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Glamorgan WayGabriele Pizzale Design Inc.
textiles and texture
New House - Wayne, PAPeter Zimmerman Architects
They look like reclaimed heart pine. We make these floors by milling antique beams that come from warehouses and textile mills that have been taken down. There is a lot of variation in the quality that comes from these beams so communication with your provider is key
RieHome & Harmony
Use: Towel bar Result: Adds a rustic touch to a bathroom, laundry room or kitchen. Dishtowels and flour sacks are the best type of textiles to use with a branch, as heavy terry-cloth towels will weigh it down.
Use: Towel barResult: Adds a rustic touch to a bathroom, laundry room or kitchen. Dishtowels and flour sacks are the best type of textiles to use with a branch, as heavy terry-cloth towels will weigh it down.
the unadorned laundry roomKelley & Company Home
CLOTHING SAVED Don’t limit yourself to by-the-yard goods or remnants. Textiles that have been made into clothing can be wonderful art as well. This uniform calls to me; I want to know the story behind it.
Don’t limit yourself to by-the-yard goods or remnants. Textiles that have been made into clothing can be wonderful art as well. This uniform calls to me; I want to know the story behind it.
Eagle, Idaho Custom HomeTradewinds General Contracting, Inc.
Perfect for a textile designer. I do not have the room for this, but I did have the presence of mind to add a utility sink and counter space in the garage for textile dyeing projects.
A complete full gut remodel of a 4,000 sq ft two-story penthouse residence, this project featured one of a kind views of the Boston public garden and Beacon Hill. A large central gallery flooded with gorgeous diffused light through two full stories of window glass. Clean linear millwork details compliment the structural glass, steel and walnut balustrades and handrailings that grace the upper gallery, reading nook, and stairs. A bleached walnut wet bar with backlit honey onyx backsplash and floating star fire...
Simple EleganceAdams + Beasley Associates
reveal a full bath when the house is full of guests. A blend of warm wood, soft whites, and a palate of golds reflected in the stone (calacatta/onyx) textiles and wall coverings, this project demonstrates the powerful results of a consistent design intention, thoughtful engineering, and best practice co
This hardworking mud/laundry room went from dingy to fresh. It is a great example of white NOT making a poorly lit, windowless room "light and airy" - it just made it gray, dingy and scuff-marked. The fresh hi-gloss walls recede yet bounce needed light around the room and draw your eye up to the new chrome light fixture, making the industrial-chic space feel extra tall and bright. DIY projects including a utility sink skirt made from a shower curtain, salvaged old window turned mirror/bulletin board and a...
Hi Gloss Laundry RoomYour Favorite Room By Cathy Zaeske
Laundry accessories & textiles