406 invisible Traditional Home Design Photos

Gentleman's PubGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
one of the panels opens? The hardware you choose needs to be completely invisible. For this type of door take a look at this invisible hinge from Soss.
Hidden door and invisible hinge from Soss
Who would even guess one of the panels opens? The hardware you choose needs to be completely invisible. For this type of door take a look at this invisible hinge from Soss.
Wendi Young DesignWendi Young Design
out, they’ll be heading into a safe place, such as a fenced yard. Otherwise, screens are a great compromise. You can even find ones that are almost invisible.
Hillsdale ResidenceAdrian Smith
the wire is pretty invisible, fence is relatively light and airy
not much wood mainly invisible wire would need to be white
grillage invisible
Scotts CoveRock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by planting large hedges along one side — deer cannot jump as high if they must also
and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by planting large hedges along one side — deer cannot jump as high if they must also
Landmark BuildersLandmark Builders
detail above each of the large window groupings in this dining room conceal shades that can be lowered by remote control. When retracted they are invisible and let the architecture take precedence. Cost: Varies greatly. Here are some rough averages, including installation: • Shutters: $15 to $35 per
detail above each of the large window groupings in this dining room conceal shades that can be lowered by remote control. When retracted they are invisible and let the architecture take precedence.Cost: Varies greatly. Here are some rough averages, including installation: Shutters: $15 to $35 per square
Melrose KitchenLuciano Group
creates more working space, but also allows for better entertaining — when guests are over, the kitchen's mess can be hidden on the marble worktop, invisible from kitchen's entrance and the adjacent dining room.Cabinetry: Starmark; hardware: Restoration Hardware; refrigerator: Maytag
Larry E. Boerder Architects - HollowayInstitute of Classical Architecture & Art - Texas
Disguised: Window treatments can be more inconspicuous too. A monochromatic theme hides the motorized shades in the living room. The shades feel nearly invisible and let the large windows act as an architectural backdrop.Though the top shade in this bathroom is fixed, its finish blends into the coordinating
staircase, accessorized with two traditional portraits, leads to the second-floor bedrooms. Portraits: Marion and Silber; artwork above sofa: “An Invisible Thread” and “Your Day Will Go,” by Sugarboo Designs
Cozy CottageGatling Design
can really add character, and works brilliantly in an open-plan living space. The arrangement of books and ornaments in this unit makes the island ‘invisible’ from the seating area, preventing the kitchen from dominating the space.
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