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David Vandervort Architects
Lopez Island Residence
mes a vertical line is the way to go.
Go vertical. A collection of whimsical masks and figures fills a narrow wall area perfectly and adds a burst of color to an all-white room.
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Judith Balis Interiors
Color Fiesta Bedroom
Erika Bierman Photography
Erica Islas for Good Shepherd Charity Project
this very vertical room. This room's scale is very irreverent: The narrow bed, tall headboard and large side table really work to add interest. Plus the two-tone wall is another detail that accentuates the verticality of this room. I love the architectural side lamp as well. It's subtle choice, but this
with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique texture. Millwork engineered & manufactured by Berkeley Mills
with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique texture.
Joel Kelly Design
W Downtown Atlanta
and the vertical artwork works to create equilibrium between ceiling and headboard.
Vertical paintings elongate the headboard
Tucker & Marks
photos hung vertically on top of each other
prints hung vertically. Wondering what to frame? You can never go wrong with architectural drawings and vintage fashion sketches.
Architectural and Interior Photography
If vertical height isn’t what 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. This painting shows how even paintings need to be on the walls in order to create
If vertical height isn’t what 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