59 water spigot Transitional Dining Design Photos

SIR Development
6 Bumble Bee
Ideabooks1,141
Questions6
large photo of water - awesome idea!!
Water art...and color
Water art work...Water picture......water picture...wall n pik of water
“Ceiling” — julesmad
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Light & Classic
Ideabooks2,135
Questions7
d ceiling has the nearly smooth surface you would see on a still lake, while the backs of the vintage chairs and the rug pattern are like rippling water.Arctic Pear Chandelier: Ochre; Bubble Square Elbow Sconces: Siemon & Salazar; table: custom
Repeat water movement in furnishings
Succulent in water vases
“chandelier” — kaichurch
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks27,830
Questions47
me the idea for painting a close-up of the water with the horizon line way off in the distance and a very small landscape in the top once seventh of the canvas. The whole middle ground is sky reflection and the lower two sevenths is looking down into the water. It feels very peaceful with the muted colors
colors yet there is the dynamic of the flowing water that prevents from being static.
“Interesting way to do centerpiece.” — Kim Phillips
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Amy Aidinis Hirsch
Driftway
Ideabooks111
Questions2
The Tony Duquette Splashing Water Chandelier makes a huge splash and impact and is the focal point of the dining room. The use of two different grasscloths adds texture to the entire space. F. Schumacher Greek Key ceiling wallpaper in an ink blue adds geometry and a two dimensional effect, offset by
“Fun, visually appealing dining chairs for our dining room.” — acavoli
de[luxe] design studio
[project] lake wisconsin
Ideabooks1,919
Questions7
another big dash of fresh rustic style. It was custom made by a craftsman in Sauk City, Wisconsin. Subtle splashes of blues and greens accentuate the water views.“Lighting, in my opinion, is one of the most important elements to consider when designing any type of space,” Piskula says. For this home she
dining table adds another splash of fresh rustic style. It was custom made by a local craftsman. Subtle splashes of blues and greens accentuate the water views.‘Lighting, in my opinion, is one of the most important elements to consider when designing any type of space,’ Piskula says. For this home she
“Table” — amemat
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Hillgrove Project
Ideabooks6,621
Questions11
the warmth or coolness of the colors. If you love red but are hesitant about committing to an expensive piece (like an upholstered chair), test the waters by adding an art print, a few toss pillows or a vase, and see how your room feels with the addition.
the warmth or coolness of the colors. If you love red but are hesitant about committing to an expensive piece (like an upholstered chair), test the waters by adding an art print, a few toss pillows or a vase, and see how your room feels with the addition.How to decorate with red
“Beige con rojo” — giulianagermana
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
7 Reviews
Brooklyn Townhouse
Ideabooks146
Questions2
I think the legs are made in wood, since I can see the vains on them. Therefore they are not lacquered, but just painted with water based stain. Anyway, in case you would be interested, we can make this kind of table and even customize it in finishing and dimensions , according to
“Asztal” — pittilike
Martha O'Hara Interiors
87 Reviews
Meadow Road Residence Kitchen 6
Ideabooks796
Questions3
We just love these pink water glasses from Anthropologie!
“Curtains” — lukeandmax
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