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Holly Marder
The home of Karlijn and Pieter
Ideabooks476
Questions2
open display of everyday objects in clear containers
10. Turn everyday objects into decor. Rather than cluttering up your
Turn everyday objects into decor. Rather than cluttering up your home with lots of purely decorative objects, see which of your daily necessities can be turned into decor with a bit of prop-styling
Turn everyday objects into decor. Rather than cluttering up your home with lots of purely decorative objects, see which of your daily necessities can be turned into decor with a bit of prop-styling finesse
10. Turn everyday objects into decor. Rather than cluttering up your home with lots of purely decorative objects, see which of your daily necessities can be turned into decor with a bit of prop-styling finesse. Use clear containers to hold pretty craft supplies and office basics, fill a jar with extra
“like idea of storing things as decor - unused candles in a jar or wrapping paper in an old umbrella” — codescroft
Jamie Keskin Design
Transitional Wellesley
Ideabooks1,288
Questions1
collection of books and objects — aim to keep at least one-third of each shelf empty. When you paint the back of a bookshelf, it is especially important to leave some free space so you can see the color behind the objects. Mix things up by alternating stacks of books with objects, or try leaning a few
collection of books and objects — aim to keep at least one-third of each shelf empty. When you paint the back of a bookshelf, it is especially important to leave some free space so you can see the color behind the objects. Mix things up by alternating stacks of books with objects, or try leaning a few
collection of books and objects – aim to keep at least one-third of each shelf empty. When you paint the back of a bookshelf, it is especially important to leave some free space so you can see the colour behind the objects. Mix things up by alternating stacks of books with objects, or try leaning a few
“instead of our current bookcase??” — Deb Amsler
Rusk Renovations
8 Reviews
Upper West Side Classic 6
Ideabooks4,891
Questions6
skinny spot like this can store a surprising number of books. Or, next to a desk like this, it could even house office supplies, mixed with a few art objects to keep it aesthetically pleasing. And, it could make it easier to install a sliding door. Another way to save space!
skinny spot like this can store a surprising number of books. Or, next to a desk like this, it could even house office supplies, mixed with a few art objects to keep it aesthetically pleasing.
next to a desk like this, it could even house office supplies, mixed with a few art objects to keep it aesthetically pleasing.
“Whether you want to store spices, books, toys, bathroom accessories, clothing or art objects, nooks between the studs are a great way to make the most of your square footage
“like wall and floor color” — tjudon
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Ellen Happ Architect
Artist's Cottage
Ideabooks4,286
Questions2
Design element 5. Space: Negative space Space is an area within or around an object. Basically there are two types of space; positive space (positive space is itself an object) and negative space (it is the space around the object). The above picture shows both positive, as well as, negative space. However
negative, as one can see that the centre of the room is empty. The objects in the rooms like the tables and other stuff are the examples of positive space. the negative space makes the room seem larger and spacious.
Element: Space-A 3-D object that can be emptied or filled with space. In this picture,
“Nice work station” — nidhinidhi19
Warline Painting Ltd.
13 Reviews
The River Residences - Ladner, BC
Ideabooks572
Questions1
soften high tech with nature's objects...
Offset tech gadgets with living plants and handmade objects. Workspaces tend to be filled with plastics — and even if those plastics are sleek,
handmade objects. Workspaces tend to be filled with plastics. Bringing in something tactile and handmade, like rustic plant pots, a woven textile or wooden bowl, will help bring much-needed balance to the space.
plavo smeđe tegle i: Offset tech gadgets with living plants and handmade objects. Workspaces
tech gadgets with living plants and home-made objects
Offset tech gadgets with living plants and handmade objects. Workspaces tend to be filled with plastics —
offset tech gadgets with living plants and homemade objects.
“mixing it up with the cabinetry, an idea for the kitchen” — heatherchawnk
Benedict August
2 Reviews
Modern Anaheim Home Office
Ideabooks3,070
Questions4
but need something to collect..Think about the scale of your objects and whether a grid of boxes, built-ins or floating shelves would be the best way to show off the objects you’re passionate about. The display is key to giving the objects the respect they’re due, whether they’re train cars on long,
Think about the scale of your objects and whether a grid of boxes, built-ins or floating shelves would be the best way to show off the objects you’re passionate about. The display is key to giving the objects the respect they’re due, whether they’re train cars on long, narrow shelves …
“way to display collections with less clutter” — amykowalski
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Library
Ideabooks16,839
Questions12
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo Here is another wall of books that integrates larger openings for displaying objects other than books. They are horizontal, vertical, and square, enabling different things to be on display.
a photo shoot, I'd bring out the blue and the yellow by adding in 5-10 objects sporting those two colors: a small patterned pillow on the club chair, tabletop accessories and organizers on the desk, then maybe a few graphic objects on the bookshelves. Starting with art is always a safe bet for incorporating
Here is another wall of books that integrates larger openings for displaying objects other than books. They are horizontal, vertical, and square, enabling different things to be on display.
“Bibliothèque jusqu'au plafond” — Marie Langis
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks334
Questions0
overlapping layers of glass bottles/objects/etched glass
Glass wall from the other side: A simple concept for storing objects against this wall is elevated to an archive-like museum piece at once both precious and accessible. Overlapping layers of glass bottles and the objects they contain, along with the
A simple concept for storing objects against this wall is elevated to an archive-like museum piece at once both precious and accessible. Overlapping layers of glass bottles and the objects they contain, along with the interplay of the etched DNA sequence, make
A simple concept for storing objects against this wall is elevated to an archive-like museum piece at once both precious and accessible. Overlapping layers of glass bottles and the objects they contain, along with the interplay of the etched DNA sequence, make
“Peek-a-boo windows” — bstonecipher
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