167 mosaic tile picture frame Hall Design Photos

David Rausch Studio
Scenic
Ideabooks5,480
Questions4
What is the source of the frames?
What are the sizes of the photos and frames? Can you buy the frames?
I was wanting to know where do you get these picture frames random siz
Is it possible to get the size of the frames and images please.
love photo walls. I'd love to have one that is almost a mosaic of our cherished moments. And easy to update/add/change.
black & white pictures with silver frames
The pictures on the wall symmetry, filling a long space
a grid or an asymmetrical display. No matter which you choose, Mughannam says uniting the pictures through a common element will give them a sense of order. That common element could be photograph color, frame color or image size. For example, you could have a lot of photos of different sizes together
“nice color wood with minimal knots and I like the windows this look is good with natural light and l” — ainahaina
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Urban Homestead
Ideabooks15,938
Questions9
Where did you get the baseboards in the picture? Thank you!
where can I get the light on the pictures?
is worth installing. Also I think the Conoco Picture lights will do a better job.
hall way...love the picture frame lighting. Wainscotting and baseboards
Conoco picture lights. I like the ones that come in oak
Do not want this kind of lighting for pictures and portraits
black and white photos. Or, if using color photographs, use all the same frame for a cohesive look. And, most important, don't forget lighting. Treat the area as a gallery and bring in some way to highlight the walls (see next picture for a perfect example of how to do this).
“love the picture lights” — greysmom23
Shift Interiors
20 Reviews
FALSE CREEK CONDO
Ideabooks55,601
Questions20
you find the frames? Love the clean simplicity!
where did you get the picture frames?
Where did the frames come from? I love them!
Please share info of the paint brand, color and of the frames as well
Love the white frames also. Thanks for your reply.
wow you guys have fabulous products! Please may u kindly assist me, i need a quotation for the following kitchen floor tiles. •Kinetic Amber circles tiles =$2.99 •Cobble stone multi colored flat finish marble tiles =$9,99 The kitchen
Dark gray with moulding. Clean lines, white frames
Gorgeous dark matte paint and small hallway brightened by tons of white frames. Beautiful.
with white for a look that’s strong yet serene at the same time. White and grey is a classic combo, and this dark shade perfectly highlights the white-framed photographs for an inviting display.
“Gallery wall” — vonifer
Seattle Remodeler & Custom Home Builder Best of Houzz 2012, 2013, 2014
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Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
Ideabooks3,226
Questions3
Custom mosaic floor, fabricated in Italy
Trims works, note the mouldings juttingo ut to create niches for pictures and mirrors
Mosaics need to be in ornate spaces?
gorgeous tile floor in white, cream and beige
The mosaic tile and H in the middle
Mosaic floors along a long hallway
Ornate floor tiles are a show stopper
All in the details. An ornate space needs an ornate floor. This intricate marble mosaic is a quiet showstopper that doesn’t compete with the architectural detail, but enhances it through its subtle shades of white, cream and beige.
“Hallway” — t4cett
InterDesign Studio
5 Reviews
Jamie Snavley
Ideabooks2,115
Questions1
Owner's collection of signed celebrity photos is warmed up by the reed covered ceiling detail. Smaller art multiples in matching frames, installed in a repetitive grid pattern, become an overall wall treatment.
Buy some autographed pics from ebay or somewhere, and frame the ones of RAF with Todd, Paul, etc. to put in studio!
modular option of hanging everything in the same size frame...can always keep updating
like the pictures and color of on wall
“Family pictures and keyboard” — aakrithi
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Miami-Hall
Ideabooks12,557
Questions10
I am afraid of overdoing the hanging pictures my hall is long i want to make it interesting any ideas? its verdemare colour sooo I thought of making bronze colour paint like mixed media thanks
Hi try to make the top picture frame aligned . One line straight Cross and keep the distance between pictures less space
used both BM Linen White and BM Mayonnaise with BM's Shaker Beige. In this home I used Linen White, it's a bit warmer and worked well with the marble tile floors. To be honest you cannot go wrong with either. Good luck and send me photos of the finished project!
Like the pictures and mirrors design in this hallway
Small to med. size frames, mixed finishes, scale
Niche and variety of frames on wall
“shaker beige” — weborg
Anne Rue Interiors
anne rue
Ideabooks2,544
Questions5
Nice picture can you share where it was purchased?
Love the placement of the picture and the console table.
tile surrounded by wood as a transition area
notice where tile ends at the doorway
tiles and wood floor coverage combination
Wood and tile combo for foyer
use of tile and wood in entryway
Tile and wood design
table and picture at end
tile wood accents...accent tiles...floor tile design...tile flooring
“Mix with wood on borders and marble” — sfreedman
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Beard-Chu
Ideabooks6,250
Questions7
hite art, too. Tie in the bottom mat color with the frame color (black if using a black frame, gray or silver if using a silver frame, etc.), then use a nice light neutral on top for a clean, contemporary feel.
Picture gallery in hallway. Wide hallway.
black and white frame / pictures
Layered mats create an interesting look for black-and-white art, too. Tie in the bottom mat color with the frame color (black if using a black frame, gray or silver if using a silver frame, etc.), then use a nice light neutral on top for a clean, contemporary feel.
Incorporate natural light when possible. No other kind of light does more to help your art look its best. Just be sure that the glass on the frames will protect from the work from UV rays, otherwise your pieces may fade.
“Large photos in hallway” — yvonnesegda
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