19,227 eye Home Design Photos

Hughes Studio Architects
Meadow Lane
Ideabooks2,315
Questions4
sconces at eye level for makeup lighting
Tip: Avoid adding a light above the mirror. That includes recessed lighting in the ceiling. “That would throw a strong light onto your forehead and cast deep shadows below your eyes, nose and chin,” Whitehead
LED.” Tip: Putting task lighting on a dimmer will allow your eyes to adjust first thing in the morning; it will also help you wind down at night.
be held on 14th-19th April 2015 Milan fairground, Rho ... BATHROOM LIGHTING/extracts from Houzz: Tip 1: Use a pair of sconces mounted at eye level on either side of the mirror to provide shadowless illumination. This creates the best scenario for makeup application, shaving, tooth care and
“Wattage for task lighting. “In the master or guest bathrooms, use fixtures that provide 75 to 100” — Marissa Clark
Eran Turgeman - Photographer
Industrial Design
Ideabooks7,478
Questions8
I can't take credit for making the metal eye charts that you see in the photo, but I can make them! ...
Optometry (the study of eyes and vision): Your local eye care center would be the coolest in the city with this pair of industrial, metal eye-chart plates.
Love these oversize eye-chart art pieces against the stark white walls.
“wall deco” — van881227
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks8,822
Questions5
The serenity of minimalism. Storing everything out of sight in the wall unit and the eye catching wall decorations that draw the eye to the window.
space enhancer, but there are so many ways to do it. Here soft neutrals add just the right amount of warmth, while the minimal wall decorations draw the eye to the window and the view beyond. The neat built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts, creating a serene mood.
space-enhancer, but there are ways and ways to do it. Here, soft neutrals add just the right amount of warmth, while the minimal wall decorations draw the eye to the window and the view beyond. The neat, built-in wall unit keeps clutter tucked out of sight behind slick drawer fronts for a serene mood.
“built in dresser” — suzanneguyton
Brandon Barré Architectural Interior Photographer
3 Reviews
Modern White Kitchen 2 by Paris Kitchens
Ideabooks7,038
Questions5
Red is eye catching. I prefer to see an accent wall of red against a black cabinet or floor versus a whole room painted red. An accent wall gives the eye somewhere to pause so it can take in the rest of the room.
Red is eye catching. I prefer to see an accent wall of red against a black cabinet or floor versus a whole room painted red. An accent wall gives the eye somewhere to pause so it can take in the rest of the room.
“paint a couple of walls red in the kitchen?” — cutiegopaldas
Harry Elson Architect PC
New York Residence
Ideabooks1,119
Questions3
bare-bones. Without the distraction of color, the eye is drawn more readily to architecture and form. It’s also a great color for creatives who work with lots of visuals during the workday; white space at home — in effect a blank page — allows the eye to rest and can help refill the creative well.
space lets the eyes rest . . .
White is the minimalist’s dream color, fresh and bare-bones. Without the distraction of color, the eye is drawn more readily
creatives who work with lots of visuals during the workday; white space at home — in effect a blank page — allows the eye to rest and can help refill the creative well.
white allows eye to rest. helps refill 'the creative well'
bare-bones. Without the distraction of color, the eye is drawn more readily to architecture and form. It’s also a great color for creatives who work with lots of visuals during the workday; white space at home — in effect a blank page — allows the eye to rest and can help refill the creative well.
“white” — suzannewei
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
Room to Grow
Ideabooks13,180
Questions16
few square feet of something eye catching, and using large-format field tiles in a coordinating stone around it.
Instead of laying a pricey stone mosaic everywhere, you can save by designing a “rug” with just a few square feet of something eye catching, and using large-format
has the biggest impact. Instead of laying a pricey stone mosaic everywhere, you can save by designing a “rug” with just a few square feet of something eye catching, and using large-format field tiles in a coordinating stone around it.
has the biggest impact. Instead of laying a pricey stone mosaic everywhere, you can save by designing a “rug” with just a few square feet of something eye catching, and using large-format field tiles in a coordinating stone around it.
“Tilerug” — payalbhartia
Eclectic Basement
Ideabooks23,562
Questions28
Love the color of the room but I have my eyes set on a red sectional
you felt nervous and uncomfortable? That response is often caused by the lack of a place for the eye to rest. Every room benefits from a quiet place — a place without motion or pattern, a place where your eye can take a break. The ceiling, walls and carpet in this room provide exactly those places and are
are the reason this room works so well. Look around your rooms. Do they make you twitchy? If so, consider creating a place where your eye can rest.
felt nervous and uncomfortable? That response is often caused by the lack of a place for the eye to rest. Every room benefits from a quiet place — a place without motion or pattern, a place where your eye can take a break. The ceiling, walls and carpet in this room provide exactly those places and
“Nice colors ans layout” — Christine Fletcher
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks893
Questions1
y front yard, three granite spheres sit atop a carpet of crushed granite. Bluestone planks pull the eye across the sidewalk, focusing the eye on the spheres. Groups of three are pleasing to the eye because they are less rigid and formal than a matching pair. Aristotle wrote about groups of three, stating
ry front yard, three granite spheres sit atop a carpet of crushed granite. Bluestone planks pull the eye across the sidewalk, focusing the eye on the spheres. Groups of three are pleasing to the eye because they are less rigid and formal than a matching pair. Aristotle wrote about groups of three, stating
Expand your horizons. Sometimes the eye remains too focused on the hardscape and needs help to see the big picture. The designer of this garden used bluestone planks of differing lengths and widths, placed opposite each other along a mundane concrete sidewalk, to pull the eye outward so it can experience the
“left side of photo to center. Like the tree and shrub and low planting combination.” — Carolyn Wyatt
This hurts my eyes - want a modern, neutral room - better pics
Hi, Houzzers - I want to create a neutral living room but I feel stuck. I have an 11 x 14 living room with Behr Silver Screen paint, amber-toned wood floors,...
Eye catching sconces!
HI Betty, Just love your work! Can you share the designer/mfg of the wall sconces? same as the pendants in this home? thank you!
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