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Jensen Architects
Twin Flats Residence
Ideabooks576
Questions2
19. Bombo Bar Stool: This sculptural bar stool makes me smile, because it's kind of like an ice cream cone for you to perch atop like a scoop of ice cream. Oh, and yes, it also has mad
Love the carpet. Bombo Bar Stool: This sculptural bar stool makes me smile, because it's kind of like an ice cream cone for you to perch atop like a scoop of ice cream. Oh, and yes, it also has mad
19. Bombo Bar Stool: This sculptural bar stool makes me smile, because it's kind of like an ice cream cone for you to perch atop like a scoop of ice cream. Oh, and yes, it also has mad, super-luxurious Italian style.
“Add a bench like this to the end of the existing bench- so you could take it with you. Bench top in” — trist02
A. A. Luketic & Associates Inc.
Canton House
Ideabooks634
Questions3
enticing bathroom seen here, a garden seat is, again, just the right thing. In this case, juxtaposed against the fantastic soaking tub, it acts as a sculptural object. But it’s also like a patient and discreet butler (pardon my anthropomorphizing) waiting to hold your bathrobe or towel.
enticing bathroom seen here, a garden seat is, again, just the right thing. In this case, juxtaposed against the fantastic soaking tub, it acts as a sculptural object. But it’s also like a patient and discreet butler (pardon my anthropomorphizing) waiting to hold your bathrobe or towel.
“White bathtub beige tile” — jmohr
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks21,509
Questions14
Stainless steel counters borrow style from a commercial kitchen, while the tiny scale of the shiny metal backsplash tiles add sophistication. The sculptural piece recalls the found-object type of work one might spy in a Brooklyn Modern style home.
Wall sculpture
“Metallic backsplash” — kcb70115
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
The Entertainer
Ideabooks2,866
Questions4
simple, narrow dividing wall, which seemingly arises from the island, partially hides the cooking area and creates a stunning art wall. Notice how the sculpture niche is finished to match the cabinetry, creating the transition from kitchen to the living-dining area.
narrow dividing wall, which seemingly arises from the island, partially hides the cooking area and creates a stunning art wall. Notice how the sculpture niche is finished to match the cabinetry, creating the transition from kitchen to the living-dining area.
“use column as decoration” — Melissa Mamary
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
Ideabooks10,634
Questions22
is something spa-like about a space that features a big natural element made of wood or reminiscent of stone. Light paint and a large harmonious sculpture turns this room into a retreat.
The sculpture Window
“buddha” — Olga
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks5,574
Questions9
unicorn obsession? Add something a bit rough to contrast the light hues — try a beat-up leather chair, rustic wood table, hide rug or cool, sculptural lamp.
with a unicorn obsession? Add something a bit rough to contrast the light hues — try a beat-up leather chair, rustic wood table, hide rug or cool, sculptural lamp.
with a unicorn obsession? Add something a bit rough to contrast the light hues — try a beat-up leather chair, rustic wood table, hide rug or cool, sculptural lamp.
“Colors” — skiergirl11
Applegate Tran Interiors
12 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
Ideabooks6,371
Questions7
budget, consider having a custom display space designed for your prized collection. These built-in cubbies dramatically showcase the owner's exotic sculpture. Museum-like niches complete with accent lighting make a stunning feature wall.
spaces for sculpture
Nicely lit sculpture niches.
“wall niches” — utep
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Park Avenue Apartment
Ideabooks3,206
Questions8
10. Choose long-lasting, sculptural branches. Invest in one nice big (and I mean really big!) vessel for holding branches, and use it to hold a natural display that changes with the season. Plunk in some bare branches in winter and decorate with natural ornaments, then swap them out for apple or quince
“stools” — spyglass56
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