55,778 porthole sconces Home Design Photos

Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Teak Powder Room
Ideabooks4,167
Questions8
Can you tell me where the wall sconces are from?
like the lighting, the Great porthole window, and how did they make the wood with white grout? Looks like a boat floor- like it in a lighter color
mirror and sconces...porthole sconces...porthole window
“window with mirror cover?” — Aden Parker
Rivertown Homes by Design
Van Singel Lake
Ideabooks738
Questions2
Barnlight Electric is a good source for industrial style sconces such as these.
wall colors, trim colors, floor, and porthole mirror
lightsBarnlight Electric is a good source for industrial style sconces such as these. similar ones at a home Depot
porthole mirrors, sconces, color
nautical, porthole bath theme
Nautical sconce/lights from Barnlight Electric
Sconce- Farmhouse
“Bathroom” — Debbie Dlouhy
Peter McDonald Architect
5 Reviews
Provincetown Beach House
Ideabooks3,000
Questions7
Where did the porthole mirror com from
I also saw one on Home Decorators website: http://www.homedecorators.com/P/Porthole_Wall_Mirror/270/
mirror w/sconces above - small bath downstairs
I like the paneling with the porthole mirror
I like porthole mirror idea and boat oars.
Porthole mirror, Phoenixx and Corinna bathroom
Porthole mirrors and bathrooms seem to go hand in hand. You can give a small space an entirely different feel just by using a slightly different type of mirror, like this one.
“The sink and panels.” — ssc7
Chip Webster Architecture
2 Reviews
Jetties House
Ideabooks6,268
Questions3
like the nautical feel & portholes
Portholes and built ins
These porthole-style windows are just what this bedroom needed to give it a nautical feel. The navy blue ceiling is pretty great, too.
Love the portholes...porthole window...porthole in beds
“paneled walls” — mineoyoung
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Blue Seas
Ideabooks1,880
Questions3
1930's house, extended and updated to form a wonderful marine home with a stylish beach style interior. Entrance with double doors in solid wood with portholes, tile floor with driftwood framed mirror. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle. www.colincadle.com
Who is the manufacturer of the porthole doors?
Hi, this door with the porthole windows was a bespoke front door made by a local carpenter. Apparently this little round window frames are available to buy in the UK. I don't know
The porthole door gives clue to what lies behind it.
The porthole windows shown here were a perfect addition to this beautifully remodeled 1930s beach house; they invite the morning sun in to brighten the sleek and comfy entryway.
“зеркало” — vladimir_44
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Provincetown Beach House
Ideabooks7,097
Questions10
Where did u get the mirror porthole from?
you can check our porthole mirrors here http://gonautical.com/portholes-c-2_77.html
I see several possibilities when I google "porthole mirror"......
Choose coastal kitWork your coastal notes in with practical additions to the room, such as this porthole mirror, then accessorise sparingly. The oars make a fun decoration, while paintings with a seaside theme break up the white scheme.
“Mirror!!!” — 311whisperpark
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks3,794
Questions6
Echelon Custom Homes took a nautical theme to the next level in this powder room. The porthole mirror, a marine-style sconce and map wallpaper are complemented by a life-preserver red vanity and towel.
making big style statements. Flaming red-orange mixes with a colorful map of islands, a porthole mirror and a marine light here.
“mirror” — John Popp
Norman Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Cape Cod
Ideabooks3,877
Questions8
door porthole found in antique shop
LOVE the brass PortHole on the door!!
door’s porthole from a nautical antiques shop
all of it...door with porthole, walls, sink, swinging doors, cabinets, nautical light fixture.
Schumacher. The homeowners found the door’s porthole in a nautical antiques shop, while Norman contributed the hand-hammered copper sink and the swinging doors.
Copper sink; round mirror; porthole window
In the powder room, stained alder paneling is paired with a paisley wall covering from Schumacher. The homeowners found the door’s porthole in a nautical antiques shop, while Norman contributed the hand-hammered copper sink and the swinging doors framed in gun shells — a winking tribute to a virile family
“shuttered cabinet” — randy1010
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