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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,329
Questions7
closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in
Japanese are adept at creating flexible spaces. Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
are adept at creating flexible spaces. Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
“Asiatisch” — Eva Zimmermann
Barker Kappelle Construction, LLC
8 Reviews
Hawaii Kai Residence
Ideabooks188
Questions1
interesting way to have privacy on a window
“interesting window treatments” — 1westbourne1
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
Ideabooks5,355
Questions7
Dining room privacy
“Green wall” — leu67qar
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CM Glover
1 Review
Capitol Hill Row House
Ideabooks479
Questions1
To give more flexibility to the space and create privacy in the dining area, the couple installed shoji screens in 1993.
shoji screens create privacy in dining room
18 ft. wide row house. Installed shoji screens to give the space more flexibility and create privacy in the dining room.
To give more flexibility to the space and create privacy in the dining area, the couple installed shoji screens in 1993. Shoji screens: installed by Oriental Living, Bethesda, Maryland; dining table, chairs:
To give more flexibility to the space and create privacy in the dining area, the couple installed shoji screens in 1993.Shoji screens: installed by Oriental Living, Bethesda, Maryland; dining table, chairs: Henredon (circa 1990s); light fixtures: Chapeau 29, Resolute Lighting
“sliding door” — grnmnky1
Alan Kosa Interiors
7 Reviews
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks416
Questions4
Interior design by Alan Kosa Interiors. Custom Zen plank dining table with cerused oak top and bronze metal base. Use of organic materials adds to the richness and the calming mood of this loft space.
“dining table” — Smruti Patra
Diane Bennett Bedford
1 Review
Bridge Design Studio
Ideabooks1,717
Questions6
wonderful way to have the privacy to the partitioned space!!
A gorgeous Chinese screen gives privacy and very classy.
“Freestanding screen (frame added)” — peapaul
michael thompson art
2 Reviews
Lights
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Privacy from street
“Privacy from street” — bourom
Audrey Brandt Interiors
Audrey Brandt
Ideabooks669
Questions3
Nice way to add privacy to bathroom window
“Corner dining” — alacrockett
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