19,127 turned base Contemporary Home Design Photos

KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Forest House in Spring
Ideabooks1,815
Questions2
Turned base cabinet towards bath for towel storage. Only would work if toilet wasn't next to it.
“Lights” — firstlovejc
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks4,285
Questions4
The wall unit is unique and moveable. I love how the shelves turned based on how you want the look to appeal.
“like clean cut lines /simplicity” — selphcj
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Living room
Ideabooks1,125
Questions2
Select your base style, pick your thickness, shape and length of glass and walla! A customized console.
The exciting movement of glass turned base of the end table and
I love the console table. The base of the table speaks volumes!
and the architectural bases holding up the shelf/console table.
the stone base
“Console against wall behind couch” — bridgidb
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
Ideabooks5,356
Questions4
Turning crate on side to hold books
Turn a crate on its side to hold books.
Turn a crate on its side to hold books. An old wooden crate is perfect for keeping books neat and tidy. Crates look fabulously rustic on their own, but if you want to spice one up, try lining the back in a pretty patterned gift wrap.
Turn a crate on its side to hold books
8. Turn a crate on its side to hold books. An old wooden crate is perfect for keeping books neat and tidy. Crates look fabulously rustic on their own, but if you want to spice one up, try lining the back in a pretty patterned gift wrap.
cute idea of turning a crate on its side to hold books
8. Turn a crate on its side to hold books. An old wooden crate is perfect for keeping books neat and tidy. Crates look fabulously rustic on their own, but if you want to spice one up, try lining the back in a pretty patterned gift wrap.
“Stools but wood not black” — dmunn
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Party Shack
Ideabooks821
Questions3
Wider hallways and turn zones allow individuals with wheelchairs to easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs will need a more generous 7 feet radius to turn their chairs.
hallways and turn zones allow individuals with wheelchairs to easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs will need a more generous 7 feet radius to turn their chairs.
Wider hallways and turn zones allow
allow individuals with wheelchairs to easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs will need a more generous 7 feet radius to turn their chairs.
“Ramp” — danaed
1800Lighting
Corbett Lighting
Ideabooks2,188
Questions4
can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini vacation. With romantic lighting, the shadows can be as enticing as the illumination.
Another example of uplighting, this design scheme uses a can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini
placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini vacation. With romantic lighting, the shadows can be as enticing as the illumination.
Another example of uplighting, this design scheme uses a can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into
Capitol Lighting Save to Ideabook Email Photo Another example of uplighting, this design scheme uses a can light placed behind a plant to turn an ordinary dinner into an exotic mini vacation.
“chairs” — szayas722
Home Garden Solutions
The Great Outdoors
Ideabooks6,734
Questions3
"Perhaps you have a square, flat backyard with a nondescript fence. By thinking outside the box, the designer of this space created meaning by turning the seating area diagonally. The space now has a sense of journey with a defined destination that is reinforced by the horizontal timber screen. Running
spread out the garden visually, making it seem larger. You might never notice that the fence enclosing the garden is chain link." Additionally, by turning the paved area on axis, the designer created planting pockets so that visitors have a meaningful interaction with the garden. The square pavers also
Perhaps you have a square, flat backyard with a nondescript fence. By thinking outside the box, the designer of this space created meaning by turning the seating area diagonally. The space now has a sense of journey with a defined destination that is reinforced by the horizontal timber screen. Running
“path and distant deck area” — Deb Gue
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks5,806
Questions7
this drift wood table base? where can i purchase it?
Is there a showroom or place where I can see this in person in the U.S.? We are interested in driftwood table bases but can't seem to find
driftwood base for round table top
The Table base, I would do different chairs
this base looks a lot like the one
Wow! That table base makes a statement.
Sculptural table bases, like this one made of petrified wood, need no dressing. The glass top allows diners to enjoy its twists and turns from all angles.
In this space, a glass dining surface allows us to have an unobstructed view of the dramatic table base. Sometimes, you can find interesting
g table bases at thrift stores and antique shops. If you find one you like, keep in mind that it's usually not expensive to have it fitted with a glass top.
“Chalet” — mel26
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