68 Cushion Source Gym Design Photos

John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Yoga Room
Ideabooks5,110
Questions5
how much do you think it would be to source a pair of doors and hardware like that? Amazing!
Would you want me to source something like that replicated ?
Cork is an excellent choice for yoga studios. Anti microbial and a soft cushion feel.
porous so it needs frequent refinishingCork and linoleum are both ecofriendly options, since they come from renewable resources. Both have a natural cushion to them, which is beneficial in high-traffic areas. Cork is an insulator and can help lower heating costs. Like hardwood, cork is absorbent and liquids
“Organic Feel” — oceantime28
Geometra Design Ltd.
15 Reviews
Annex - Three Storey Renovation
Ideabooks2,698
Questions2
scatter cushions for the garden room?
Love the cushion colors/textures - I could make these
“simple idea” — u56517
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Garage - Converted into Studio
Ideabooks5,395
Questions4
I cant seem to find them to purchase..can you provide a source? Thanks!
“Double, large, out-swing doors.” — homefixupguy
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
Ideabooks2,380
Questions5
Could you give me size of window and source? Thank you.
“The white walls” — cheraday
Meadowlark Builders
The Greenest Remodel in Ann Arbor
Ideabooks423
Questions3
Do you have the source for it?
“Doable” — kkbfah
Contemporary Home Gym
Ideabooks183
Questions1
Fill a boring wallb with useful storage source and paint a mural on front
“Storage” — lynnpierre
Designing Solutions
56 Reviews
Bethesda Photoshoot
Ideabooks20,579
Questions11
Where did you source those climbing wall panels? I love them!
“cool idea” — Chantal Johnson
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
meditation pavilion
Ideabooks463
Questions0
A small footprint finds many functions through transformable space: fold down a murphy bed for guests, or bring it up for a group meditation space. Sleeping alcoves saddlebag off the long kitchen / dining / living space in this guest and recreation pavilion. Outside, vined trellises overlook a natural swimming pond. Photo: Ron Ruscio
“doors” — fgearyjr
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