4,758 garbage recycling can Home Design Photos

ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks1,046
Questions4
How can I get a copy of this or find out the artists name , and where to buy this its just perfect.
where can I get the painting?
New look at recycling wire spool as a comparable alternative solution
It is amazing what small interior decor items can do for a room. Lush
These small lacquered stools are a great match for this large sinuous sectional sofa — you can move them around as you move yourself and your cocktail around.
“built-in” — Kefilwe Moch'eKo
1800Lighting
Corbett Lighting
Ideabooks2,417
Questions5
Where can I buy the furniture?
I am designing a bahama porch and want to have 2 walls with shutters that can open out in pairs but am unsure how they can stay
I like the idea of these recycled rubber floors for the play area. They're soft, durable, add color/ texture different than cement, and would make it possible to have a fountain/ sprinkler
Love the space, colors bye bye, floral fabric can be burned.
“Blue” — Emma Heart-White
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
Ava Lane
Ideabooks2,536
Questions4
where can I buy the drapery fabric?
Love this room! Can you tell me the (dark) wall color?
where can i find that desk/style?
where can the run be found?
“Accent wall” — abusse1
Rough Linen
4 Reviews
Tricia Rose
Ideabooks10,740
Questions6
were can i get this bed
cups so I don't end up on the other side of the room. It was meant to be an oyster chandelier, but halfway in I discovered just how heavy oyster shells can be!
Linen offers a lovely way to add a classic touch to crafts and projects. Fine linen can be expensive, but you can also find less expensive linen that works very well for many home projects. It is very durable and able to wick moisture, but it's also
“Bed frame” — fisherlousier
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Piedmont Residence
Ideabooks3,040
Questions10
faced with sawn veneer. Sustainable features include FSC certified lumber, solar hot water, fly ash concrete, and low emitting insulation with 75% recycled content. Photos: Mariko Reed Architect: Ian Moller
Where can I find these runners?
Can you give me the brand of the engineered wood? Thank you. I love them!
You can find these runners at West Elm
Absolute Black Honed Granite. This can be found @ Unique Stone Concepts! Call today to check on material availability and current slab location.
“Nice set up” — Saria Vargas Conger
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Cole
Ideabooks1,021
Questions8
Where can I get that kind of bed
I love that bed. Where can I get that. Or was it custom made?
can anyone answer where this daybed & trundle are from?
cell shades in girls bedrooms recycled from living room
bright clean lines of daybed. Can use ends of bed for placing drink cup, magazine, small light, fan...
“Colors” — ahoeg76
Industrial Living Room
Ideabooks1,101
Questions8
i love the table behind the couch. where can i find it?
I would also like to know size and where it can be purchased.
You can contact liz@thresholdinteriorsnyc.com
Benches for outdoor scrap recycled metal
number of pieces you can sit on---use instead of a large sectional
“Wonderful mix” — Laura Walker
Office Sian Architecture & Design
Hackney Shed
Ideabooks4,979
Questions1
Add shelves to shed for more storage space, better use of wall area and can save space in center of shed
There can never be too many bookshelves!
encounter people who bill themselves as architects, and others who call themselves designers. Here is my attempt to clarify the differences. Architect: You can call yourself an architect and advertise with the words “architect” or “architecture” in your business name only if you are licensed to practice architecture
thousand intern hours under a licensed professional, and have completed a series of eight rigorous exams. Designer: Those without an architecture license can call themselves a home designer, an architectural designer or a designer. Their total experience might consist of a drafting class at a city college
“The bookshelf.” — jeremylines
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