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Tucker & Marks
Inlaid tiles for ornate space
Entrance look and furniture
The table is custom designed by Studio Garneau as part of our "Multi" furniture line, variations of this and other products are available from us. Please visit our website for more information. http://studiogarneau.com/product/multi
division from the living room, where the clients entertain. Garneau's solution was a custom Murphy bed. In the open position it provides the comfort and luxury of a queen bed.Murphy bed: custom, Studio Garneau
Forest Hill home
Built by The Venetian Group, this luxury bathroom features a custom built dressing table with mitred marble top, marble top double vanity, soaker tub, built-in cabinetry and a custom inlaid tile floor. Arnal Photography
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
A Modern Miami Home
such as a chalkboard wall and fun unique kid size furniture. The bathrooms are very linear and play with the concept of planes in the use of materials.They will be a study in contrasting and complementary textures established with tiles from resin inlaid with pebbles to a long porcelain tile that resembles
Of course, there is also a good case to be made for getting rid of the tub entirely — if you prefer a luxurious shower to a soak, why not just get that space-hogging tub out of there? A sleek glass shower can make any small bathroom seem more spacious.Get the
Laura Martin Bovard
CSL Tour 2011
had sone green in it) with leather furniture. More than one color and style of leather furniture. velvet with leather
black wood furniture with brown couch and red tones
matching pieces of furniture with wall shelves above
walls, lighting, niche, furniture
Atmosphere Interior Design Inc.
2011 HHL Den
Ebonized furniture in the 20th century. Ebonizing can help make inexpensive furniture look more exotic. In the 1960s, laminate tops were fashionable — lacquering just the furniture legs and frames in black and using brass ferrules (metal bands) adds
A black room, walls, floors, furniture, except cieling
Ebonized furniture in the 20th century. Ebonizing can help make inexpensive furniture look more exotic. In the 1960s, laminate tops were fashionable — lacquering just the furniture legs and frames in black and using brass ferrules (metal bands) adds a touch of glamour. This study conveys a 1960s feel
feel. The desk is inlaid with leather, and the mirror and the sideboard are both ebonized to create a dramatic effect.
Gabriel Builders Inc.
furniture (couch, chairs, tables), overall rustic feel
Family room - furniture at back of couch
Color palette and furniture style
Stone inlaid inside mantel.
like furniture and doors
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
A judiciously placed pattern can make all the difference in a room. Whether it’s a chair, an ottoman or a beautifully inlaid chest, patterned furniture can add a spark that totally transforms a space. Pattern doesn’t have to come from upholstery, although oftentimes it does. A racy ottoman
Mixture of fabrics and furniture adding in the wood accent chairs
Mixed furniture. One wall of wall paper