1,499 store display Rustic Home Design Photos

Silva Studios Architecture
8 Reviews
Blue House
Ideabooks1,649
Questions2
until you find the right mood. Remember that a very bright room can be relaxing only if it's natural light, otherwise you feel like you're in a store's window display.
“Dreaming...again.” — Sasha Sweet
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Buffalo Valley Residence
Ideabooks6,924
Questions3
This feels like a store display
space to store extra dishes/glasses/platters/bulky stuff, etc....
open, rustic and easy to store
Large walk in pantry to store everything
open shelving for storing plates and crystal
“Nice industrial shelves” — tippytoe
John Kraemer & Sons
35 Reviews
Luxurious Wine Room
Ideabooks11,118
Questions10
The ability to store and display magnums and larger bottles.
Like how they displayed bigger bottles
“Stone & iron” — endyap
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks8,426
Questions3
ore bottles. People dig them from old dump sites, old homestead sites, old fencelines...make a point to look for them @ flea markets, junk stores, antique stores.
ladder - what a neat way to display glassware in front of a window. Gonna do this in the store.
Bring a bare corner to life with a ladder display. Prop up a ladder and line the rungs with an assortment of colorful vintage bottles. Fill some with flowers or cut branches, and leave others empty
others empty to catch the light. Don't want to use bottles? Store and display pretty table linens on the rungs instead.
Accessorise with sparkling glassFlowers in the kitchen are a wonderful thing, but if you’re using your windowsill as a display space, make sure a sturdy vase isn’t standing between you
“Glass on a wooden ladder” — fahrenheit2008
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks1,982
Questions1
post! In this post there will be different watches collections. the watches have different structure and designs. thanks for posting. http://www.high5store.com/collectibles
duplicate items unifying color on display top
Restore the cool aqua blue clock and display it in the kitchen
Same idea, but use Dad's old wooden tools as the display
Display collections on top of dresser
Vintage clock display on top of cabinet
A large grouping of vintage table clocks on top of a cabinet makes an eye-catching display.
"I don't like things that are highly decorative," Lum says. "I like things that are highly mechanical." He displays his collection of old clocks (most of which don't function) atop a Ming Dynasty cabinet from
“Uaishshdidi” — Emad Al Fatly
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks925
Questions1
wall feature display in new lounge?
Lights inside display
Love the display storage wall
beautiful display shelves
Display cases feature in cupboards
DISPLAY CASES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
sculpture display with lighting
interesting display case
floating display 2...built-in display...display shelves
“The sink” — Claudia Alor-Rosales
Heather DeMoras
Trophy Room
Ideabooks3,048
Questions9
Can't believe you like killing animals and think it looks cool to display them, would have to be the worst room on houzz
interior designers/decorators and let them know how cool this room looks! I saw a lot of comments stating how it sickens people when others want to display animals in their trophy rooms, but perhaps they're forgetting about the fact that it is THEIR room. "Their" room entitles them to whatever they want
Perhaps it isn't everyone else's first preference, but it was evidently theirs. Secondly, their TROPHY room signifies that they look forward to displaying their trophies, and to them that's animals they (although I don't know entirely) probably worked hard to kill. Being a hunter myself, I'm sure no
“ceiling” — kaytie
Brad Moore Builders, LLC
Spring Branch Kitchen
Ideabooks2,894
Questions3
The bar came out of an old drug store.
Store Counters Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer
Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t
Store Counters Keep a lookout for these at antique and salvage stores. (Don’t worry; they’re hard to miss.) Because of their sheer size, they’re somewhat difficult to sell and may not cost as much as you might think. Look for one with interesting detailing on the “outside.” A carpenter can help fabricate
“island and pendants” — siobhanclare
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