20,266 european Home Design Photos

Golightly Landscape Architecture
Modern French Country
Ideabooks1,667
Questions3
columnar european Hornbeam. There are several varities to choose from
Carpinus betulius - columnar european Hornbeam.
Carpinus betulius - columnar european Hornbeam. There are several varities to choose from
columnar trees - carpinus betulius (columnar European Hornbeam)
columnar european Hornbeam. There are several varities to choose from
“beautiful but potentially not evergreen” — jillaj
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
Woodsy appeal
Ideabooks257
Questions2
American and European schools. European pieces are uber-high-quality craftsmanship and constructed of fine materials; American-style pieces are more from the machine age. The latter have less art and less deco, explains Peter Loughrey, director of Los Angeles Modern Auctions. For this reason he prefers to call
artistry in European pieces makes them highly collectible and expensive. American work comes cheaper. Let's define "cheaper," though: Instead of paying $24,000 for a French Jules Leleu sideboard, you might pay $6,800 for a Donald Deskey desk. Other notable American names to shop for are Walter Dorwin Teague
(of the European school, whose objects are highly prized and very expensive).
“I like the pictures up high” — Pamela Eggebrecht-Armagast
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks63,922
Questions66
: the European attitude and the American attitude. “When you enter into a European building, you can walk on the stone floors that are centuries old. Here in America, everything is roped off. I think that Europeans live more casually and enjoy the patina created from use and aging, where as some Americans
“Subway tiles with dark grout!!” — mrsbourbs
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Winder Gibson Architects
Ivy Residences Bathroom
Ideabooks1,465
Questions0
European-style wet bath. A wet bath is exactly what it sounds like: a bathroom where everything can (and does) get wet. This style
European-style wet bath. A wet bath is exactly what it sounds like: a bathroom where everything can (and does) get wet. This style of
1. European-style wet bath. A wet bath is exactly what it sounds like: a bathroom where everything can (and does) get wet. This style of bath is quite common in Europe, where you will often see a tiny bathroom with the showerhead directly over the toilet, a small sink on the side and a drain in the middle
“small bath” — nlauderdale
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
7 Reviews
Jackson Hole Residence
Ideabooks16,412
Questions23
do the European splash guard. It's great, particularly with a small bathroom.
known as a European Splash Guard. Any tempered glass shower door provider-installer can fabricate one so you might start with a contractor or installer who can quote you.
as a “European splashguard.” Any tempered glass shower door provider-installer can fabricate one so you might start with a contractor or installer who can quote you. Good luck.
Bathroom like European Splash Guard for Bathtub instead of Shower Curtain
“Interior door” — tashawidmer
Jim Burton Architects
4 Reviews
Mercer Island Entry
Ideabooks2,938
Questions2
Siding- European cement board CEMBONIT. Similar product is Silbonit, and its made in USA.:more expensive.
It's a European cement-board panel product called Cembonit. It has integral color, meaning it doesn't need painting like Hardi-panel. A similar product called Silbonit has the same properties, and is made in the U.S. They are more expensive than typical cement-board products, but can pay for themselves
t's a European cement-board panel product called Cembonit. It has integral color, meaning it doesn't need painting like Hardi-panel. A similar product called Silbonit has the same properties, and is made in the U.S. They are more expensive than typical cement-board products, but can pay for themselves
“Roof over front door” — reneerodda
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
Ideabooks2,866
Questions3
predominantly European, with tall casement windows and a heated brick parquet floor. Bricks were also used to build the fireplace, which, Longpré says, has no mantel “to make it look European.” He added casters to the furniture in the living area so that the layout can be easily rearranged.
predominantly European, with tall casement windows and a heated brick parquet floor. Bricks were also used to build the fireplace, which, Longpré says, has no mantel “to make it look European.”
predominantly European, with tall casement windows and a heated brick parquet floor. Bricks were also used to build the fireplace, which, Longpré says, has no mantel “to make it look European.” He added casters to the furniture in the living area so that the layout can be easily rearranged. Armchair: ABC Slipcover
“Brick floor and bench loft” — jbdaws
Spinnaker Development
14 Reviews
1512 Dolphin Terrace
Ideabooks12,562
Questions15
brushed european white oak manufactured by Du Chateau Floors. This is from their Lugano collection.
brushed european white oak manufactured by Du Chateau Floors. This is from their Lugano collection.
brushed European white oak
european white oak floor
european oak floors
“Flooring” — heidistapleton
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