91 opaque Dining Design Photos

Ed Kopel, Architect, P.C.
Hicks Street Residence
Ideabooks159
Questions1
there are two basic kind of domes: opaque (such as the one in this interior by Ed Kopel) and translucent. “An opaque dome is going to cast light downward
“Door storage idea” — julie1278
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks35,724
Questions20
drapes that are sheer on top and more opaque on the bottom
sheer top opaque bottom for window treatment
Sheer up top and opaque bottom
“drapes” — gwen1530
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks11,916
Questions10
detail for this grandly scaled dining room. The addition of a clear and opaque stained glass transom supports the palette and the size of the room. Stained
“The mix of styles” — shelleybuechel
Cristin Priest {Simplified Bee}
4 Reviews
Kitchen Nook
Ideabooks7,278
Questions4
Interior designer and Houzz contributor Cristin Priest chose an opaque dome light for this breakfast nook, because it is also used as a homework
“Nook” — miffyjane
Allen Construction
11 Reviews
Montecito Shores Remodel Dining Room
Ideabooks4,182
Questions7
beautifully with this application, too. Mirror can be used as a backing for an opaque, reflective insert in a closest door. You can try playing with frosted glass
“Specialty glass” — casey58
Studio Carver
Santa Ynez Barn
Ideabooks704
Questions1
Opaque wall. How insulating is t?
Opaque squares
“reclaimed beams” — catherinesmulkey
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Dining and Kitchen
Ideabooks1,024
Questions4
supplied the homeowner and us with a few samples with varying levels of opaqueness. From here we chose the sample that best fit the design intent. We un
Opaque Stain
“Couleurs” — samlevesque
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Tracy Murdock
Ideabooks933
Questions3
have a high percentage of opaque glass in them. The black wall shows through the translucent areas adding contrast with the opaque yellow which shows up well
have a high percentage of opaque glass in them. The black wall shows through the translucent areas adding contrast with the opaque yellow which shows up well
of white and with light coming from behind it. But if the glass is mostly opaque, then you can put it in front of any color wall and light it from the front
“Wall” — milly0102
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