1,319 metal legs Hall Design Photos

Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Caudill Lane
hallway...I have heard they are famous...who made them and are they valuable? Hers has a solid piece at one end...the slats are together at one end...legs and slats are the same...interesting!!
a bench in this hallway transforms it into a MoMA-esque gallery. The base is made of ebonized wood. The bench is also available with more slender metal legs, but of the two, this version is the modern icon.
“the floor” — Fincon, Inc.
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Chelsea Loft
Desk-metal legs
consola de metal y tablon
“테이블 디자인..” — chshon
McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Birmingham House
wood wing chairs with metal legs
“Chairs” — marlamazar
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Imagine Living
Purple Sideboard by Altamoda
Simply the cat's meow, love the legs!
purple!!!! knobs/legs
Very few people will have the pleasure of encountering a sideboard that borders on haute couture. Its spit-shine finish, metallic turned legs, and jeweled flower hardware makes such a piece quirky yet totally irresistible.
legs on table
“Mirror kitchen island color in entry way” — condogina
Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Cedar Lake International Style
adds that elevating the legs helps make it easier to lean back, and at the same time brings the legs up closer to the heart, which can relieve leg edema and foot swelling and lower the heart rate.
relevant to people in their mid-40s or older. However, she adds, “raising the legs up without at the same
because bringing the legs up closer to the torso increases the loads on the spine by flattening the lumbar curve of the lower back. There is also a bit of flattening of the lower back when the legs straighten from the traditional sitting position.” So, leaning backward while raising the legs is the most beneficial
need to lean back in chair while raising legs up. This can decrease swelling and lower heart rate.
“lovely chair” — primprimrose
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
metal mesh framed in wood for the guardrail
metal mesh fabric inlaid into guardrail
What type of metal is this? Would it work for our decks
metal mesh inlaid in guardrail w/ rustic reclaimed beams
GKD Metal mesh inserts in railings
metal mesh screen on landing
metal mesh fabric by GKD or Banker Wire or Cambridge Architectural
Stairs, rough hewn wood posts, concrete like walls, metal mess framed in wood
metal mesh/wire/perforated products for garden/deck privacy screens: GKD, Banker Wire and Cambridge Architectural.
metal mesh/wire/perforated products: This particular material is made by GKD;
A GKD metal mesh fabric inlaid in the guardrail above the stairwell offers another level of play between materials. There’s the rustic quality of the reclaimed beams, the cherrywood floors, the metal inlays and the white walls, which were given a wax finish for an uneven sheen.Wall paint: White Dove
“Demetriades + Walker Save Email Stair Guards In home interiors the use of metal is often required” — catzbeadz
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
the swell house
What are the acoustic attributes of this door & metal wall?
Where can I locate the metal panels, what manufacturer?
The wall expose metal frame work and wall finish
Plain door - what 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
Very interesting division made of corrugated metal panel. Sliding
between the waves, while the second is the overall panel height.Steel is the most popular material for new corrugated metal panels. However, some manufacturers, such as Steelogic Metal Systems, offer them in aluminum, copper and Galvalume, a zinc-aluminum alloy with an anticorrosive matte finish.
“red and metal!” — Helene Fourie
Laura Hardin
In Atlanta Homes with Thomasville Furniture
The metal and even the opening option.
Windows!!! Simple black metal iron
Legs for coffee...Table legs...metal framed window...turned legs
“table” — spanishstylequeen
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