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Vered Blatman Cohen
Residence in Tel Aviv
space. Ceilings are ideal candidates to express drama and personality when the rest of the space is all modern lines and glass.
“cranny” is actually a recessed ceiling. And it’s the perfect place for a pop of canary yellow — and a showstopping pendant — since the room offers little wall space. Ceilings are ideal candidates to express drama and personality when the rest of the space is all modern lines and glass.
ceiling and pop of yellow color
Recessed ceilings. Here the “cranny” is actually a recessed ceiling. And it’s the perfect place for a pop of canary yellow — and a showstopping pendant — since the room
recessed ceiling - pop of colour - maybe turqurious
Recessed ceilings - the perfect place for a pop of canary yellow — and a showstopping
Eames lounge chair, Pop Art by Victor Vasarely, Expedit bookshelf with mirrored back, Blown up art of my Pug made at Kinkos, bookshelf styling
ikea bookshelf with books, art and mirrored back
like the book shelf for art and books and the large black and white framed dog photo
I really like the idea of having cubes with art and mirror in some of them.
Pic of Viv and album art
corner for books that belonged to your loved one. Books are interesting, because together they create an indirect story line about the interests of a person. Honor the life interests of your loved one by displaying their books for others to enjoy and remember.
the house reserved just for you, your dog should know the do-not-disturb rule doesn’t apply to him. A blown-up portrait will welcome him into your personal space.
Klang & Associates
Personalized and sporty
wall art...Personalized wall...Wall Art
Nina van de Goor's Home - Roof Terrace
STEP 6: Add personalised decorationsA few personal touches can really up the ante at a barbecue party and pull your theme together. Hang bunting and garlands. For a low-cost, high-impact
and attach it to the back of the chairs to give to guests during or at the end of the evening.Chalk up the festivities. Another great way to add a personalised feel to the event is to invest in a chalkboard and write out the menu, drinks lists or even the rules to a party game of choice – guests will love
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Laura Lee Gulledge
Contrasting colors and quirky decor, it's a wonderfully personalized space.
Colour, not sure which room. Art room?
Paint color (unknown) is probably too bright for us, but it looks fabulous with the dark cherry-finished bookshelves and the pops of deep coral and gold.
patchwork art hanging
bookcase, art...Tiny wall art
Peg Berens Interior Design LLC
Gorgeous Living Room in Hollywood Regency Style - Robert Naik photography
A sensational living room in wondrous shades of purple. The accent wall is a great place to display art!
For church, parish hall Thompson room. Example of a panel reserved for hanging pieces of art.
back drop for multiple pieces of art
want them to pop, frame the gathering and paint the background a complementary color.
The art display in this space is highlighted by a sizable lilac stripe. This color not only ties in with the room's furnishings, but it also helps to create a focal point by putting the emphasis on the art. This is
covered with paintings, mirrors and ephemera adds a very personal, cozy touch. It kind of makes you want to host a salon.
Gather a group together. Designer Peg Berens lucked out with this project, because her clients already had an extensive art collection for her to work with. "After sorting through
Anne Tarasoff Interiors
foot board? chair with personalized pillow
BIG wall art...make it your own!
pop of red...Pop of color
Lisa Petrole Photography
Project in Progress
Where is the wall art from?
I personally do not like green or any colour. I only do white and greys and add colour with art work. But I'm a photographer and not an interior designer so I am not the right person to ask! sorry I can't help you out.
photography is an art. Photografer knows what to do to represent a place more beautiful than the reality.
I think it depends on how modern your living room is and what you place on top of it. I personally love this table.
How nice for the lighting person to give credit to the photographer and she trying to be helpful with the colors...refreshing!
greys with color pops (although i like blues better than yellow)
front door into a dark and dingy entry is the first thing you’re faced with every day, change that! Repaint, put up a wall covering or a great piece of art, get a foyer table that does double duty as storage, get a lamp and use it. Change the areas that affect you and you’ll see your mood shift.Get creative