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Tongue & Groove
11 Reviews
try this
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1. Gradated 2. The shelves are all the same, but they get shorter as they go down
progression or gradation because the books start out big at the top and go smaller as you go down the shelves. The shelves gradate downwards.
This is rhythm because the bookshelves decrease in size going down the wall or increase in size going up the wall. This would be gradation rhythm.
Gradated Rhythm The books in the picture are in a rhythym of going from tallest to shortest
out small and get larger as they go up.
“Graduated Rhythm: Graduated Rhythm is demonstrated here because the shelves are the exact same color” — tigers62307
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks7,100
Questions6
pain, but with all of the beatings that your floor gets, it is the way to go for longevity. For a modern look, try a bold high gloss color. For a more
22. Dining room + lots of paint = patterned floor. Whether you go for a classic checkerboard or modern stencils, painting a pattern onto the
paint while retaining its "you can't hurt me so don't worry" look. Do not go for opaque and shiny — you want a slightly worn appearance. Once the paint
22. Dining room + lots of paint = patterned floorWhether you go for a classic chequerboard or modern stencils, painting a pattern on to the
Dining room + lots of paint = patterned floor. Whether you go for a classic pattern or modern stencils, painting a design onto the dining
“half palmettos” — svflybynight
doon Architecture of the Hamptons PC
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
Ideabooks5,126
Questions1
How there are stares that go up and you can just hang out there.
he has decided, with the exception of art books, to get rid of them all. Going forward, any books he buys will be digital, again with the exception of art
to pass on that unfinished quilt or that stack of license plates you were going to make into purses and sell on eBay and just never got around to doing.
The bookshelf going into the stairs.
“Stairs storage...” — nigelfionnuala
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Kati Curtis Design
Boston Townhouse Renovation
Ideabooks7,939
Questions7
Oh that is a shame, it would go in our vacation house in the trees so well.
If going above a large piece of furniture, balance the piece by using a wider mat
If going above a large piece of furniture, balance the piece by using a wider mat. The piece of artwork becomes large, in charge, and dramatic with just
the best effect, make the mat at least twice as wide as the frame. You can go wider, but be sure the art doesn't get lost.
“Color of dresser” — cynloveshearts
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Laurie Rabe
Ideabooks678
Questions0
early age. "She could walk to the local library, do little errands for me and go off to play with nearby friends without me driving her," says Laurie.
early age. “She could walk to the local library, do little errands for me and go off to play with nearby friends without me driving her,” says Laurie.
Like the stairs going up and down.
“The entire picture!!!” — Stephanie Brown
moment design + productions, llc
Village Apartment NYC
Ideabooks7,812
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entry floating shelf; offers storage and aesthetically pleasing. Shoes can go underneath
space 2: Small home, long hallThe solution: Rather than let precious space go unused, put your hallway to work by installing floating cabinets and shelves
“Floating shelf” — niki08
Ninainvorm
Nina van de Goor's Home
Ideabooks623
Questions1
what you want to hide in the same color as the background and see it almost go away. In this lovely room, a radiator nearly disappears.More Ways to Make
“radiator panel” — michaelheroux2
Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer
14 Reviews
La Jolla Interior Design and Decoration Entry Hall
Ideabooks1,543
Questions5
intentionally opted for something dark," says designer Andrea May. "When you go dark in a smaller space, the corners disappear and it fools the eye into thinking
“walpaper” — Robin Hilgart
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