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Gabriele Pizzale Design Inc.
25 Reviews
Love the idea of wood panelling on the walls
like the raised wall panels on the walls
Paneling up stairway.
Nice paneling...paneling and stairs...wall paneling...Paneled wall...Wall panels...Wood panels...wood paneling...frame and panel
“Banister” — tamilynn2323
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Laidley Street Residence
paneling pattern and colour, and room under stairs
decorative panelling used to disguise storage
cover the wall with wood panel
stairs with wood panelling
paneling, floating stairs clear glass
Wood panels...Stairs panel...wood paneling
“Shelf by stairs” — lisastrull
John Prindle
What kind of wood did you use for the panels?
Hoe big is each panel? Thickness? Type of wood? What is the white material between each panel? Would greatly appreciate an answer!
this is the idea to have a panel baluster(s) instead of single balusters?? these are ugly but shows the idea of a wood panel decorative between wood
Love the full panel wood pieces
Greg designed an original pattern for the ApplePly panels that line the stairs and loft using the dots and dashes of Morse code. Each strip spells out the name of a member of the family.The stairs lead down to an apartment suite where Betsy lives. "Multigenerational living was part of the goal of redesigning
redesigning the space," Greg says. Her dedicated level in the house has a separate entrance, laundry appliances and a small kitchen.Railing panels: B&L Wood Creations; railing: steel, custom, Formed Objects
“panels” — retjet
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
1190 Royal York
door idea with out the raised center panel
3 panel doors - too fancy?
Traditional style 3 Raised Panel doors, painted white in a contemporary home
3 panel doors, love the look for the closets
Raised panel, raised sticking
3 panel doors...3 panels?...Panel walls...paneled doors...3 paneled doors
“Angle of stairs don't block view” — trevavogt
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
Minneapolis Remodel
Watanabe for his Spring/Summer 1999 collection. Unfortunately, it's sold but you can view it here: http://www.betterwall.com/banner/junya-watanabe-fashion.html
Glass panel balustrade
Glass panel on steps
glass panel railing...Glass panels
“stair” — lyrad0907
Delson or Sherman Architects pc
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Row House
about 50 s.f. Amazingly, 100 years later, the pattern is still available! I got it from Abingdon Construction (http://abingdonconstruction.com/plates.html), pattern 200.
The staircase handrail and pressed-tin panelling are original features. ‘The staircase treads were too damaged to save,’ says Sherman. ‘But luckily that pressed-tin pattern is still being manufactured
“Stairs colour” — rselea
CG&S Design-Build
10 Reviews
A House With Zip!
I've been trying to find more information on wood and/or veneer panels that look professional looking, or something like what is pictured here but I keep finding dead ends. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Typically the paneling is added right on top of drywall. I have seen this done with solid wood (although rarely) but an edge-banded veneer would likely be the most common. A 1/4" veneer is applied to the entire wall with the rectangular panels added on top. It is not difficult to
some presence where you are, and it may be a good place to start: http://www.nari.org/ As for the wall itself, it's framed in the usual way, and the panels are stained mdf, which is one of the most commonplace materials around. The carpentry was top notch however, and the design was quite intricate. So
“Handrail” — edinadan
Turnquist Design
Minnetonka Modern
variety of online lighting resellers, here is one link to get you started... http://www.ylighting.com/bub-cigar.html The entire series (http://www.ylighting.com/george-nelson-bubble-lamps.html) contains a number of different shapes, which you can easily make into a mixed cluster too...
Glass panels for stairwell
“railing” — kangfam
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