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mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Atherton Estate
Ideabooks6,376
Questions6
Use this sorting wainscotting effect under the handicap assist railing. Blending together function and decoration
is a great decorative design element, but it also helps protect drywall from scrapes, bumps and marks. Traditionally, wainscoting was installed in transitional spaces like this, to protect active rooms from heavy traffic.
5. WainscotingHallway wainscoting is a great decorative design element, but
“복도에 이렇게 판 덧대는 것도 방법. 블랙보드랑.” — maydanozlee
Caroline Johnson Photography
3 Reviews
Alameda Remodel
Ideabooks2,109
Questions4
© Caroline Johnson Photography • Interior Design: Moore Design Group
gorgeous remodel, I don't know the specifics about the brand of tile. Feel free to contact the interior designer at Moore Design Group for more information. http://www.houzz.com/pro/mooredesign/moore-design-group
http://www.thegardener.com/pages.php?pageid=3 For more information, contact the interior designer of this space, Moore Design Group, http://www.houzz.com/pro/mooredesign/moore-design-group
Lack of clutter. Contemporary spaces have a borderline minimalist aesthetic. That’s why Asian themes work well for them, says designer Michelle Moore, who designed this Asian contemporary bathroom. Both styles follow a stripped-down approach. In contemporary bathrooms, lotions, brushes, appliances
“Flow of countertop with tile” — wenscape
Pinto Designs and Associates
Sophisticated Key West Style
Ideabooks25,018
Questions4
Interior Design: Pinto Designs Architect: Robert Wade Landscape Architect: Raymond Jungles Photography: Kim Sargent
kind of like this round window design for vent in dressing room area rather than a normal rectangular window
confused with tracery. Fretwork is an interlaced decorative design, carved into a solid background or cut out. Unlike tracery, fretwork doesn't usually have glass inserts.Originally fretwork was in a grid and lattice design. These days we see many different designs, from patterns that copy the rectangular Greek
Greek fret to more intricately intertwined patterns. The cost depends on the design — using MDF and painting the unit yourself can lower the cost.Like tracery, fretwork is cut using a fretsaw, coping saw, jigsaw or scroll saw. Some larger cabinet companies use laser-cutting machines.
“cool idea” — Cutting Edge Woodworking
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Needham Kitchen
Ideabooks270K
Questions274
afraid the white cabinets will show wear much quicker than the darker color. We would do the subway tiles in all white on all walls. Have you ever designed a kitchen like this but with the cabinet colors reversed? If so, does it look just as good? I am really hoping you say yes!!
Thank you very much! The cabinets were designed by us and built by Signature Custom Cabinetry! I'm sure you can find a local design studio that works with them!
answer your question, I unfortunately could not think of a project that is similar to this style with the finishes inverted as you requested. We have designed a butler's pantry, (please reference the "Taylored Traditional" album) that shows dark cabinets, white counter and white backsplash. I know it's
“if you prefer to have ovens on left of refrigerator with coffee on right, check this pic out” — chrissyhans
Laura Hay DECOR & DESIGN
1 Review
Modern Living in Naples Florida
Ideabooks1,309
Questions4
Yes it is! Jeff Harroll is the architect....very cool and space conscious design solution.
Modern Porch by Toronto Interior Designers & Decorators Laura Hay DECOR & DESIGN
Nice design on the ceiling with the lights and fan along with the contrast of the wood and painted beams.
Laura Hay DECOR & DESIGN
Laura Hay DECOR & DESIGN
“Outdoor” — simbolo1
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
my office
Ideabooks14,646
Questions11
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
It's bright clean colorful .... Clean lines in the design .... I like that. I would enjoy working or creating or or or or anything
Love the colors. Decor of the guest chairs is beautiful and also how the computer is not on the front desk.
LicensingInterior design student Jill Roberson Awbrey shares her stance on the issue: "As an interior design student who has also practiced interior design prior to working towards a degree, I find some value [in licensing]. There is a big difference between decorating and designing. Any time you are
things, from decorators who may or may not have as much training but can compose a balanced, beautiful space. Green certified interior designer Tineke Triggs says that although she doesn't think it's necessary to have a license to decorate a home, it's important for an interior designer to have a licensed
“colour combination (girl kid room)” — lulu_n209
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Lounge
Ideabooks2,954
Questions4
Hi, sorry you would need to ask the Designer Laura Hay. Thanks.
I am the photographer. You can ask the designer Laura Hay.
Thank you. The designer never responded and I haven't found any others that I have liked the look and at the same time
This shared office space in a repurposed factory required seating that was substantial in scale. This custom sofa, designed by Laura Hay of LH Decor & Design and built by Louis Interiors, can accommodate more than 10 people, making it perfect for small, casual meetings or social events
works: “The design had to tie into the existing surroundings of the brick and beam building,” Hay explains. This oversize, tufted sectional with traditional lines was custom designed to fit the bill. Tip: When commissioning a custom piece, Hay recommends hiring a professional interior designer to walk
“great setting for the inhouse kinko/buissness/study area like the glass door separation wall” — virginiaardon
Jodie Rosen Design
16 Reviews
Master Bedroom/Office Suite
Ideabooks5,028
Questions5
of taking away from the space, they really add an element of style with the contrasting paneling in material that works with the rest of the decor," says designer Jodie Rosen. "It's a great solution for a space that requires a closed door but where there's no space for a door swing."
Not the aluminum or glass, but the way the stipe adds an "element" --could use cheap doors and stencil with paint a design on them
of taking away from the space, they really add an element of style with the contrasting paneling in material that works with the rest of the decor," says designer Jodie Rosen. "It's a great solution for a space that requires a closed door but where there's no space for a door swing."
simple. "This desk was chosen after much deliberation as to whether to go with an L-shape built-in or a floating model," says Jodie Rosen of Jodie Rosen Design. "The end result is that all the filing and ‘guts’ of the office, including the printer, are behind the closet doors, and the desk is simply a touch-down
“modern but warm” — roomTEN design
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