134 meandering path Hall Design Photos

Vanguarda Architects
Terravista House
the front, including the master suite and its service rooms, two bedrooms and a bathroom, all connected by a circulation that accompanies the exterior path towards the access. In order to protect this private corridor, vertical printed glasses were used, allowing for the passing of natural light but not
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Kass Wilson/ WallsTreat Studio
14 Reviews
Lines of Distinction . . . faux wood grained columns
project is a lesson in composition as it refers to paint and interior design. The correct balance of vertical and horizontal lines creates a visual path that will direct the eye to a particular point of interest. Without good composition, the resulting chaos interferes with the way a story is told. Through
Crescent Hill Gallery
Artwork Installation
Photo taken by Megan Sinnett, Crescent Hill Gallery
Authentic Durango Stone™
7 Reviews
Hallway Flooring in Authentic Durango Veracruz™
Do the halls of your home lead you along paths of elegance? Authentic Durango Veracruz™ floor tile brings the assurance of quality and peace of mind.
Julia Katrine Designs
4 Reviews
Walnut Creek Grand Cottage
The ever deeping hues of chocolate leads one down the path to this master suite.
Michael Kilpatrick Design
5 Reviews
Acacia Residence
The B.C. fir beams, joists and ceiling acts as a demarcation between the stone wall of the original house and the kitchen. The ceiling defines the path of the hallway and focuses on a 200 year old white pine through the window at the end of this view. The big-leaf curly maple storage cabinet cantilevers
Johnson & Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Residence in Colleton River
Nice path way
“love ceiling barrel ceiling with wood” — analyze
Kara Mosher
is her sanctuary, a trait which can be seen in the serenity inside and out of the home."It’s quiet out here, no buses rushing past my door, flight paths, or constant siren horns and traffic. You can see the stars at night. The people that live here are for the most part down to Earth and friendly," says
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