43 mix pattern Hall Design Photos

Taylor Lombardo Architects
Tuscan Villa
Different patterns to slit up rooms
note varying wood floor patterns. Also, note the trim around the arches
beautiful wood floors with chevron pattern
Mix of herringbone with plank flooring. Classic
dark wood floor patterns
multiple different floor patterns.
chevron entry way floor pattern
mix of floor patterns
Mixed patterns...Wood pattern...herringbone mix
“Hallway” — sugar77
Regency Interior Design,LLC
2 Reviews
Regency Interior Design, LLC
Love the patterns created on the ceiling from the ornate glass and metal pendant lights.
the lines separate the different patterns. I especially like the way the line separate the room when the opening where the opening is there is a pattern going across the front of it.
pattern for foyer-using marble
floor pattern
“Love the floor !!!!!” — barnumc
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Andesite Residence
Mix of riverstone and other tile
Love the tile and stone mix
Long walk way and patterns
rock and stone mixed together
cool mix of floor pavers
“pendant light” — penny61063
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Contemporary Hall
Open rafters, shadow patterns through full glass walls
There's nothing wrong with a little space, zen garden style. Use rock paths to avoid obstructing sand patterns. Use space if needed, from interior to exterior.
the mix...concrete & steel
Metal and wood mix
“Steel frame” — beamerlexi
Giambastiani Design
Entance Hall/Mudroom
Love the mix of wood and stone. This would look great in the basement.
Mix of wood and stone creates a wooden oasis that looks very beautiful
Mix of wood and stone.
Wood and brick mix
“stone, wood” — julieborglin
Dan Forer, Photographer
1 Review
Residence, Miami Beach
Greek- variation of the Klismos chair, the tall columns, the geometric pattern on the back wall
became associated with royalty — a connection that remains to this day. The Egyptians and Chinese prized the color and worked to create blue pigments, mixing various mined elements such as copper, lead and limestone. The Mesoamericans made their own version of blue using resins and plant extracts. Egyptian
“Everything!!!” — debbeth55
Modern Hall
neat idea, mixing stone and wood for walls
Mix of glass and cable
“Texture and use of the curve to create a flow” — laurencasey12
Creative Touch Interiors
2 Reviews
Acadian Style- New Construction
herringbone pattern
Pattern changes in each room
wood floor pattern
“Wood design floor” — nmoster
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