793 frieze Home Design Photos

Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Peter Hassler
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I wonder if you can buy plaster frieze today? Old or new?
This hallway plaster frieze motif is original to the house, and the wood detailing runs throughout all
entrance/ hall .Extra details; plaster frieze motif
Love this hallway plaster frieze motif
This hallway plaster frieze motif is original to the house, and the wood detailing runs throughout all four floors of the brownstone.
This hallway plaster frieze motif is original to the house, and the wood detailing runs throughout all four floors of the brownstone.
“wonderful dec. idea” — karendemmitt
COLECCION ALEXANDRA
Felipe seating area
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Classical friezes featured greatly in the architecture of the era and were also carried through to wallpaper friezes, and as decorative motifs on a wide range of objects. This room shows an interpretation of the frieze above a modern take on the regency stripe.
“梁与角线” — wuqi
Chadsworth Columns
Chadsworth Cottage
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above the columns to the lip of the eave line is called an entablature. This is divided in equal parts, from below to above, into the architrave, the frieze and the cornice. Details of the entablature vary from one order to the other, as well as from one architect to another, one carpenter to another and
above the columns to the lip of the eave line is called an entablature. This is divided in equal parts, from below to above, into the architrave, the frieze and the cornice. Details of the entablature vary from one order to the other, as well as from one architect to another, one carpenter to another and
“Front entrance” — Foley Development Group
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Eclectic Family Room
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I love the stone/travertine flooring with the frieze carpet. I'm going to do this, but don't know if I want the shape of travertine shown here, or big squares laid on a diagonal. I will be using the stone for entry, dining room, and kitchen and the frieze carpet for living room and bedrooms.
Gorgeous carpet & tile. Carpet is a frieze. Notice how the carpet & tile coordinate. Edge of carpet is folded.
“Double sliding glass doors” — lynnette123
Sheffield Construction Company, Inc
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Davis Residence
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large frieze on gables
frieze looks too thick
FRIEZE TRIM IN
“Side Shutters” — kenscottt
Elad Gonen
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living room
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What's the difference between frieze and shag rugs?
carpet selection. Frieze is pretty neutral as far as the design statement it makes. It is not considered to be a bold carpet choice. Shag carpet is usually made with thicker and heavier yarn. It has less twist than frieze fibers, which can make it feel softer. Many people think of frieze carpet as a lower
What kind of rug is this. Frieze or shag?
Frieze is a carpet where the individual strands are twisted more. It is typically shorter than shag carpet. The twisted fibers are very beneficial
“carpet” — allisakhanzadian
Cardea Building Co.
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Front Façade
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Later examples are more likely to contain classical elements, such as the Ionic entrance porch columns on this house. Notice the swag details in the frieze above the first floor, too. The rounded bay window can be found on many Queen Annes in San Francisco, and it’s an especially sumptuous form. An oriel
“Trim” — Ashley Wilburn
House Plans and More
Plan #119D-0003
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Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
“fff” — mashwani
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