30,539 fish scale Home Design Photos

Modulis Vendome
Mes réalisations
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They also come in a great variety of sizes, and you will want to find one that coordinates with the finishes of your room and that complements the scale of your design. Their footprints are comparatively modest. Plan for a space that’s at least 10 to 12 in. (25 to 31 cm) in diameter and 54 to 84 in.
They also come in a great variety of sizes, and you will want to find one that coordinates with the finishes of your room and that complements the scale of your design. Their footprints are comparatively modest. Plan for a space that’s at least 10 to 12" diameter and 54 to 84" height.
They also come in a great variety of sizes, and you will want to find one that coordinates with the finishes of your room and that complements the scale of your design. Their footprints are comparatively modest. Plan for a space that’s at least 10 to 12 in. (25 to 31 cm) in diameter and 54 to 84 in.
“Coffee table” — showersun
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Entry Porch, family room wing, and pergola
Ideabooks844
Questions3
Scale/Proportion. You can tell looking at the outside of the house that the scale of the columns/pillars don't match up to the scale of the doors and windows. Making it that the columns make up the house.
3. Ionic: Large scale, high style. Moving to the next order, the Ionic is a bit more luxurious than the spartan Doric and Tuscan. As such, it's best used where a little more polish, high style, and bigger scale is warranted. Also, Ionic capitals visually ease the transition from column to pediment
pediment. The way the capitals flatten and stretch out make for a nice transitional element.The scale of the column should also be in tune with the scale of the overall architecture. More often than not, classically inspired columns are too thin, making them look like silly toothpicks rather than the robust
“Good” — anirudhdas
imag_ne design + construction
Landscape - Port Melbourne
Ideabooks6,486
Questions0
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors.
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors. Here the flowing
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles
imag_ne design + construction Save Email Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors. Here the flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but
Giant mosaics can easily be transferred on a smaller scale into gardens, using a range of pebbles of different tones and colors. Here the flowing design not only adds a decorative feature to the garden, but
“Path way” — tampopo
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Crisp Traditional
Ideabooks43,201
Questions27
Vary the scale. What looks good in the store may look like an elephant in the room when you bring it home. Or it’s too tiny to be of any significance. So always vary scale and proportion. The oversize sunburst mirror frame fills up the wall
9. Vary the scale. What looks good in the store may look like an elephant in the room when you bring it home. Or it’s too tiny to be of any significance. So always vary scale and proportion. The oversize sunburst mirror frame fills up the wall
9. Vary the scaleWhat looks good in a store may look like an elephant in the room when you bring it home, or could be too tiny to be of any significance. So always vary scale and proportion. The oversize sunburst mirror frame fills up the wall
“incloset bar hidden” — zddiab
John K. Anderson Design
9 Reviews
LONE MOUNTAIN
Ideabooks492
Questions4
items you set down. Allow at least 42 in. (107 cm) in length or radius for modest-size tables and as much as 66 to 72 in. (168 to 183 cm) for larger-scale furnishings.
so that you can easily reach items you set down. Allow at least 42" in length or radius for modest-size tables and as much as 66 to 72" for larger-scale furnishings.
items you set down. Allow at least 42 in. (107 cm) in length or radius for modest-size tables and as much as 66 to 72 in. (168 to 183 cm) for larger-scale furnishings.
“LOVE Table” — george_iv
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Upper West Side Apartment
Ideabooks2,813
Questions3
very small room made interesting by using such an assortment of styles and scale
Huge artwork in a small room is another great way to add scale. If it makes you chuckle, so much the better!
Large scale letters with interesting finish give character to the room.
Huge artwork in a small room is another great way to add scale. If it makes you chuckle, so much the better!
“simple dining table” — pokuaa
Everything Home
6 Reviews
Project 4: Everything Home by Wendy Langston
Ideabooks3,489
Questions5
without a railing. You will notice that the scale of the brick piers and the columns that rest upon them is diminutive, while the stone piers and tapered columns in the Craftsman house example are far more massive and heavy in appearance and require a much larger-scale porch
without a railing. You will notice that the scale of the brick piers and the columns that rest upon them is diminutive, while the stone piers and tapered columns in the Craftsman house example are far more massive and heavy in appearance and require a much larger-scale porc
without a railing. You will notice that the scale of the brick piers and the columns that rest upon them is diminutive, while the stone piers and tapered columns in the Craftsman house example are far more massive and heavy in appearance and require a much larger-scale porch.
“Couleur des chaises” — Dany Bruno
Abigail-Elise Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Shock Hill Mountain Home
Ideabooks268
Questions2
ooh soo pretty. looks like the scales of the childrens fish story. love this
Love this tile. Water scales fountain
“Full wall of tile” — ferrillcat
Exterior Shutters, Front Door Paint, and/or Fish Scale Siding, Oh My!
Hello, My fiance purchased a house before we met, and although I love the house, I'm struggling with how to give it more curb appeal. (We fixed the...
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