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172 tuscan column Kids Design Photos
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Big Sur Coast Ridge Estate
house were overlaid on a Tuscan farm-house ruin,” says decorator Craig Wright who created the interiors. The main residence was designed by renowned architect Mickey Muenning—the architect of Big Sur’s Post Ranch Inn, —who artfully combined the contemporary sensibility and the Tuscan vernacular, featuring
Breathtaking views of the incomparable Big Sur Coast, this classic Tuscan design of an Italian farmhouse, combined with a modern approach creates an ambiance of relaxed sophistication for this magnificent 95.73-acre, private coastal estate on California’s Coastal Ridge. Five-bedroom, 5.5-bath, 7,030
featuring vaulted ceilings, stained concrete floors, reclaimed Tuscan wood beams, antique Italian roof tiles and a stone tower. Beautifully designed for indoor/outdoor living; the grounds offer a plethora of comfortable and inviting places to lounge and enjoy the stunning views. No expense was spared in the
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Hudson River Duplex Kids Room to Hall View
The post is actually the existing structural column. One of the things we tried to do on this project was to design the rooms around the columns so that they would always be exposed. They're a beautiful element and didn't want to cover them.
treatment of support columns.
I like the wood columns
Rustic columns...Love the columns
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
Kate Jackson Design
Is recycled pine Tuscan (corner unit) feel?
Elizabeth Lindholm Interiors, Inc.
HGTV's Designers Challenge
Columns on plinths for media area
My Houzz: Custom Built Wheelchair Accessible Home In Clovelly Trails
Mirrors in the corner; lighted column
The lightning column
light column and corner mirrors
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Elk Ridge Lodge
take full advantage of the views that virtually surround this home. Upon entering the home you are encased by massive stone piers and angled cedar columns on either side that support an overhead rail bridge spanning the width of the great room, all framing the spectacular view to the Spanish Peaks Mountain
the windows and doors, and cannon ball newel post caps. Crossing the bridge offers a unique perspective of the Great Room with the massive cedar log columns, the truss work overhead bound by steel straps, and the large windows facing towards the Spanish Peaks. As you experience the spaces you will recognize
I would like to use natural tree trunks like these for some outdoor porch columns. Do you know of a business that sells them?