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Daniel Lomma Design
creates a lighter appearance and the opportunity to view the stone sculpture and pebble garden below. BONUS TIP: It is important to have a stair design such
water sculpture...sculpture under the staircase...garden tent...garden under the stairs
S. B. Long Interiors
Greenwich, CT, Home I
Sculpture & Books:Pick a sculpture as tall as 1/2 the diameter of the table & place in center
2. Sculpture and books. Pick a sculpture or an object roughly as tall as half the diameter of the
Sculpture and books. Pick a sculpture or an object roughly as tall as half the diameter of the
coffee table sized books (2-3 per stack) like spokes of a wheel around the sculpture.
2. Sculpture and books. Pick a sculpture or an object roughly as tall as half the diameter of the table, and place it in the center. Next arrange piles
or three per stack is usually enough) like spokes of a wheel around the sculpture.
Jules Duffy Designs
Could I have more info on who made the glass sculpture? Thanks!
The glass sculpture is the bi-product from the Ball Brothers Glass Manufacturing Company that makes Ball canning jars. The
of blue in different shades create cohesiveness through the house. The sculpture is sludge glass from the Ball Glass Company. A local metal artist created
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Phinney Design Group
LEED Platinum home
Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
would remove the 2 small vases and the tray. Using 2 lamps balances the garden stools. The urn with green branches complements the busy wallpaper. The
Blues with greens. Chinese garden stools.
Garden stools...Blue garden stools...Garden stools under console
supporting role, creating a playful backdrop for favorite piece of art, a sculptural table, and bright orange dahlias. Openings in the walls allow the golds
John Milner Architects, Inc.
Historic c.1735 Bucks County Farm House
Federal Colonial Restoration
Flooring and sculpture