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Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Beautiful room! Can you tell me the color/make of the wood floor?
any idea where to find a rug similar to this?
any ideas on wall and ceiling colors
Looks fantastic! What are the dimensions of this room?
Like the simplicity and levels of interest in this room
Space planning tip: Use area rugs to delineate spaces in an open-concept plan. Notice how the rugs assist the transition between the living room, dining room and kitchen.
“colors, modern and warmth” — Morgan Nguyen
Metro Seattle's National Award-Winning Kitchen & Bath Designer
National award-winning Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer, specializing in residential space planning. He is expert at working remotely via screen sharing and using digital modeling.
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
Another nice idea for a larger piece
Love the idea of a water wall
design idea for the office area and connecting
Chair for sitting room
Dining room...wall idea...Waterfall idea...dining room wall...Table idea
“Everything” — lylu1220
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Europe and Asia
I don't think it would be a good idea to paint over slate tile.
Any idea what the paint color is?
Update idea for small bath. Just not the slate
slate to tie in living room
Spare bath idea cabinet and countertop
Washroom idea...Kids bath
“our bath” — Amber Westall
Greenauer Design Group
3 Reviews
Desert Dream
i like the idea of map as a wallpaper in the bathroom
Love the map idea, saw map tiles somewhere too but wallpaper probably more cost effective
for kids or guest bath
love the wall map idea
Global room?...Map idea on wall
“I like the map, especially those places that we visited.” — ebetonio
Arch-Interiors Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
West Hills Master Bathroom Retreat
How was the bamboo anchored in with screws or was the piece put together whole and inserted in the room?
this is a cool idea just in case you want
Fun idea with bamboo
be a room divider...nice bamboo idea...Funky idea...Room screen...Room divide...Divider from room...Split up room...Bambú wall idea...room divider
“love the divider box” — Anetia Johnson
Design A
Tea Room
Built with Zen in mind,this tea room was designed and built using traditional Japanese joinery and materials. Some of the Japanese elements include: bamboo ceiling panels, Yukimi shoji screens (screens with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave
what to do with rec room!
different vibe and prevents it from feeling like a regular room.
Meditation room/ shoji scene wall with natural daylight/ flooring/ ceiling
“merely pretty,” and omoshiroi, the interestingness that makes something beautiful. The window breaking this meditation room's symmetry and offering a glimpse of a garden beyond gives the room omoshiroi.
“Want this yoga room” — redecoratingtropicalcalm
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Designs by Shoshana
Green paint might work in the bedroom the same color that's in the other room upstairs
best use of side edges of a large room
Another idea of using fabric as screen above bed
This LOOKS like the room now. You could do a queen like this but pushed up to wall with windows and WITH a "corner" headboard like we've seen in other photos
Love the shades of the room
“Green walls” — misfreeman
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
you need, artwork above the bed can also work to expand your space horizontally. Simply continue the pieces past the width of the headboard, and your room will feel that much more spacious. More: Browse the latest bedroom photos on HouzzOne-of-a-Kind Décor for Above the BedHow to Choose Artwork
The atmosphere of the room
idea for Jim's hexagrams
frame ideas for fabric
Head wall idea...Bedroom kids
“Similar to our jap stencils” — kwlpaz
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