18 tape transfer Industrial Home Design Photos

jamesthomas, LLC
11 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks38,472
Questions42
masking tape or blue painter's tape. Or consider "building" a sofa out of empty boxes — then live with it for a few days to see how it feels.
“Floor to ceiling windows” — chicca14
Matt Garcia Design
2 Reviews
Llano Exit Strategy
Ideabooks3,796
Questions5
window tape. The tape covers the nail flange, the sheathing and building paper. 100% waterproof.
“tin might be cool on exterior if it blends with metal roof and softened by wood and stone mix????? m” — melgavin
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
6 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks26,454
Questions10
light transfer
“Puerta para cocina y oficina” — jvalembois
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Cynthia Prizant - Prizant Design, LLC
6 Reviews
Industrial, edgy teen bedroom
Ideabooks10,125
Questions19
wallpaper? Or tape? Thanks.
“Nick” — l8brit
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
6 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks3,964
Questions7
double-sided tape were invented. There are also embossed wall coverings that would mimic the look of tin tiles. Lots of ways you can get a ceiling to look like this if you are not lucky enough to live in a warehouse loft with original architectural detail.
“pressed tin ceilings with piper lighting features” — ellemac_sr
Diligence International
Emifocus Fire
Ideabooks1,087
Questions1
or put tape to make a fake baseboard along the bottom of wall
“love the color on the baseboard” — Lora Kinzli
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Farmhouse, Shelter Island
Ideabooks9,558
Questions17
scale or tape it out with the actual furniture. Also, clearances will depend on door lcoations, fireplace, points of circulation, etc.
“Столик 2 с черными ножками” — lilyti
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
NW 13th Avenue Loft
Ideabooks30,062
Questions17
using tape, outdoor paint and a sisal or jute rug. DIY: How to Paint a Sisal Rug
“Corner in front” — Beaner Sureline
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