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Tom Stringer Design Partners
Hyde Park Renovation
I like the puzzle piece tables.
puzzle piece, would make great side table
Coffee table and puzzle piece tables
Puzzle piece end tables
Puzzle piece tables.
Puzzle piece tables...Puzzle piece stools...puzzle pieces chair
Jute Interior Design
Marina Living Room
love the art piece... can you help me find something like this
with art. Another great way to pull a room together is with a piece of art you love. The gorgeous pastel shades in your chosen painting or print can provide inspiration for picking pillows, rugs and more. Repeating the least used color in a piece of art somewhere else in the space is a tip pros often use
Once a family room–only piece, sectional sofas have now moved into the living room. They are so much more comfortable than Victorian settees.
Pick a color palette. Some people say you should pull your color palette from the flooring. Others recommend starting with a piece of art. I suggest starting
have your palette established, let the rest of the decor spring from that. Use neutral colors for investment pieces, like the sofa and dining table, and put the color in paint or accent pieces like pillows, lamps and art. That way you can change the color palette if you feel like it without spending a
My Living Room
This room is all about colour and how to make an eclectic mix of inherited and new pieces work together. The table is mid-century modern teak, the couch is new and the love seat was inherited. The sideboards were inherited from family and I updated them with a chocolate spray laquer and blue milk glass
glass handles. The lamps were a bargain find at HomeSense. And the artwork is a mix of prints and originals as well as a couple of inherited pieces. The inspiration for the colour scheme came from the Sumak area rug. Photo Credit: Dorin Greenwood
the largest piece of art. Center it in the middle or just off the middle, and then place the rest of the art around it in a way that pleases your eye. You can decide on a layout by laying the art on the floor until you find a solution that works or by cutting out the shape of each piece of art in brown
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pendant lights, they’re an art display space. Rustic pottery pieces by Laura Kirar are elevated by Plexiglas stands and bases and highlighted by pendant lamps. “We often have these kinds of stands made for artwork,” says Free. “Lifting the pieces up from the shelves a bit makes them stand out.” Artwork:
Love the balance so painstakingly done here. I think the mirrors are my favorite pieces in this space.
pendant lights, they’re an art display space. Rustic pottery pieces by Laura Kirar are elevated by Plexiglas stands and bases and highlighted by pendant lamps. “We often have these kinds of stands made for artwork,” says Free. “Lifting the pieces up from the shelves a bit makes them stand out.”Artwork: Miya
Cynthia Lynn Photography
Water Front in the Windy City
concept / used of mixed style pieces
Chaise LongueA chaise longue is a simpler approach to reclined seating, being a singular piece with no internal mechanisms. Although this chaise form gently follows the S-shaped curve of the spine, not all pieces are ergonomically focused. Lueder cautions using the word “ergonomic” to describe a particular
sitter actually uses the piece. For example, the primary problem with reclining seats is when our tasks require us to lean forward. “That’s why good ergonomists don’t call chairs ‘ergonomic’ unless it’s referencing the users who are sitting in it,” she says. As long as the piece is being used appropriately
Enviable Designs Inc.
toward “settling” the floral piece into the room. Aim for a mix of large-, medium- and small-scale prints in the room. In the room shown here, a medium-scale floral-print armchair is balanced by the small-scale graphic curtains and large-scale graphic rug. Other upholstered pieces in solid hues keeps things
toward ‘settling’ the floral piece into the room. Aim for a mix of large-, medium- and small-scale prints in the room. In the room shown here, a medium-scale floral-print armchair is balanced by the small-scale graphic curtains and large-scale graphic rug. Other upholstered pieces in solid hues keeps things
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
very modern and minimalist pieces of furniture.
Height and scale also play a big role in eclectic style. The designer lets the floor-to-ceiling windows, empire chandelier, piano and opulent molding take center stage here while furniture plays second fiddle. Hulking pieces not only would ruin the verdant
mirrors is that the mirror should be roughly two-thirds the width of the piece of furniture over which it hangs. The distance from the floor to the top of the mirror should be no less than 6 feet.
Dealing with big, dark pieces of furniture isn't easy. In this photo, the piano, firebox and tall wardrobe
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sterile. She wanted to create an environment that felt safe, inviting and bright. Whereas she used to have furnishings no one ever sat on, all the pieces in the new space would be used every day. Artwork in her old home was expensive and priceless, and I have to admit, more suited to a gallery than a
knew that stark white rooms weren’t going to work for her two children, but a mix-and-match approach that combined tailored furnishings with organic pieces like reclaimed wood tables and bright patterned pillows would work beautifully.The room shown here is a great example of a warm, modern space filled
lighting. Depending on the size of a space, I nearly always recommend both floor and table lighting. I love the mix of lighting in this room. Each piece is interesting in its own right and adds to the overall design. Lamps are an opportunity to add something extra to a space — whether it's shine, color