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Andrea Schumacher Interiors
16 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks6,995
Questions9
Hi Andrea,i've got a piano which i still use a lot and many books in a small flat. i like what you've done here so i am considering having shelves around it like this. Do you find it difficult to get the books from the higher shelves above the piano?
wall of books around the upright piano; seating arrangement; white wood ceiling with a pleasant pitch (low enough to still be cozy); comfy armchairs in neutral with colorful throw pillows; velvety deep blue fabric on the setee
feeling of a wider room.You can also make the piano wall a space saver by incorporating a built-in around it. This is very handy for storing song books framing the piano so it stands out.
“wall of books around the upright piano; seating arrangement; white wood ceiling with a pleasant pitc” — honeyranch
Robert Granoff
7 Reviews
Bachelor's Chelsea Manhattan Retreat
Ideabooks171
Questions2
For the proposed floating table beside the bed. Maybe instead of a mirror a stack of floating ledges for small books or toiletries?
Mirror, wallpaper and floating table
Wallpaper and console
“Draws” — oliviapaiged
Anthony Michael Interior Design, Ltd.
16 Reviews
Chicago River North Townhoue
Ideabooks1,012
Questions4
actually, I purchased the grouping as one entity, so the frames came with the item. This was purchased at a small antiquarian book store, rive gauche, Paris France..it represents Paris in 1739..the clients love it!..I only wish I could have obtained one for my own use!
“The striations” — fx21
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
my office
Ideabooks12,918
Questions7
Who makes this wallpaper? What is the name of it?
We sell it as Osborne & Little Komodo W6300-06 WALLPAPER ROLL SIZE 10m x 52 cm (11 yds x 20½ ins)
Connecting two book cases with desk section, combine by painting all one color. Desk in front different color
Desk, upholstered chairs, wallpaper
“Love the color combination.” — Design Clearly, L.L.C.
Poggenpohl
Poggenpohl
Ideabooks6,818
Questions2
What is the brand of this wallpaper? Thank you!
It’s not wallpaper, it’s honey onyx stone.
Love love wallpaper that looks like wood
Stone looking wallpaper
Awesome reading book!
marble wallpaper
“bench seat” — Travis Sinquefield
Chinc's Workshop
Mid-levels East
Ideabooks7,022
Questions3
They are wallpaper (Michen II series) from Korea which has a suede like texture
wallpaper (Michen II series) from Korea which has a suede like texture
They are wallpaper (Michen II series) from Korea which has a suede like texture
with led lights to light the books
wallpaper, desk area
“open ofc partition” — ccgana
ADG Interiors
1 Review
M Penthouse
Ideabooks177
Questions1
We engage in domestic and international interior design-related quality book editing and publishing. We’ve cooperated with many foreign design companies/designers and our books sell well both at home and abroad. Our new books “American Style Villa II”, “European Style villa” and “Soft Decoration” are
have been published, we will send you one hard copy of the BOOK for FREE including postage. You could see MASTERPIECES of yourself and the first-class designers from all over the world. We can also sign a CONTRACT about the publication and book sending. For more information, you can click http://cdn.dvip-sz
“Gloss door” — theglamourous
Vendome Press
Katie Ridder Rooms
Ideabooks9,789
Questions9
I love the bird prints; I need to let my people know that I'd like to collect them. Also be on the lookout for some old bird books like at sales and Fifth and Charles.... Also Lori G. says go to Hobby Lobby and buy their pkg. frames with mats and glass to do a project like this
instant art collection. Color plates from inexpensive vintage books are a great way to have an instant collection. Try a book with bird, shell or botanical illustrations, or a vintage atlas. One great source for stunning images all gathered in one book is The Cabinet of Natural Curiosities. Shop around — I
insists on keeping these rooms alive during daylight hours too. Her dining rooms burst with bold colors — from the paint, to the textiles, to the wallpaper. While many dining rooms become an overwhelming monochromatic mess of brown wood, Ridder limits her dining rooms to one major piece of brown wood
“Blue green purple” — jmreddi
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