7,710 irish matting Home Design Photos

Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Boston Common House
Ideabooks763
Questions6
Hello! The chandelier here is 19th c. Irish, probably Waterford County. It was sourced through Alexander Westerhoff Antiques, Essex, MA. http://westerhoffantiques.com/
irish moss
“Floor” — randymiller00
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Sterling-Huddleson Architecture
12 Reviews
Napa
Ideabooks7,613
Questions2
creeping thyme or Irish moss. we did not spec the landscape materials, that info came from the landscape architect.
creeping thyme or Irish moss between rocks on path
Creeping thyme or Irish moss instead of grass
“wow” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks3,069
Questions1
LOVE THIS stained glass like an Irish pub
Irish pub...Irish pub bar!
“Stained glass behind bar” — hallersmith
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks5,843
Questions2
Irish pub style design...built ins. Cool lighting.
Irish pub
“Pub decor” — Kevin
Ashli
Maillardville Manor-Mudroom
Ideabooks13,901
Questions3
Where did you purchase the rock mat? it's a neat natural look!
Love this for guest shoes you could use rubber mat from lee valley or metal base with rocks
Like the rock and mat idea
Add rock to shoe mat
Rock mat...Shoe mat...stone mat...rocks in mat
“boots mud room” — Rana Abatiell
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Farmhouse, Shelter Island
Ideabooks3,130
Questions3
Email Photo Don't skimp on the size of the mat. I think at least two inches of mat width work for artwork 11”x14” or smaller, creating good separation from the frame. For larger pieces, try a mat at least three inches wide. Even from far away, the large mat draws the eye toward the framed piece, and
Don't skimp on the size of the mat. I think at least two inches of mat width work for artwork 11”x14” or smaller, creating good separation from the frame. For larger pieces, try a mat at least three inches wide. Even from far away, the large mat draws the eye toward the framed piece, and
The info on the mat widths.
photo gallery- all the same mats, different size photos
Don't skimp on the size of the mat. I think at least two inches of mat width work for artwork 11”x14” or smaller, creating good separation from the frame. For larger pieces, try a mat at least three inches wide. Even from far away, the large mat draws the eye toward the framed piece, and even toward
“Photo cluster” — epriamo
Legal Eagle Contractors
18 Reviews
Crestwood 2 Story Cabana/Home Theatre Addition
Ideabooks1,998
Questions2
s masterfully to the ambient light while affording privacy, and unique touches like above-mount sinks, wall-mount fixtures, framed mirrors and teak mats provide the bathroom with plenty of personality.
Look at the mats, maybe a tile that looks like the mats would go good!
vanity, floor mats, tile, windows
wooden mats and bulbs
Wooden Mats on the Floor
floor mat...Wooden mats...teak mats
“Look at the mats, maybe a tile that looks like the mats would go good!” — Gabby Rosales-Renteria
ZAK Architecture
Master Bath
Ideabooks1,057
Questions5
the architect’s use of straw matting between the ceiling trusses — another nice touch!
architect’s use of straw matting between the ceiling trusses — another nice touch!
Straw matting overhead and a Stone Forest
storage-packed double vanity is envy inducing as well. Note the architect’s use of straw matting between the ceiling trusses — another nice touch!
Straw matting between the ceiling trusses
of a chunk of blue-gray granite — although the exquisite, storage-packed double vanity is envy inducing as well. Note the architect’s use of straw matting between the ceiling trusses — another nice touch!
“The feeling. Also...I want to be thoughtful about storage and clutter” — ccall926
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