11 crush it Industrial Home Design Photos

Tara Dudley Interiors
Boulevard Loft, Hollywood CA
The chairs are vintage Milo Baughman that were purchased at an antique store in New York City. We had them recovered in a crushed blue velvet.
love the pop of colour with the crushed blue velvet textile
Chairs crushed blue velvet
“White, blue, silver colors” — lou4555
A.S.D. Interiors - Shirry Dolgin, Owner
3 Reviews
Gothic. He thought it looked like garbage. Ouch. He pointed out that there was relatively little in the space that actually represented him. I was crushed, but I returned the table. I also took down several large pieces of art and replaced them with stunning works he had squirreled away in his design
“Boat” — silviagsilveira
Phillips Garden
Minnehaha Parkway
may have a little too much going on all together but do like the plants individually and also like the crushed granite color and size - may prefer a slightly lighter color
“more low growing plants. Plants growing over rocks” — suryaf
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
shoup residence + office compound
Concrete and crushed stone for the courtyard?
“container” — elianasouza
Monticello Homes & Development
3 Reviews
Modern Art Studio
crushed rock
“Love mixture of cladding” — sellojazz
miller design
5 Reviews
Anderson Pavilion
The garage exterior is stucco mixed with crushed stone for a heavier texture. The pavilion above has redwood lap siding painted grayish blue to match the main bungalow. Rust-red Cor-Ten steel, fabricated by Dakota Ag Welding, was used for the garage door and the staircase leading up to the pavilion.
“Garage placement” — lugenbec
David Howell Design
1 Review
David Howell Design
Brick is heavy and needs structural support; how much depends on the height and width of the wall. Angle iron has to be installed at the bottom, for crush factor, it needs a solid substrate (not sheetrock) and must be supported from below, unless you are slab on grade. If you like the look and the wall
“accent wall” — amanda mastenbrook
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Daniel Shapiro: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
bench chair crush brick walls with high windows and wood flooring
“Comedor” — chagoquezada
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