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Bright Eclectic Living Room
Ideabooks2,441
Questions3
mixing patterns-Vary the scale and style. Many designers suggest mixing at least three patterns in a space when going for a layered, eclectic look.
Vary the scale and style. Many designers suggest mixing at least three patterns in a space when going for a layered, eclectic look. This keeps the concept looking like an intentional design choice and not a mistake. Remember to select patterns in a wide variety of scales (think small, medium, large)
“Wine bottles under stairs” — lindsayheidenreich
Urban Jobe Architecture
Family Room
Ideabooks5,668
Questions8
Urban Jobe Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo 10. Learn all about lamps. Consider scale. A giant floor lamp over a small occasional chair wouldn't work well. However, a larger midcentury ceramic lamp base with a modern drum shade would
10. Learn all about lamps.Consider scale. A giant floor lamp over a small occasional chair wouldn't work well. However, a larger midcentury ceramic lamp base with a modern drum shade would be awesome next to a big love seat or a sectional. The same goes for tiny table lamps. If your seating is large
10. Learn all about lampsConsider scale. A giant floor lamp over a small occasional chair wouldn’t work well. However, a larger mid-century ceramic lamp base with a modern drum shade would
“Small desk” — stridalin
Erdreich Architecture, P.C.
contemporary living room
Ideabooks2,455
Questions7
Keep scale in check - wing chair not covered entirely in bold print
5. Keep scale in check. This large-scale wing chair would have overpowered the space were it covered entirely in a bold print. Upholstering just the back and the seat helps it
“love the chair” — tpickrel
Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
Ideabooks51,063
Questions39
Scale it right. Correct scale is essential. This is not the time to pick a small lighting fixture, unless you're going to install multiples of it. This delicate piece
Stone on small scale
“Transitional” — May Nguyen
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
Ideabooks17,711
Questions13
So masculine. Love the scale of the fireplace
and makes the fireplace a dominant element.The spaces surrounding it pinwheel about this massive, dynamic composition. What better way to match the scale of the landscape beyond? The series of interlocking L-shapes comprising the fireplace follows the concept of oversizing to its logical conclusion: The
chimney allows views through the firebox to the outdoors.When to use: To command attention and highlight a special object or material, or to match the scale of a large space.
“Floor” — skiver7
Industrial Living Room
Ideabooks9,677
Questions2
Like the criss-coss iron work, which would be used on a smalled scale as columns that break up the bistro-like glass shelving I envision for the backbar.
Pivoting Panels, Doors and WallsThese massive oversize panels match the scale of the view beyond. Eight feet wide and 16 feet tall, they are opened via a geared, motorized mechanism, similar to an overhead door operator. The mass and scale of these panels are interesting counterpoints to the openness of the
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Terris Lightfoot Contracting Ltd.
3 Reviews
Park Penthouse
Ideabooks13
Questions0
large scale contemporary art
“Rug” — stevensch18
wUNDERground
1 Review
Duane Street Duplex
Ideabooks68
Questions0
large scale art
“it has its own artistic sense” — ricatoot
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