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Mark English Architects, AIA
9 Reviews
Fontana
Ideabooks1,994
Questions4
Overall: rug other way to create length
Now armed with the glossy white floor and this greenish-blue stone wall, his next choice was to "go to the other side of the color wheel," where he found the deep orange hue of the ultrasuede sofas. The ultrasuede upholstery on the sofa as well as the plush oval rug introduce soft elements to the glossy
“Mom grey sponge” — helicoptermom
Parker & Associates Building Design Consultants
New Terrace Home - Glebe
Ideabooks39
Questions0
mirror on wall opposite other end length of room to make bigger area
light in the kitchen or consciously forgoing a walk-in robe for a larger main bedroom can save the time and cost of having to move walls and making other expensive changes in the middle of construction.
“櫃子跳色” — Amy Lin
Roundhouse
3 Reviews
Family kitchen
Ideabooks1,241
Questions4
Like this view other wise kitchen shots are too cluttered
kitchen, positioned right in the center of the house, feels bright and can carry off a gray scheme beautifully.More: When to Use Gray in the KitchenOther Kitchens of the Week
“glass panel above dining area - lots of light” — pashhome
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
Ideabooks6,731
Questions3
Framed works on paper. I like how one piece is hung above the fireplace and the other sits on the mantel.
On its own, each of the works above the mantel would be too small to fill that slice of wall. The solution? Elevate one, then prop the other to create a sense of motion and even out the visual weight.
“Placement of pics” — Sherrelle Hudson
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
new project
Ideabooks1,774
Questions10
I've been using lots of yellow and bluish gray in projects recently because I like how they contrast each other without appearing too busy or overdone. There's a nice crispness to the combination, especially when a little white is added to the mix.
I've been using lots of yellow and bluish gray in projects recently because I like how they contrast each other without appearing too busy or overdone. There's a nice crispness to the combination, especially when a little white is added to the mix.
“yellow for the wall!” — declanrennick
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
new project
Ideabooks5,594
Questions10
This is the other side of the room. Did you notice that these crystal sconces match that fabulous chandelier in the previous photo?
This is the other side of the room. Did you notice that these crystal sconces match that fabulous chandelier in the previous photo?
“Dining room cabinet” — keynachow
skylab architecture
Hoke Residence
Ideabooks3,176
Questions2
...This angled projection doesn't cover usable space, like the other examples above. It reaches out over a steep hillside that would be very difficult to build upon. Hence a cantilever is the logical choice. Here it houses a kitchen/dining
Maximise views past other houses
“cantilevered over unusable space” — dianegentry
Amelie de Gaulle Interiors
5 Reviews
Downtown penthouse
Ideabooks4,037
Questions7
bathroom” “Asian sublime connecting bed and bathroom.” “completely open, wet-room style bathroom, this bedroom and bathroom flow right in to each other with the bathroom counter also acting as the side table for the bed. Showers are along the left wall. The whole room feels very serene, and again, feels
Using a completely open, wet-room style bathroom, this bedroom and bathroom flow right in to each other with the bathroom counter also acting as the side table for the bed. Showers are along the left wall. The whole room feels very serene, and again, feels
“Pendant lights” — joe060977
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