2,807 touch screen Dining Design Photos

Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
10 Reviews
Critz Residence
Ideabooks106
Questions0
wall touching screen?
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
dining
Ideabooks4,470
Questions5
inside of screens? And what cable rail system did you use?
Screened porch with multiple French doors
light floor, cables on lower screen
portion of screen is protected from damage by wire spacing 4" apart ..? barely visible if you ask me. dog? bebes?
note the cable wire at lower edge to protect the screen
screened porch screens stapled on then edges covered with wood
obvious: Screen underneath the porch as well, so the little buggers won't crawl up from underneath.There are several different options for screens. The most common way to screen is shown on this porch: The screens are stapled on and then the edges are covered with wood (see a close-up of this type of screen)
benefit of a screened-in porch is that it provides a bug-free spot to enjoy a meal in the fresh air. It's like a picnic without ants. And without having to sit on the ground. And with running water two rooms away ... wait, why do people go on picnics?
“table and chairs, and wire instead of railings” — mnwinnie
ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks1,213
Questions4
great big screen. Painted a pewter colour. Or three smaller screens.
This heavy double set of drapes is fit for a palace. Notice how beautifully scaled the tiebacks and tassels are to the volume of the drapes. Those fabrics are to die for. I just want to touch them.
eastern touches...Nice touch of blue...want to touch them....want to touch them.
“Just Elegant !!” — olori
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Q Place
Ideabooks113
Questions2
series of screens will tie the spatial sequence together, from an entry courtyard screen to a dining room/stair screen to a folding glass wall opening onto the rear deck.
series of screens will tie the spatial sequence together, from an entry courtyard screen to a dining room/stair screen to a folding glass wall opening onto the rear deck.”
“Opaque” — Mary Thomas
Deborah French Designs
7 Reviews
New York City Loft
Ideabooks1,547
Questions4
I love the textured roughness of the natural fiber rug and the wonderful old screens
love the screen and the vintage look of this space
Nice mashrabiya screen and wedding chair
Carved wood screens, unique vintage or antique chairs, chandeliers and natural-fiber rugs.Try this at home: Use a wooden screen as a room divider or a statement-making headboard.
“Paint color” — braytoal
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Ideabooks238
Questions1
mirrored screen was designed by Axis Mundi to create an entrance foyer, using cast glass that was salvaged from Gio Ponti’s Alitalia showroom on Fifth Avenue. A chandelier was created with glass from the same project, all superbly fabricated by Urban Archeology. Various surrealist touches, such as a painting
add a touch of humor to a formally rigorous design scheme. Design Team: John Beckmann and Richard Rosenbloom Photography: Andrew Garn and Annie Schlecter
Wall screen. Where can I get it?
“I want that chair” — kdouggie23
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Dining from Pool Terrace
Ideabooks7,029
Questions5
equipment to touch the glass. Stay away from: Abrasive cleansers. Also, avoid cleaning tinted and coated glass surfaces in direct sunlight.
equipment to touch the glass.Stay away from: Abrasive cleansers. Also, avoid cleaning tinted and coated glass surfaces in direct sunlight.
window screens...Sun Screen Shade...Love the screen
“like the sun protector and door” — felli
Laura Hardin
fun on location
Ideabooks7,066
Questions13
folding screen. Do you remember where you got that...mmm?
bought a screen very similar to this from Pier One about a year ago and like it a lot. It's very well made and I love it!
maybe a touch of Transitional.
screen with plants
“Dining room walls” — rkmammed
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