Arthur McLaughlin & Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Arthur McLaughlin & Associates
Ideabooks18,001
Questions9
“That gi-normouse screen” — jenniferm150
SW designs
Entertainment Haven
Ideabooks1,907
Questions5
Reclaimed wood panel hides sliding doors that provides privacy to the guest bedroom. Photography by Moris Moreno
“Love the stools” — nellarnold
Olga Oreshyna
Audio Diffusers
Ideabooks317
Questions0
You have to acoustically treat your room. Talk to any acoustics or audio pro and they will tell you that diffusion is the final piece that can turn a good sounding room into a great one. A diffuser is a great way to control reflections in a room and make your room sound flatter, improves sound clarity and ambience while increasing the overall perceived space of the room. Inv...More
“Idée pour améliorer l'acoustique: faire des panneaux de bois comme ceux-ci.” — angaile
Richlin Interiors
Media Wall
Ideabooks4,661
Questions4
Photography by: Jerry Krecicki with Affordable Photography
“wall for living room” — jujubes
Robyn Clarke + Co
2 Reviews
Lawrence Park Residence
Ideabooks6,104
Questions4
“Built-in cabinets, soffit, and TV setup” — jpwoodland
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
4 Reviews
2012 CotY Award-Winning Interiors
Ideabooks9,916
Questions7
2012 Northeast Regional CotY Award winning project in Residential Interior $100,000 and Over. By Alex Dzieman Building Contractor, Inc., in Sag Harbor, N.Y. http://www.adbcinc.com/index.htm
“Couches” — mengeler
Watermark & Company
6 Reviews
Spyglass Studio Control Room
Ideabooks579
Questions1
The control room. Precise angles and heights were required in order to meet the design specifications for this space. This space won the National NARI Contractor of the Year Awards for Best Home Theater & Media Rooms under $150,000. Photography by Roy Peña.
“Studio” — Aaron Rogers
Elytronic
Wired Wonderland
Ideabooks10,569
Questions6
“love the star effect of the lights, but could do without the swiss cheese effect. I'd enjoy a twilig” — ladyjewell
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