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Robert Young Architects
bathroom
Ideabooks1,209
Questions3
Mixtures of contemporary elements with Tradrtional
Maintaining a balance of traditional and modern elements is as much a part of the theme as the low-maintenance coastal influence
Maintaining a balance of traditional and modern elements is as much a part of the theme as the low-maintenance coastal influence. Here a claw-foot tub
Maintaining a balance of traditional and modern elements is as much a part of the theme as the low-maintenance coastal influence
“Large sink” — brehoekstra
Northern Virginia Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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BAYBERRY NURSERIES
6 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
Ideabooks2,786
Questions3
low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor for experiencing a garden if ever I saw one
WOW - WHAT I WOULDN'T DO TO HAVE THIS IN THE FALL. 4 Elements of a Stunning Fall Garden Negative Space The use of negative space, in
low trees, and how the eye is drawn deeper into the landscape due to the element of absence — that’s a metaphor for experiencing a garden if ever I saw one
“sugar maples” — mgsondance
TOC design
10 Reviews
Hotel Chic
Ideabooks6,246
Questions9
classic black and white elements and the use of warm tone materials such as natural cherry for the pocket doors is the key element to the space, thus balances
texture and pattern to blend with each surrounding areas. Use contrasting elements, but control with tone on tone textured materials such as wall tile. Use
lights, highlight the rich marble wall and ties this luxuriant practical element inviting guests to the enticing journey of the on-suite. Incorporate
wall niches, vanity counter and feature wall sections. Blend architectural elements with a cool white LED strip lighting for decorative-mood accents. Integrate
“nice! but less grout” — Mary Baldridge
Earth Elements Design Center
1 Review
Foxtail
Ideabooks2,025
Questions6
The grey wall behind the bed is a crackle wallpaper supplied by Earth Elements. The brown wall is actually a wood floor from Arrigoni Woods. We do not
crackle wallpaper supplied by Earth Elements
grey wall behind the bed is a crackle wallpaper supplied by Earth Elements
This close-up photograph of a dandelion seed head in a bedroom by Earth Elements Design Center proves that a “weed” is in the eye of the beholder.
“night stands, bed, wood wall” — Kimberly Mallett
DWYER DESIGN
golden gate heights
Ideabooks2,850
Questions2
architectural elements, such as the slatted parapet wall and the garage door itself that at night acts as a lantern eroding the more solid elements.
architectural elements, such as the slatted parapet wall and the garage door itself that at night acts as a lantern eroding the more solid elements.
“slats over stucco” — openhausdesign
Watershed Design
4 Reviews
MANLY 09
Ideabooks1,971
Questions4
4. Try graphic elements. More a delicate sculpture than a gate, this steel piece has a fluid,
Try graphic elements. More a delicate sculpture than a gate, this steel piece has a fluid,
Try graphic elements. More a delicate sculpture than a gate, this steel work has a fluid repetitive design that works as a counterpoint to the solid concrete
4. Try graphic elements. More a delicate sculpture than a gate, this steel piece has a fluid,
“Gate1” — Sumedh Desai
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks10,548
Questions3
Add an unexpected element. It could be a burst of orange in a pink and lavender garden or a pop of
Add an unexpected element. It could be a burst of orange in a pink and lavender garden or a pop of
“Flowers” — lindacottes
Shirley Meisels
6 Reviews
Lake Simcoe Residence
Ideabooks1,436
Questions1
everything is clean and simple, I wanted to rough it up a bit with imperfect elements like rougher woods, pottery and hammered steel,” she says. “The cottage
monotone, it would feel very sterile.” One of the biggest “roughed up” elements she added is the dining room table. “The contrast of the black helps ground
everything is clean and simple, I wanted to rough it up a bit with imperfect elements, such as rougher woods, pottery and hammered steel,’ she says. ‘The cottage
monotone, it would feel very sterile.’ One of the biggest ‘roughed up’ elements she added is the dining room table. ‘The contrast of the black helps ground
“table” — Justin Carter
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