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Compass and Rose
Loft Apartment Notting Hill
Ideabooks12,243
Questions8
could have looked too uniform; these look freed up and innovative.
Expose brickworkWhether you prefer an industrial feel or a rustic country look, exposed
cabinet. A fitted kitchen in this space could look regimented and unimaginative, but this one looks freed up and innovative.
cabinet. Matching kitchen pieces in this space could have looked too uniform; these look freed up and innovative.
‘invisible’ signposts of style; a way to look cool and modern without the need for loud colours or big, look-at-me designer pieces. This kitchen-diner
I like this industrial farmhouse look
“Brick wall” — aligill
Pause Architecture + Interiors
Pause Studio
Ideabooks9,533
Questions9
Very similar idea of what you have. Originally I was looking for the thick glass blocks, yours looks nicer and seems have more light through. Thank you very
I forgot to mention the reason why I ended up using sanded acrylic panel is because it is lighter in weight, less expensive and also I was
Thanks for the comment. I'll head over and take a look in the showroom. Really digging the work. Thanks for sharing.
Looks soooo pretty! Nice and simple, just the way I like it :)
updated contemporary style, this feature alludes to a more industrial look, warmed up by the light wood shelves. Ho says this closet system has forced him
updated contemporary style, this feature alludes to a more industrial look, warmed up by the light wood shelves. Ho says this wardrobe system has forced him
Cool idea to hang up clothes
“support linge” — neigebourget
Pizzigati Designs- eco chic interiors
1 Review
Manhattan Pad
Ideabooks3,402
Questions4
Shows how dark paint behind TV looks good
that you do not have to twist to the side or look up to get a good view of the screen. If you have to look up to see the screen, either move the TV to a
TV set up
“Fireplace bookshelf and tv” — bugbillsloth
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Found Associates
Private Home in Chiswick, London
Ideabooks5,450
Questions9
this sofa and chair before and would love to know where it is from. It looks like a modern twist on the classic Howard design. Thank you for your time
in this repeating geometric design with a similar color scheme. Are you looking for celedon or yellow? Here is a link to some of the newest repeating geometric
I like this whole house. Worth looking at this whole project as it's that our style. I don't want to replicate
The ceilings texture really pops out at you when you look at this photo
Floor and sofas - look nice in grey. Go lighter on the walls and darker on sofas?
Look up. Forget flat ceilings. Here the texture creates interest and opens up the room. You can create a ceiling with
Don’t forget to look upForget flat ceilings. Here, the texture creates interest and opens out the
“Shutters” — dorrisnelson
ArchiBlox
1 Review
Balaclava House
Ideabooks768
Questions0
Like industrial look but warm feel of shelves for pantry.
which helps conceal everything else. Look up and you’ll notice the slant in the ceiling – that’s because this smart set-up utilises the awkward space under
Tucked in a corner nook is a pantry that helps conceal everything else. Look up and you’ll notice a slant in the ceiling; the setup utilizes an awkward
“Division” — Yanty Villarreal
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
26 Reviews
tineke triggs
Ideabooks170K
Questions103
with two doors small chest with build on top a spilt 4 shelves on each side up to ceiling
Poufs: Are they comfortable to sit on and practical? I love the way they look, not sure if people actually use them? since I think they are somewhat less
paint color suggested by someone else, the BM Raspberry Mousse & it looks florescent, not the same. Love this room! Thank you!
Would love to replicate this look for my twin boys in our new house. Are the beds and the storage unit in
the finished floor, they will look like poorly hemmed pants. Good luck.
this looks like bejamin moore predawn sky
This light would look so cool in this room: ...
Eyetreat!! I love that pink.. Even voile curtains may enhance the room look.. .../
what colors did you end up choosing?
“color scheme” — amamoore04
John Kraemer & Sons
39 Reviews
Hollywood Chic Living Room
Ideabooks33,283
Questions30
Exactly what we are looking for! Any ideas on where to find it???
Loving the brick! Is this reclaimed brick? How exactly was this look achieved?
My fireplace is on is plastered wall but I want to achieve this look of the old white
there was a good backsplash type of product to use but i absolutely love this look and are open to any suggestions. Even the painting technique is amazing!
brick before I paint to get more of a sloppy mortar look. I'm an artist so I'm looking to mimic this look. Is there any way to get in touch with the painter
create a similar look with Wesley Hall furniture. They have a great design your own program and an amazing fabric selection! I LOVE this look. It's timeless
beautiful brick look on the fireplace?
“Color scheme” — myoung01
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
Jen + Raymond Cleveland, Oh
Ideabooks1,923
Questions3
leather sofa on Etsy and drove 10 hours across Pennsylvania to pick it up. Always up for a design adventure, "It was well worth it," she says. "It's amazing
Looking up. Filling unused vertical space is a great way to get major impact in a room without shrinking the usable floor
Looking up. Filling unused vertical space is a great way to get major impact in a
color. Eclectic Family Room by Adrienne DeRosa Adrienne DeRosa SaveEmail Looking up. Filling unused vertical space is a great way to get major impact in a
The plant pulls the eye up to the ceiling so nicely.
and drove 10 hours across Pennsylvania to pick it up.Martini side table in brass, West Elm.
Looking up. Filling unused vertical space is a great way to
“windows and ceiling lights” — Hazel Morano
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