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Christian Grevstad Inc.
Island Estate
Ideabooks5,707
Questions1
Home Theater
home theater colors, platform
home theatre...Home theater...home cinema...Home theatre 1
“Tiers” — linkster95
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Yellowstone Club Summit Residence
Ideabooks8,647
Questions3
They were purchased by the home owner after completion of the home, therefore I do not have the specifics.
That's a great home theatre
Home Theater...Home Theater...Home cinéma...home movie theater...home theatre
“Love the bean bags for kids” — roscop
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bridger Canyon Residence
Ideabooks7,557
Questions5
I'm looking to build my 'retirement' home in the Columbia, SC area. Any ideas? Land, builders, ??
I only want a home theater if it can look like this
Amazing! Candy bar and train on rails! Home theatre room
Home theater complete with mine cart
in home movie theater!
medieval style home theater
New home...Home theater...Home theatre
“Everything” — kitchenqueen101
Jennifer Bevan Interiors
Portfolio
Ideabooks12,264
Questions7
Would be amazing if could do this at home!
Home theaters require soundproofing. "This is accomplished through the use of specialized, noise-rated components for walls, floors, ceilings and windows," says San Francisco architect David Seidel. He also explains that many people confuse soundproofing and acoustics. "Soundproofing really only refers
nothing inherently 'acoustic' about that. For rooms where homeowners want to have a pleasant acoustic experience — living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms or home offices — a lot can be accomplished through the strategic placement of rugs, drapes and plush furniture."
“Theater room” — Jorge Avalos
Fougeron Architecture FAIA
6 Reviews
Fall House
Ideabooks983
Questions3
The living room is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending
The living room is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending at the master bedroom. The idea was to have the living room covered in natural
The living room is the home’s highest point. The front door opens to a landing that leads down a few stairs; the home continues to cascade after that to the kitchen and down a flight of stairs to the den/library before ending
“Sweet” — ogbomma
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Beyond Mid-Century by Heather Garrett Design
Ideabooks350
Questions2
While this home has a distinctively modern style with a nod toward its mid-century roots, the hardworking homeowners wanted it to have the feel of a high-end hotel experience.
Hi Joanna, The candlesticks are made by Lazy Susan - http://www.lazysusanusa.com/decorative-accessories/candleholders/white-aluminum-pillar-holder.html
“TV over sideboard” — Sarah Alexandra
Cecilia Staniec
1 Review
Soape Family Room
Ideabooks506
Questions3
is SO big...you could put this much and it is NOT going to look crowded. Sometimes, when you decorate like this, it lends a more "comfy" feel to a home.
fireplace accessories
“Don't be afraid to put a lot. That room is SO big...you could put this much and it is NOT going to” — Holly Gooch
Pamela Hope Designs
7 Reviews
Contemporary Urban Living Room
Ideabooks89
Questions2
for asking! I bought the art at Elizabeth Cole a trade showroom in Houston, Texas. They have a great selection of mid-level furniture, art and accessories. I took this client and we furnished her whole house there in one morning. Check them out at http://www.elizabethcoledesign.com/ and call me if
builder and since it was new construction, we did not change them. I can check to find out the color and paint manufacturer. We will return to this home in a few weeks to install sheer draperies on these windows and we will find it for you then. Thank you! Pamela
Accessory and furniture Colors Patterns Textures Style
“Top plafond” — mahunjuwi
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