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Myriam Payne
3 Reviews
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks3,978
Questions7
Asian flair Minus the artwork above the bed. Makes it too busy.
Love the artwork above the bed!
Love the artwork...Framed sticks artwork...headboard and artwork above...Branch artwork
“very interesting idea with the sticks in a frame.” — coltpaul68
Camilla Molders
5 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design
Ideabooks724
Questions3
dining area - white walls, artwork, clean lines on table/chairs, and i've always liked round/oval dining tables
Artworks can create
“orange pop 2” — Ferguson
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
Contemporary Lake House
Ideabooks2,577
Questions4
Artwork, built ins for computer area
“Like the painting” — nicolaridley
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Hallway with Kids Artwork Displayed
Ideabooks7,563
Questions4
I just LOVE-LOVE- children's artworks! To me, they are pure masterpieces! Thanks for sharing
A gallery of framed children's artwork lends a sentimental touch to the simple entryway. A row of hooks is at just the right level for her children to
mudroom is the first point of entry for a lot of kids, so mount their prized artwork where they can see it right away. Choosing a variety of frames in a single
“Entry” — michelleshow
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Tyrol Hills Modern
Ideabooks8,443
Questions9
grey feature wall and vertical stack of artwork
your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artwork. It’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with botanical or wildlife
your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artworkIt’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with botanical or wildlife
“bench and art” — cwalker2u
Jeni Lee
Mid century modern family home situated one metre from workaMy Houzz: Connecting
Ideabooks1,004
Questions2
ceiling, for instance — artwork is a great way to break it up. As long as your brick is not a really bright red, most artwork should work with it. If you
Cover big expanse of brick with oversized artwork to break up the lines.
middle, and an artwork above the fireplace is a lovely way to arrange a lounge room. Here you don’t have to turn your back on the artwork to look at the
ceiling, for instance — artwork is a great way to break it up. As long as your brick is not a really bright red, most artwork should work with it. If you
“Love the horse in the corner!” — maikemichelle
Arent&Pyke
The Art Apartment
Ideabooks476
Questions3
your statement artwork and situate it in a common area of your house so that it is viewed by the most people.Furnish the room so the artwork is the the centre
Stroke of genius. Artwork is the easiest way to add colour if you’re not ready to commit to bold wallpaper or paint. Selecting art is easy – when you see
soft colour palette in the surrounding furnishings to let the statement artwork set the mood.
“Everything.” — missshirley
Andrew Frost Interiors
Toorak Residence
Ideabooks2,417
Questions9
Hi dianeehni, the original artwork is by Australian artist Colin Sweeney. Regards, Andrew.
opening up to a lovely space makes it. Nice chair and perfectly match artwork. (pic also in bedroom idea book)
inspires them and that they can imagine themselves living in. So choose artwork that is simple, beautiful and has broad appeal. Keep it simple – one or
Love the artwork. Who is the artist?
“Block ottomans for foot of bed” — busybea06
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