Anthropometric design allows the user to use a space and its furnishings with plenty of space to accomodate natural movement of the body in the furniture and around the furniture. It provides comfortable flow & movement within a space for multiple people.
with any design, scale is critical. In this case, the space is two-story living room. The large scale shade is a mix of an outer, silver organza shade with a custom printed inner shade. The result is one that is elegant and eye-catching.
You can find this fixture and others like it at Seascape Lamps.
Design Associates - Lynette Zambon, Carol Merica
these designers have uploaded
here is the link as well: http://www.houzz.com/photos/professionals/11067/Design-Associates--Lynette-Zambon-Carol-Merica
cabin-style interiors. That description may immediately scream "man cave," but it doesn't have to. Dark tones layered upon one another can be super sophisticated. Also, since cabins usually have some utilitarian use to them, it's common to see tools hung on walls as accessories, such as the military binoculars
sure the designer/homeowner can. Bonnie Muxo: firstname.lastname@example.org
rustic twig design of the railing is a nice touch around this deck with a river view in North Carolina. Multiple groupings of seats encourage quiet conversations or provide places to contemplate on your own as the river rolls by.