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Bradshaw Photography LLC.
1 Review
Romanelli & Hughes Parade Home
Romanelli & Hughes Parade Home
Home Theater
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Sweaney Custom Homes, Inc.
4 Reviews
16,000 Square Foot Mediterranean Estate
sweaney custom homes
Sweaney Custom Homes, Inc.
theater room...custom home builder...estate home
“gallery” — msthoma
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
It wasn’t always so easy. Marquee letters were once found mainly outside of carnival acts, circus tents and theaters, and they were used to let people know who was performing or what kind of act to expect. (Surely this is how the phrase “your name in lights” was
people started buying them at flea markets and antiques stores and displaying them in their homes. Of course, with older pieces, the letter and symbol combinations were limited.In this room by Echelon Custom Homes, the glowing phrase stationed above a ceramic chicken collection leaves no doubt about the
The homeowner's collection of roosters is proudly displayed beneath carnival letters that spell out the word, FUN. When it comes to this amazing home, that pretty much sums it up!The paint colors shown here include:Lemon Twist 6909 (Sherwin-Williams)Invigorate 6886 (Sherwin-Williams)Spa 6765 (Sherwin
“Walls” — hppy2b
Amanda Fossum Design
1 Review
This area is just off the kitchen and links to the garage and home theater rooms. It features ample storage, a refrigerator, sink and plenty of counter space. It's an organizers dream!
Amanda Fossum Design
“lights under cabinets” — mybruno
Great if you have a hall leading to a theater
learn about the big MCM designers and the items they designed," she says. "We spent hours reading books and browsing the internet for information. This is also good for developing your taste in design."
The end of a hall can be a perfect spot for accessories that need a home. Kay from Kay Loves Vintage
“Poster” — tzarina2002
Design Elite
8 Reviews
Thornblade Residence
Open hallway leads to home theatre and overlooks foyer below. Syberian Larch ceiling and floors.
Design Elite
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
City View Residence
south and north corners was dictated by the environment; any walls used would have blocked the view to the City of Seattle. A basement designed to house office, theater, an exercise room, and a guest suite supports a main floor with kitchen, dining, and living areas in one open space. Commercial sliding
the interiors and serves as the spine of the house. The upper level includes bedroom-bathroom suites. A west courtyard garden lends outdoor space to a home that sits above a steep east hillside. Exposed structural steel allowed the exterior walls of the City View Residence to be 55% glass. Portland cement
cost and materials. The City View Residence was a collaboration of Rhodes Architecture + Light, Swenson Say Faget Engineering, LightWire, Lighting Design, and the owners. Mark Madison of Bob Talbot Construction completed this residence in 2006-2007.
“Closets with sky light. Great for 3rd floor” — cheriem73
Beccy Smart Photography
1 Review
Hallways and stairways
but you may like to contact Abigail Ahern, as this is her house and she sells interior goods at her shop, as well as being an inspirational interior designer - ... Beccy
Love this leading to the theater and stage area. Not sure how to make it more modern in it's feel. I actually just love this the way it is.
Try bright on dark Designer Abigail Ahern is the queen of dark, sludgy hues, but in her home she stops her almost-black hallway feeling austere with fun, macabre accessories and artworks in bright hues. The dark
“Hall” — mercra
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