16,501 layered Home Design Photos

Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
River House
Ideabooks22,864
Questions12
well). Reclaimed wood, such as in this bath; hammered, distressed and tarnished metals; and wavy or seeded glass blend together in a distinctively layered way.Inspired addition: Conversely, a little shine can be appealing in the midst of all that texture. The glass vessel sink pictured here lends a top
“bathroom” — Kimberly Huff
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks97,347
Questions81
without worrying they will catch on fire. If you are concerned about this kind of light not being strong enough, just remember that you can and should layer different types of lighting in a room, so include other table lamps, floor lamps or sconces.
“Love colors” — michiwally
Lulu Designs
34 Reviews
Huntington Hacienda
Ideabooks3,773
Questions6
Tune in to monochromeUsing various tones of the same colour, such as the grey in this scheme, gives a layered, elegant look. If your ceiling is low, paint the top half of the wall in a lighter colour to help it recede. Add depth and interest by using various
“crib and colors” — lpaigehanna
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Kitchen with Fabric Backsplash
Ideabooks21,796
Questions10
Work in a printFans of boho chic will love this idea. Choose a length of your favourite fabric (vintage or modern) and have it laminated between two layers of glass. This riot of colour is the standout beauty in this sober scheme.
“Backsplash” — gwakal
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks14,787
Questions9
chopping out a separate shower stall, allowed for a much more open space. The pebble tile walls connect the space to the surroundings and add a delightful layer of nature-inspired texture. The metallic colors in the tile floor provide a strong contrast to the light-colored pebbles. A teak shelf stands up to
“shower idea” — iamoncloud9
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Buckhead Kitchen
Ideabooks38,388
Questions39
the DIY-minded. The tiny crannies in its surface can trap dirt. Scratches and chips can be an issue with softer stone, such as travertine; slate's layers have been known to peel over time. Porous stone will need protective sealing at regular intervals.Cost: About $15 to $30 per square foot, uninstalled
“Windows kitchen” — baxty1046
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Carmadillo Master Bedroom
Ideabooks70,395
Questions20
Board and batten walls bring in another layer of texture to the home. The look is often used in traditional beach cottages and adds to the sense of the beach surroundings.
“Wall panels” — sgreenaway
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
Ideabooks80,132
Questions41
Painting the tray ceiling only (not the sides) the same color as the walls will accentuate the tray slightly, perfect in a room that you want to feel layered.
“painted tray, curtains” — smacfadyen
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