690 scale Entry Design Photos

Duffy Design Group
3 Reviews
York Harbor Maine
Ideabooks14,835
Questions8
Old scale with wood top added
And then there's industrial salvage. I have no idea what this piece originally was, but its color, scale, weight and weathered texture make it the star of this entry hall. It's sculptural and mysterious and makes me curious. Did it come from an old, dusty
Make a statement with one unique piece. This part from an antique French scale was transformed into a stunning piece of furniture with a simple board across the top. An antique or reclaimed piece like this will show guests your
3. Make a statement with one unique pieceThis part from an antique French scale was transformed into a stunning piece of furniture with a simple board across the top. An antique or reclaimed piece like this will show guests your
“Love this table. Stunning.” — Mention Me Interiors
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Green Gambrel Entry
Ideabooks40,433
Questions22
Large doors open the vestibule to the stair hall when not closed. The scale of these double doors and opening provides a relationship between the smaller scale of the vestibule and larger scale of the stair hall.
“color walls” — angela1819
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks3,297
Questions3
2Scale Architects
“Df” — sheelagg
Nicholas/Budd Architects, LLP
Hollander 2 Residence
Ideabooks11
Questions0
large scale art
Centric General Contractors
St. Helena Vineyard Estate
Ideabooks132
Questions0
antique scale
“Piedra” — gabyacuna
Willey Design LLC
1 Review
Central Park West, NY Residence
Ideabooks847
Questions5
over-scale jack sculptures
“Bench, artwork and wallpaper combo. Not this style but the union of those pieces are beautiful” — Eva Uhlir Kellogg
Erla Dögg ingjaldsdóttir
minarc
Ideabooks6,302
Questions5
Using a child as a scale model makes this oversize door look even larger than it is, but even so, this is one tall entrance. A door this size takes full advantage of the beautiful grain patterns. It needed to be this big for the pattern to hold its own against the uniform wooden planks around the rest
Is this from Alice in Wonderland? This gigantic door dwarfs the little girl standing in the doorway. It's an exaggerated illustration of scale and how we judge an object in relationship to an ideal or norm, such as the human body. Disproportion isn't always a negative, however. The overscale
“Wow” — diamondmom19
Benjamin Hill Photography
2 Reviews
Courtlandt Residence - 2Scale Architects
Ideabooks151
Questions0
Courtlandt Residence - 2Scale Architects
“Mudrpom” — melruns
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