2,797 a wire fence Living Design Photos

Eclectic Living Room
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hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).” “That proportion assures that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).”
the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).
the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).
that the lamp won't look top or bottom heavy. You also want to make sure the shade doesn't expose any of the hardware underneath, such as the harp (the wire frame around the lightbulb).
“مابين الدرايش” — hmd5
Butler Armsden Architects
2 Reviews
A Wurster Revival
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Houzz Tour: Artistically Reimagining a San Francisco Wurster Photo 4 of 15 The sculpture acts like a fence separating the entry from the open living area. Although the rest of the home's original layout remains the same, Butler and his team gutted this floor
Craft #2 The sculpture acts like a fence separating the entry from the open living area. Although the rest of the home's original layout remains the same, Butler and his team gutted this floor
The sculpture acts like a fence separating the entry from the open living area. Although the rest of the home's original layout remains the same, Butler and his team gutted this floor to create a great room, a sitting area open to the courtyard. "The entire house has a complex indoor-outdoor relationship
“Patio door” — cindyblase
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
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What is going on outside? Is that a fence or a bridge or a combination
Are there pictures of the outside panel fence and can you explain how it is made and where to
It's a roof deck with a fence surrounding it. You can see more images of the deck here: http://www.houzz.com/projects/559/Pacific-Heights-Townhouse
“very wide baseboards” — anne609
Luci.D Interiors
Harriet Goodall
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fence around stove
Fence for fire place
lampshade, wire art, coffee table
“Pendant lampshade by Harriet H” — Josephine Bennett
BarberShop Architecture
Barber Residence
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This idea for the fencing outside. Love that it ties in the copper and the white of the house and the wood of the other fences.
Wire stair rail
“Bar under stairs” — jjhunt74
Robert Hawkins
Steamboat Springs Residences
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Sitting area and fence
railing wire and steel
Wire railing
“Balcón lateral” — kbwyfcf
red: modern lines . vintage finds
4 Reviews
red interiors
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tomato cages wrapped in chicken wire
Using old wire baskets, fishing nets and baskets
lights -fishing net : Pick up a lighting kit at the hardware store and use wire to create a form to attach your fishing net to. Just be sure to keep the frame well away from the bulb for safety.
talented pro, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try your own spin on the look if you’re feeling crafty. Pick up a lighting kit at the hardware store and use wire to create a form to attach your fishing net to. Just be sure to keep the frame well away from the bulb for safety
talented pro, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try your own spin on the look if you’re feeling crafty. Pick up a lighting kit at the hardware store and use wire to create a form to attach your fishing net to. Just be sure to keep the frame well away from the bulb for safety.
“Wood” — Carla Hinojosa
Elizabeth Reich
22 Reviews
Family Room
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How hard it is it to mount the tv on the stone? Where is the wiring?
fastened into the stone. Then opening in the backplate should expose the wiring. Now the TV is mounted to the backplate and adjusted to be parallel to the stone. A casement that attaches to the backplate will conceal the wiring completely and make the TV look like a piece of purposeful furniture. The
company to see about having them help you hide the wires. There is also a remote eye that can take the place of large equipment so that you can hide it in another location. Not sure what your condition is exactly, but you could try hiding some wiring in a mantle creatively. For example, if you had a
I agree with Elizabeth about getting an av specialist to penetrate the stone and run a wire chase to remote location to house the dvd player, amplifier, etc. This is a must and typically not that difficult. Mounting the TV to the stone is another
“The stone and design” — rdjohnson77
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