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Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Tuxedo Road
Ideabooks10,494
Questions6
it’s especially characteristic of Louis XVI and neoclassical designs, such as those by Hepplewhite and Sheraton. We’ve really only scratched the surface of tables — figuratively speaking, of course. There are gateleg tables, refectory tables, drafting tables, nested tables, drum tables, chess tables
is applied to a very clean surface. The gold leaf is laid down when the glue is dry to the touch but still slightly tacky. Professional-grade gilding tools are used to manipulate the incredibly thin leaf. When the glue is dry, the loose leaf is brushed away and the surface is buffed with cotton wool
though it’s especially characteristic of Louis XVI and neoclassical designs, such as those by Hepplewhite and Sheraton. We’ve really only scratched the surface of tables — figuratively speaking, of course. There are gateleg tables, refectory tables, drafting tables, nested tables, drum tables, chess tables
“Console” — rannymd
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Uptown Penthouse
Ideabooks652
Questions0
destination beyond and behind the surface. The pattern on this etched glass wall was abstracted from an image of water and cut into a stainless steel screen in the adjacent room. The entry space shown here is shielded from the main bedroom on the opposite side by the glazed surface, preserving privacy and bringing
an image of water and cut into a stainless steel screen in the adjacent room. The entry space here is shielded from the main bedroom,by the glazed surface.
of translucent materials can be used to dramatic effect - creates depth by exploiting the natural assumption of a destination beyond and behind the surface. The pattern on this etched glass wall was abstracted from an image of water and cut into a stainless steel screen in the adjacent room.
“might like a back lit transluescent wall, with graphic on back wall, or part of back wall” — speranzini
Megan Buchanan
Le Marche St. George
Ideabooks2,899
Questions1
This primitive chest acts as a low entry hall table. It provides visual interest and a surface for display and technology, as well as storage for seldom-used items. The strength provided by dovetailed corners suggests to me that this piece might
Megan BuchananSave to IdeabookEmail Photo This primitive chest acts as a low entry hall table. It provides visual interest and a surface for display and technology, as well as storage for seldom-used items. The strength provided by dovetailed corners suggests to me that this piece might
This primitive chest acts as a low entry hall table. It provides visual interest and a surface for display and technology, as well as storage for seldom-used items. The strength provided by dovetailed corners suggests to me that this piece might
“Wall finish” — skhzam
kbcdevelopments
7 Reviews
Echo Beach
Ideabooks11,519
Questions7
cool living spaces which extend into the outdoors. Indoor air is filtered through an exchange system, providing a healthier air quality. Concrete surfaces on floors and walls add strength and ease of maintenance. Personality is expressed with the punches of colour seen in the Italian made and designed
produces a relatively flat overall light, but washing a textured wall with soft streaks of light, as shown here, encourages movement and renders the wall surface an artful composition
produces a relatively flat overall light, but washing a textured wall with soft streaks of light, as shown here, encourages movement and renders the wall surface an artful composition.
produces a relatively flat overall light, but washing a textured wall with soft streaks of light, as shown here, encourages movement and renders the wall surface an artful composition.
“Lighting” — carolyntayl
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks3,273
Questions7
The Soul of a Tree. "In the trade, surface marring is called distressing; in our family it’s ‘Kevinizing,’ after our son who could, when young, ‘antique’ furniture in record time. To me, there is nothing quite so uninteresting as a shining, perfectly smooth surface that looks as though it has never been
“Buffet top decor” — rkouider
Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
Ideabooks1,953
Questions4
Style Secret: Textural SurfacesHighly textured walls, ceilings and floors hint at the traditional materials and construction methods that characterize Southwestern style. Choose
treatments and offset by thick, coarsely woven fabrics. But remember ... Layers of texture stand out most when they're broken up with smoother surfaces. Incorporate sleeker materials to keep from creating a space that feels one-dimensional. More 'So Your Style Is':Traditional | Arts & Crafts |
“Plaster” — caldez
Design West
Eleven 950- Entry
Ideabooks4,855
Questions5
Woven resin 3D surface from 3-Form
Woven resin. This woven 3-D surface wall treatment is from 3-Form. Available in many color options, it was once only seen in commercial projects but has become more popular in residences
Interior Materials- Woven Resin Woven resin. This woven 3-D surface wall treatment is from 3-Form. Available in many color options, it was once only seen in commercial projects but has become more popular in residences
Woven resin. This woven 3-D surface wall treatment is from 3-Form. Available in many color options, it was once only seen in commercial projects but has become more popular in residences.
“Design Wall for hallway” — bobby5515
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Entry
Ideabooks7,681
Questions9
simply framed black and white photos. Softer side: Open space doesn't have to feel cavernous and hollow. Warm it, if you like, by breaking up a few surfaces. In this corridor and living area, for example, a neutral rug, a few artfully positioned furnishings, a mirror and pendant lights help to make the
simply framed black and white photos. Softer side: Open space doesn't have to feel cavernous and hollow. Warm it, if you like, by breaking up a few surfaces. In this corridor and living area, for example, a neutral rug, a few artfully positioned furnishings, a mirror and pendant lights help to make the
framed black and white photos. Softer side: Open space doesn't have to feel cavernous and hollow. Warm it, if you like, by breaking up a few surfaces. In this corridor and living area, for example, a neutral rug, a few artfully positioned furnishings, a mirror and pendant lights help to make the
“character” — Alisa Sanders
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