2,884 ma Contemporary Home Design Photos

Mark Ashby Design
Scenic Drive Project
Ideabooks12,319
Questions11
Ma non troppo. Musically "but not too much," as in allegro ma non troppo (fast but not too fast). The idea of "but not too much" is certainly applicable to architectural and interior design. It's the notion that not the entire room should be of the same color, nor every shelf be filled to the brim. That
“Like the built in and space for TV” — Derrick Frazier
MaRae Simone Interiors, LLC
9 Reviews
STACKS
Ideabooks1,520
Questions3
Design by MaRae Simone, Faux Finish by b. Taylored Designs Photography by Terrell Clark
plain original and all her own style…..seeing this room and her use of different textures, shapes, colors, lighting and materials made me think, WOW. MaRae, you rock!
Some designers go the spare route with beds sporting a bolster pillow in lieu of traditional-size bed pillows, like in this bed design by MaRae Simone Interiors.
“Bench end of bed, color contrasts” — m30spice
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks5,990
Questions5
you get your spade out, grab your scis­sors and take a leaf out of Ma­tis­se’s book: Start by de­sign­ing with cutouts. Bet­ter still, be­fore you start, im­merse your­self in Ma­tis­se’s won­der­ful cutouts at the Tate Mod­ern or MoMA ex­hi­bi­tion.
Matisse’s book: Start by designing with cutouts.Better still, before you start, immerse yourself in Matisse’s wonderful cutouts at the Tate Modern or MoMA exhibition.More: Shape and Pattern Set Gardens’ Tone
“Seating on AstroTurf (with interestingly shaped edge)” — katywinter
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks8,155
Questions13
the Flos Arco Floor Lamp, which was designed by the Castiglioni brothers and introduced in 1962. It is included in the permanent design collection at MoMA in New York and, while ubiquitous in some cases, it looks as good today as it did when it was first introduced. Speaking of design, the Arco lamp strictly
the Flos Arco Floor Lamp, which was designed by the Castiglioni brothers and introduced in 1962. It is included in the permanent design collection at MoMA in New York and, while ubiquitous in some cases, it looks as good today as it did when it was first introduced. Speaking of design, the Arco lamp strictly
“Salas” — jacquelinecr24
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Villa Nuevo
Ideabooks2,157
Questions4
The Savoy vase is my standard wedding gift for anyone I know who is design-savvy. It's a breeze to order one online from MoMA and check "buy wedding gift" off your otherwise busy to-do list!
“Bkk bar” — json22
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Ideabooks2,604
Questions6
a bunch of accessories around. Thus, McAlear chose artful, sculptural light fixtures to serve as dramatic features throughout the house.Light: Oh Mei Ma Kabir suspension light, Ingo Maurer; fireplace: LED gas, Heat & Glo LUX60; swivel chairs: Portofino, Minotti
“stone on fireplace - could also be our outside stone” — pilottrex
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Ideabooks9,059
Questions13
move into your house, it is naked and bare." His accessories dress the home, transforming furnishings into fun outfits for rooms.More:Houzz Tour: When MoMA is Your Next Door NeighborHouzz Tour: New Spanish Style in San SebastiánHouzz Tour: A Mid-Century Modern GetawayHouzz Tour: A Colorful Cottage in the
“I like the little doggy on the beddy” — irelanddmd
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
N Street Residence
Ideabooks1,988
Questions2
ns are the gold stan­dard, so look for those terms on the pack­ag­ing and check to be sure the fab­ric is 100 per­cent that ma­te­rial.
ns are the gold stan­dard, so look for those terms on the pack­ag­ing and check to be sure the fab­ric is 100 per­cent that ma­te­rial. Some grow­ers use the term "Egyp­tian cot­ton" loosely, how­ever — true Egyp­tian cot­ton is grown
to spe­cific stip­u­la­tions. Be sure you're buy­ing from a qual­ity man­u­fac­turer and again, feel the ma­te­rial for soft­ness.
“nice” — henrikc
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