7,388 collectible Modern Home Design Photos

Benedict August
2 Reviews
Orange County Man Cave
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G.I. Joe Collection displayed in a man cave. Dan Benedict
WOW, Really nice post! there are different collections available and they are placed in different slots in the post! i like these collectibles. thanks for posting. http://www.high5store.com/collectibles
for the toy collection display shelves
Accessories ,nice idea to display your collection
impressive G. I. Joe collection in his man cave.
Honor a favorite collection with built-ins or a special display case. It doesn’t matter if you collect Fabergé eggs
“display y” — juliealicki
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks2,988
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room now becomes the heart of the home, with glimpses into the collection a constant presence from every space. A partially translucent glass wall (derived from the genetic code of a Harbor Seal) and shelving system protects the collection and divides the owner’s study from the adjacent family room.
aside a space where your collection can be properly displayed and enjoyed, like the one shown here. Collect until the space is comfortably filled. Then stop or maintain a zero-growth collection policy: one item in, one item out.
COLLECT IN 1 PLACE BUT DO NOT HOARD
8. Hoarding. Know your limits. Collecting can easily cross over into hoarding. Don’t let that happen to you. How to break this habit? Set aside a space where your collection can be properly displayed and enjoyed, like the one shown here. Collect until the space
“Nico´s room” — lauriejc
Cat Anderson Design
1 Review
Collection
Ideabooks699
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The client's large antique radio collection is prominently displayed in this living area. Mid-Century Modern furniture pieces accent the room.
It matches our sconces. Love the radio collection.
The carpet is from Mohawk's SmartStrand Collection. www.mohawkflooring.com
Awed by the collection! Great display!
Tellement original j'en commencerais une collection !
wouldn't want to collect --but fun to see.
A collection, arranged artfully. Something
When in comes to large collections, keeping things uncluttered is all in the composition. This room displays a slew of vintage radios in an interesting yet orderly way. The streamlined shelves and spacing keep it from looking like a hodgepodge.
Radios. This homeowner has a passion for collecting antique radios, and the thoughtful arrangement of them on these shelves makes this room interesting, unique and personal.
“Vintage radios” — mmartin84
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Ideabooks5,569
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ART TOUR — April 18, 2012Private Collections: The Spring Art TourSan FranciscoPeek inside the home and private art collection of one of seven San Francisco residences on the 12th annual Private Collections tour. (You get to choose which of the seven to visit.) Collections range from global contemporary
Enterprise for High School Students, which helps provide job placement and skills development for young people in San Francisco. Choose from seven collections and email ngots@ehss.org with your choice. Buy tickets here.
“Brick walls, windows, beams, floors” — Mary Caroline
gosto design & lifestyle
Eemnes home
Ideabooks907
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Temporary gallery. Use low-tack painter’s tape to frame a collection of prints and drawings on a staircase.
Temporary gallery. Use low-tack painter’s tape to frame a collection of prints and drawings on a staircase. Why it works: This
to frame a collection of prints and drawings on a staircase.
Temporary gallery. Use low-tack painter’s tape to frame a collection of prints and
Temporary gallery. Use low-tack painter’s tape to frame a collection of prints and drawings on a staircase. Why it works: This ad hoc installation can be changed on a whim without too much effort. Art can be “reframed”
Temporary gallery. Use low-tack painter’s tape to frame a collection of prints and drawings on a staircase. Why it works: This ad hoc installation can be changed on a whim without too much effort. Art can be “reframed”
“blue linoleum” — 32nd
Zero Waste Home
My Zero Waste Home
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She points out that the more furniture and collectibles a home has, the more surfaces there are to clean.
I like what she says......Create fewer surfaces for junk! Aahaa!! Get rid of some of the furniture and collectibles that way there is less to collect dust and less to clean
surfaces for junk. Johnson reduced the amount of furniture in her house and minimized horizontal surfaces that collected dust and junk. Then she rid the pieces that remained of collectables and decorative pieces that required dusting. “People always say my house looks so clean, but it is not because
surfaces for junk. Johnson reduced the amount of furniture in her house and minimized horizontal surfaces that collected dust and junk. Then she rid the pieces that remained of collectables and decorative pieces that required dusting. “People always say my house looks so clean, but it is not because
“clean...” — shecar777
modern house architects
4 Reviews
South Bay Residence
Ideabooks3,510
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choice of art and sculpture in this room, but is was already in the clients' collection," says Curt Cline of Modern House Architects. "We did, however, design flexible spaces in which their ever-growing and changing collection of Asian and African art and sculpture could have an appropriate amount of breathing
semi-outdoor. A third glazed side of the large room faces a small terrace and an outdoor fireplace. What is clear in this space more than others collected here is the structure needed for this volume: both the round columns on the left and the concrete shear walls on the right.
“doors” — sharonjesy
Creative Garden Spaces
5 Reviews
Austin Residence
Ideabooks5,957
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this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
Rediscover simplicity. Sometimes the devil is in the details and less is more. If your garden collection is frantically driving you instead of bringing you peaceful enjoyment,
full of disparate furniture together, a ground cover can weave cohesiveness into a disparate collection of plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
full of disparate furniture together, a ground cover can weave cohesiveness into a disparate collection of plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
“Walkway” — pmerges
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