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Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
The Coach House
Ideabooks2,162
Questions1
Red on red, b/w photo wall
it in their interior, so they tone down their choices and it becomes uninteresting,” he says. “My best advice is, Don’t be afraid to be bold.”
someday, but for now it’s like a sculpture.”Chamard’s design philosophy is simple: Go bold. “Too many times people are afraid to go for it in their interior, so they tone down their choices and it becomes uninteresting,” he says. “My best advice is, Don’t be afraid to be bold.”
“corner arrangement of photos” — kjhayes99
Ian Moore Architects
Strelein Warehouse
Ideabooks3,879
Questions4
Black and white always work for me. This modern look could be an art gallery. I love the fact that the track have a black interior. Great.
White frames on white walls for art display
white on white - shadow box
one up one down. silver white combo
Black + WhiteThe dialogue here is one of contrast. The stair and cabinetry geometries are elemental, bold gestures. In this renovation all the interior materials rendered in black represent new architectural interventions, while all of the white areas highlight the existing structure
various spaces required and the necessary minimum stair width, the material selection becomes obvious.Why this marriage works: As in a simple black and white photograph, composition and contrast are capable of producing striking beauty.
“plain and clean” — deannajw
thirdstone inc. [^]
2 Reviews
LG House - Interior Workstation
Ideabooks4,405
Questions8
LG House (Edmonton) Design :: thirdstone inc. [^] Photography :: Merle Prosofsky
awesome house! i looked through all the photos, videos, comments etc but can't see that anyone has asked these 2 questions: 1. where do the downward stairs lead to? a basement/garage? 2. are there pictures of the other end of the house, where the garage/driveway is? and
Is the ceiling height the same throughout out both floors of the house? Thanks
instead of having exposed bulkheads on either side of the house, we could lower to 8'9" and have no bulk heads. What would you do? We have 8' window/doors on one side of the house.
Ceiling's are for the most part 9'. The ceiling in the above photo is slightly shorter in the Dining Room (as well as the
“Comp screen on the wAll” — Abigail Rose
Marie Burgos Design
25 Reviews
Chocolate & Cream design
Ideabooks3,441
Questions9
I like the chair style but in white
Street shin photo. "Patterson Creek" mills county
like the photo, lamp, whole set up
Wall color Ralph Lauren Nantucket white
I think this would be nice in my house
Street sign--Photo of Highbrook Ave sign?
Takea picture of Lincoln rd sign in black and white for dads wall of pictures
“Escritorio” — Amalia Ramón de Delfino
James D. LaRue Architects
13 Reviews
Blanco House
Ideabooks1,560
Questions5
Thank you for the question. The stone used here is an Austin White Limestone. All stone was purchased from Rock Solid Quarry in Florence, Texas.
Sadly, all pieces in this photo are the Homeowners personal furniture. Therefore, we do not have any information on the lamp
Sadly, the love seat in this photo is the Homeowners personal furniture so we do not have any information on it. Sorry we couldn't be more helpful!
Texas Modern Interior James LaRue Architect
J-Basically a "white wall". Would lighten up a dark room
Brick or stone interior wall in dining or study?
Alt model perete interior pentru camere
“sliding door” — ldc418
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks11,624
Questions11
where did these white boxes come from?
they're custom. fabric was from the keith mc coy showroom here in los angeles, and labor was by teresa prater custom interiors.
Black and white with colourful flowers and things in it
white walls, black bookcase with white storage boxes, curtain pattern, pops of turquoise, mint green, coral
Take photos out of albums and re
eclectic; gray and white curtains combined with not
Designer Betsy Burnham's studio stays organized via shelves full of white boxes and a series of functional trayscapes.
Start off organizing the photo format that will give you the biggest peace of mind. For most of us
through them and doing a first cull. We take so many photos we will never look at again and they only add clutter to our bookshelves, minds and hard drives. Throw out any blurry, torn or out-of-focus shots. If you can’t recognise anyone in a photo, or even when or where it was taken, that goes in the
“Curtains” — jrrice
Alexander James Interiors
Beechwood Manor
Ideabooks3,177
Questions3
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love the clean white walls in the living room opening up to the wallpaper in the other room
Go cool and contemporaryFor a true monochrome space, keep decor and furnishings black, white and grey. Clock print cushions, a globe and chessboard add an Alice In Wonderland feel to this space.
“shelves” — anacantu34
FORMA Design
20 Reviews
A Tenleytown Rowhouse
Ideabooks1,064
Questions3
to IdeabookEmail Photo 7. Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable torchieres can deliver this effect. This is a great technique for basements.
Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even
Love the white matted pictures on the wall.
Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable
seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable torchieres can deliver this effect. This is a great technique for basements.
“desk ideas” — Brendan
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