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Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
Earthy and Elegant Dining Room
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that flow throughout the home. The rock, rough wood, and metal finishes all add amazing textures to this space. A monochromatic contemporary rug, custom drapery panels and painting add soft layers of detail. Metallic vases and exotic succulents add pops of sheen and color.
Do you remember the dimensions of these columns?
Hello, gmk82. This house was built before I came on the scene, so I don't have a set of plans or dimensions on these columns. I wish I could be of more help. They are quite substantial so I would guess that they might be almost 20" square based on the size compared to the tile flooring. I wish you
Columns and curve arch in stone
Column examples with white arches between
this dining room is beautiful!! love the columns
“Arches” — kernbl
Lewis / Schoeplein architects
9 Reviews
Litlle Rock
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takes comfort in patterns. Use columns, and even beams, to create a sense of rhythm in an otherwise muted space. load bearing columns
Adding columns for design in basement
How to deal with support column - Use a row of columns to provide rhythm. The eye takes comfort
Modern style of columns and openness btw spaces
tile meets floor; columns and beams white on white
This is a cool way to address the column
Use a row of columns to provide rhythm. The eye takes comfort in patterns. Use columns, and even beams, to create a sense of rhythm in an otherwise muted space.
A small area of tile and columns are enough to define the foyer in this house.
Use a row of columns to provide rhythm. The eye takes comfort in patterns. Use columns, and even beams, to create a sense of rhythm in an otherwise muted space.
“floor transition wood to linoleum” — liliint
The Alhadeff Group
11 Reviews
Greenlake Addition
Ideabooks5,463
Questions6
use column to anchor an island
Single column at island and painted, exposed beams.
columns don't look to bad at all
Use a column to anchor an island
load bearing wall idea: Use a column to anchor an island. Consider using your column as a pivot point to which your built-in furniture, like your kitchen island, can
Use a column to anchor an island. Consider using your column as a pivot point to which your built-in furniture, like your kitchen island, can gravitate. Notice how the floor remains consistent, but the column, in combination with the similarly sized beams, marks the kitchen space.
“the column, in combination with the similarly sized beams, marks the kitchen space.” — loyd001
kimberly peck architect
Union Square Apartment
Ideabooks3,345
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the wall. the wall separating the kitchen from the living room was removed creating an open kitchen. the apartment has beautiful exposed cast iron columns original to the buildings 19th century structure.
a classical column in a contemporary setting: great contrast between styles.
Stairway and column use to separate a private area, perhaps the bedroom
juxtaposition of this column in this room
Create contrast between styles. Like with a classical column in a contemporary setting, as shown here.
I love the contrast between contemporary and traditional with the column
If a load bearing column is needed
Contrast of styles. Classic column in a contemporary setting.
Create contrast between styles. Like with a classical column in a contemporary setting, as shown here.
“Rail” — supertiol
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Modern Rooftop Garden
Ideabooks8,537
Questions12
looks so inviting. How did you attach the boxwood to the column? I have been looking at my ugly naked column on my covered patio for way too long. I have looked at the faux boxwood panels, but #1 don't know how I would attach them as my column is stucco, and #2 I am in Texas and am worried about fading
of plants are the living columns?
How do you attach the faux boxwood to stucco columns?
Do to the water restrictions of the building, we used faux boxwood plants to wrap the columns and in the planter boxes. Thanks.
Plants around columns is a good idea to hide them as well as create interest.
faux boxwood ivy on columns! love! could put under our deck.
“the lighting the round orbs” — pfletcher97
Office of Architecture
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks784
Questions3
Love the industrial look of the columns.
Love the industrial look of the columns. Jamie Klein
Columns (industrial accents are cool)
Industrial columns and hewn beam.
columns black...interior columns...Columns and beams...steel column/beam...beam and columns...flared columns...steel pipe columns...Metal columns...industrial columns...steel columns
“cream cabinets?” — marablum
Camens Architectural Group, LLC
9 Reviews
Architectural Columns frame the infinity pool view
Ideabooks6,859
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Architectural Columns frame the infinity pool view
The homeowner captured this spectacular view of the marsh. The Architectural Columns frame the vista at the infinity pool.
entrance - bold columns, beautiful floors, beautifully lit ceiling
Like the shorter base and columns that widens out when it meets the stonework.
This covered deck with architectural columns runs along the front of this home, forming an entryway flanked by sitting areas. It leads out to an infinity pool that overlooks a marsh. An absolutely stunning view!
5. This covered deck with architectural columns runs along the front of this home, forming
“Ohhh man. Yes” — James Simmons
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks15,377
Questions9
tell me what technique or material was used on the columns?
What is the material under the columns?
If you find out please let me know , I have a few large columns that I think this would suit.
Use the columns like you would a feature wall. Color them or clad them with a contrasting texture to add a splash in a room with minimalist decor.
load bearing wall.....: Create contrast between materials. Use the columns like you would a feature wall. Color them or clad them with a contrasting texture to add
Interior - stone work on columns
Create contrast between materials. Use the columns like you would a feature wall. Color them or clad them with a contrasting texture to add a splash in a room with minimalist decor.
“Use the columns like you would a feature wall. Color them or clad them with a contrasting texture to” — loyd001
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