1,321 whats happening Industrial Home Design Photos

Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
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St Clarens renovation
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love the floors! can you tell me what kind of wood flooring was used?
Love the lighting! What's it called & how can I find it? Cost effectv?
If you have more photos of entryway (from different angles), I'd love to see them. I'm trying to design a mudroom and I love what you have done!
do so within certain tolerances, these minimums and tolerances may not be what you actually need. Who wants to live in a house where the floors are so bouncy that you feel like you’re walking on a trampoline? And what happens when you decide to move a water bed into the bedroom next to that stack of
… or this sleek and modern kitchen and staircase. As you’re pondering these questions, you might think, “I’m not really sure what colors and styles I love and hate. Is there a way to figure that out?” One way that I’ve found very helpful with most folks is the “make two piles”
“ceiling?” — ymesiya
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
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What is the colorful material for the island? Is it backlit? Where can I buy this? It is fabulous!
Something one of my ex superior's would say, " What happened? Did you run out of money?" (Referencing the light fixture) Lol
Instead of crown moulding with lights hidden behind, what about this?
“Jordan likes blue as canvas” — andrewwlowe
Andrew Flesher Interiors
Traditional Style Meets Modern Loft
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What are the dimensions? I'm not sure if it will fit
Hello, what dimensions are you looking for?
contrast provides a sleek look that is made warmer by the wooden piece. "I do think that all design, and all new design, is really an evolution of what’s happened in the past," Flesher has said, which is one of the reasons he showcases all his antiques in this glass cube of a space.
contrast provides a sleek look that is made warmer by the wooden piece. "I do think that all design, and all new design, is really an evolution of what’s happened in the past," Flesher has said, which is one of the reasons he showcases all his antiques in this glass cube of a space.
“Old and new!” — susangunn09
Alexander Michael & Assoc
Home in an ICBM Missile Silo
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Plus, he’s got a bank of monitors on the wall that show what’s happening on the surface. “This is quite important, especially when you lose sense of time quite easily because you don’t have the usual markers like natural light, the sun or moon,” he says. “I’ve got 20 clocks down there, too.”At the bottom
“entry around elevator” — rhondaredden
Industrial Kitchen
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note the lighting.....all surface mounted, which is what shold happen
“Exhaust duct” — Laurie Bevan
Krannitz Gehl Architects
Climbing Wall in action at Stair Tower
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the homeowner, the architects at Krannitz Gehl and Entre Prises Climbing Walls (which makes the walls for REI and big climbing clubs). This is what happens when people have too much money.
This is what I want!
“climbing” — Mohammad AbuSalma
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
My Houzz: International Meets Industrial in a Brooklyn Loft
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because they are so heavy. They have ¼-inch-thick steel tops and are perfect for designing, since they are so sturdy, durable and flat. I do wonder what will happen if I ever move, though. I don’t know how I would ever take them out."Pendant light: architectural salvage
“Industrial office space with amazing light.” — Creative Style Interior Design
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
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fabulous. What is the source?
is the brick on the fireplace painted and if so, what color?
am trying to decide what to paint my red brick fireplace in a modern makeover. Thank you
What type of flooring is used?
Wow, amazing project! What paint color
What it the flooring material? Terrazzo?
what is the surface on the fireplace? brand and color?
this is fabulous. Let me know what you think about this art design. ... thank you! Valerie valerie@lamgworldwide.com
Awesome design! What type of stone is that in the
What are the dimensions of the fireplace and surround.
what is the item on the wall on the left side of this picture? It is very interesting.
of the courtyard, is a simple, open space split into two zones by a large stone fireplace. Even though the space is simple, there are some things happening that are very smart: Clerestory windows face the alley on the west, bringing in light while maintaining privacy, and the ceiling along the walkway
“Partition in living room” — sunil_sk_kumar
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