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David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Exterior
Ideabooks1,348
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Here is some slightly off-kilter symmetry, probably an attempt to meld the furniture with the space. The fireplace and photo determine the central axis, but they don't quite align with the double doors in the foreground. This situation is aggravated by the placement of the couches (aligned to the doors)
Here is some slightly off-kilter symmetry, probably an attempt to blend the furniture with the space. The fireplace and photo determine the central axis, but they don’t quite align with the double doors in the foreground. This situation is
“gevel laat licht binnen en dieven buiten” — chantall
Vendome Press
Katie Ridder Rooms
Ideabooks1,028
Questions4
great canvas for pattern and color, and are comfortable to lean up against. "No other room is dominated by a single piece of furniture as the bedroom. And no piece of furniture is more unwieldy than a bed. Its expanse is a wide visual plateau that all designers wrestle with," writes MacIsaac.
“Kind of crazy ... like it.” — inloveandlife
ThinkMakeBuild
3 Reviews
11th St
Ideabooks1,723
Questions5
The family had plenty of existing furniture, but Sink still had her work cut out for her, since the furniture's larger scale didn't always fit this smaller home. Some pieces, however, could be used for drama — this large mirror and chandelier in the dining room, for example. Bar stools: CB2
“F&B skimming stone” — kshanahan
Great Five Lakes
A House Reimagined: Ghosts Welcomed to Stay
Ideabooks483
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extension's floor-to-ceiling windows create a glass cube that overlooks a huge wooded ravine lot. Sorbara confined her silk-upholstered living room furniture to a cream wool rug so that the set appears to float on the dark oak floors. While there were many late nights renovating, working together on their
was an easy collaboration for this couple. “We both wanted it to be the best it could be; there was no room for ego or being right,” says Sorbara. Furniture: Knoll
“nice wood windows” — lundienza
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks588
Questions2
with a galvanized steel underbody. Costello says that Smith loves galvanized steel, so the sentiment was carried into the furniture pieces custom made for him by Costello's furniture company, Lucero Studio. Foreground pottery: Billy Smith; green vase: purchased in Peru; ceramic orb: Steve Hemingway
“Chairs” — stellagonzalez1
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
Ideabooks4,055
Questions7
Here's another crystal chandelier encased in a metal cover. The cylindrical shape goes with the other furniture in the room, while the chandelier is a beautiful surprise inside.
chair legs and cabinet pulls. In the kitchen, the oil-rubbed bronze of the pendants introduces a dark metal that works well with the espresso wood furniture.
“The chairs” — carokitten734
Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
Ideabooks6,704
Questions12
can't find a similar bed style that you like on the market, talk with a furniture pro to find out whether you can retrofit a standard sleigh bed with fabric panels.
Low bench. A low bench is one of the more common furniture pieces used at the foot of a bed. A typical seat height for a low sitting
“Color scheme would work with our bed” — napoleanna
Canterbury Design Kitchen Interiors
6 Reviews
The Aynsley
Ideabooks1,804
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custom color Seibold found after many experiments. The tungsten-gray base was hand glazed in white with a fine brush. An assortment of flush and furniture toe kicks, along with a collection of antique and reproduction knobs and pulls, provides the cabinets with the classic adornments that could fool
people into thinking they’d stepped back in time.Even the baker’s chest anchoring the island feels like a blast from the past, thanks to its distinct furniture-like appearance. A walnut butcher block on top makes it an excellent food-prep and baking station that allows a conversation between the baker and
“Walnut Cabinetry” — RENAISSANCE BUILDERS INC
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