182,798 historical details Home Design Photos

Busby Cabinets
13 Reviews
Mosaic over range...beautiful...where from? Details please?
Backsplash, ceiling detail and detail at top of cabinetry
Ceiling detail nice,
“ceiling” — lmcmahon4
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Kearney Hill
Shingle-style details and handsome stone accents give this contemporary home the look of days gone by while maintaining all of the convenience of today
great portico detail
Nice details...Beautiful details
“Wrap around porch” — lacasalinda
Peter Zimmerman Architects
23 Reviews
New House - Wayne, PA
Very light bright and beautifully appointed detail wood work! Like the detailed beams in the ceiling and the columns in the entry looking down to the centered fireplace.
Coffered ceiling detail
custom millwork detail ceiling flooring
“Beams , coffered ceiling” — sannahouse
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Exterior
Love the details in the siding accents and the rocks.
Love the trim detail and color
TUDOR - Nice details. Has a cottage feel.
Roof details
“Exterior” — kosequat
Mediterranean Hall
Doors and ceiling detail for area surrounding house
bracket molding detail
The details...ethnic details
“bracket molding detail” — kerifergs
Daniel DeVol Custom Builder
17 Reviews
Custom Staircase Dayton Ohio
railing detail
Oak stairway Craftsman detail idea
Stair Detail
“Posts and square circle” — leelaw
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
Craftsman Home
The wood to paint ratio is right. Some of the details are too massive. This is very close.
color of wood & moulding detail
stair details
“Wood!” — nmilesn
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Barrington, RI Kitchen
If you could share the details, of the hood, we'd sure appreciate it. We're just doing something in Seattle, WA and wanted to have the hood be functional but blend into the cabinetry
interior designer and unfortunately we do not know the exact manufacturer and finish. What I can tell you - this is a very simple subway tile. The detail is in the glaze and it has a delicate crackle effect. You can certainly visit your local tile showroom and they can help you select a simple tile.
This is a very simple subway tile. The detail is in the glaze that is on the tile - it has a delicate crackle effect.
“Lighted cabinets” — chrisvrupp
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