M. Off white walls and ceiling” — triciarogers
The New Design Project
Mellow Monochrome Residence
Ideabooks1,630
Questions4
Large-scale plywood art. Looking for a big piece of artwork but haven’t found just the thing? Consider making your own by painting a quote or favorite song lyrics on a piece of plywood. Screw the plywood directly
4. Large-scale plywood art. Looking for a big piece of artwork but haven’t found just the thing? Consider making your own by painting a quote or favorite song lyrics on a piece of plywood. Screw the plywood directly to the wall and frame it with pieces of molding from the hardware store.5. Spool stools
“Use framed plywood as inexpensive art” — ering35
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