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Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
REX
Ideabooks21,119
Questions8
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garage sale. She painted the salvaged table’s base legs using a mix of all the green paints she found in her garage. And she made the bottle lights by cutting off the bottoms of beer and wine bottles she found on her property during reconstruction, spray painting them with a frost spray and installing pendant
bottles to her mason to have them cut with a wet saw and then added the lightbulbs.Table: salvage, Urban Timberworks
Stylist Shannon Quimby created this linear chandelier with wine and beer bottles, and a little help from her handyman. After the bottoms were cut off, she sprayed them with glass frosting
I am entranced by this use of old bottles dug up while the land for this house was being excavated. By cutting off the bottoms of the bottles and adding wiring and bulbs, a chandelier has been created that will forever tell the story of the building of this
“green and wood” — tewels
Tracery Interiors
Dining Room
Ideabooks3,016
Questions5
A laser cut screen adds drama to a niche in the Dining Room wall of this Alys Beach, Florida courtyard villa home. [photo by Eric Marcus]
Stuff to fill in awkward cut out
Large laser cut screen in opening of DR.
Laser-cut screens can provide a focal point in a room. This screen was placed in an alcove and enhanced by dark vases.
“Nitch” — adrianafernandez
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
Colorful Ranch
Ideabooks1,737
Questions1
the cabinet, cut foam-core board to size and apply the wallpaper to it. This can work well for fabrics, too (just wrap the edges and staple, glue or tape the fabric to the back side).
Consider wallpaper for your punch, too. If you don’t want to permanently adhere it to the cabinet, cut foam-core board
(glueing or taping to board) cut to size
Cut foam board to size and wrap with
wallpaper or fabric, or giftwrap as backing, attach to foamboard cut to size if you don't want to attach directly to furniture
Consider wallpaper for your punch, too. If you don’t want to permanently adhere it to the cabinet, cut foam-core board to size and apply the wallpaper to it. This can work well for fabrics, too (just wrap the edges and staple, glue or tape the fabric to
“duno na shkaf” — tsveteslava
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Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design
5 Reviews
Skyhouse
Ideabooks1,189
Questions1
platewall. cutting them was a cool idea
I love how the plates are cut; makes it look like framed artwork.
Love that the plates have been cut to make
Plate art wall, cut/broken straight edge plates
The plates cut out to a square
I love the idea of cutting the plates.
Modern take on hanging plates, cut to a specific size
here is the clean, straight edges of the display. To create something similar, buy a few inexpensive plates in your chosen colours and use a wet saw to cut them, then hang these first to form a rectangular ‘frame’, before filling in the gaps with your favourite china.
“Colorful” — goyesr
Michele Plachter Design
7 Reviews
City Spaces
Ideabooks1,630
Questions4
could cut openings in back DR wall to add something visual
cut out in wall for ent center?
Cut outs for narrow, stairwell like on walls but elongated, taller
cut in the wall colors
The cut out...box cut out wall...Cut outs
“Cut outs for narrow, stairwell like on walls but elongated, taller” — rottenrob
Anne Fougeron
Fougeron Architecture
Ideabooks809
Questions2
The Artichoke pendant, with 72 laser-cut copper leaves, glows above a laser-cut bowl on this dining
The Artichoke pendant, with 72 laser-cut copper leaves, glows above a laser-cut bowl on this dining table.
This is the PH Artichoke Pendant. The 72 laser-cut leaves are arranged in 12 circular rows to prevent any glare from the light source. The fixture was originally designed for The Langelinie Pavilion,
laser-cut leaves are arranged in 12 circular rows to prevent any glare from the light source. The fixture was originally designed for The Langelinie Pavilion, a restaurant in Copenhagen where they still hang today.
The Artichoke pendant, with 72 laser-cut copper leaves, glows above a laser-cut bowl
“Staircase” — mmadion
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks1,592
Questions5
The floor is actually saw cut and stained concrete.
I like the concrete cut lines with grout. So I could go either way with cut lines or smooth. Only concern is cracks and chips.
cut and stained concrete floors, grey
Saw cut and stained concrete
Saw cut & stained concrete
Cuts in concrete...Saw cut concrete
“Concrete floor” — hdr4350
gosto design & lifestyle
Eemnes home
Ideabooks3,359
Questions5
sheer, lacy fabric. The one shown here was created by simply cutting a vinyl fabric available by the yard. No sewing needed!
I love how the angular lines of this modern dining space are softened by the lace-style vinyl tablecloth. Vinyl cuts like this are great for high-traffic dining rooms and often
often have more of an edgy, modern feel than traditional lace. Ask your local fabric store for samples of vinyl lace. Get a few yards cut of your favorite fabric and have the edges hemmed at your dry cleaner, or do it on your own with a little Stitch Witchery.
“White board” — nataschatanja
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