27,760 support center Contemporary Home Design Photos

VictorEric
41 Reviews
Clifside Residence
Ideabooks3,006
Questions4
another possible configuration for the island to accommodate all the seats we need and with support in the center instead of at the corners like a table.
“Table pour 6” — lapojul01
Evalyn Ashmore, ASID
Multi-functional living room featuring a cable supported media center.
Ideabooks305
Questions1
Multi-functional living room featuring a cable supported media center.
boxes to create media center
media center
“Plantation shutters” — asparkmannc
Tanya Schoenroth Design
14 Reviews
Burnaby Capitol Hill Residence
Ideabooks6,952
Questions6
concrete center support beam in center...make it look like La Condesa's concrete work.
Support too visible
“Iddydiffgll” — erickchickennugget
Raul J. Garcia | Photography Architectural
2 Reviews
6th Street Residence
Ideabooks94
Questions1
offset single support
Centre Home Stairwell
“Stairs” — losch822
Veranda Estate Homes & Interiors
8 Reviews
Master bedroom closet
Ideabooks9,479
Questions5
I like this because it doesn't have the support rod in the center and the color, white
“higher shelf above longer hanging bar. uses space efficiently” — gdansk19
usona
Sofa 01917
Ideabooks3,132
Questions7
creates a very strong design. This room is so expertly done and supports the art so uniquely. The large black rectangle of the art is found in the shape of the pillows and again in the pattern in the rug. Notice how the art is not centered behind the sofa. That staggering of rectangles is picked up in
composition and supporting compositional / shape elements
Combine techniques. Using a combination of the above techniques creates a very strong design. This room is so expertly done and supports the art so uniquely
creates a very strong design. This room is so expertly done and supports the art so uniquely. The large black rectangle of the art is found in the shape of the pillows and again in the pattern in the rug. Notice how the art is not centered behind the sofa. That staggering of rectangles is picked up in
“Rug?” — stonecarver
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks28,462
Questions19
great wall divder or use around support pillar
Could use this to house the TV in the centre of the basement instead
structural column. Turn it into a media center. Not sure where to place your TV in your big, beautiful open floor plan? Why not turn your structural column into a media center?
more modern, including the wood treatment around the center column. See more of this basement
Turn it into a media center. Not sure where to place your TV in your big, beautiful open floor plan? Why not turn your structural column into a media center? Even if you don’t place the TV there right away,
The open floor plan and exposed joists give the feeling of additional height. Wood strip-clad interior columns conceal support beam, ducts, pipes and wires."Instead of trying to fuse the look of the basement with the traditional design of the upper floors, we opted for a simpler design that reflected
“Basement floor” — jyee324
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks4,951
Questions3
it!!! Another rule of thumb for hanging art is to center it at eye level. Consider if you'll usually be standing or sitting in the space, and select your eye-level height accordingly.
Center at eye level. Good idea
the frame. Put the nail here.” “Wood stools next to large art” “center art (midline) at 57 to 60 inches from the floor”
"The center of the artwork -not the top of the piece- should be at average eye level, about 58 inches high."
hand at eye level means about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the top of
Hang pieces at eye level. Most galleries hang their art at average eye level, about 58 inches high. The center of the artwork, not the top of the piece, should be at that height. This means you need to do some math: Measure the distance between the wire and the top of the
“measure the height of the art and divide it in half. Measure 58 inches on the wall, add the measurem” — Lisa Tchouklova
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