102,712 column divider Home Design Photos

Country Club Homes
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New Canaan Private Residence
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Questions6
love the front door and columns
inches (91 centimeters) wide with 12- to 18-in. (30- to 46-cm) sidelights. Double columns spaced 7 to 8 feet (2.1 to 2.4 meters) apart frame the entrance, which is 5 to 6 ft. (1.5 to 1.8 m) wide. Two more outset columns spaced slightly less far apart than the center width complete the porch’s breadth
“Shingle style” — Patina Interiors
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Front view from entrance
Ideabooks6,317
Questions15
Hi can you please tell me diameter of columns? Thank you!
Do you know who manufactured the 2nd floor window.....I have been looking for the same divided light. Gorgeous
The balusters are in between the columns.
Is double column too much??????
divided lights...double columns
“Regency” — Georgia Orphanoudakis
Orion General Contractors
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New Interiors
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Questions2
divided lights
“white wash” — jakthom
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Berkshires Residence
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divided lights
“Colors” — Jennie Gould
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Craftsman Renovations
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room divide fork LV/DV or office
Room dividing bookcases and tapered columns
Built-in with columns- entry to dining room? Entry to family room downstairs?
Bookcases with column dividers. Our configuration is different, of course.
How the tapered columns and book cases combine and define a new room.
Blut ins…What to do with the columns...
Interior tapered columns with dentil detailing top display cabinets in this historic Georgia home.
Interior tapered columns with dentil detailing top 30-inch bookcase cabinets.
These columns are also used in interiors. Homes with open-plan interiors often have rooms created by screens and built-in
built-in elements such as bookcases. The elephant leg column can be used to define each room and bring a feeling of solidity to the interior.
“Craftsman” — Melinda Fuller
Modern Living Room
Ideabooks1,372
Questions3
In this room, light and airy meet dark and restrained, and all work together beautifully. The wallpapered column dividing the walls and the boxy arms of the sofa and chairs echo the shapes of the tall buildings outside. The glass coffee table minimizes the appearance
like the dark colour and texture of wallpaper on column. not shiney but yet catches some of the outdoor reflections
In this room, light and airy meet dark and restrained, and all work together beautifully. The wallpapered column dividing the walls and the boxy arms of the sofa and chairs echo the shapes of the tall buildings outside. The glass coffee table minimizes the appearance of the horizontal surfaces and makes
“glass coffe table” — juan_mag
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
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KitchenLab
Ideabooks3,326
Questions3
Nice looking columns to divide space
A low, cased ledge with columns and pilasters are another way to maintain a sense of openness while maintaining the the sense of two distinct rooms.
dividing wall between dining room and living area
Similar open divider/entry as lib into pool table area
column to separate living, dining spaces
columns supporting a thinner beam above
A low, cased ledge with columns and pilasters are another way to maintain a sense of openness while maintaining the the sense of two distinct rooms.
“bulk” — marieroy98
Lewis / Schoeplein architects
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Litlle Rock
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Questions3
Use a row of columns to provide rhythm. The eye takes comfort in patterns. Use columns, and even beams, to create a sense of rhythm in an otherwise muted space.
Modern style of columns and openness btw spaces
add some fake columns to make divider????
A small area of tile and columns are enough to define the foyer in this house.
Use a row of columns to provide rhythm. The eye takes comfort in patterns. Use columns, and even beams, to create a sense of rhythm in an otherwise muted space.
“Plain pillars” — cluxe88
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