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Vinis BMC Production
Wine cellar of Burgundy limestone
Ideabooks2,273
Questions2
Font of an old and renovated burgunder cellar in a famous hotel/restaurant : l'Hostellerie de Levernois (near Beaune). Furniture : VINIS for the limestone wineracks, Friax for the iron bottle holders well integrated in wood boxes.
I like using old barrels as part of the decor.
old style
“like the counter sink bowl furniture” — nordviks
Linda Yowell Architects
Italianate Townhouse
Ideabooks23,677
Questions30
can you tell me the brand of sink? I have one like it that I want to pair but it has no name on it! It looks identical to this one- but mine is quite old I think.
Old tub Everything else updated Kids bathroom.
Out old tub!
“waterworks glasglow” — amosely
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Shady Grove Family Room
Ideabooks41,974
Questions33
These beams were salvaged from an old building by the contractor and architect on this project. I do not have the size. The ceilings are 12'.
The beams were salvaged from an old building. I do not have the dimensions. Thanks for asking!
Family Rom out of Old garage
“curtain rod” — chatalina
Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks1,584
Questions2
I like the old stone look for the outside of the house
I'll be your guest anytime! Always wanted to do a wall treatment like this in a room. Takes me away to being in an old villa or lighthouse. Minimal but peaceful! This is a great example of less is more. I can even smell the cool crisp air!
Old mill walls
“Bedroom stone walls” — Mervat Tawfik
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
KitchenLab
Ideabooks4,013
Questions8
That's a vintage tobacco basket on the wall, and the coffee table is an old factory cart. The fun of finding new uses for old things is another reason I love general-store style.
Another interesting pairing of two very different tables works out well here. They both add a vintage feel to the room, one in old wood, one in industrial metal.
“Antique cart coffee table” — Jordan Bachynski
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
Ideabooks905
Questions3
This home may be 100 years old, but the sink is older. It was purchased and coated with a new coat of porcelain and the faucets modified for today's use. Photographer: John Wilbanks Interior Designer: Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Could try to keep that old sink, but put in a new faucet so that it mixes hot & cold instead of separate spigots.
“Storage” — cbhb4l
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks20,635
Questions10
old with new
Old stuff...The old and new
“Beadbord” — thehuffingtons
Al Jones Architect
Levy Home
Ideabooks2,791
Questions3
This is old English flagstone imported from France
Contasting patterns and colors of patio and sidewalk. Old world look of paving.
Old brick
“nice color to surround black windows” — cdpearman
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