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Horchow
3 Reviews
Horchow
Ideabooks1,873
Questions5
Asymmetrical groupings K: Modern art doesn't have to be huge to make an impact. Even if we don't always see eye to eye on what the grouping is of, Mom and I totally agree that a grouping of pieces is one of our favorite ways to define a space. Especially when it comes to modern art, symmetry is totally
Frame design with chair and light
Asymmetrical groupings K: Modern art doesn't have to be huge to make an impact. Even if we don't always see eye to eye on what the grouping is of, Mom and I totally agree that a grouping of pieces is one of our favorite ways to define a space. Especially when it comes to modern art, symmetry is totally
“Chair” — ajlenzie13
greige/Fluegge Interior Design, Inc.
1 Review
Modern Eclectic
Ideabooks380
Questions2
Love this look with vintage and modern! Louis ghost chair, yum...
Unique and modern classic look
Chair, modern vs. traditional
greige/Fluegge Interior Design, Inc.
old & modern mix...Modern Eclectic
“GHOST CHAIR” — norma7
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
1 Review
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
Ideabooks977
Questions1
bathrooms are sheathed in mosaic tile, with a rough texture, and of indeterminate origin. The color palette is generally muted. The fixtures however are modern Italian. A kitchen features rough brick walls and exposed wood beams, as crooked as can be, while the cabinets within are modernist overlay slabs of
well-developed sensibilities about how a house is used as well as how elements from certain eras can interact visually. A lively dialogue has resulted in a design in which the architectural and construction interventions appear as a subtle background to the decorating. The intended effect is that the structure
foot deep space between the building’s first floor extension and the property line. In order to offset this problem, a series of Ipe wood decks were designed, and very precisely built to less than 1/8 inch tolerance. There is a deck of some kind on each floor from the basement to the third floor. On the
“Windows and door out to patio space.” — smosman44
Carlos Ocho
Acapulco Chairs from OCHO
Ideabooks421
Questions2
Acapulco Chair, designed circa 1950. Currently manufactured in Mexico by Carlos Ocho. www.ochoworkshop.com
Acapulco Chair, designed circa 1950. Currently manufactured in Mexico by Carlos Ocho. www.ochoworkshop.com
These chairs fit right into a midcentury modern aesthetic; classic Marimekko textiles on the wall and throw pillows make this another successful combination of Scandinavian and Mexican modern styles. Two colors make up the chair on the left, infusing the otherwise wood, black and white tones with some
“Acapulco chairs..but durable enough? Easily fixed?” — Jenn Taylor
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Natalie's Alcove Studio.jpg
Ideabooks2,417
Questions0
having the curtains at arm’s reach for when I want to pull them closed and snooze a couple more hours! Photo by Natalie Moore, interior design consultant, Madison Modern Home
the curtains at arm’s reach for when I want to pull them closed and snooze a couple more hours! Photo by Natalie Moore, interior design consultant, Madison Modern Home
“Private” — Angela Kiley
Kohler
19 Reviews
Kohler
Ideabooks2,535
Questions7
charcoal cabinets, window frames with wood cabinets- modern & "earthy" at the same time
Modern while still warm
modern and homey kitchen
modern beach
“sink and fawcett” — ver2151
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
1 Review
Abelow Sherman Architects LLC
Ideabooks6,593
Questions3
bathrooms are sheathed in mosaic tile, with a rough texture, and of indeterminate origin. The color palette is generally muted. The fixtures however are modern Italian. A kitchen features rough brick walls and exposed wood beams, as crooked as can be, while the cabinets within are modernist overlay slabs of
well-developed sensibilities about how a house is used as well as how elements from certain eras can interact visually. A lively dialogue has resulted in a design in which the architectural and construction interventions appear as a subtle background to the decorating. The intended effect is that the structure
foot deep space between the building’s first floor extension and the property line. In order to offset this problem, a series of Ipe wood decks were designed, and very precisely built to less than 1/8 inch tolerance. There is a deck of some kind on each floor from the basement to the third floor. On the
“Office desks” — mdaylinton
Iris Design Studio
6 Reviews
Hani Home Final Design
Ideabooks0
Questions0
Hani Home Final Design
modern interior...modern kitchen...modern light...Iris Design Studio
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