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McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Slatcher Residence
Ideabooks116
Questions0
Green walls behind book cases
Desk & book cases
“Office room” — aaguiar01
DLH Inc
1 Review
Queen Anne Mid Century Modern
Ideabooks132
Questions0
book case wall
“Montana” — Vicki Ittel
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Living Room - Small Bungalow
Ideabooks7,828
Questions8
clean-lined sofa sports a bright yellow needlepoint pillow, while vintage amber glass lamps flank it. A glass-topped coffee table, large basket holding books and magazines and a vintage framed watercolor round out the scene.
I would like a cool way to display a few magazines and books. Maybe near the fireplace. This simple basket is clever. It could especially tie in with the artwork in my space.
“Color” — minermom
Above Construction
3 Reviews
Hicks
Ideabooks219
Questions0
Library/book Room
“TV area” — pristanton
ANNA CARIN Design
Mill Hill Terrace
Ideabooks2,617
Questions3
I really like the balance of the heavy sculpture, books on the other end to balance and modest crystal bowl. (skip the lamp)
book shelf
“gallery wall using shelves” — annette4431
Nicole Crowder Photography
1 Review
Found Treasures in Teeny and Aaron's DC Apartment
Ideabooks2,232
Questions1
for a cool coffee tablePallets are pretty much ready-made coffee tables. Screw in four casters and – bingo – a low, manoeuvrable table with slots for books and magazines. Here, the base has been painted lime green to give it a contemporary feel.
Books and radiator combined storage
“rafturile de sub fereastra” — Emilia Magdalena
Ryan
1958 Mid Century Modern Living Room Remodel
Ideabooks2,916
Questions7
Maybe break up the Great Room from the dinning area with a book shelf or buy the rotating stone dividers we saw.
book shelf as divider
“Gray walls” — blorellb
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks3,746
Questions4
the place of table lamps, drawing the eyes up. An Eames chair makes a stylish replacement for a bedside table, as its mold has more depth for stacked books, the day's clothing and other loose objects.
place of table lamps, drawing the eyes up. An Eames chair makes a stylish replacement for a bedside table, as its mould has more depth for stacked books, the day’s clothing and other loose objects.
“colors” — jloharris
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