13,821 basalt furniture Dining Design Photos

Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Hill House
Ideabooks2,167
Questions5
It's a Basalt stone tile (also used in slab form on the steps).
gray tile- Basalt Stone tile
Basalt stone tile and slabs
“wood - stone combination” — Ksenia Vetchinkina
Anne Bancroft Interiors
Modern French Bistro
Ideabooks46
Questions1
The tile is Vincenza basalt (a natural stone product), 12" x 24" available from Stone Tile @ stone-tile.com
Vincenza basalt floor tile
“Like this tile.” — smhaymond
Renzo J Nakata Architects
7 Reviews
Hillside house - dining
Ideabooks361
Questions2
the colors are nice....greys like basalt stone would look good
“Blue color shade” — Brian Mo
Lanthia Hogg Designs
6 Reviews
Riverside
Ideabooks70
Questions1
The rug is from Isberian rugs in Aspen and Basalt Colorado
“Colors.. simplicity.” — Dorinda Rice-Germade
Kwinter & Co.
Kwinter Design
Ideabooks1,849
Questions3
floors and furniture to keep the space from feeling heavy.
dark floors with dark furniture and white walls
Like the scale of furniture to room
floors: "Match furniture legs to the floors. You don’t always need contrast where dark floors are concerned — matching wood furniture as closely as possible to the color of your floors is a simple way to make your space feel elegant and put together. If you are choosing to match furniture to the floors
Match furniture legs to the floors. You don’t always need contrast where dark floors are concerned — matching wood furniture as closely as possible to the color of your floors is a simple way to make your space feel elegant and put together. If you are choosing to match furniture to the floors
“White, overall vibe” — themoreiras
Specht Harpman Architects
2 Reviews
Benenson Warren Residence Dining Room
Ideabooks1,198
Questions1
white walls with light wood furniture
White walls and light wood furniture. For the most harmonious look, choose wood furniture that matches the warmth of your floors
White walls and light wood furniture. For the most harmonious look, choose wood furniture that matches the warmth of your floors but is a few shades lighter. For instance, pair grayish or black
maple. The lighter wood furniture, fluffy white rugs, and crisp white walls here provide contrast to the dark wood floors without appearing stark.
DARK WOOD FLOORS WORK WITH - White walls and light wood furniture. For the most harmonious look, choose wood furniture that matches the warmth
cherry or maple. The lighter wood furniture, fluffy white rugs, and crisp white walls here provide contrast to the dark wood floors without appearing stark.
“Carpet” — lmmanock
Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks1,278
Questions2
wood tones match furniture style doesn't
Dining room furniture
nice glass cabinet furniture
wood dining furniture
Love this furniture...Beautiful furniture
“Dining room furniture” — kgnunes
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks2,747
Questions5
7. Think of furniture in context of grouping. In the bedroom, a bed, nightstand and dresser make up a group. In the living room, a sofa, coffee
7. Think of furniture in context of grouping. In the bedroom, a bed, nightstand and dresser make up a group. In the living room, a sofa, coffee table, end table, lounge and chair may be a grouping. The groupings are The individual pieces of furniture The space around them The space
think of furniture in context of grouping: individual pieces of furniture space around them space to access the grouping
coffee table, end table, lounge and chair may be a grouping. The groupings are The individual pieces of furniture The space around them The space needed to access the grouping Thinking in this way will make it easier for you to plan your spac
“Looking into otherside” — bader786
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