11 crush it Industrial Home Design Photos

Tara Dudley Interiors
Boulevard Loft, Hollywood CA
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Questions3
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
“A/C” — taltlg
A.S.D. Interiors - Shirry Dolgin, Owner
6 Reviews
Loft
Ideabooks4,029
Questions6
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
“industrial ceiling is good. Can be painted light color... ok. Not black need the reflection for l” — gaborden
Phillips Garden
Minnehaha Parkway
Ideabooks8,814
Questions5
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
Plants, steel and pebble/crush combination
“pocket garden” — bernvillamor
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7 Reviews
studio green
Ideabooks1,216
Questions2
1/4" minus crushed rock pathway?
“Spectacular” — caz_man
building Lab, inc.
11 Reviews
shoup residence + office compound
Ideabooks956
Questions0
Concrete and crushed stone for the courtyard?
“Pavers” — pino503
David Howell Design
3 Reviews
David Howell Design
Ideabooks4,432
Questions6
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
“Color contrasts for den” — hobryon
HC Interiors
3 Reviews
City Beach
Ideabooks198
Questions0
crushed bed linen...crushed linen
“Wall” — Ethel Atienza
miller design
5 Reviews
Anderson Pavilion
Ideabooks529
Questions0
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
“corten, gray hardie and cement” — leslieconnerfay
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