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BAAN design
Martin residence
Ideabooks12,789
Questions13
and purchase the room divider screen.
Is that a mesh spark guard? Or possibly heat resistant glass screen across fire?
glass screen fire inclosure/ where to obtain?
Love the airy wood slat screen. What does it look like from the back?
not leave it out. This beautiful built-in screen helps delineate the boundary between the living room and the dining room in a very open floor plan. It also adds wood, vertical lines, and a bit of Japanese-inspired style to the space.
This light screening works like oversized matchstick blinds, creating
“rolling glass door that pockets behing steel / blackened steel” — Kathy Caldwell
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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Living Room: Bunny Williams Inc., Brian J. McCarthy Inc., David Kleinberg Design
Ideabooks1,463
Questions3
Black screen, spiny plant, the awesome checked chair
Like the screen...Sticks by screen...folding screen
“Chaise lounge” — interiorboxers
Gramophone
11 Reviews
Simple Luxury
Ideabooks7,537
Questions10
Can you tell me the dimensions of this room. the reason I ask is that the room I thinking of making my theater room is 12x25 with a 120" screen?
My new house only has a 16 deep x 14 wide room and I am wondering what is the maximum screen size I should consider.
Same question dareng.. My new home media dimensions are 11*19.. Need some ideas for seating arrangement & screen type & size.tv or projector??
A 120" screen doesn't give you much room on either side. Can you stretch the room to 14' or 15?'
the screen, rather than fanning seats out to the sides.
built-ins at bottom of the screen
curtain around screen to cover up wall
What's the best seating arrangement for my home theater?Place as many seats as you can looking straight at the screen, rather than fanning seats out to the sides.
“Screen” — saghanta
Patricia Benson
Berkeley
Ideabooks2,676
Questions4
Where did you get the fireplace screen?
Ironhaus.com makes fireplace screens just like this one.
This screen was purchased 5 years ago, and is no longer available. A shame as the design is so clean and simple. If I see something similar, I'll leave
fireplace screen. ironhaus.com makes similar
Clean lines fireplace screen and accessories
Fireplace screen that bows forward with
“Fireplace” — jjabbs
Greg Logsdon
Senna Hills
Ideabooks3,133
Questions7
Very pretty! Where did you purchase the screen behind the chair?
Where is the iron screen from?
Love the screen behind chair
Screen and chair a ottoman
screen in the back giraffes
Screen positioned behind chair.
chair, screen, giraffes
folding screen...Metal screen...Corner screen.
“Africa inspired” — Leanna Terrell
Carl Vernlund
1 Review
Woodland Point Great Room
Ideabooks2,458
Questions1
Possibilities for living area to outside deck...screen doors etc.
screen door - pine tree insert
screen door for french door
love the screen door
Screen door to outdoor living
door with screen door
Screen doors...great screen doors...screen door
“Fenêtre du haut mais sans la classique triangulaire” — robertlanthier
Melanie Coddington
4 Reviews
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks1,751
Questions9
This contemporary living room features a Troscan Hyde wing chair, Matthews and Parker coffee table in an antique silver finish, fire screen and contemporary art by John DiPaolo. Photo: Matthew Millman
Where did you get that lovely fireplace screen?
Hello, lovely room! Where did you find the fire screen. Is it custom?
Where can I find a fireplace screen like this one!
The fireplace screen is from Matthews and Parker. Thanks!
Hi Tracy, the fireplace screen is by Matthews and Parker.
fireplace screen -- glass iron combo.
“LIKE THE PICTURE” — M A Le Bel
Design A
Tea Room
Ideabooks7,216
Questions1
designed and built using traditional Japanese joinery and materials. Some of the Japanese elements include: bamboo ceiling panels, Yukimi shoji screens (screens with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique texture. Millwork
Yukimi shoji screens. I think that is a style of shoji screen. These are not as large as most shoji door
Arch in wood, radical change for rear glass wall, seen and not seen of screen
Warmth of the wood, softness of the soji screen.
“Floor,” — sjotis
Solar screens vs Tinted windows
We just got new house and wondering should we get the windows tinted or solar screens to protect them against the heat since we live in Vegas and it's...
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