182,517 high-contrast Home Design Photos

Adam Dettrick Architects
Northcote House
Ideabooks121
Questions0
high contrast
“Batons” — jn77
Dyer Grimes Architecture
3 Reviews
Emperors Gate
Ideabooks52
Questions2
high contrast
“Love the stairs, and the space including use of design.” — starrdust22
haus properties
Apartment, Henrietta Street
Ideabooks27
Questions0
high contrast
“Display wall” — sregnier33
Diane Durocher Interiors
8 Reviews
2008- Holiday House
Ideabooks689
Questions1
Colonial You may want to consider high contrast for your trim, like in this traditional-style room. It will highlight the woodwork and help to emphasize the proportions of the room.
ColonialYou may want to consider high contrast for your trim, like in this traditional-style room. It will highlight the woodwork and help to emphasize the proportions of the room.
“Element; Rhythm Progression is rhythm produce by the succession of the size of an object from small” — zen_living
Tongue & Groove
11 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,557
Questions3
smaller house numbers can get lost on the facade. Make short addresses stand out by going with extra-large (8-inch-plus) house numbers. Choose high contrast for the best visibility, such as dark numbers on a light facade.
Make short addresses stand out by going with extra-large (8-inch-plus) house numbers. Choose high contrast for the best visibility, such as dark numbers on a light facade.
like this alternative to a stone inset for a brick home. Super-sizing short addresses with extra-large (8" plus) house numbers works for me. High contrast with dark numbers too.
smaller house numbers can get lost on the facade. Make short addresses stand out by going with extra-large (8-inch-plus) house numbers. Choose high contrast for the best visibility, such as dark numbers on a light facade.
“Fun House Numbers” — kandredesign
Niki Papadopoulos
Plaza Towers Condo Renovation
Ideabooks6,515
Questions6
Create a sleek, modern look with dark tile. Looking for a more urban vibe? Choose a smooth tile with a highly polished finish in a dark shade. Art gallery–white walls and floors create a chic, high-contrast look.
Create a sleek, modern look with dark tile. Looking for a more urban vibe? Choose a smooth tile with a highly polished finish in a dark shade. Art gallery–white walls and floors create a chic, high-contrast look.
“Floor” — elithepain
JWS Interiors
1 Review
Black and White Nursery (Gender Neutral) by JWS Interiors
Ideabooks4,591
Questions7
of this is that high-contrast monochrome is meant to be best for stimulating babies’ early vision. The black and white striped rug complements the zebra and rhino heads on the wall, Roman blinds, and the modern black and white glider, while the wooden elephant provides natural contrast.
High contrast....Strong contrast
“the elephant hamper” — tmckenna82
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- renovated kitchen
Ideabooks3,902
Questions8
What is the paint color on the far wall?? I love the contrast!
high contrast in styles ie kilim rug with Panton chairs
Use high contrast. Juxtaposing two pieces that are really different usually works better than pairing pieces that are only sort of different. In this kitchen a classic
“Table as an island” — alohawatty
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