58 tape transfer Hall Design Photos

FINNE Architects
27 Reviews
Lake Forest Park Renovation
Ideabooks1,506
Questions1
Finne drew the pattern freehand with a pen, then digitized it and had it transfered to a film for the glass. The pattern is thickest at the bottom and lightens
Finne drew the pattern freehand with a pen, then digitized it and had it transfered to a film for the glass. The pattern is thickest at the bottom and lightens
“patterned glass panel” — maxineplus3
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Weiss Home
Ideabooks906
Questions2
the need to tape the lower edge. Eliminating the baseboard requires finishing the drywall.
baseboard covers the lower edge of the drywall and eliminates the need to tape the lower edge. Eliminating the baseboard requires finishing the drywall
This is actually one for the whole house. No baseboards but would have to tape the lower edge. It looks nice and clean.
baseboard covers the lower edge of the drywall and eliminates the need to tape the lower edge. Eliminating the baseboard requires finishing the drywall
no baseboards. have to tape lower edges
“Bench for foyer” — forlando
Contemporary Hall
Ideabooks1,521
Questions1
also an excellent conductor of heat. This means we have to keep it from transferring heat between the interior and exterior of a building. Wood, meanwhile
also an excellent conductor of heat. This means we have to keep it from transferring heat between the interior and exterior of a building. Wood, meanwhile
“I like the steel beams exposed and painted” — shakes169
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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VSP Interiors
Dorset Stable Conversion
Ideabooks607
Questions2
serious and grown-up, so I hand painted the stripes with the help of masking tape,” says von Stockhausen. “The stripes are the same size as the roller I used
stripes - same size as paint roller with masking tape
serious and grown-up, so I hand-painted the stripes with the help of masking tape,’ says Henriette. ‘The stripes are the same size as the roller I used. It
serious and grown-up, so I hand painted the stripes with the help of masking tape,” says von Stockhausen. “The stripes are the same size as the roller I used
“Very clean with a bang!” — nabedin
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
21 Reviews
Bridge lighting
Ideabooks3,659
Questions3
good example of pathway lighting and visual cueing. This idea can be transferred to a regular hallway using the same lighting type, or you can also use
good example of pathway lighting and visual cueing. This idea can be transferred to a regular hallway using the same lighting type, or you can also use
“Double view” — Jordan Hoss
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Isobel Schofield
Ideabooks795
Questions1
If you are concerned about the lines becoming blurred, use white masking tape to mark out the grid instead of chalk.
If you are concerned about the lines becoming blurred, use white masking tape to mark out the grid instead of chalk.
“Make their timetable visible in the house, and get them to write in their activities.” — Darling Street
Frederick + Frederick Architects
7 Reviews
Palmetto Tree Bookcase
Ideabooks7,404
Questions6
by BONA called Mega. To create the diamonds mask off the floor with frog tape making sure to really seal the edges. To get the with colour use titanium
paint pad. For more dramatic white simply paint on more coats. remove the tape then cover the entire floor with 2 coats of finish.
dry, you can lay out your pattern with careful measuring and blue painter's tape.
“distress” — Molly McNulty
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Gurfinkel
Ideabooks3,758
Questions5
onto a large sheet of paper. Her husband then took each sheet of paper and taped it on the wall to patiently pinpoint where to place the picture hangers.
onto a large sheet of paper. Her husband then took each sheet of paper and taped it on the wall to patiently pinpoint where to place the picture hangers.
“stairwell” — Rhonda Thomson
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