14 absorbent Hall Design Photos

Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Ramchandani Residence
Ideabooks1,106
Questions2
Diffusion Translucent surfaces reflect, absorb and refract (bend) light passing through them. This causes the spaces they conceal to be illuminated by a diffuse, scattered light. Translucent screens
DiffusionTranslucent surfaces reflect, absorb and refract (bend) light passing through them. This causes the spaces they conceal to be illuminated by a diffuse, scattered light. Translucent screens
“Great Shoji closet for walk in closet” — marilynandjerry
Effect Home Builders Ltd.
2 Reviews
The Outlook
Ideabooks257
Questions2
Yes- this is a diamond polished concrete floor. It's extremely durable, and absorbs the sun's heat making it nice and warm.
Effect Home Builders Ltd. Yes- this is a diamond polished concrete floor. It's extremely durable, and absorbs the sun's heat making it nice and warm.
“open and natural lighting in hallway” — mattwong
Austral Masonry
GB Honed Range Projects
Ideabooks64
Questions0
your sense of smell, open the windows and use baking soda (simply place the powder in a bowl, or mix a little with water and wipe over a surface) to absorb and neutralise the smells around your home.
“Pivot window” — Julia Anna
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
1095 Royal York
Ideabooks713
Questions3
Wall accents which bring nature in and help with absorbing sound.
“Live wall wow” — anuradhamj
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
the swell house
Ideabooks8,944
Questions6
about on the wall instead? Quote: Great ideas for using corrugated metal. In terms of echoing, perforated corrugated metal can be used with a sound absorbing material behind.
“Habillage du mur” — genny16
John Kraemer & Sons
36 Reviews
Gallery/Hallway
Ideabooks5,941
Questions7
Floor is beautiful . I would like to have the same in my house but I am afraid of marble. I know is can absorb stains. Any comments on this . Will sealing really help? I would really appreciate help . Thank you in advance.
“small b&w” — boliviagirl
Koydol Inc.
Cork Tile Collection
Ideabooks63
Questions0
I think cork for a kitchen is GENIUS, put simply, it absorbs your weight and therefore you hurt less as you cook and do dishes. Not to mention, the sheer beauty it brings to the table. I almost did a wall of cork in
“Bodenbelag Bad? Ohne Fuge, ein Teil?” — drlena
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Asian-inspired Foyer
Ideabooks253
Questions1
If we absorb hall closets this is the look we should replace it with for the long wall.
“panel with chair rail” — malanikb
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