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Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
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Bold dramatic statements
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Tracy, where can I find the beautiful apothecary jar on the coffee table?
sculptural leaf, vase on book on glass coffee table
Buddah, Apothecary jars, vase with something in the bottom and the color!
like the accent pieces on the coffee table and the glass coffee table
color trend into your home? Fill affordable glass jars from Michaels or T.J.Maxx with colorful candy — like on this coffee table. Who knew your sweet tooth could benefit your design sense?
This space takes the same tactic in an entirely different direction: Jars of green and yellow candies on the coffee
Here's a lead glass transom used pretty much only for ornamention; however, it's large enough and wide enough to add more light into the space.
“candy jar” — racquel_s
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
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blue glass with white bistro set
love the bottles. glass is so light and transparent but also adds some color and visual interest.
white turned leg table cafe chairs for effect ( not comfy though) antique bottles blue and green glass
Glass jars. This is an oldie but still a goodie. There are always multiple uses for glass jars in the house, whether they become vases, home to colorful candies in the kitchen, or simply arranged into a display.
“square table” — hgahbauer
carde reimerdes
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carde reimerdes
Ideabooks467
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shells in a big glass jar in the guest toilet/bathroom
seashells. Instead of strewing them across a table, try collecting shells in a row of hefty glass jars lined up at the center of the coffee table.
Collect seashells. Instead of strewing them across a table, try collecting shells in a row of hefty glass jars lined up at the center of the coffee table.
I like the idea of just a layer of seashells. Try putting them in glass jars as shown and then putting them on the LR built in.
4. Collect seashells. Instead of strewing them across a table, try collecting shells in a row of hefty glass jars lined up at the center of the coffee table.5. Paint the floors white. If you want to try white floors but are not crazy about the upkeep, test the idea out first in a room that gets little
“coffee table” — dapostolovic
It's The Little Things...
Our Home
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crate as curio; sand in Atlas jars as hurricane lamps
shadow box, wood pieces in the glass jar
Part of this for winter mantle display w pone cones or wine corks in glass vase
crate with reels next to glass container and natural items
display shells. Also mason jars with sand
love! ball jars with sand and candles
This old drinks crate is perfect for showcasing these coastal gems. Old pigeonholes or spice racks are also a good idea. Note the simple repurposed glass jars turned into votives as well – such an easy way to create ambience.
“Everything” — wooshii
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
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comfortable seating by a coffee table. The glass art piece, inspired by fireflies and titled "Bell Jar," is by Los Angeles-based Alison Berger. Tana is also a fan of Berger's lighting designs, carried at Holly Hunt.Yellow cashmere throw: Denis ColombGlass Bell Jar: Alison Berger
glass cloche
“Shelving” — jaimeneal44
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A Garage transformed into a boy's dream pad
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Vintage suitcases are stacked atop one another to form a side table; the glass bell lamp on top is a van der Velden creation. The designer enjoys decorating with mundane objects, like the lightbulbs he stashes in oversized jars. Above them hangs a large shell bought at an auction years ago; the smaller
Vintage suitcases are stacked atop one another to form a side table; the glass bell lamp on top is a van der Velden creation. The designer enjoys decorating with mundane objects, like the lightbulbs he stashes in oversized jars. Above them hangs a large shell bought at an auction years ago; the smaller
Vintage suitcases are stacked on top of one another to form a side table; the glass bell lamp on top is a van der Velden creation. The designer enjoys decorating with everyday objects, like the lightbulbs he stashes in oversized jars. Above them hangs a large shell bought at an auction years ago; the smaller
“masculine and refined” — naynayz3
Architect Mason Kirby Inc.
5 Reviews
Living
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above were stripped of their paint before being sealed to take advantage of the vintage building's natural beauty. Just visible is the custom Mason jar light fixture our firm fabricated and installed Photo Credit: Molly DeCoudreaux
part of our renovation of this small studio apartment. FSC certified fumed larch veneer is used for the new lower cabinets. Wood shelves with sliding glass fronts provide upper storage. Stainless steel appliances and white subway tile make the open kitchen modern. A butcher block top cart and a stainless
I'm wanting to create an original lighting fixture for my art studio (multi pendant with varying glass shades) but I'm not sure if it's a safe option? Did you have yours made by an electrician?
“Light” — jamiebreakey
Heather Kowalski
Living Room
Ideabooks6,565
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LOVE the candlesticks and glass bottles/vases
Love the accent tables and glass jars
Furniture. Glass bottles
blue bottlescrystal glass bottles
Luv glass
“Furniture” — jenbecker312
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