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Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
4 Reviews
Living Areas
about replicating specific architectural elements,” Mark says. “It’s about setting a mood, creating a space with a certain charisma. Sometimes in design, when you’re really inspired by a mood, you just know it when you see it. That’s why you can never stop looking.” He recalls a recent Platinum Series
look like separate pieces of furniture.
Beams added to ceiling, contrast of glitzy and rustic, brightly painted furniture, blue rug! I like it all! And
“lamps blue couch” — CMT, P.A.
RLH Studio
2 Reviews
Hearth Room
m:blue green color scheme against light backgrounds S: LOVE the colors
sofa and color of furniture!
Rhine river, IsobellaS room?
blue. It brings the outside in, so even on those dark evenings, you'll feel as if you’re experiencing a sunny summer day in the yard. Grass-green furniture completes the look.
“sofa and color of furniture!” — delsorenson
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Again the idea....the look of the furniture is not my style
Lauren's safari look has always had all the presence of heirloom furniture while blending unerring style seamlessly into the most contemporary of lifestyles. Tip: Purchase one animal skin accent to achieve your timeless safari look.
Let’s kick this off with a bang. Simply because you already have sisal
print upholstery and a wooden element doesn’t mean you can’t amplify the textural appeal with grasscloth wallpaper. The beauty of grasscloth is that it’s understated, so the look feels balanced, not overwhelming.
“Zebra bench” — lanilumps
Turner Pocock
A colourful London home
Repeat after me…If you have a collection of the same item, it’s a great idea to spread the objects between rooms rather than grouping them all in one place. This repetition really ties the different areas together. The framed butterflies in this London home look great as a wall collage, but did you notice
your own built-in storage. It works just as well and can give a more interesting aesthetic. Scour eBay and you might bag yourself a bargain, too. It’s worth keeping a note of your measurements on your phone, so you have them to hand if you stumble upon an item you suspect could be the perfect piece for
“Small spaces” — Suthish Nair
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
attachment point on the wall and not the cabinets below it. Bad: needs space between the surrounding furniture and the wall to allow for the table to to swing.
La porte d’entrée s’ouvre sur un espace de vie et de travail. Malissa, qui travaille dans la conception graphique 3D, a dessiné les plans de la maison elle-même. « Quand
creative freedom,’ says Chris. The Tacks did everything they could to cut down on power use and save space. All of the lights use LED bulbs. Malissa’s computer monitor doubles as a television, cutting down on accessories, power and unnecessary space. Her desk folds down when not in use.
“tv-hoek / bureau” — ambetanterikken
Niche Interiors
24 Reviews
Niche Interiors: San Francisco Interior Design Services
just as fantastic in the '70s as it does today. Navy, the other neutral, makes it livable and adaptable to your ever-evolving decor tastes.
Lovers of mid-century modern style can rejoice in this color combination that feels natural among sculptural Danish wood furniture. The stylized white ceramics
Some reproductions look as good as the real thing and are made just as well. Take this coffee table, for example. Can you tell it's not from the 1950s?
“teak coffee table” — jderoulhac
5 Reviews
Vanguard Furniture offers these tufted ottomans by Michael Weiss
for random room idea for furniture placement
Reach for the skyIn a compact space, it’s important to use the full height of the room, but ceiling-high shelves can be inaccessible to all but the super tall. This attached ladder is a smart
symmetry in a room (not to mention avoiding arguments about sharing). These buttoned-velvet beauties create a classic look and the generous size means there’s room for a couple of kids to squeeze on each one when they’re watching TV.
“Lighting center” — mikesuekullman
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Dovercourt Home
because it reminds me earthquake. After the earthquake all houses and all furnitures layed down like this in Turkey in 1999.these book shelves are very interesting but not for me.
That bookshelf can be made with 2x6s and black paint. Notch out the more vertical boards so the more horizontal
Bookcase meets art installation in this clever arrangement of slanted shelves. Anyone sitting underneath it might feel ever so slightly apprehensive, but it’s an undeniably striking feature – and a guaranteed talking point.
“Couch and bookshelf” — Jerry James
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