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Envi Interior Design Studio
Whitefish Private Spa and Pool house
Ideabooks492
Questions2
You have two main choices once inside the entrance: Go left to the art gallery or right to the pool. Here we are looking left, with a large pivoting wood and glass door leading to the art gallery; we can also see the stairs from the lowest level at right. The glass wall on the right
You have two main choices once inside the entrance: Go left to the art gallery or right to the pool. Here we are looking left, with a large pivoting wood and glass door leading to the art gallery; we can also see the stairs from the lowest level at right. The glass wall on the right edge of the photo
“Spa House Entrance” — daja10145
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Ideabooks1,874
Questions1
I just love it that these beams are suspended, instead of being a functioning part of the ceiling. The master bedroom and the gallery share space; the gallery ends in the view of the cactus when the barn doors are left open.
The master bedroom and the gallery share space; the gallery ends in the view of the cactus when the barn doors are left open.
“windows masterbedroom” — jonibailey
Daniel Marshall Architect
5 Reviews
Korora
Ideabooks397
Questions0
Standing in the entry, we can see back down the exterior steps. We also see the glass gallery that connects both ends of the linear plan as well as the living courtyard and the living area. Sliding doors merge interior and exterior to help create
nz Standing in the entry, we can see back down the exterior steps. We also see the glass gallery that connects both ends of the linear plan as well as the living courtyard and the living area. Sliding doors merge interior and exterior to help create
Standing in the entry, we can see back down the exterior steps. We also see the glass gallery that connects both ends of the linear plan as well as the living courtyard and the living area. Sliding doors merge interior and exterior to help create that strong connection with the environment that Marshall
“Doors” — Stalvey Design LLC
Gregory Phillips Architects
House Remodelling and Extension-Guildford
Ideabooks356
Questions1
Create your own galleryTurn your friends and family into a gallery by using frames of a uniform size and hanging them in long, straight lines. While a mix of different frames, colours and sizes creates a casual, eclectic look, this method of hanging photos brings an ordered, calm feel to your walls.
“photo display” — neetasood
Change of Art®
EasyGallery® frames
Ideabooks312
Questions1
Six gallery frames that play together nicely. Shown here in Silk White, this grouping is ideal for a child's room. Of course, you'll want to hang them out of reach of curious little hands, but it's nice to know that our heavy duty button hanger is nice & secure. Change the photos whenever you like
This group of six frames holds up to 80 of your favorite photos (or art prints!), so have fun switching things up as they grow! You can set up this gallery - start to finish - faster than you can watch an episode of Dora the Explorer. All you'll need's a hammer (we even supply the tape).
Instant/changeable gallery framing! Easy to mat & frame,
“Love the organization of photos to make a rectangle” — brittneypmax
The Brooklyn Home Company
Studio: Bedroom
Ideabooks8,827
Questions6
Petefauna is right, they are from Z Gallerie. Insidet, if you look at the other questions asked about this photo, they have given great details about the lathe divider, and yes, they built a
element that references the building's history. Metal Accordion Side Table: Urban Outfitters; Phrena Pendant Light: Artecnica; Mariposa Table Lamps: Z Gallerie
element that references the building’s history. Metal Accordion Side Table: Urban Outfitters; Phrena Pendant Light: Artecnica; Mariposa Table Lamps: Z Gallerie
“clever back of bed...” — Cris Rigby
Jeni Lee
The music room
Ideabooks50
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really like the simple, chill-out, warm look in this guest room. I also like the tight grouping of small artwork to make a larger statement piece vs a gallery wall. I like this better!
circus equipment and a foldout bed for guests.Rug: hand-tufted Persian, Kavir Rug Gallery
The music room features built-in storage for circus equipment and a foldout bed for guests.Rug: hand-tufted Persian, Kavir Rug Gallery
“Artwork and prints” — okeenan76
Cynthia Lynn Photography
5 Reviews
Wicker Park Loft
Ideabooks161
Questions0
an art piece by Polish artist Krzysztof Wladyka, hangs above a credenza in the dining room. Moriarty sourced the photos from Castell Photographic Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina, and had them custom framed by Wall to Wall Framing.
an art piece by Polish artist Krzysztof Wladyka, hangs above a credenza in the dining room. Moriarty sourced the photos from Castell Photographic Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina, and had them custom framed by Wall to Wall Framing. Credenza: Square sideboard by Florense, Arctic Gray Oak; table light:
an art piece by Polish artist Krzysztof Wladyka, hangs above a sideboard in the dining room. Moriarty sourced the photos from Castell Photographic Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina, and had them framed by Wall to Wall Framing. Sideboard: Square sideboard by Florense, Arctic Gray Oak; table light: Steven
“buffet” — yaufgang
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