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The Olivers House
Hey - Love the console in the photo. Anyone know where to find a comparable piece? Thanks
black/white theme ?? interesting unique/functional piece
cool piece of furniture with wire baskets
8. Edit your collectibles. Don’t hang on to a piece that just doesn’t fit. I don’t care if your
collectibles. Don’t hang on to a piece that just doesn’t fit. I don’t care if your great-aunt Sally gave it to you. If it’s not working for you, then find a new home for it (maybe in a different room). The unifying theme here is the use of black in the utilitarian pieces. The balance is almost perfect
Funky piece, but I like it
Edit your collectibles. Don’t hang on to a piece that just doesn’t fit. I don’t care if your great-aunt Sally gave it to you. If it’s not
Duffy Design Group
York Harbor Maine
Love this idea for unique entryway piece!!
Weathered piece as entry hallway table
Victorian factory? Or was it a set piece in a post-apocalyptic movie? This is a great example of opening your mind and your home to new/old possibilities.
Make a statement with one unique piece. This part from an antique French scale was transformed into a stunning piece of furniture with a simple board
3. Make a statement with one unique pieceThis part from an antique French scale was transformed into a stunning piece of furniture with a simple board across the top. An antique or reclaimed piece like this will show guests your creativity right off the bat.
mechanical devices, work pieces, valves, gears, tile and hardware are just a few of the nonstructural elements salvaged from old factories. Their robust construction makes for incredible, creative furnishing opportunities. Get this look: Salvaged industrial elements and old factory pieces look great when mixed
bought piece? If so could you tell me where and or the color stain
Hi Laurie we could reproduce this piece for you
No, I am not talking about the rule that says we mustn't put a big piece in a small room. Usually that rule is simply wrong. I am talking about our fourth tool: varying scale. See how this very large and lovely armoire, the single piece in this small area, is beautifully balanced by the petite picture
this piece. Creates a good balance
Scale is one of the most exciting ingredients in our design toolbox. No, I am not talking about the rule that says we mustn't put a big piece in
Add to existing symmetry. This large piece of furniture feels right at home nestled between the mimicking windows. The use of symmetry is softened by the collection of various baskets and the frame to the side.
Nina van de Goor's Home
unifies a colorful gallery of framed pieces of art. The consistent band of color will also add height and width to each piece, allowing your eye to focus on each individual piece of art.
Including some of your children's artwork with some of your favorite art pieces with give your home life and personality
Framed found pieces or childrens artwork to create an interesting display. Tip: Take the backs and glass out of frames and use only the wooden element to show off your favorite finds, too.
Singly, each piece may be benign, but a group comes together for a powerful effect.
incorporating children's art into a home is to place these works of art in with other collected images, giving equal weight to all of one's favorite pieces of art — children's and others.
Fractured Fairy Tales by Thomas Wold
I love this piece! How much is it?
I have a piece that I would like to recreate. Can you take someone's furniture piece and revamp it?
Storage idea instead of furniture pieces (modular?)
This is just a great collage of cabinetry and other pieces to form a wonderful wall unit.
perfectly measured custom cabinetry piece. It can be a quirky and eclectic piece, such as this furniture art by Thomas Wold. Imagine what you (or a creative carpenter) could build from parts and pieces of old dressers and credenzas — perhaps a colorful and organically grown piece of your own furniture art.Have
Start with a statementIf you have a favourite piece of furniture, think about turning it into a central feature of the room by modifying it. This works especially well for incorporating antique pieces into a modern design. Here, the striking sideboard has inspired an eclectic
P and P Marrakesh Hua Hin
furniture pieces throughout the room, so your eyes move up and down as you scan the space. Balance a large or tall item by placing another piece of similar height across the room from it (or use art to replicate the scale). Avoid putting two tall pieces next to each other
Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid
Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones. Try
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
the windows and the framed artwork to the coffee tables and vintage café sign. And the accent pieces reiterate the brilliant yellow of the room's focal-point chest. Road-test it: Choose a few fundamental pieces to anchor your space, and survey the architecture as well. Then consider which elements you
Large art piece with girly flower lights draped
In an eclectic space where nothing matches, would you expect to find a piece of art mounted precisely over the middle of a chest? Of course
One of my favorite things to do is set a bold accent piece in the brightest most popping color I can find. It is always fun to balance it with a more muted tone, in this case the shabbyish cafe sign. Not only
spraypaint a file cabinet a bright color for a furniture piece.
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
this was a vintage piece from reside in cambridge, ma
for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
combine straight & curved lines for contrast. Similarly, have a leggy piece next to a solid piece.
the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.
Have contrast, combine solid chair with a leggy side table and visa versa . If piece is curvy then add straight lined table etc
curved lines for contrast. If the furniture is modern and linear, throw in a round table for contrast. If the furniture is curvy, mix in an angular piece. Similarly, pair solids with voids: Combine a leggy chair with a solid side table, and a solid chair with a leggy table.