1,052 top tip Industrial Home Design Photos

knowles ps
4 Reviews
Port Orchard Residence 05
Ideabooks2,512
Questions3
- metal tips on wood rafters (weather protection) - metal sheeting together with wood siding
The way the top and bottom windows work together, with corner angle trim
Design for the top of the stairs
Metal tips on wood rafters
“Poutres” — laurence09
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
5 Reviews
Farmhouse, Shelter Island
Ideabooks8,623
Questions7
This vibrant vase full of sunflowers makes this room welcoming. Tip: When preparing your sunflowers, cut the stems at an angle, then run water over the cuts to jumpstart hydration. Sunflowers tend to be big drinkers,
the elevation of the fireplace wall and demonstrates how the window grid subtly repeats outside. The photographer kept the height of the camera low.Tip: Keep the styling simple and think about the placement of the styling elements. This shot looks clean and architectural but still inviting. An interior
“doors” — mayatheebee
Vosgesparis
Studio
Ideabooks17,463
Questions8
and white, and often includes creative vignettes of posters and photography. Picture ledges are the perfect starting point for a gallery-style wall.Tip: Install your picture ledges to one side of a wall when you'd like to visually divide the space.”
and white, and often includes creative vignettes of posters and photography. Picture ledges are the perfect starting point for a gallery-style wall.Tip: Install your picture ledges to one side of a wall when you'd like to visually divide the space.
“اوفيس” — Mohammed Al-Amoudi
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
Ideabooks17,753
Questions6
We found it at an architectural salvage store. We added custom copper panels to match on top and bottom so it would look like the whole wall was made of copper.
counter top for bathroom put something like this on top and bottom
Like mirror and 'countertop' could have rectangular window above mirror's rounded top
I'm interested by the 'port hole' design. It reminds me of the top of a very ornate church window. The patina is gorgeous
Tip: When designing for a large, open space, consider scale and history. A copper window from a building facade now serves as a unique, patinated mirror
“salvaged copper piece from building re-purposed as bathroom wall & mirror” — colmooney
Phillips Garden
Minnehaha Parkway
Ideabooks3,181
Questions5
metal wall to coordinate with copper details on house, plants on top!
Beautiful use of steel, nicely curved top.
http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/358346/list/Interesting-Industrial-Materials--Cor-Ten-Steel” “steel used for seat/ retaining wall” “steel planter wide top edge I like” “Corten Steel...becomes this color after a few years of weathering...becomes stronger with age.” “metal cladding for retaining wall..”
“steel retaining wall with fence” — bigassoryx
Reiko Feng Shui Design
2 Reviews
Reiko Feng Shui Interior Design
Ideabooks8,978
Questions10
where is the table from? is it slab top or butcher block?
the oldest tips in the book, but it's still worth repeating because it works. The most common mistake is using area rugs that are too small for the space. Ideally, choose rugs large enough that all of the furniture in the arrangement fits on top of it; you can always layer a smaller rug on top to add color
“logs and crystal” — carmiesmith
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
The Neoteric Classic
Ideabooks5,091
Questions7
the pendants are part of an eclectic dining mix that includes a funky rustic farm table and Emeco Navy Chairs. The tips of the cones point up to the apex of the cathedral ceiling. Tip: To accomplish a collected look like this, let one piece be the star. Here, the table stands out in the color and texture
“sillas” — pmarinoni
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Lounge
Ideabooks2,807
Questions4
surroundings of the brick and beam building,” Hay explains. This oversize, tufted sectional with traditional lines was custom designed to fit the bill. Tip: When commissioning a custom piece, Hay recommends hiring a professional interior designer to walk you through the process. “They can assist you with
surroundings of the brick and beam building,” Hay explains. This oversize, tufted sectional with traditional lines was custom designed to fit the bill. Tip: When commissioning a custom piece, Hay recommends hiring a professional interior designer to walk you through the process. “They can assist you with
“Love the brick walls and the lights” — Briana Feole DaVinci Cabinets & Design
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