258 intertwined Home Design Photos

R Design Landscape Architecture Inc. P.C.
Mixing Perennials
Do you like the two colors intertwined, or do you prefer a more orderly arrangement?
“Colour” — leainsley
Savvy Seasons
Grapvine and Berry Garland in the Foyer Chandelier
If you want to add just a touch of seasonal décor to your space, look up! Here the branches are brilliantly intertwined in the chandelier.
“Like the berries in the chandelier. Understated but Christmassy.” — foxxyrocker
Must-Know Moderns
complex forms found in the interplay of structure, surfaces and architectural elements. This view of the porch at the beach house shows the intricate intertwining of stair, ramp (in the foreground, moving in the opposite direction of the stair), living room wall and concrete structure. It's easy to see the
“RM Schindler” — kfrankcash
Amy Renea
Fall Decor
examine the natural materials to see what they can do and if they have limitations. For example, the bittersweet I used for this arrangement grows in intertwined braids with stems at 90-degree angles.
“Fall” — miakkia
Shannon Malone
Office Storage
Functionality and design intertwine beautifully in the home office. Bob and Suzie used every inch efficiently by creating a storage space that also functions as an entertainment center. The space has an understated beauty and combines the nautical and beach themes found throughout the house.
“create built in on wall of master bed of the pool side wall.small storage and tv ... good place for” — shray
My Romantic Home
romantic home
Style Secret: FlowersRoses are red, violets are blue — you know the rest. Flowers, with all their romantic connotations, are as closely intertwined with this style as trailing ivy climbing a trellis. The secret to updating the floral look? Stick with items that fall in the same color family,
“Color with chic” — chkamatt
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Alpine garden
materials take different forms throughout the design, their use creates a fluid experience. The site itself is the design’s star. “We wanted to intertwine the house and garden into a coherent, modern and subtle design,” she says.
“Fence” — grasshopper4517
Glancey Rockwell & Associates
Plateau Residence
spaces and framed views. Concrete walls anchor the home both structurally and metaphorically to the Earth. Interior and exterior spaces become intertwined through the aluminum/glass curtain walls. Photography: Phil McClain Photography
“Fireplace” — Lori Pate
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