381 hidden ironing board Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Are the rails iron or painted wood?
Or maybe not. Maybe the floor boards can be the same as the door even in rooms with
spindles- iron or wood?
spindles vs iron spindles
scale of iron spindles
iron spindles...iron detail...Brown base boards...base boards...iron and wood...simple iron railing...iron railing
“Iron and plaster wall base” — J D Allen-Young, Architect
Jill Asher
Carmel, California
Plaster and wrought iron - wow
this with dark window pain and light walls....wood / iron and ceiling treatment
Wrought iron railing
wroght iron staircase
wrought iron pattern
wrought iron railing
Wrought iron...Fancy iron rail...Ceiling, boards....Wrought iron stairs...iron wrk...Stairs Iron & wood...Iron railngs...iron scrollwork...iron work
“staircase grill” — faridah76
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Belardi Residence
Main entrance = slightly raised hidden courtyard area prior to reaching the front door. I would like an arched, solid wood rustic
use mini iron gate for dog door - love this shape
wrought iron door design
Iron gates...Wroght iron arch...iron gate...Pretty iron door...Iron work...wrought iron gate...decorative iron
“Gate” — Damian Marin
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
you! A door as wonderful as this has endless possibilities. Stand it against a large wall, instead of a painting or mirror. In an entry with a wrought iron shelf attached and add coat and/or hat hooks, maybe a mirror if possible. On a covered back patio as a design element. Use it as a headboard...let your
black wrought iron spindles -- would need black accents
1. Decorative wrought iron. One prominent feature is the use of wrought iron throughout the home. This grand foyer accommodates a Spanish-style chandelier, wall sconces and stair railing.
“Front door” — kaifes
Siddons Design Team, Decorating Den Interiors
4 Reviews
Siddons Design Team
2011 Dream Room Winner On the windows we used cornice boards covered in a damask patterned fabric and attached honey-colored silk drapery panels inspired by grand European pillars. These treatments were ideal for framing the picturesque outside view. We selected a luxurious, golden-colored sofa with
how are the cornice boards holding the panels. Is there a built in rod? What size cornices should I use for a 6" wide space in between 3 54" casement windows
Hi how wid are the cornice boards and how wide is the pleated drapery panels?
Panels are stapled to the cornice board, no built in rod. Cornices were notched to accommodate the window casing and overhang the 6" space between the windows. The dimensions of the cornices are 15 x 15 (outers)
“window treatments” — lrseleven
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Patio layout showcasing our unique stone elements in architectural settings.
Rear rod iron fence with hillside
trellis, would look good above iron doors across back
decorative design for over the greatroom/pool windows also a nice combo of iron and stone for sundeck
iron arch on side of house, iron seat
garden ideas to left, also hanging iron for plants on house, lots of iron garden accents
trim love the iron brackets and trailing vine
“Windows with shutters, French doors and exterior lights” — gingac
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Iron and ceiling smoothed out corners
Wrought iron fixtures
hmmm...outlets in the base board
Stucco and wrot iron
wood, iron and TOO white
reaer iron chandelier
wrought iron railing
Base board...iron chain...Arch and iron
“All” — billieanncausey
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
Photography by David Phelps Photography. Hidden behind gates stands this 1935 Mediterranean home in the Hollywood Hills West. The multi-purpose grounds feature an outdoor loggia for entertaining, spa, pool and private terraced gardens with hillside city views. Completely modernized and renovated with
draperies on iron rods with rings
nspired fabric to hang on your wall. This simple project just requires a sewn pocket hem on the top side of the fabric to suspend it from a wrought iron curtain rod.
“Stair frame” — Vuthy Horng
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