1,971 pet bowls.html Dining Design Photos

Arkin Tilt Architects
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IdeaGarden
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A dining room table made of re-cycled bowling alley lane anchors the spacious dining area that opens up to the patio. © edwardcaldwellphoto.com
this reclaimed bowling alley table with a better view of the legs.
It's custom made from recycled bowling alley - hence the old fashioned bowling pins. A great source
Bowling Alley Floor For A Table
table is made from an old bowling alley lane!
Table made out of old bowling lane
look with old bowling alley stuff, get one of the gorgeous tables or desks artisans make out of old bowling lane wood.
Table made from old bowling-lane wood
table's surface is made of wood from a bowling lane.Your turn: Please share your clever reclaimed projects from your homes below!
“All” — paulpereira08
Jennifer Kesteloot
Hillsborough Residence
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I love the photo of the precious pooch. Where might I order one of my pet?
Huge wall photo of pet face.
I love that the pet is the focal point.
do the pet...Photo of pet....pet photo...cool idea of a pet
“Photo behind table” — vssquid88
GRADE
EAST SIDE RESIDENCE
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bowl - Crate & Barrel, starburst bowl
Loving that bowl...colors, art, bowl...Bowl & chairs...Wall sconces, bowl...The bowl...Starburst Bowl
“Loving that bowl” — reklaw8
Gaile Guevara
11 Reviews
Noise Digital Offices
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lamps above the table, the bowls sitting on top of the table, and the chairs under and behind the table.
rhythm - specifically transition. This is seen by the repeating curved lines found in the windows, bowls, and chairs.
Love the use of the 3 round mirrors mounted on the wall...pulls together the circular bowls and ligh fixtures!
Repetition of Shapes: the circular mirrors, the dome-shaped bowls on the table
Repetition of Shapes- The bowls on the table, the windows behind the table, and the chairs.
Three oversize round clocks mimic the three bowls along this dining table’s surface. Round shapes are also echoed in the lamps and the stools, combining with the sleek table for a sophisticated, modern allure.
“Rhythm” — cassie92
Amanda Maier Design LLC
Elegant rustic dining room
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after your child grows up and will also help block kitchen access for pets. Also consider Dutch doors if your kitchen connects directly with an outdoor area. They maintain light and ventilation while blocking access for children and pets.
Stable door into kitchen - keep the pets in
after your child grows up and will also help block kitchen access for pets. Also consider Dutch doors if your kitchen connects directly with an outdoor area. They maintain light and ventilation while blocking access for children and pets. Remember that children eventually find a way to open everything, so
“door” — abbeanne
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Bowling Alley Table mixes with modern chandelier
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Bowling Alley Table mixes with modern chandelier
Photos by Kaity Dining room table was made from a repurposed bowling alley lane. Beams were wrapped in scrap walnut flooring.
Cool table, out of bowling alley lane
it's a bowling alley table!
Bowling alley colors
Bowling alley table...Bowling lane table...bowling alley lane
“Beams” — sheenavanc
Texas Construction Company
Bonnie Road Residence
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wood tones and grain to show through, so you end up with subtle variations in the color. A stained floor will show less wear and tear (and dust and pet hair) over a solid-colored painted floor, which is much less forgiving of any dings, scratches or lapses in housecleaning.
wood tones and grain to show through, so you end up with subtle variations in the color. A stained floor will show less wear and tear (and dust and pet hair) over a solid-colored painted floor, which is much less forgiving of any dings, scratches or lapses in housecleaning.
“Pendant” — Sarah Corkwell
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Cloud Street Residence
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Stick to a regular cleaning schedule. Keeping dust and pet dander at bay is a continual process, and it's especially important to stay on top of cleaning when allergies are a concern. Be sure to wipe surfaces
1. Stick to a regular cleaning schedule. Keeping dust and pet dander at bay is a continual process, and it's especially important to stay on top of cleaning when allergies are a concern. Be sure to wipe surfaces with a damp rag rather than dry dusting, which often just brushes dust back into the air
“phone and stuff storage” — jackche9
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