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Kia Designs
Floating away...
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by Kia Designs, it is exactly what I imagined I would want for my bed. I would love to have an idea, I hardly think I could afford this beautiful creation. Any hints or helpful ideas would so be appreciated.
finished designed you can check us out at www.kiadesigns.co.uk
the bed design! I'm loving it
bedframe is designed by Lago, an Italian product designer. The model's name is Fluttua ("float"). A metal leg in the middle holds the bed, which is also anchored securely into the wall behind. "It most certainly isn't going anywhere," says Sunda. This bed was something the client had seen before, but she wasn't
floating bed designs require some type of minimal ground support to pull off the visual perception of floating, the Fluttua bed appears to be truly on air through a wall installation. More about this room
“There's something magical about a floating bed & it's good feng shui!” — Amy Howard
William T Baker
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William T Baker Houses
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this design! What type of trees are they & how did you treat them to make them last?
revival and Italianate balustrade designs were similar to the carved newels used on interior staircases of this period. These balustrades had both simple carvings and embellished decorations.Note: When constructing or retrofitting a balustrade, you'll probably need a permit. There will be regulations on the
“porch” — rhonda4560
John Kraemer & Sons
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Exterior of new home in the Rolling Green neighborhood of Edina, MN
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between Italianate and Italian Renaissance designs. The asymmetrical massing suggests Italian farmhouse, but the detailing more closely resembles Renaissance designs.
between Italianate and Italian Renaissance designs. The asymmetrical massing suggests Italian farmhouse, but the detailing more closely resembles Renaissance designs.Along with Greek and Gothic revival, Italianate designs defined an era in the middle of the 19th century. These styles dominated for a few
Victorian-era designs such as the Queen Anne, Stick, Second Empire and shingle styles. As evidenced in these examples, many styles have been reinterpreted in late-20th and early-21st-century home building. These newer designs can be considered both revival and eclectic, for their interpretations inevitably reflect
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Dining Area
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MILLEFOGLIE design Biagio Cisotti, Sandra Laube
your design team (if you had one), design dilemmas or issues you had to overcome, and any other interesting details you'd like to share.
is an Italian design that came from one of his restaurants.
is an Italian design that came from one of his restaurants.Dining chair: Millefoglie, Plank
your design team (if you had one), design dilemmas or issues you had to overcome, and any other interesting details you'd like to share.
“Paintings” — vgirlblokey
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Reading/Balcony
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Great design. I have been looking for counter stools like these. Would you share your source with me?
It's an Italian design available at Hive Modern.
double-faced design lets you reach for books from both sides of the unit when it's freestanding and not against a wall.
It's called the Cloud Bookcase, but I get more honeycomb out of it. It's an Italian design available at Hive Modern.
I can design something like that in Brazil, a mix of modernism with unique textures. Storage unit: Cloud by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Cappellini
Modular. Book lovers with modern leanings will love the modular design of this stackable Cloud unit, with circular cubbies that are wide enough to house
favorite designer?DV: I would say Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. He has this style — industrial with colorful, modern textures. He creates these cold, concrete walls with everything in grayscale. That’s what I want to do whenever I go back to Brazil. It’s really great for me when you can see
“book shelve” — alisagreg
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
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Mediterranean Retreat
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brand and design is the wall paper in this bedroom. It is exquisi
I am inquiring about the brand and design of the wallpaper in this bedroom
Design of bed linens on bed
pillars in entry, variety of designs
palaces. Designed by Flemish artisans, this era's wallpaper was hand printed with carved wood blocks. During the 1500s more ornate designs mimicking fabric patterns — such as brocade (as in this photo) and damask — covered the walls and lined the armoires and chests of the gentry. The earliest documented
woodcut Italian-inspired pomegranate design printed on a proclamation by Henry VIII.
“Pillars” — stephaniecorrine
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Green Gambrel Entry
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of fun designs like pearlized mosaics.
Venetian design trends popular in the 1400s.
Add a touch of romance. The Fortuny light fixture transports a taste of Italian design into a traditional American entryway. Available
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The designers put the chair's structure on the exterior instead of hiding it underneath the upholstery. They dubbed the resulting chairs "cushion baskets," as thick cushions are held in by a tubular steel framework. This trio was very into
LC2 ChairDesigners: Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte PerriandYear: 1928These chairs and their larger sister, the LC3, were designed to be "cushion baskets" of comfort and style. See more LC2 and LC3 chairs in action
“Livingroom” — marcymac
jamesthomas, LLC
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jamesthomas, LLC
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through Design Within Reach (DWR). You can also find it on highbrowfurniture.com.
for good design without that '60s flair? The Tolomeo Mega Floor Lamp is the big brother to the iconic Tolomeo Table Lamp, designed in 1986 and recognized for its sleek mechanics and steel tension cables that are a part of a constant-tension structure.This oversize version might be a little tongue-in-cheek
its fine Italian design, it's the kind of lamp you could enjoy for many years to come.
“Eames 4” — pjmf
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