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Kathy Best Design
2 Reviews
Napa Valley Showhouse
The rug is borrow from Tony Kitz Gallery who has FABULOUS rugs! www.tonykitzgallery.com Please tell Tony we suggested you visit his shop. All the Best, Kathy
the floor, as well as a light fixture that features equestrian-inspired straps.Rug: Tony Kitz Gallery; bench, table: Ma(i)sonry; horse on floor: Coup d’état; painting: Terry St. John, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, pillows: Epoca; light fixture: Dressage Round Ceiling Light, Circa
“Love the base” — sarahrudy
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Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
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Very creative look for this gallery wall display.
Gallery wall. Shapes and sizes
Wall gallery...Gallery wall...Art gallery...The gallery wall...photo gallery
“Teppich” — Christine Berndt
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
My Houzz: The Richards' Re-build
display family photos in a hallway gallery.
Photo gallery, black frames
gallery wall/ stairs
Ahnen-Gallerie - Bilderrahmen schwarz/weiss
Gallery wall hallway
gallery of photos...nice gallery wall
“picture wall” — schuedavis
1 Review
Carole Meyer
8. Galleries are a whole different ballgame from retail stores. "Pricing is difficult," says Meyer. "If you are represented by a gallery, as I am — Gallery 903 in Portland, Oregon — your gallery will help you set a price. If you are selling from your own studio, which I also do, you need to keep your
your pricing in the same range as it is in the gallery."Brennan weighs in: "The final piece of the equation is pricing to sell via galleries or brick and mortar stores. Galleries typically take a 40 to 50 percent cut of the sales price to cover their own expenses. Retail stores, needing to turn a profit
“Use of color and furniture placement.” — Altered Interiors
Kelly Hoppen London
1 Review
Notting Hill Townhouse
oak live-edge dining table.Art photography: Michael Hoppen Gallery
A Peter Beard photograph hangs opposite an oak live-edge dining table.Get some advice on picking the perfect lighting for your room Art photography: Michael Hoppen Gallery
“love” — Clé Beya
Rad Design Inc
5 Reviews
Collingwood - Ski Chalet
are pleased with the shape, and hang the result on your wall.WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU…Are you a fan of an unusual gallery display? Perhaps you prefer classic and traditional galleries? Let us know below and as always, share your DIY shots with us below.
“Color pretty blue” — suzie172
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
Placing a bench in this hallway transforms it into a MoMA-esque gallery. The base is made of ebonized wood. The bench is also available with more slender metal legs, but of the two, this version is the modern icon.
A practical way to reinforce the gallery feel of your hallway is to provide narrow seating, like this gorgeous bench.Tell us: What other tricks have you used to make the most of your hallway
“pocket door” — JG Interior Design
Janet Paik
Danger Zone by Martha Angus and Eche Martinez
vinyl, Fast Signs; sconces: custom, Martha Angus and Eche Martinez, Urban Electric; chairs, stools: Maarten de Ceulaer, Industry Gallery; art above fireplace: Charles James Gallery
“el krasi” — rita610
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