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Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
West 2nd Street, North Vancouver
Ideabooks1,031
Questions2
DIY modern photo display. Using cable and horn cleats (like they use on boats) or brackets, create your own unique display space for your favorite
neat photo display - would look good on rogers blue wall
Using cable and horn cleats (like they use on boats) or brackets, create your own unique display space for your favorite photos — black and white, of course.
2. DIY modern photo display. Using cable and horn cleats (like they use on boats) or brackets, create your own unique display space for your favorite photos — black and white, of course.
rope and boat cleats are all it takes. This display is perfectly positioned for someone taking a shower, and the photos can easily be switched after a memorable holiday or life event to keep them up to date.
“Bathroom art!” — greenyogini
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks934
Questions1
wall feature display in new lounge?
Lights inside display
Love the display storage wall
beautiful display shelves
Display cases feature in cupboards
DISPLAY CASES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
sculpture display with lighting
interesting display case
floating display 2...built-in display...display shelves
“nook” — warrilow
Kati Curtis Design
Boston Townhouse Powder Room
Ideabooks28,497
Questions14
I've got stuff like that to display
The idea of curating something we collect as art for display, rather than stored away
Really like the wall display above the toilet
I can feel a theme coming on. Display various artworks
purpose, and create intentional displays. By narrowing down the focus of your collection — white ironstone, say, or plates featuring birds — you can create a more interesting and cohesive collection. Then, find one location where you can fit all of the pieces in one display for maximum impact. Still have
Group and display your collections in an unexpected space, like this assembly of plates and trays in a homeowner's bathroom. So what if you're the only person you know
Curate collectionsWhatever your passions – from taxidermy to typography to travel – shape your displays in unexpected places, but where guests are sure to see them. This arrangement of plates looks amazing – and surprising – in the bathroom.
“So cool” — mmturk
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Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
11 Reviews
New York - Miami - Modern interior designer - Pepe Calderin Design
Ideabooks5,678
Questions8
display crystal in bath
sink and display wall
Figurines glass in toilet display
Wall display!...glass display...nice display idea
“Powder room” — James Scharf
Sarah Phipps Design
Ogden
Ideabooks991
Questions2
Use rail in our guest bath for display?
7. Put a picture shelf around the tub. Create a rotating display of photos, postcards and small framed art to enjoy while you soak. You can either use picture shelves meant for this purpose or put a chair rail atop
around the tub. Create a rotating display of photos, postcards and small framed art to enjoy while you soak. You can either use picture shelves meant for this purpose or put a chair rail atop beadboard.
7. Put a picture shelf around the tubCreate a rotating display of photos, postcards and small framed
while you soak. You can either use picture shelves to suit the purpose or add a chair rail to sit at the top of timber lining.More creative ways to display photos
“Bath2” — tchrsammy1989
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks4,344
Questions3
items squeezed into a medicine cabinet? This pretty display keeps the countertop clear of clutter.
Bathrooms. Here’s another great nook. Can you imagine all those items squeezed into a medicine cabinet? This pretty display keeps the countertop clear of clutter.
Cut out between the studs in the wall to display decorative pieces.
Here’s another great nook. This pretty display keeps the countertop clear of clutter.
Bathrooms. Here’s another great nook. Can you imagine all those items squeezed into a medicine cabinet? This pretty display keeps the countertop clear of clutter.
“espejo” — Luis Fernando Calvo
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Beach House
Ideabooks1,370
Questions2
CHAIR RAIL Use a chair rail to showcase a collection. Have a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood
12. Use a chair rail to showcase a collectionHave a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood. The key to making this look like a collection rather than clutter is to be really strict about what you include — don’t use
Use a chair rail to showcase a collectionDo you have a chair rail in the dining room or bath? Use it to display a collection of small shells, stones, sea glass or bits of driftwood. The key to making this look like a collection rather than clutter is to be really
“color” — Kle LS
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
18 Reviews
Balinese Influenced Bath
Ideabooks100K
Questions26
this website and it was De javu. The bath and goose neck tap is exactly what I had even down to the tiles on the floor. I purchased a dark wood display unit and modified it ourselves. I could not be more happiers with the outcome. Thank you Houzz.
home spa Even a modest bathing space can be glammed up with a few votive candles, rolled-up towels, a loofah, and a bunch of wicker baskets or glass display bottles to hold soap, salts and other pampering paraphernalia. For a decadent finishing touch, scatter rose petals on the bathwater and toast to your
And yet… This Asian-style bathroom is just as appealing. The key to its success lies not in hidden storage, but in a display unit that allows for candles, rolled-up towels and decorative items to set the mood.
“Shelves” — bmwblue
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