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LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Hall
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Questions5
stairway on the third floor. The space is very narrow, so the firm chose to add multiple studded doors for depth as well as privacy. Stock doors were faux painted, scraped, antiqued, and then applied with iron nail heads in a traditional Mexican pattern.
Stock doors were faux painted, scraped, antiqued, and then applied with iron nail heads in a traditional Mexican pattern.
stairway on the third floor. The space is very narrow, so the firm chose to add multiple studded doors for depth as well as privacy. Stock doors were faux painted, scraped, antiqued, and then applied with iron nail heads in a traditional Mexican pattern. Doors: Avatar EastChair: Williams Sonoma
“Like the baseboards. Tall with a little touch on the bottom.” — jimhouse65
InterDesign Studio
5 Reviews
Jamie Snavley
Ideabooks2,029
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.
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.
9. Signed celebrity photos. I love the way these autographed head shots are tucked into an alcove with a piano - it's so totally Hollywood and dramatic.
“piano” — Collin Seow
Hendricks Architecture
5 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks1,294
Questions3
Look at ceiling. Would like to do this for the living room floor. Take multiple woods and blend them randomly.
+ head.... Totem pole-ish
“Cabinets” — diannelu
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.
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The Design Atelier
Long Island Drive
Ideabooks4,962
Questions4
What color flooring is this from Ann Sacks tile? I see there are multiple slate options.
I love this tile! Would it be good on shower. Maybe a smaller chevron.
“floor” — Angie Davis
Katy Sullivan Designs
1 Review
Master Bathroom
Ideabooks742
Questions6
There are closets and shower along the walls. The project was completed years ago so I am not certain on the exact heights. The walls were approx 9' H and the barrel is another couple of feet. The hallway is approx 18' L. A shorter walkway would still work. The view is
Wall lights instead of over head
“uplighting” — sundgrenk
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Winslow
Ideabooks4,089
Questions6
How do You mount the panels I dont see any screw heads popping out ?
Smooth access to bath--though curbed shower
“paneled door” — ruthylynn1
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Dog Wash Room!
Ideabooks2,947
Questions1
Pet and sandy feet shower in basement
dog wash / shower for garage
If you'd like to install a pet shower but don't want to deal with a prefabricated tub, this image shows how you can create a space with a shower head, a drain and simple ceramic tiles.More:Renovation Detail: The Built-In Dog BedWhen Pets Rule the Roost
“Dog shower” — hca2014
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
Miami Interior Design - Miami Decadence
Ideabooks1,375
Questions2
Color. Narrow hallways can feel dull, but painting the doors a gutsy color and adding texture with studs created multiple focal points in this one. Pay attention to how you can use color on your home's architectural elements to draw the eye to or away from certain parts
Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL Color. Narrow hallways can feel dull, but painting the doors a gutsy color and adding texture with studs created multiple focal points in this one. Pay attention to how you can use color on your home's architectural elements to draw the eye to or away from certain parts
Color. Narrow hallways can feel dull, but painting the doors a gutsy color and adding texture with studs created multiple focal points in this one. Pay attention to how you can use color on your home's architectural elements to draw the eye to or away from certain parts
“color” — blackcherokee
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