156 tiger eye Basement Design Photos

Architectural Justice
26 Reviews
Basement Bar
Ideabooks63
Questions0
Oceanside Tiger's Eye Mosaic Tile
“granite” — Amy Heidenreich
Architectural Justice
26 Reviews
Wet Bar
Ideabooks57
Questions0
Oceanside Tiger's Eye Mosaic Tile
“bathroom sink” — elf4
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Basement Den
Ideabooks22,973
Questions28
Love the color of the room but I have my eyes set on a red sectional
you felt nervous and uncomfortable? That response is often caused by the lack of a place for the eye to rest. Every room benefits from a quiet place — a place without motion or pattern, a place where your eye can take a break. The ceiling, walls and carpet in this room provide exactly those places and are
are the reason this room works so well. Look around your rooms. Do they make you twitchy? If so, consider creating a place where your eye can rest.
felt nervous and uncomfortable? That response is often caused by the lack of a place for the eye to rest. Every room benefits from a quiet place — a place without motion or pattern, a place where your eye can take a break. The ceiling, walls and carpet in this room provide exactly those places and
“Colors” — tpraddy
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Bulhon Design Associates
2 Reviews
Colorado Retreat
Ideabooks3,309
Questions11
Love the eye catching log style pool table
“Track lighting” — jboyes1
Dwelling Designs
7 Reviews
Basement Remodel
Ideabooks3,165
Questions5
artist of the CB2 piece, Jordan Carlyle, and commissioned him to put together this edgy work for the room."My team and I constantly attempted to fool the eye with several overscale pieces that were mixed in height," Alshash says. "The sectional and floor lamps, for example, have large footprints but sit low
“thick back/arm rests + over stuffed cushions” — bajanlimey
Gabriele Pizzale Design Inc.
25 Reviews
Sienna Street
Ideabooks2,248
Questions2
The best way to judge this is to sit on your seating that will be near the fireplace and measure you eye level from the floor up, then subtract an inch or two to make sure you won't be looking up the fireplace.
“wood looking tile” — Jacquie Charpentier
Douglas Design Studio
11 Reviews
Transitional Toronto Home
Ideabooks4,468
Questions6
stone floor, eye candy
“Vibe” — vanlee78
Contemporary Basement
Ideabooks3,370
Questions1
I like the lights in the ground that follow the curve in the wall. It leads your eyes from one area of the room to the other. It gives it an elegant yet modern look. Mixed with the dark floors and the ambient lighting it is a perfect
“Floor 4” — jneave
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