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Belinda Albo Design Studio
2 Reviews
Muskoka Cottage
Ideabooks7,070
Questions7
Where can i purchase that beautiful mirror???????
Hi Belinda, can you share the source for this table and also the mirror. Love it !!!
Please I want know the site for the Lovely mirror thank you
آینه ش ایده میده برای stained glass
Contrasting dark wall with super cool mirror
Interesting mirror placed above a certain
“Table” — stephgi89
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Spindrift
Ideabooks3,813
Questions4
Where did the glass transom come from?
Love the interior glass transom -how install - with trim?
the transom is flush with the wall surrounding it. How did you do it? Did you put the back trim on first (after painting it) as a stop and then put glass in and then enclose with the front trim? Thanks!!!!
the contractor, but you have the right idea. The glass transom was framed in the trim on site. It's actually set a little back from the door trim. Trim was painted after installation.
Do you have instructions for making the bottle bottom stained glass window? IT IS GORGEOUS!!!
Glad you like the glass globes, the prove to be a popular hit!
Stained glass to master bdrm area
blown glass on the stairs and stained glass window
“Tiffany transom” — moneybags21
Jarlath Mellett
Upper West Side Residence
Ideabooks21,127
Questions7
Where did the mirrors come from?
Hi, could someone tell mee the measurements of the 2 largest mirror? Tks
Here's a link for more information on the smaller ones: http://www.houzz.com/photos/267095/Porta-round-mirrors-contemporary-mirrors-
Multilevel bunches of flowers, glass console idea
I like the mix of mirrors and plants in the entrance.
Love the round mirrors also for nook area where gust loo was
Nice visual surprise with the round mirrors
InteriorsRound mirrors: Metropolis Modern, Linda Horn, Room & Board, and Chiasso
By no means is hanging a mirror completely out of the question. However, instead of just one, consider creating a display with mirrors of different styles or sizes for more appeal.
“several round mirrors” — Cristane Favre
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
Ideabooks9,386
Questions4
Where could I find these mirrors?
I want to thank you for sharing this design concept. I actually order the mirrors from vivaterra and love the space I put them in. One Question - did you re-stain the wooden frame? The color i have is much lighter.
longer sells them.. this seems a similar design http://musheno.com/product/porthole-mirrors-set-of-6-in-solid-maple/
Hi! Shelly from Amoroso Design... The mirrors are from vivaterra! Happy Designing!
porthole mirror collection by viva terra
love the circular mirrors, the simple & textural wood frames
Mirrors & wall color for hallway
cascading mirrors from Viva Terra are a fun way to brighten up an every day stair case, perfect for a gloomy basement portal. These mirrors by Chiasso are similarly cool.
“Can make” — Sarah Davis
Interiors by Steven G
14 Reviews
Contemporary Residence Boca Raton, Florida
Ideabooks6,582
Questions4
What are the dimensions of this mirror and where can I find it? Thank you love your work. Love from Texas
What are the dimensions of your mirror? Was it a custom framed piece?
Hi Steven! Beautiful work. Can u pls tell me who the mirror came from? I'm having a hard time finding a large mirror. Thanks!!
the mirror is custom made and finished any designer can measure your space and help thanks texas
include the frame..doesn't seem so..the dimensions are the mirror ,plus frame?
The huge miror with the the glass table
all-white, or all-blue, or all-pink, that your mirror has to match. Here is the perfect example of how opposite colours complement each other to create visual impact.
Add a touch of mysteryThis space couldn’t be more glossy, and an oversized mirror is the perfect way to maximise the effect. Far from
“Whote” — archanabhala
Imagine Living
Art Deco Miami Style
Ideabooks4,168
Questions4
How do you use mirrors to make a space look larger?
Where did you purchase this mirror? It is fabulous.
did u ever find out where to purchase the mirror?
Where did you purchase the mirror?
The above picture certainly looks special! I like to use big mirrors whenever I can, or a grouping of small ones. Just be sure to look at what the mirror is reflecting in the space. Make it something
The chair is thoughtful and imaginative. The mirrors tell a whimsical story.
mirrors are awesome I so want that.
Mirrors. It's no secret that mirrors do a world of good for spaces, but if you've been hunting unsuccessfully for an oversized mirror, perhaps you should try this trick instead. This set comes as one piece, but you can easily recreate the look with individual mirrors. Look around — you may have the
“See wall lamp.” — Eyapher Musa
Celia James
3 Reviews
Hall window
Ideabooks1,669
Questions2
glass stained accent hallway window...could match entry and kitchen
Fantastic stained glass window at top of stairs
Stain glass window at top of stairs
Oerhaps at the front ctr of the house we put a STAINED GLASS WINDOW?
great for hall and stair with yellow green and stained glass. Similar to ours
Stained glass Palladian The colors and
Stained glass window
Stained glass window!
Nice stain glass window.
No to stained cap...Stained glass
“Chair railing” — angdev
Catalano Architects
4 Reviews
Stonehedge Farm
Ideabooks5,613
Questions6
Love the stained glass feature, where was that purchased?
where did you source the glass ceiling pieces from?
White painted hallway with stained glass sky lights
skylights - stained glass! (I know, not possible in our place, but still
distracted from their duties by the storytelling in the detailed Gothic stained glass windows. Lancet windows with geometric patterns also became an alternative. This coffered ceiling really goes the extra mile. The stained glass maximizes the use of light in what could be just another hallway.
Fourteenth-century stained glass windows in some European cathedrals employed the Grisaille design. Grisaille windows are monochromatic panes of pale glass, with either brown or black outlines. The style often imitates sculpture and helps show off contrasting colors.Grisaille designs became popular since
“Stained glass” — sportlock
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