411 wood garden sculpture Hall Design Photos

SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Ideabooks2,150
Questions3
Great sculpture. Where did it come from?
name of the sculpture? I have been trying to find it. Are there less expensive replicas?
The sculpture is by Mary Callery, part of the New York School art movement of the 1940s. They are sold through auction houses and galleries. We placed steel in the wall to support the sculpture.
Sculpture on wall - for portenos
Neat placement of the sculptures on the wall
Another sculpture seems so much more interesting and whimsical perched on the wall instead of on a pedestal. For a minute it makes you wonder if gravity has shifted.
These stunning sculptures are just "hanging around." When you have such fantastic figures on your wall you don't need other décor.
for conservation reasons to move it indoors. We felt the sculpture was dynamic enough to be located on a curved wall and balance the view at the steel-framed windows."
“The wall sculpture” — ashani35
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Brodbeck
Ideabooks3,175
Questions4
The arches look like real wood and stained. Is that true? Or is it some type of composite that is flexible and still looks like wood? If composite, what material did you use?
arched wood trim for loft door opening.
Framing an arched doorway in thick, rich wood adds a layer of luxury and grandness to large rooms.
“trim around doors/millwork” — shay71568
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
Interior shots
Ideabooks5,692
Questions5
what can i find that sculpture?
What is the wood on the floor? Great design.
Was the wood floor installed before drywall?
Another way...Hold 5/8" drywall up 1" from finished floor, factory edge down. Order self stick edge banding from Mcfeely, comes in all colors. Apply to exposed wood subplate. Cheaper than aluminum.
I like bookshelves taking up the majority of a wall, with mixed display of books, sculptures, frames in separate partitions.
Design tip: Use recessed lighting to direct attention to special features in the room. Notice how lights accent the sculptures, artwork and figurines within the library shelving.
“predlog za knjižnico in eksponate” — zivaj
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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Douglas Design Studio
13 Reviews
Entrance Hall
Ideabooks1,889
Questions4
WOW!!! Love this flooring. Please share what wood, solid plank?, stain?
What is the name of the wood flooring?
Hi Williamsa4, this is a lighting sculpture from Roseland Art & Decoration. Here is a link: http://www.roselandgallery.com/lighting/light_sculptures/203/?page=2
pmt: not sure of wood type but like coloring/graining. love curved step
curve the wood over the tile
but not open love wood floor
“Like my stairs” — lynnea22
Arnold Schulman Design Group
12 Reviews
Aventura
Ideabooks1,906
Questions6
Great sculpture! Who is the artist?
LOVE BIG BEAUTIFUL MODERN SCULPTURE IN ENTRYWAY
the color of the wood doors
art lighting, flooring change around sculpture, nitch
Paintings/sculpture and alcoves
Niches in foyer wall, sculpture
Female sculpture...wood door
“Principle: Proportion Compares one part of an object to its other parts or to the whole” — Kayla
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks6,705
Questions7
Mix of stone and wood flooring
Floor transition from concrete to wood.
Love the sculptures and the gold framed artwork in the grey toned and wood room...
Love the sculptures...Like the sculpture
“Flooring transition” — Ron Poulin
Karin Payson architecture + design
1 Review
Central Coast House and Library
Ideabooks4,347
Questions0
Indoor garden
The structure and the wood
Inside garden...Garden room
“Grass filler & stones” — vilzimra
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Hallway
Ideabooks2,427
Questions6
this wood flooring is beautiful. what is it?
I wood(ha ha) guess Brazilian cherry.
2.5 inch wood floor pathway in the
If you have a long hallway, a tall, freestanding sculpture gives the corridor interest without adding clutter. If I had this sculpture in my home, I would salute it every time I passed by.
“Flooring” — shauryaroy
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