69,126 columns Home Design Photos

Murdock Solon Architects
3 Reviews
Kelly Solon
This bathroom shows the biggest pro column aspect of floating vanities: The floor seems to extend forever. This clever designer also used the same flooring and clear glass doors in the shower area to extend it even further.
“Mueble” — rochidevernaza
Siddons Design Team, Decorating Den Interiors
4 Reviews
Siddons Design Team
installing individual cornice boards between your windows rather than over them. In this picture, coordinating stationary fabric panels were added as faux columns. Styling tip: Try using a large-pattern fabric for your cornice board instead of creating sculpted edges.
“For the curtain” — Luc Frenette
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Stair
between $5 and $10 per square foot. Application of the plaster itself ranges from $8 to $30 and up per square foot. More complicated structures, such as columns, cost more.Most major paint brands offer a Venetian plaster compound designed to re-create this look. Expect to pay about $30 to $40 per gallon. Home
“Interior Stair” — aladdinh
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
14 Reviews
hockey, so they had a custom rubber flooring made to resemble a hockey rink, and had it installed in one portion of the basement. Morris also had columns around the space padded and upholstered so the boys wouldn't hurt themselves while goofing around.
“basement rug” — Carrie Budke
Lapis Design Partners
Manhattan Beach
tank wanted it to have the “appearance of a piece of artwork hanging on the wall,” architect John Black says. A structural engineer designed the steel-column support system that's attached to the exterior wall of the above floor. This allowed the massive tank to be suspended 48 inches from the floor, putting
“Sala” — luistirado
Daly Genik
Valley Center House
kinetic, much like a Calatrava building, with window coverings that slide down from the exposed cantilevered wide-flange beams.Also, the exposed beams, columns and metal skin give the home an industrial character.
“entry way” — Sam Iam
Mowlem & Co
from ceramics to seating – but it still feels warm and welcoming thanks to the delicate details – a pretty chandelier, carved woodwork and old school column radiators.
“cupboards and wall colour” — ymapazagain
Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
a swiveling mirror with hidden clothes storage, as well as lift-up seat benches with hidden hampers. Pair those with the light-up boxes and Lucite columns for displaying special shoes, and this is definitely a dream closet.
“Seating idea” — kojak2317
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