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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
1190 Royal York
Ideabooks6,187
Questions11
Suspension Pendants disguises the fact that they're hanging in a pretty rigid line. The line formed by these pendants, when combined with the crown moldings in the room, combine to imply a ceiling. This technique is a way to take high ceilings and draw them down to a more human scale by focusing a line
Suspension Pendants disguises the fact that they're hanging in a pretty rigid line. The line formed by these pendants, when combined with the crown moldings in the room, combine to imply a ceiling. This technique is a way to take high ceilings and draw them down to a more human scale by focusing a line
“Different...” — bghxox
Renewal Design-Build
13 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,450
Questions13
Like molding on top of cabinets
there were structural details with the soffits and ceiling height changes from the original addition that the team had to deal with. But by adding molding in different depths, they were able to create a beautiful focal point.A ceiling bump-out for the sofa and a few feet of floor area for the dining table
“Counters, red stools” — emmiesix
Beth Dana Design
3 Reviews
Mountain View
Ideabooks1,768
Questions9
“While this house had some crown molding, it had zero baseboards or trim. That’s like cake with no frosting.” — interior designer Beth DanaThe owner's finding this now-charming cottage came about, one could argue, because she used The Secret. However it came to be, her home is dreamy. Full story: Houzz
“Curtains” — tommymorse007
Nicholas Moriarty Interiors
17 Reviews
Evanston Kitchen Rehab
Ideabooks8,954
Questions6
Lovvvvve molded sink and counter top as one!!!
Fully integrated. There is no molding, caulking or sink edge to work with and clean around when you have a sink connected directly to the countertop. A fully integrated sink is made of
“Counter” — degray39
HighCraft Builders
11 Reviews
Sherwood
Ideabooks1,783
Questions5
nature allows it to live happily with the existing tones. “The clients wanted to retain as much of the original wood trim and floors as possible. The molding was finished in a dark stain, so we chose hickory wood for the cabinets, which has a lot of character and a lot of light and dark tones,” she says
“nice cabinets, both in a lighter-than-cherry stain & lit upper wall cabinets; restricted use of open” — sailnmuffin
W Design Interiors
4 Reviews
Whimsical Chicago Traditional
Ideabooks1,485
Questions7
previous 100-year-old home in Connecticut as inspiration for this new home, built in the Greek revival style with period details, such as the detailed molding and iron vent covers on either side of the window. The designers added architectural details including the tongue and groove ceiling and the octagonal
“Alcove 3” — lidarke
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Dining Room with Board Formed Concrete Walls
Ideabooks3,066
Questions3
Verner Panton's S Chair from the early 1960s is the first injection-molded plastic chair.
Verner Panton's S Chair from the early 1960s is the first injection-molded plastic chair. Available in a range of colors, the chairs can be stacked and became a favorite of cafeterias and schools. I can't help but think
“consider wall covering across back wall to differentiate spaces” — AeH Designs, LLC
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Stone
Ideabooks418
Questions0
development. Responding to a regional aesthetic of large wooden barns with wood-shingled roofs, the architects cleverly borrowed indigenous cues to mold their creations. The resulting architecture defined a particular type of modern design that departed from the rectilinear — and often cold — International
development. Responding to a regional aesthetic of large wooden barns with wood-shingled roofs, the architects cleverly borrowed indigenous cues to mold their creations. The resulting architecture defined a particular type of modern design that departed from the rectilinear — and often cold — International
“this style” — glovertree
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