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Kaplan Thompson Architects
4 Reviews
Earthship Farmstead
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The clients gravitated strongly toward natural, organic and creative finishes, Thompson notes. Glue-laminated beams in the open kitchen and living room areas provide rhythm to contrast the clay-based white paint by American Clay on the walls and ceiling. The freestanding stove
organic and creative finishes, Glue-laminated beams in the open kitchen and living room areas provide rhythm to contrast the clay-based white paint by American Clay on the walls and ceiling. The freestanding stove is wood burning. Floors : white oak.
The clients gravitated strongly toward natural, organic and creative finishes, Thompson notes. Glue-laminated beams in the open kitchen and living room areas provide rhythm to contrast the clay-based white paint by American Clay on the walls and ceiling. The freestanding stove is wood burning.Floors:
“open space-maybe too open” — trinamiles
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR
7 Reviews
H45 Loft
Ideabooks8,913
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kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern make the perfect foil for this largely neutral space.
Who would think you could simply hang a long piece of fabric from a rod and create this kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern
Who would think you could simply hang a long piece of fabric from a rod and create this kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern make the perfect foil for this largely neutral space.
Who would think you could simply hang a long piece of fabric from a rod and create this kind of impact? The strong color and soft pattern make the perfect foil for this largely neutral space.Fabric: Forsa
“Awesome” — kroste2014
betsy burnham
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks6,582
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sophisticated elegance. “You need a few elements like this to warm a space up,” says Burnham. The traditional lines of the fireplace are balanced with the strongly geometric fire screen and thick-framed mirror. “He wanted a contemporary look, but he didn’t want it to feel cold,” Burnham says, noting that the
this room, perhaps because of the beautiful symmetry created by the ceiling beams and drapery panels. But looking closer, the traditional mantel is in strong contrast to a contemporary coffee table, while the chairs flanking the fireplace feature traditional tufting on one and paired down modern lines on
2. Use strong lines to draw the eye. In a room that mixes straight and curved lines, crisp diagonals draw the eye to the fireplace focal point. The screen is also
“More brown and gray color combos. I like the orange accents.” — Amy Harman
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Remodel- Sunroom Conversion
Ideabooks6,375
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from johncharles designs. They were purchased by American leather. It is called the lux and in CA Iron horse carries them!
The sofa is from "American Leather" company.
American Leather is based in Dallas, and I believe this is their Luxe Sofa http://www.americanleather.com/Sofas/Luxe.aspx. They may be able to point you to
American Leather: The Luxe Sofa 110 inches long
Strong. To pull off a yellow sofa, you need a room with enough moxie to stand up to the impact. This graphic scheme rises to the challenge admirably.
“I like this sofa” — sheilaberger
Anthony Baratta LLC
COLORFUL
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attention to scale and proportion. In this living area, the strong zones of color help to buoy and balance one another: red wall, yellow chaise, orange sofa, blue and green rug. Take away any of these elements and
Style Secret: An Artful BalanceOne secret to combining a lot of strong colors in a space: Pay attention to scale and proportion. In this living area, the strong zones of color help to buoy and balance one another: red wall, yellow chaise, orange sofa, blue and green rug. Take away any of these elements
are colors that often run strongly through the Italian palette. These colors were also adopted by the Memphis Group — a group of Milan-based designers with a postmodernist aesthetic led by Ettore Sottsass in the 1980s. They mixed wood and metal, Perspex and vinyl, and strong colors — turquoise, red and
“Boys room. Different colour.” — carolynnslater
Perceptions Interiors by J. Allen
6 Reviews
Modern Elegance: Living Room
Ideabooks852
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These sofas are called Luxe by American Leather Furniture. They are amazing, available with or without the button tuft with tons of fabric & leather options. Good luck!
These are the Luxe sofas made by American Leather Furniture. Good Luck!
The beautiful Luxe sofa from American Leather.
LOVE THE SOFA. American leather furniture!!! LUXE (style)
Luxe american leather couch and art Left bank art
This sofa is called Luxe by American Leather
Couch - Luxe by American Leather
These sofas are called Luxe by American Leather Furniture. They are amazing, available with or without the button tuft with tons of fabric
“wall panels for central hallway” — justinebradley
Phoenix Renovations
8 Reviews
Arlington Living Room
Ideabooks454
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The floors are Red Oak hardwood and the stain is Minwax Early American. You can see all the Minwax colors here: http://www.minwax.com/wood-products/stains-color-guide/?gclid=CJ209fO2ibYCFSunPAodgXQAlA
early american stain floors and light green walls
Early American floors.
early american- minwax
minwax early american
Red oak with early American
color - early american
Early American
“ancient Marble paint” — fraserjones1
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
Woodsy appeal
Ideabooks276
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Thank you for your inquiry, this is an American Art Deco (1920's) Walnut table, we sourced it from a prop house auction.
How to Save on Art DecoBuy American pieces. Within art deco, there is a split between American and European schools. European pieces are uber-high-quality craftsmanship and constructed of fine materials; American-style pieces are more from the machine age. The latter have less art and less deco, explains
Loughrey, director of Los Angeles Modern Auctions. For this reason he prefers to call American pieces of this period American moderne.The artistry in European pieces makes them highly collectible and expensive. American work comes cheaper. Let's define "cheaper," though: Instead of paying $24,000 for a
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