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Architecture and Interior Design
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Questions10
surround, the scale of the surround is driven by the size of the existing firebox. Code determines the allowable distance/ratio from the box to a flammable material such as this wood surround. If you send me an elevation drawing of your wall I would be happy to help you determine the best scale for your
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Consider the size of your coffee table. For a larger table, try creating various small vignettes, each different in scale, height and finish.
Properly scaled furniture: compared to the size of the room there is enough furniture. The room is large so it can withstand a good amount of furniture.
“Ogée au plafond” — danielveilleux26
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15 Reviews
Lilian Rice, Estate landscape, Rancho Santa Fe, courtyard, pavers
Ideabooks934
Questions0
Appropriate scale of architecture. Great stone work on site walls.
Nice scale
“rock walk” — natrperry
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
19 Reviews
Italian Theater panels.
Ideabooks1,660
Questions6
Scale if old art, newly designed
Expression of comtemporary classicism on an oversized scale. Great seating from Brueton . Use of mirrored panels on coffee table works to mimimize bulk and expand space.
Appropriated Baroque paintings & style
“Table” — Elma Goncalves
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Cole Valley Hillside
Ideabooks6,489
Questions2
There's a beefy feeling in the materials used for this outdoor dining room, but their proportion and scale feel completely appropriate for the setting. This is a relatively narrow space for a dining terrace, yet the narrowness is offset by the elongated proportions. First, you notice it in the wood retaining
retaining wall. Then the same wall proportions are used on the stone facade to partially enclose the raised platform. As for scale, the dining set nicely occupies its designated space — you wouldn't want anything smaller here.
“patio” — bencichy
Caitlin Wilson
Black + White Office
Ideabooks6,868
Questions7
If you'd said this out loud, I would have thought you were crazy, but it's so striking and appropriate here. The solid gold throw grounds the two patterns, and their large scales stand up to the very large scale of the script on the rug.
“Coffee table” — jmacdowell22
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks19,824
Questions3
Two special details make this grand lawn feel more intimate, appropriately scaled to the humans who stroll here. The first appears in the foreground where two deep planting beds are outlined by low boxwood hedging, mirroring
good scale
“Lush yard” — jodyindy
Peace Design
Staircase Fireplace
Ideabooks11,974
Questions5
walls, is a favorite amongst our specifications. We work with the entire team (architect, builder and client) on each project to select the most appropriate materials for the home based on the region and overall aesthetic.
The scale of the overall room is crucial to achieving the right 'feel' or balance of the space so you should consider this before duplicating exactly what you see here. This space is approximately 7'6" wide and the stairs themselves are approximately 3'9" wide. Good luck with your project!
“Nice fire” — David Brodeur
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
Ideabooks3,287
Questions4
The art work in the hallway is light using track lighting. I feel like this is an appropriate type of lighting for this space because the various lights can be adjusted to light the various paintings and if paintings are added or moved, the
2Scale Architects
“nice art display” — copperkitty
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