114,632 metal hurricane Home Design Photos

Ballard Designs
4 Reviews
Suzanne Kasler Directoire Collection
Ideabooks332
Questions0
metal hurricane
Suzanne Kasler Woven Metal Lantern
metal lantern...metal patio...candle hurricane
“Wall ideas” — collmanmts
Pier 1 Imports
Pier 1 Imports
Ideabooks187
Questions1
Brown metal hurricanes in the back left
Brown Pierced Metal Floor Hurricanes
Metallic Bronze Stemware
Floor hurricanes
“Our table!” — anniepanderson
studio m | design
Basement media room with sectional sofa and giraffe texture carpeting
Ideabooks3,015
Questions5
metal hurricane
“couch” — renataknight
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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PAOLA LENTI AMBIANCE
Ideabooks5,488
Questions7
Pillar candles in vases or hurricanes make a chic and seductive centerpiece at a private table for two.
or hurricanes make a chic and seductive centerpiece at a private table for two.
Pillar candles in vases or hurricanes
Modern metal. These metal beams add interest and break up the repetitive horizonal flow of the wood ceiling. Great for a contemporary ceiling treatment.
Place candles in hurricanes on your coffee table. This is an easy solution for adding extra candlelight to your space, and a flame enclosed in a
a hurricane makes it much safer when placed in the middle of a traffic zone.
Light up the night. Candles are an inexpensive way to add a sense of wintry romance. Group them together in clear glass hurricanes or on crystal candleholders to allow the glittering candlelight to reflect off the surface
“Velas” — itapou
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
5700 Spanish oaks
Ideabooks6,638
Questions15
GRANITE!!! could be Hurricane, Copper Canyon or Asterix
the granite - hurricane?
Countertop- juparanabordeaux,Madura gold, hurricane
Madura Gold (orange) or Hurricane
Hurricane is the stone
Granite- hurricane...Hurricane granite
“love the granite - hurricane?” — Angela Morgan
Joni Spear Interior Design
18 Reviews
Joni Spear Interior Design
Ideabooks2,348
Questions4
love the glass and silver hurricanes...can you tell me where they are from? thanks!e
Hurricane glass candle holders flanking mirror on either end of buffet
flanked symmetrically by two lamps or candles is a classic formula for success. In this arrangement a large honeycomb mirror takes center stage. Two hurricane glass candles on each side. And the drawer pulls on the console table add a touch of funkiness to the blend.
“Mirror” — jade8132
Nick Deaver Architect
5 Reviews
Walkabout Exterior
Ideabooks8,109
Questions7
What are these metal posts called and where can I buy them
I am looking for metal posts that will rust. Where can I get them and what do I ask for? Thanks!
The beams look to be wood, painted the same color as metal posts? Than
industrial look but it looks so warm and cosy at the same time. are the metal beams/posts painted? they seemed so woodlike
Thank you for your interest in Nick's work. There is no paint on the steel posts, beams or on the galvanized metal roof. kathleen deaver for nick
corrugated metal at bottom of house
Tie downs and vertical roof would result in hurricane protection
Design for uplift. Hurricane-force winds can pull buildings apart.
Great use of metal siding in juxtaposition with the natural surroundings
“서머하우스” — annie68
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Classic Hyannisport Residence Sun Room
Ideabooks5,964
Questions9
Where did you find the hurricanes on the coffee table?
like the hurricane lamp and flowers
scheme is all that is needed, like in this somewhat nautical blue sunroom. Notice the framed art, hurricane lamps and flower arrangement added to make it feel homey
overaccessorize your sunroom. A pretty and simple scheme is all that is needed, like in this somewhat nautical blue sunroom. Notice the framed art, hurricane lamps and flower arrangement added to make it feel homey.
overaccessorize your sunroom. A pretty and simple scheme is all that is needed, like in this somewhat nautical blue sunroom. Notice the framed art, hurricane lamps and flower arrangement added to make it feel homey.More: How to outfit your sunroomA Kit Greenhouse Becomes a Creative Private Office
“Couch color” — Peggy Dixon
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